No. 10 Miami vs. No. 1 Kansas (-250)
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Miami’s good, but Kansas is better. The Jayhawks are the only No. 1 seed remaining in the men’s tournament AND hold the only All-American left (Ochai Agbaji). Sixth Man Remy Martin is also firing off the bench (averaging 19.3 points per game in 25.6 minutes in the tourney).
We doubt the Canes will be able to sneak by this team, and ranking 311th in the nation in defensive rebounds doesn’t give us any sort of confidence.
No. 2 Texas vs. No. 1 Stanford (-285)
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We’re totally ignoring the fact that the Longhorns already beat the Cardinal because that was the regular season. The reigning NCAA champs are back on their BS with three double-digit scorers in the trio of Cameron Brink, Lexie Hull and Haley Jones, who nearly had a triple-double with 17 points, 10 rebounds and six assists against Maryland.
Texas will be a tough match, but the Tree just looks too tough to defend.
No. 8 UNC vs. No. 15 St. Peter’s (-400)
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Soooo, fancy seeing you here again, rebounds. North Carolina is a rebounding MACHINE and a MONSTER from the outside with 34 threes made through three tourney matchups.
Are we, “Feeling The Love (tonight)”? Sweet 16 hero Caleb Love was an absolute legend scoring 27 points in the second half of the win over UCLA. With two-time All-ACC big man Armando Bacot by his side, this Heel team is destined for the Final 4.
No. 10 Creighton vs. No. 1 South Carolina (-1100)
Aliyah Boston. She’s it. Kidding… kind of. Boston put on a masterclass, dropping 28 points with 22 rebounds against UNC, good for her 27th-straight double double (!!) The star scored all of SC’s 13 points in the fourth quarter and iced the game with her layup as the clock wound down. She powers an offense averaging 70.8 points per game, which we love to shoot their way to the next round.