The 2018 NCAA Tournament begins on Tuesday, March 13 with First Four action in Dayton, Ohio. There are two games on Tuesday and two games on Wednesday, March 14. The main action in March Madness begins on Thursday, March 15 with 16 games and continues on Friday, March 16 with 16 more games. The No. 1 seeds for the 2018 NCAA Tournament are Virginia, Villanova, Xavier and Kansas. The Villanova Wildcats are the favorite to win the title at odds of +500. The Wildcats won the title two years ago under head coach Jay Wright. Villanova led the country this season in points per game this season, averaging just over 87 points per contest.
The Virginia Cavaliers are the overall top seed for the 2018 NCAA Tournament, but they are not getting as much love from the oddsmakers, as they are the second choice in the betting at odds of +550. The Cavaliers finished the season at 28-2 and they are a great defensive team, allowing just 53 points per contest. The third team in terms of March Madness odds is Duke at odds of +600, while Michigan and Michigan State are next at odds of +800. Where are the other two top seeds, Xavier and Kansas you ask? They are not getting much respect, as Kansas is +1350, while Xavier is +2000. Not very many people are giving Xavier much of a chance, but the Musketeers do play in what could be considered the weakest of the four regions, the West.
When you look to fill out your March Madness bracket you should be picking one of the top seeds to win the title. If you look at the BPI Rankings, Virginia and Villanova are given the best chance of winning the title. There are five teams in the BPI rankings that are given at least a 10% chance of winning the title. Those five teams are Virginia, Villanova, Duke, Purdue and Cincinnati. No other team is given much of a chance if you look strictly at the percentages. That means some popular teams like Michigan, Michigan State and Kansas may not be good teams to pick in March Madness.
If you are looking for longshots to win the title then Purdue and Cincinnati are the top choices. Both are No. 2 seeds and each team is listed at odds of +1500 and +2000 respectively. If you want to get a little more value, then take a look at last year’s runner-up Gonzaga. They are listed with odds of +2500. They play in the West region where they are likely to face Xavier, thought by many people to be the most vulnerable No. 1 seed.
History has shown that teams seeded from No. 5 to No. 16 have very little chance to win the NCAA Tournament, so you may want to avoid picking a huge longshot to win the title. That does not mean those teams can’t pull off upsets along the way, but winning it all is too much to ask.
Thursday, March 15:
LIU/Radford vs. 1-Villanova
Preview: The No. 1 seed in the East Region, the Villanova Wildcats, are heavily favored to win their game on Thursday against either No. 16 LIU Brooklyn or No. 16 Radford on TNT. The Wildcats are the overall favorited to win the 2018 NCAA Tournament at odds of +500 and they are not expected to have any trouble on Thursday against the No. 16 seed. The Wildcats are the highest scoring team in college basketball, averaging just over 87 points per contest. Let’s look at this matchup and March Madness picks. Continue...
9-Alabama vs. 8-Virginia Tech
Preview: The Alabama Crimson Tide are back in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2012, and you can bet Avery Johnson and his staff are aiming higher than the first round exit suffered the last time around. In their way of advancing will be Buzz Williams’ Virginia Tech Hokies who will be making a return appearance in the dance after falling to Wisconsin in the opening round last season. This time around, linemakers installed them small favorites to advance. Continue...
SB/UCLA vs. 6-Florida
Preview: The No. 6 seed Florida Gators will get a tough test on Thursday night in the East Region, as they take on either the No. 11 St. Bonaventure Bonnies or No. 11 UCLA Bruins on tru TV. The Bonnies and Bruins played in a First Four game on Tuesday. The Gators won 20 games this season in the SEC, but they couldn’t get past Arkansas in the SEC Tournament. St. Bonaventure finished second in the Atlantic 10 this season, while UCLA finished tied for 3rd in the Pac-12. Let’s look at this No. 6 vs. No. 11 matchup and March Madness picks. Continue...
