Wildcats aim to avenge 2014 Championship loss
So close and yet so far. That was the mantra for the John Calipari led Kentucky Wildcats last year as they dropped a 60-54 decision to the Connecticut Huskies in the 2014 NCAAB Championship. Kentucky has not lost a game since though as they rolled through their regular season with a perfect 34-0 record. The Wildcats entered last year’s tournament as a #8 seed – this year they own the top overall slot. If they don’t let all the “Perfect Season” chatter cloud their collective minds – the Cats have a solid shot at attending the Final Dance at Lucas Oil Stadium on April 6, 2015.
Villanova, Duke and Wisconsin positioned as the other three #1 seeds
Villanova went 32-2 overall (16-2 Big East) and the Wildcats blew out Xavier 69-52 in the Big East Championship game. Always a powerhouse, Duke posted a 29-4 record (15-3 ACC) but the Blue Devils lost 74-64 to Notre Dame in the semifinal of the ACC Championship. Wisconsin, who may have to knock off Kentucky to earn a title game shot, was 31-3 overall (16-2 Big Ten) and the Badgers mauled Michigan State 80-69 to claim the Big Ten Title. We like what Wisconsin brings to the Dance.
March Madness Championship Prediction: Bucking the NCAAB official rankings, TopBet bookmakers have moved Wisconsin into the #2 overall seed while Duke retains the #3 seed and Villanova drops down to the #4 seed. While one has to respect Kentucky, Wisconsin deserves their due as well. The Badgers were first in the Nation with a ridiculously low 12% turnover rate this season. Although they have been playing a more up tempo on offense this season, Wisconsin certainly knows how to milk the 35-second clock as well. We are backing the Badgers with a 200 unit wager at on the NCAA March Madness Championship odds posted on the big board at the TopBet sportsbook.
March Madness 2015 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship Odds
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Four teams vying for their spot in the 56th SuperBowl next month all go head-to-head this weekend in a huge conference finals weekend in the NFL.
In the AFC we'll see the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, while in the NFC it'll be the San Francisco 49ers going up against the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium.
We'll take a look at the match-ups and pick out the best betting tips from each game as well as making our picks for who we'll see at the SuperBowl and whose road to Inglewood, California ends now.
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After a dominant Wildcard weekend win over Dallas, the San Francisco 49ers take a trip to face off against the Green Bay Packers for the right to feature in the NFC Championship game.
There the winner will take on the winner of the other semi-final, between the defending champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Rams after they both survived the Wildcard weekend too.
We'll take a look at the best betting picks for these two games and see if we can earn you some extra cash this weekend.