Survive and Advance isn’t always good enough for college basketball investors. The more appropriate mantra would be Survive, Cover and Advance. The Bubble Watch is on entering today’s college basketball conference tournament action. Furthermore nearly every team on the bubble that hasn’t already lost in its league tournament was or is approaching Thursday’s action. Big game are plentiful tonight. William Hill updated 2019 Big Dance Future Odds and Trends.
Alabama squares off against Mississippi at 7 p.m. ET in SEC Tournament second round action. The Tide have a pair of Quad 1 victories this season. The two wins came at home over Kentucky and Mississippi State.
Arizona State and UCLA are here in Las Vegas and tipoff is scheduled for 9 p.m. ET in Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinals. One can’t be blamed for shaking their your head when discussing the Pac-12 season. It isn’t a stretch to believe that the conference could have just one-school in the Big Dance. The Sun Devils are the one power conference team that isn’t benefiting from the new NCAA selection committee grading system, the NET.
Oregon is playing well enough to win the Pac 12 Conference Tourney and earn an automatic bid.
Seton Hall faces Big East rival Georgetown at 9:30 p.m. ET in the quarterfinals. The Pirates earned important home wins over the top two teams in the Big East, Villanova and Marquette. While Georgetown is on the outside looking in and needs a win tonight to be a part of the national championship tournament.
Texas desperately needs to upset injury riddled Kansas at the Sprint Center tonight and avoid the hope that a 16-16 team can earn an at-large.
Below is a chart showing the updated Men’s College Basketball future odds and trends to win the 2018-19 National Championship at William Hill for select teams (by odds to win). The Duke Blue Devils are the favorites (11/5) at William Hill to cut down the nets on Monday, April 8, 2019. Also, below is a chart showing the most notably bet future bets at our 100+ William Hill Sports Books across America (Nevada, New Jersey & West Virginia)
William Hill updated 2019 Big Dance Future Odds and Trends