Who Will Win the NCAA Championship 2014? Kentucky vs. UConn Free Pick

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Tyrone Black
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Who Will Win the NCAA Championship 2014? Kentucky vs. UConn Free Pick

While we were a little reluctant to actually offer a free pick on this year’s NCAA Championship game, Gambling911.com decided this AM to pull the trigger after carefully monitoring line movements.

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Our free pick will be on Kentucky as the -2.5 favorite.  The betting public is leaning slightly more towards Connecticut here.

Kentucky’s backcourt should have a tremendous size advantage over the UConn Huskies.

For us it’s all about the cover and Kentucky has only won its last four games by a total of 11 points, hence the reason there is some trepidation in betting the Wildcats.

This is Kentucky coach John Calipari's fourth Final Four appearance so the coaching edge definitely goes to the Wildcats.

The Wildcats beat Wisconsin by outrebounding them 32-27, which included 11 offensive rebounds compared to the Badgers' six.

Kentucky's freshmen scored 66 points Saturday night, the most by any group of first-year players in a Final Four game. 

Gambling911.com did win its Final Four pick Saturday, surprisingly with Wisconsin managing to cover the +1.5 spread against Kentucky.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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