14-Stephen F. Austin vs. 3-Texas Tech
Preview: Stephen F. Austin has made it a habit of qualifying for the NCAA Tournament having done so four of the last five seasons by winning the Southland Conference Tournament. After a year hiatus, they’re back in the big show and get the benefit of playing their first round matchup in their own backyard. Unfortunately, the Texas Tech Red Raiders share that same backyard and Chris Beard’s kids will be amped to make only the second appearance for the program in the last decade. Continue...
Friday, March 16:
At San Diego
12-Murray State vs. 5-West Virginia
Preview: For the first time since 2012 the Murray State Racers have put on their dance shoes with a NCAA Tournament bid after winning the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament. Head coach Matt McMahon has jumpstarted a program that was a semi regular for the Big Dance from 1988 through 2012. For the West Virginia Mountaineers March Madness is an annual appointment on the calendar. Although they failed to emerge as a serious Big 12 Contender they are putting on their dance shoes for the fourth consecutive year. Murray State will face West Virginia in opening round action on Friday. Continue...
13-Marshall vs. 4-Wichita State
Preview: The No. 4 Wichita State Shockers are double-digit favorites on Friday afternoon, as they take on the No. 13 Marshall Thundering Herd in the NCAA Tournament. The Shockers will be making their seventh straight tourney appearance under head coach Gregg Marshall and this will be the second-highest seed the Shockers have ever had. On the other side, the Thundering Herd will be making their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 31 years. Let’s look at the game and March Madness picks. Continue...
10-Butler vs. 7-Arkansas
Preview: The Butler Bulldogs grabbed the attention of the college basketball world and gave every mid-major program hope that it could have a successful run a few years ago with consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament championship. They lost both times, but entering the tournament seeded fifth and eighth those years, the Bulldogs exceeded expectations. They haven’t been able to duplicate that success in the years since and they get a first-round matchup with the Arkansas Razorbacks. Continue...
15-Cal State-Fullerton vs. 2-Purdue
Preview: Don’t sleep on the Cal State Fullerton Titans, who won the Big West Tournament to earn their first trip to the NCAA Tournament in a decade. Conventional wisdom has the Purdue Boilermakers winning this first-round matchup in a landslide, but the Titans are a tested club that prevailed in several close games during the year and won’t be intimated by the bright lights of the Big Dance. NCAA betting lines will favor the Big Ten club, and rightfully so, since the Boilers finished near the top of the Big Ten standings. Continue...
Saturday, March 17:
LIU/Radford/Villanova vs. Alabama/Virginia Tech
Preview: Two years ago the Villanova Wildcats won it all, claiming the National Championship with a glorious run through the NCAA Tournament. This year’s club may be better. A late hiccup during the regular season cost the Cats the Big East regular season title, but they regrouped for a run through the conference tournament behind league MVP Jalen Brunson. The Alabama Crimson Tide have their own star in Collin Sexton and this will be an intense second-round matchup. Continue...
SB/UCLA/Florida vs. SFA/Texas Tech
Preview: The No.6 Florida Gators and No.3 Texas Tech Red Raiders are set to tip off on Saturday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament to see who will advance to the Sweet Sixteen. After missing the tournament in 2017 and getting knocked out early in 2016, the Red Raiders are ready to make some noise. As a four-seed last year, the Gators advanced to the Elite Eight. They’ve got a bit more recent NCAA Tournament success. Continue...
Sunday, March 18:
At San Diego
Murray State/West Virginia vs. Marshall/Wichita State
Preview: March Madness is one of the greatest sporting events that can be found anywhere due to its unpredictability of both games and story lines. That leads to one of the most interesting matchups taking place on Sunday. Both Marshall University and the University of West Virginia reside in the same state and separated by a three-hour drive. Marshall is near the Ohio border while UVA is near the Pennsylvania state line. Marshall has long held a “Little Brother” chip on its shoulder while West Virginia carries a bit of a superiority complex when compared to its cross-state cousins. Ironically enough the two teams will meet all the way across the country in San Diego, California for the right to advance to the Sweet Sixteen. Continue...
