Today as the “Big Dance” as March Madness it is known in the Collegiate theme of things starts; we sometimes have a tendency to overlook the fact that the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament also begins! The Women’s conference tournaments have been completed and the 64 teams have been announced and their brackets set. The final question remains: “Can anyone beat Connecticut? As it is 48 teams can avoid that question until the Final Four in San Antonio. The NCAA Betting and the basketball betting lines will be available for this tournament at SBGGlobal.com starting with the kickoff game on Saturday, Mar.20.
There are quiet rumors that certain sports books (where they are legal) will give prospective bettors ten-to-one odds if they bet on the field instead of on Connecticut, and that remains to be seen. All Connecticut has been able to accomplish is to compile a 72 game winning streak, tearing apart some of the best women’s programs in the country in doing so. All of their victories have been by double digit scores including a 28 point victory over 6th ranked West Virginia in last week’s 2010 Big East Championship game. Let’s see how Connecticut strength will affect the NCAA Betting and basketball betting lines and odds coming for this Saturday.
Otherwise, Stanford remains a solid ranked number-two in the country, fresh off a successful dance through the PAC-10 Tournament. We were surprised that Nebraska lost to Texas A&M in the Big-12 Semifinals, only weeks after the Huskers defeated the A&M Aggies 71-60 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Tennessee has not played a game in over a week, but don’t expect Coach Pat Summit to let her ladies relax. Mid-major conferences are well represented in the tournament and don’t be surprised with early upsets that are normal. Don’t expect the big upset, at least until the semifinals when UConn could be facing Tennessee. So get an early start fans and sports fanatics and stay tuned with SBGGlobal.com for the latest of NCAA Betting and Basketball betting lines and odds always on the update!
In this exciting Women’s NCAA Tournament and the fantastic game forthcoming, there are about six questions we must ask? Can anyone give UConn a game? Will Tennesse redeem itself? Is Nebraska for Real? Can Brittany Grine redeem herself and lead Baylor to a deep tournament run? Can Oklahoma State win without its star Andrea Riley? And last but not least, Can Stanford earns another shot at UConn? The answers we will have to get from the outcome of the upcoming games and the same questions will more than likely reflect on the NCAA basketball and March Madness betting lines at SBGGlobal.com and until we reach the finals enjoy the games, unless you’re facing the UConn Huskies.