NCAA Tournament Friday Odds, Pick: Betting Model Predictions for Virginia Tech vs. Florida in the Round of 64
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- The NCAA Tournament's Round of 64 gets underway on Friday with Virginia Tech vs. Florida at 12:15 p.m. ET (CBS).
- According to live college basketball odds, the Hokies are 1-point favorites over the Gators, however, the Virginia Tech vs. Florida over/under is the smartest way to bet this game.
- Using our college basketball model, we detail the Virginia Tech vs. Florida edge that savvy bettors are taking.
NCAA Tournament Odds: Virginia Tech vs. Florida
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After a two-year wait, the NCAA Tournament has finally returned!
And college basketball bettors don’t have to wait too long for value, as our College Basketball PRO Projections are pinging Friday’s first game, Virginia Tech vs. Florida, as the matchup providing the biggest edge of the day.
For those unfamiliar, The Action Network’s PRO Projections leverage Stuckey’s betting model to create projected spreads and over/unders for every NCAA Tournament game.
By comparing our projections to current consensus lines, users can then quickly and effectively determine which bets are providing the biggest edges, no matter how much (or how little) you know about the teams.
So without further ado, let’s break down Friday’s biggest NCAA Tournament Round of 64 edge.
Virginia Tech vs. Florida Pick
Recreational bettors typically gravitate toward spreads when betting on college basketball, however, our betting model suggests that the Virginia Tech vs. Florida over/under is the wager worth targeting.