Michigan State vs. Texas Tech Betting Odds: Tracking Line Moves Until Final Four Tip

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Michigan State vs. Texas Tech Betting Odds, Line for Final Four

  • Odds: Michigan State -2
  • Total: 132.5
  • Time: 8:49 p.m. ET
  • TV: CBS
  • Location: Minneapolis, Minn.

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Michigan State and Texas Tech have been arguably the two most impressive teams in the NCAA Tournament so far. The Spartans struggled against Bradley in the first round but cruised through the next two games, then battled through a great win over Duke.

Texas Tech’s defense has been dominant. They’ve allowed more than 60 points just once and have given up fewer than 1.0 points per possession in all four contests.

This line hasn’t seen much movement all week, with Michigan State opening at -2.5, going to -3 before Texas Tech money moved the Spartans back to -2.5.

We’ll be tracking the line moves for Michigan State vs. Texas Tech using our tools at Sports Insights.

Michigan State vs. Texas Tech Live Betting Odds

All odds from the Westgate SuperBook unless otherwise noted.

7:45 p.m. ET: We still haven’t seen much movement here — just the total ticking back up to 132.5.

3 p.m. ET: Money continues to flow in on the Spartans, but we haven’t seen any movement in the last few hours. Still -2 and 132 at Westgate.

12:30 p.m. ET: Michigan State continues to ping pong between -2 and -2.5, while the total has stayed put. Sparty has gotten almost 60% of the bets after betting action was split all week.

8 a.m. ET: Michigan State has dropped to -2 across the market, but our Line Predictor Tool at Sports Insights is forecasting with 84% confidence that it will move back to -2.5 shortly.

7 a.m. ET: Michigan State money poured in overnight Friday into Saturday morning, but that hasn’t moved the line much. In fact, some books have begun moving down to -2, while MGM is actually at -3. Westgate is still in the middle at -2.5.

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