William Hill March Madness Propositions Odds

March Madness is in the throws of big shots and slam dunks. And “The Dance” is finally underway. While investing into specific games, parlaying and even teasing is popular, what is most fun is cherry picking the college basketball championship propositions.  William Hill March Madness Propositions Odds.

Upsets are nothing new in college basketball. And those executed in the championship tourney are emphasized and replayed over the years.

Below is an outline of a number of No. 2 seeds previously outlined by The Finn Factor in William Hill Upset Alert article.

Big Dance Historic No. 15 Upsets

No. 15 Norfolk State defeats No. 2 Missouri (86-84)
March 16, 2012

Norfolk State went on to advance to the second round

No. 15 Richmond defeats No. 2 Syracuse (73-69)
March 14, 1991

The Spiders were making their fifth appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Syracuse was making its ninth in a row under Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim. The Orange received a mere three points from its bench.

No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast defeats No. 2 Georgetown (78-68)
March 22, 2013

Florida Gulf Coast defeated Georgetown and No. 7 seed San Diego as a 15 seed in the 2013 event.

No. 15 Santa Clara defeats No. 2 Arizona (64-61)
March 18, 1993

When Steve Nash is your point guard you should never be higher, or lesser, depending on how you look at it, than an No. 8 seed. NBA Hall of Fame Nash actually came off the bench for Santa Clara in this upset victory.

No. 15 Lehigh defeats No. 2 Duke (75-70)
March 16, 2012

The “Dance” upset in 2012. Duke sported eight future NBA players on the 2012 team. Lehigh had one NBA’er, C.J. McCollum, who scored 30 points in the bracket death of the Blue Devils.

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William Hill March Madness Propositions Odds

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