State Of Michigan: Enters two tournament high seeds
It’s fitting that the 2013 edition of March Madness has it’s first tip-off taking place in the State of Michigan. The Michigan State Spartans are positioned as the #3 seed in the Midwest Region while the Michigan Wolverines are the #4 seed in the South Region. The Spartans get Valparaiso University when the Crusaders, a darkshirt to avoid in Round One, invade the Palace of Auburn Hills today. After #15 Ohio State defeated the Wolverines 56-53 on January 13, 2013, the Maize and Blue began to take a hit in their tournament ranking. Michigan gets the #13 South Dakota State Jackrabbits in the first round on Thursday – rabbit stew anyone?
March Madness Final Four Betting Odds and Fearless Predictions
Michigan State is posted with +600 odds in the Midwest Region but we like Louisville at +115. Michigan gets a +600 line in the South Region and we’ll back them over Georgetown. In the East Region we like Miami FL at +300 to knock off Indiana and we’ll take Ohio State at +330 as the West Region Final Four rep. We’ll also be dropping a small “fun money” wager on the Michigan Wolverines to capture the 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship with the very rich +2400 futures odds at 5Dimes. These lines, and more are available around the clock at 5dimes.eu and the numbers will change as the Madness of March moves into April.
From all of us at Online Sports Betting: May the Bracketology Forces be with you!
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