Butler/Arkansas vs. Cal State-Fullerton/Purdue
Preview: The second-seed Purdue Boilermakers showed no rust from their lengthy delay between games. They hadn’t played since losing the Big Ten title game nearly two weeks ago, but they weren’t about to let Fullerton pull off the upset. The Boilers got their legs under them and cruised to an easy win, outscoring the Titans by 17 in the second half once they got going to set up an all Indiana second-round matchup with the Butler Bulldogs for a trip to the Sweet 16. Continue...
Thursday, March 15:
12-Davidson vs. 5-Kentucky
Preview: The Wildcats meet up in a David versus Goliath type battle of the conferences with the 31st time SEC champion Kentucky Wildcats matching up with the Atlantic-10 champion Davidson Wildcats. It’s been 32-years since these programs met in the NCAA Tournament. Kentucky came up big then. Things could be closer in 2018, but the Wildcats out of the SEC still have the clear advantage. Kentucky looks over the slump that cause them to lose four straight a little over a month ago. Continue...
13-Buffalo vs. 4-Arizona
Preview: It is a difficult draw for the Buffalo Bulls who find themselves a No.13 seed matched up against the No.4 seeded Arizona Wildcats. No.13 seeds are 8-32 over the last 10-years. There’s a chance, but not a very good one for MAC champion. Buffalo was a 26-win and top-25 RPI team—tied for the 25th spot—but still manages to find itself in a very difficult situation. They have one of the nation’s most dangerous offenses, but will be out-manned down low and—save for a few glimpses in the MAC tournament—have shown inconsistency on defense from play-to-play. Continue...
11-Loyola-Chicago vs. 6-Miami
Preview: The Loyola Chicago Ramblers enter the NCAA Tournament amidst a 10-game win streak. If they were to increase it to 11 against the Miami Hurricanes in the South Region’s 11/6 match-up, the Ramblers would go on to log their first Big Dance win since 1985. Jim Larranaga’s kids have failed to cover their first round matchup each of the last two seasons, but will no doubt take the hardwood determined to make good this time around after getting throttled by Michigan State last year. If they don’t, they just might be the first victim of the best Cinderella story of this tourney. Continue...
14-Wright State vs. 3-Tennessee
Preview: The second game to tip-off in the 2018 NCAA Tournament will go down in Big D where the runners-up in both the regular season and SEC Tournament will look to advance into the second round. The Tennessee Volunteers are the second highest favored No. 3 seed behind only the Michigan State Spartans. The Wright State Raiders punched their ticket to the madness by winning the Horizon League Tournament. This is their first March appearance dating back to 2007 when it was rudely bounced by PITT as double-digit underdogs. Continue...
Friday, March 16:
16-UMBC vs. 1-Virginia
Preview: In the opening round of the NCAA Tournament, the No.1 overall seeded Virginia Cavaliers matchup against the token reprehensive of the American East Conference, No.16 seed UMBC Retrievers. While the South Region is anything but a clear road to the Final Four for Virginia, the first round is the exception. To earn this light opening round brush up rehearsal, the Cavs have set a school record with 30-wins, losing just twice behind the nation’s strongest defense and—perhaps—deepest backcourt. Continue...
9-Kansas State vs. 8-Creighton
Preview: Always tough top pick, the 8-9 matchup in the South Region looks to be particularly difficult to navigate. The Kansas State Wildcats fell flat in the Big -12 tournament against Kansas, but they played without their two top scorers. The roster is full again heading into the NCAA Tournament, but the No.8 Creighton Bluejays provide an interesting challenge with a up-tempo style of play and deep backcourt complete with a familiar face to Wildcat fans: Kansas State transfer Khyri Thomas. Continue...
10-Texas vs. 7-Nevada
Preview: Known more as a football school, the Texas Longhorns have done pretty well for themselves on the basketball court. And after a disappointing last season that saw them win 11 games, the Horns are back dancing for the 18th time in the last 20 seasons. Their first March Madness opponent has become a powerhouse out west as the Nevada Wolf Pack won the Mountain West regular season title and 27 games during the season. Continue...
