March Madness Elite 8 Odds: Spreads, Moneylines, And Totals For Every Game

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March Madness continues with the Elite 8 on Saturday and Sunday. After plenty of upsets in the Sweet 16, oddsmakers are looking ahead to what should be an interesting round as the tournament nears its conclusion.

Betting odds on the Elite 8 are available from all the top March Madness online sportsbooks. Read on below for a closer look at all the betting odds for Saturday and Sunday’s games in the Elite 8 round of the tournament.

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South Region odds

The South Region will see Duke take on NC State at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Sunday, March 31. Duke advanced with a 54-51 upset victory over Houston in the Sweet 16 on Friday. NC State got through with a 67-58 win over Marquette.

Duke vs. NC StateDuke

Midwest Region odds

The Midwest Region matchup pits Purdue against Tennessee at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit on Sunday, March 31. The Boilermakers moved on with a lopsided 80-68 win over Gonzaga on Friday. Tennessee advanced after beating Creighton 82-75.

Tennessee vs. PurduePurdue

East Region odds

The lone Elite 8 game in the East Region takes place at TD Garden in Boston on Saturday, March 30. Top-seeded UConn, the defending NCAA champ, cruised past last year’s final opponent San Diego State in the Sweet 16 with an 82-52 score. No. 3 Illinois bested no. 2 Iowa State 72-69 to advance to the final eight of the tournament for the first time since 2005.

1 UConn vs. 3 IllinoisUConn (-8.5) – Won and covered154.5 – Under hits

West Region odds

The West Region game goes down on Saturday, March 30, at Arena in Los Angeles. Fourth seed Alabama advanced to the Elite 8 with an 89-87 upset of top-seeded North Carolina in the Sweet 16. The squad will now face no. 6 Clemson, which also advanced on an upset over no. 2 Arizona, 77-72.

4 Alabama vs. 6 ClemsonAlabama (-3.5) – Won and covered164 – Over hits

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Duke vs. NC State

Duke surprised Houston in the Sweet 16 round, and now it faces a familiar conference rival. NC State beat Duke in the final of the ACC Tournament to earn an automatic March Madness bid. Duke won the only other meeting between the teams this season, notching a 79-64 victory just as the regular season was winding down.

Tennessee vs. Purdue

Tennessee faces a higher seed for the first time in this tournament. Purdue came in as the no. 1 seed, and now faces Tennessee for the first time since a 71-67 win this past November. Purdue hasn’t lost since the Big Ten tournament final, and before that won six straight.

UConn vs. Illinois

UConn has thus far lived up to its billing as the tournament’s top favorite, blowing out fellow finalist from last season SDSU by 30 points in the Sweet 16 round. The Huskies have won their first three games of this tournament by an average of 28.6 points, with only no. 9 Northwestern coming within 20 points of them in defeat. Illinois had its first close game of the tournament in a 72-69 win over Iowa State in the Sweet 16. The Fighting Illinis entered this tournament with a lot of momentum after winning the Big Ten tournament.

Alabama vs. Clemson

Alabama pulled off a major upset with its 89-87 win over North Carolina in the Sweet 16, eliminating the region’s top seed and one of the top early favorites in this tournament. Clemson has knocked off higher seeds in its last two games, taking out Baylor in the second round before defeating Arizona 77-72 in the Sweet 16. This is Clemson’s first trip to the Elite 8 since 1980.