Today we take a look and a brief preview of the last leg of the “Big Dance” of March Madness, the “Final Four 2010” coming to us soon on April 3rd from Indianapolis, Indiana. Let us first take a look at what took place in the “March Madness” to this point! So far it has been a tournament to remember with such Titans as Kansas, Villanove, Georgetown and Vanderbilt all loosing before the first weekend was over.
The first round underdogs Ohio pounding Georgetown, Murray State eliminating Vanderbilt, and then eight more upsets followed. The Cinderella’s in Cornell, Washington, St. Mary’s, and Northern Iowa made it to the “Sweet Sixteen” and had conquered two higher seeds apiece. However, the Sweet 16 was the final story for the “Cinderella” teams as Cornell and Washington who had tough defeats to Kentucky and West Virginia, with the magical runs of St. Mary’s and Northern Iowa ended when Baylor and Michigan State eliminated them. A tight-knit group of guys in Tennessee did the unthinkable reaching the Elite Eight.
Some thought they would lose in the first round, but the Volunteers were just one jump shot away from reaching the Final Four teams. With all the underdog talk and that of Cinderella teams we ask ourselves and the sports fans what they expect of the upcoming NCCA betting and NCAA lines and odds that they can see visiting SBGGlobal.com.
A look at the Final Four 2010! In the First Game we Michigan State who held off a furious rallies and rallied themselves from halftime deficits in their last two games to ensure a second straight trip to the Final Four 2010. Their opponent Butler has faced four high-scoring tournament teams all averaging more than 75 points per game in UTEP. Murray State, Syracuse and Kansas State. They, the Butler Bulldogs are the only Division 1 men team to not lose a game this year. They shoot for their 25th win in a row against the Spartans who have won their last two games without Star Kalin Lucas. Here it’s Michigan State Spartans vs. Butler Bulldogs at 6:00 PM. The NCAA Betting and NCAA odds in this game, which might determine the Tournament Champ are available at SBGGlobal.com one of the World’s Most Respected Sportsbooks!
In the Second Game we have West Virginia who has climbed an uphill battle twice as they erased half time leads to reach Indianapolis; they have won ugly in turnover filled games. If West Virginia is able to keep another opponent to fewer than 40 percent from the field, they could win a fifth straight tournament game with their next opponent being Duke. Duke with the win over Baylor they improved to 11-1 in Regional finals since 1985. Duke’s dominance on rebounds is why they have won even when shots have not fallen. So it’s West Virginia vs. Duke at 8:45 PM. For sure this game will bring very interesting NCAA betting and NCAA odds for sports fans and fanatics. All four teams who’ve booked a trip to the Final Four 2010 in Indianapolis play exceptional defense. Three more games will determine who wins the 2010 NCAA Tournament Championship.