15-Georgia State vs. 2-Cincinnati
Preview: The best thing about the Georgia State Panthers reaching the NCAA Tournament is that we get a week of coach Ron Hunter sound bites. Unfortunately, that’s all we are going to get. The Panthers earned the automatic bid by winning the Sun Belt Conference title and will face the Cincinnati Bearcats in the opening-round matchup. Cincy used its stellar defense to claim the AAC title and has a good chance of advancing if it plays like it did last week. Continue...
Saturday, March 17:
Davidson/Kentucky vs. Buffalo/Arizona
Preview: One Wildcats squad down, another to go for the No.13 Buffalo Bulls squad fresh off their upset of No.4 seed Arizona. Next up is the No.5 seed Kentucky Wildcats who may be a lower seed than their prior opponent, but a team that’s proven year-after-year that they’re more than comfortable in the NCAA Tournament. Plus, after beating Arizona, Buffalo no longer goes under the radar. Can this Bulls team be the Cinderella Story of the 2018 tourney? A 13-seed in the Sweet Sixteen would be just that. Continue...
Loyola-Chicago/Miami vs. Wright State/Tennessee
Preview: When other teams struggled in supposedly lopsided matchups, the No.3 seed Tennessee Volunteers blew through Wright State with little challenge. The defense-first Raiders held the Vols to 73-points, but the offense couldn’t compete, leading to a 26-point blowout. Facing Tennessee in the Round-of-32 on Saturday is another defensive-minded squad, the No.11 Loyola-Chicago Ramblers. It’s another double-digit seed for the Vols, but this one is a bit better offensively and will be confident after their upset over higher-ranked Miami squad. Continue...
Sunday, March 18:
UMBC/Virginia vs. Kansas State/Creighton
Preview: Whether it’s miracles, luck and the power of pure will and determination: here’s to history. The UMBC Retrievers have already made NCAA Tournament history while busting every bracket in the process. By upsetting the No.1 overall seeded Virginia Cavaliers, the Retrievers find themselves moving on, now lined up to face the Kansas State Wildcats. Can UMBC’s luck and hot hand carry into Sunday? Just how long and Retriever fever last? Continue...
Texas/Nevada vs. Georgia State/Cincinnati
Thursday, March 15:
16-Penn at 1-Kansas
Preview: A No. 16 seed has never beaten a No. 1 seed since the expansion of the NCAA Tournament. The Pennsylvania Quakers are back in the Big Dance for the first time since 2006, and Sam Donahue’s kids will enter this tilt confident after ousting Harvard in the Ivy League Tournament title game. However, the Kansas Jayhawks are a No. 1 seed for a third straight season and enter the Big Dance off their historic 14th straight Big 12 regular season title. That hasn’t stopped the betting public from hitting the Quakers in early betting. Continue...
9-N.C. State at 8-Seton Hall
Preview: Both the NC State Wolfpack and Seton Hall Pirates suffered early exits from their respective conference tournaments. Luckily for both head caches, their kids will be rested both mentally and physically for yet another 8/9 matchup that once again looks like a coin flip on paper. Both teams rebound the heck out of the basketball and run efficiently at both ends of the court, but one does both better and should advance to the next round. Continue...
10-Oklahoma vs. 7-Rhode Island
Preview: Let’s face it, the Oklahoma Sooners likely didn’t deserve a slot in the Field of 64. Not if you go by their recent body of work. However, the selection committee also looks at the past and puts a huge emphasis on conference as well as schedule strength. Boomer Sooner shined in both areas. The Rhode Island Rams bring with them an experienced group, but they’ve faltered down the stretch dropping three of their last five games ( 1-4 ATS ) and could be ripe for a quick exit. Continue...
15-Iona vs. 2-Duke
Preview: The Iona Gaels have qualified for the NCAA Tournament in three straight seasons. The previous two saw them get bounced in the opening round against Iowa State and Oregon respectively. The same demise is likely to occur on Thursday afternoon when Tim Cluess’ kids run up against the Midwest Region’s No. 2 seeded Duke Blue Devils. It’s been a couple seasons since Coach K’s squad made a deep run in the tournament. They’re one of the heavy favorites to cut the nets down this time around, and shouldn’t have much of an issue disposing of this lesser opponent. Continue...
