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NCAA Tournament Odds, Picks & Predictions: Your Second Round Betting Cheat Sheet

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NCAA Tournament action continues on Monday with eight games in the Round of 32.

Our college basketball betting analysts have you covered with full-game previews and betting recommendations for Monday’s slate of games. Find our staff’s favorite picks for Monday as well as their previews for every single game outlined below:

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NCAA Tournament Picks

Moneylines, Spreads & Totals

The Sweet 16 is almost here, but first, let’s enjoy our last full day of basketball until the weekend. Our staff breaks down six bets for four games: (11) UCLA vs. (14) Abilene Christian, (5) Creighton vs. (13) Ohio, (1) Michigan vs. (8) LSU, and (4) Florida State vs. (5) Colorado.

Check out each individual pick. » Read Now

Player Prop Picks

Yes, we have player props covered, too. Prop betting analyst Brandon Anderson breaks down the best player prop bets for each of Monday’s tipoff windows:

Betting Guides for Each Second Round Game

Game Tipoff Betting Guide
(2) Iowa vs. (7) Oregon 12:10 p.m. ET Read Now
(1) Gonzaga vs. (8) Oklahoma 2:40 p.m. ET Read Now
(11) UCLA vs. (14) Abilene Christian 5:15 p.m. ET Read Now
(5) Creighton vs. (13) Ohio 6:10 p.m. ET Read Now
(1) Michigan vs. (8) LSU 7:10 p.m. ET Read Now
(4) Florida State vs. (5) Colorado 7:45 p.m. ET Read Now
(2) Alabama vs. (10) Maryland 8:45 p.m. ET Read Now
(3) Kansas vs. (6) USC 9:40 p.m. ET Read Now

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