Iowa vs LSU Odds and Picks: Women’s NCAA Tournament Title Game Betting Guide

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Pictured: Caitlin Clark #22 of the Iowa Hawkeyes. (Photo by Ron Jenkins/Getty Images)

Iowa vs LSU Odds and Picks: Women’s NCAA Tournament Title Game Betting Guide

Sunday, April 2
3:30 p.m. ET
LSU Odds
-110o / -110u
Iowa Odds
-110o / -110u
Odds via FanDuel. Get up-to-the-minute college basketball odds here.

The 2023 Women’s NCAA Tournament Title Game is upon us — and so are our Iowa vs LSU odds and picks in our women's title game betting guide.

In just moments, Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes take on Angel Reese, Alexis Morris and the LSU Tigers as Iowa vs LSU closes the 2023 Women's NCAA Tournament and a stellar Final Four.

Let’s dig into some bets bets and props for the Women's NCAA Tournament Title Game of the 2022-2023 season, with our Iowa vs LSU Odds and Picks: Women’s NCAA Tournament Title Game Betting Guide.

LSU Tigers

Trailing by nine points entering the final frame of the Final Four, LSU leaned on Reese and Alexis Morris to break the game open via a 22-3 run.

It might have been the most efficient quarter the Tigers played all season, and it came at the perfect time. LSU outscored Virginia Tech 29-13 in the final frame and won 79-72, earning a spot in the championship game.

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Iowa Hawkeyes

We may have witnessed one of the greatest performances in the history of women’s college basketball on Friday, as Caitlin Clark put up 41 points, eight assists and six rebounds in a 77-73 win over one of the best defenses of all time.

Iowa was fantastic on both ends of the floor and shocked the world, knocking off the Gamecocks as 11.5-point underdogs to reach the final.

Iowa vs LSU Best Bets, Picks for Women's Title Game: Iowa 1H -1.5, Under 161, Iowa Moneyline -160

You could point out a few analytical reasons to bet on LSU. The Tigers have the size, and Kim Mulkey’s defense is holding opponents under their season averages — but at this point, it’s impossible to bet against Caitlin Clark.

She’s captivating the country and putting the finishing touches on the greatest individual and team tournament run of the past decade. I think she gets the crowd on her side early and gets the Hawkeyes up early, so I’m taking the Hawkeyes in the first half.

I believe there will be some nerves in this game and don’t think LSU has the scoring from the outside to push this game to the 160s, so I’ll take the under. (Note: Apparently a lot of people agreed, as this number came down to 157 across the board early Sunday morning.)

Finally, for the full game, I have to ride with the Hawkeyes Moneyline at -160. Crown Caitlin Clark.

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Props: We have seen masterpiece after masterpiece from Clark, and I don’t see that stopping now. Her points prop is already at 32.5 at some books, so grab the value now.

Caitlin Clark Over 8.5 Assists (-115)
Caitlin Over 28.5 Points (-135)

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