Friday, March 16:
At San Diego
12-New Mexico State vs. 5-Clemson
Preview: Quietly working in the Western Athletic Conference, the New Mexico State Aggies are often overlooked by gamblers betting the NCAAB basketball lines. It would likely surprise many to discover that New Mexico State has been a regular at the Big Dance with eight tournament bids since 2007 including six invites in the last seven years. Equally surprising is that the Clemson Tigers are also no stranger to March Madness betting. Clemson is putting on its dance shoes for the fifth time since 2008. Despite being from a football crazed school they have demonstrated solid ability on the hardwood. Clemson faces New Mexico State on Friday in first round action from San Diego. Continue...
13-College of Charleston vs. 4-Auburn
Preview: Bruce Pearl has pulled off one of the greatest college basketball coaching jobs in recent memory. Pearl took over a loser of a program at a football crazed school and turned it into a winner with a passionate fan base. With a high tempo and entertaining style of play Auburn drew plenty of NCAA betting action this year. Just as impressive is the work that Earl Grant has done as head coach of the Charleston Cougars. In his fourth season at the helm he has the program in its first NCAA Tournament bid since 1999. Charleston takes on Auburn in first round action from San Diego on Friday. Continue...
ASU/Cuse vs. 6-TCU
Preview: The Syracuse Orange were the last team into the NCAA Tournament and many felt they weren’t deserving of an invitation. They proved their doubters wrong in the First Four, knocking off Arizona State to advance for a date with the TCU Horned Frogs in the first round. Maybe we shouldn’t doubt Jim Boeheim and his Orange. They advanced to the Final Four two years ago when entering the dance as a 10-seed and some felt they shouldn’t have been in the tournament then. Continue...
14-Bucknell vs. 3-Michigan State
Preview: With 18 wins in their last 19 games, the Bucknell Bison might be the hottest team in the country entering the NCAA Tournament. However, that means little to the Michigan State Spartans, who many feel have the talent to make a trip to the Final Four. And just in case Sparty needs some added motivation for their March Madness run, they feel slighted by the selection committee for giving them a No.3 seed based on their strength of record. Continue...
Saturday, March 17:
Penn/Kansas vs. N.C. State/Seton Hall
Preview: After an offensively clinic on Thursday, the Seton Hall Pirates now have the grueling task of knocking off the No.1 seed in the Midwest region, the Kansas Jayhawks. Kanas cruised to victory in the first round while the Pirates shot their way to the Round-of-32. The two programs are now set to meet on Saturday for the first time since 2001 when most of the players in this game were mere toddlers. Continue...
Oklahoma/Rhode Island vs. Iona/Duke
Preview: It wasn’t really an upset considering the Rhode Island Rams were a higher seed, but they overcame the heroics of Trae Young and advanced to the second round with an overtime win over Oklahoma. Next up is a showdown with the mighty Duke Blue Devils, who have an imposing front with Marvin Bagley III and Wendell Carter Jr. Combined those two have nearly 14 feet of talent that will make it difficult for the Rams to advance. Continue...
Sunday, March 18:
At San Diego
New Mexico State/Clemson vs. Charleston/Auburn
Preview: Clemson vs. Auburn immediately brings to mind powerhouse championship football. Yet college basketball glory beckons for both schools as they have advanced to the round of 32. Despite both teams being named “Tigers” they could not be more opposite. The Auburn Tigers are flashy, exciting and emphasize a high tempo offense. The Clemson Tigers are rugged and plodding with defense being their ticket to success with the NCAA Basketball lines. While Auburn has a showman coach in Bruce Pearl, Clemson is led by the anonymous Brad Brownell. Auburn and Clemson meet on Sunday in San Diego with the winner advancing to the Sweet Sixteen! Continue...
