All the talk coming from NCAA basketball lines experts during the regular season college basketball betting action was how great the Big East was, how dominant the Big East was, how the Big East teams would flood the NCAA basketball brackets and every the wild possibility of an all Big East Final Four odds competition.
Well, March Madness betting action has arrived and the only talk about the Big East has been how awful they were in the NCAA basketball lines competition thus far in the tournament and how they busted everybody’s NCAA basketball bracket.
But two conferences that have lived up to expectations and then sum in the NCAA basketball betting competition are the SEC and the Big 12. The Elite Eight is actually awfully balanced in its college basketball betting conference representation with the aforementioned conferences the only ones with more than one team to advance that far in the NCAA basketball brackets.
Picked to finish 10th out of 12 teams in the basketball betting action by coaches and NCAA basketball lines experts Baylor has silenced its critics with its excellent results in the NCAA odds competition and most recently humiliated St Mary’s by a ridiculous margin in the Sweet 16 betting action. The other Big 12 team to make it deep into the NCAA tournament betting action is Kansas State, a tough team, with excellent guard play.
The SEC sent the regular season and tournament champ, Kentucky, a favorite among NCAA odds makers to win the college basketball betting tournament. Fellow SEC team Tennessee, a bit of a Cinderella story also looks as though it’s got a great shot reaching the Final Four betting action.
For all the hype the Big East did have one team to make the Elite Eight betting action but it was hardly the team that basketball betting experts expected. West Virginia is last remaining Big East team alive in the basketball betting lines, but it looks almost unbeatable.