ASU/Cuse/TCU vs. Bucknell/Michigan State
Thursday, March 15:
12-South Dakota State vs. 5-Ohio State
Preview: The No.12 seed South Dakota State Jackrabbits make their fourth NCAA Tournament appearance, still looking for their first win. They match up against the No.5 seed Ohio State Buckeyes. The Jackrabbits were a No.16 seed in 2017 with no real path forward. Now, they’ve got a chance for an opening-round upset is the game turns into a shootout. South Dakota State is surging into the tourney while Ohio State was, more or less, backing its way into the field. Continue...
13-UNC-Greensboro vs. 4-Gonzaga
Preview: The Gonzaga Bulldogs have some unfinished business in the NCAA Tournament following a Final Four appearance last year that was a few plays—and calls—away from being a title-winning team. Now, a year later, the Bulldogs must make the run through March Madness all over again, starting with the UNC Greensboro Spartans. It’s almost not fair to the Spartans that they match up against such a difficult four-seed in their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 17-years. Continue...
11-San Diego State vs. 6-Houston
Preview: The selection committee does this to college basketball fans every year! It matches up two teams many fans of the sport looked to ride to a deep run in the conference tournament. Last year it was Iowa State and Nevada as well as Michigan and Oklahoma State. This year, it’s the San Diego State Aztecs and Houston Cougars with each coming off trips to the title game of their respective conferences. This matchup is sure to deliver with Trey Kell and Rob Gray two of the more exciting players to take to the hardwood in this tournament. Continue...
14-Montana vs. 3-Michigan
Preview: Winners of nine straight which included a perfect run to the title in the Big Ten Tournament title game, the Michigan Wolverines invade Wichita with the hope that the extra lay-off doesn’t kill the mojo established over the last couple weeks. Back in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2013, the Montana Grizzlies have the makeup to give anyone a battle. However, the streaking Wolverines are likely one of the last teams Travis DeCuire and his kids wanted to see on the docket. Continue...
Friday, March 16:
NCC/TS vs. 1-Xavier
9-Florida State at 8-Missouri
Preview: The Missouri Tigers stumbled down the stretch and caught a break from the committee by getting an at-large bid. It’s hard to make a case for the Tigers being a better team than USC or St. Mary’s, but I guess playing in the SEC has its privileges. And then walking away with a No. 8 seed is even more puzzling. The Florida State Seminoles were just a .500 team in ACC play, and they also benefitted from being in a tough conference, so at least they have that in common. Continue...
10-Providence vs. 7-Texas A&M
Preview: Battling for the likely honor of facing the defending champion UNC Tar Heels, the Texas A&M Aggies and Providence Friars meet on the hardwood on Friday afternoon. The Friars battled through the Big East and held their own against top-tier teams in Villanova and Xavier. This is a tested team who will have yet another test against an Aggies squad that went 9-4 in SEC play after its rough 0-5 start, before ultimately fumbling in the SEC tournament against the Crimson Tide of Alabama. Texas A&M will try and rebound while Providence will look to keep the strong play rolling in search of an upset. Continue...
15-Lipscomb vs. 2-North Carolina
Saturday, March 17:
South Dakota State/Ohio State vs. UNC-Greensboro/Gonzaga
San Diego State/Houston vs. Montana/Michigan
Sunday, March 18:
NCC/TS/Xavier vs. Florida State/Missouri
Preview: The path to the Sweet 16 looks wide open for the Xavier Musketeers. A questionable No. 1 seed, the Big East regular season champs ran past Texas Southern with an impressive offensive output, though the rest of the game was hard to watch at times. And reducing the game to a foul-fest with constant stoppages might be the only way the Florida State Seminoles can slow down the Musketeers. It didn’t work for the Tigers, but FSU is bit better than the SWAC Champions. Continue...
Providence/Texas A&M vs. Lipscomb/North Carolina
Preview: Putting their SEC tournament struggles behind them, the No.7-seed Texas A&M Aggies were favored and took care of business in their tournament opener against Providence, beating the Friars 73-69 after Providence made a late push. Able to stave the Friars off enough, the Aggies now turn their attention to a bigger challenge, the defending NCAA Tournament champion North Carolina Tar Heels, the two-seed in the West Region. UNC should advance to the Sweet Sixteen, but can Texas A&M get the upset? Continue...
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