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Volunteers 2023 Schedule & Betting Odds
|Mar 18th||DUKE||W 65-52||+3 W||U 126.5||TENN +145|
|Mar 17th||ULL||W 58-55||-11.5 L||U 135.5||TENN -747|
|Mar 10th||@MIZZ||L 71-79||-5.5 L||O 140.5||MIZZ -225|
|Mar 9th||MISS||W 70-55||-12 W||U 127.5||TENN -899|
|Mar 4th||@AUB||L 70-79||+2.5 L||O 130.5||AUB +117|
|Mar 1st||ARK||W 75-57||-5.5 W||U 134.5||TENN -245|
|Feb 25th||SCAR||W 85-45||-23.5 W||O 129.5||TENN -7463|
|Feb 22nd||@TXAM||L 63-68||+2 L||O 129.5||TXAM +115|
|Feb 18th||@UK||L 54-66||-1.5 L||U 132.5||UK -127|
Tennessee Volunteers 2021-22 Season
Tennessee was upset and bounced out of the first round of the NCAA Tournament last season as a No. 5 seed. Head coach Rick Barnes’ crew are trying to reach their highest spot in term again when they made it to the Sweet Sixteen in 2019.
This year’s group is pushing forward and making their case. The Volunteers are the No. 16 team in the country at 19-6 and are second in the SEC behind No. 4 Kentucky – who they just beat. Junior guard Santiago Vescovi leads the team with nearly 14 points a game, while freshman Kennedy Chandler is proving to be a jack of all trades guard, averaging 13.3 PPG and leading the team in assists and steals.
Could this team make the first Final Four in program history? We’ll find out soon.
Take a look at our college basketball odds to see how the Badgers fare in the coming weeks.
Betting on the Tennessee Volunteers
The Tennessee Volunteers have some tough matchups remaining in the season, so be sure to pay close attention to the odds. Here are some of the popular bet types that you can make on the Badgers if you live in a legal sports betting state.
- Point Spread
- Futures Odds
A moneyline bet requires a bettor to correctly pick the winner of the game. If you pick the winner of the game correctly, you will win the bet. How much you win will be determined by your wager amount and the associated moneyline for the team you bet on. Here's an example using a recent Tennessee game against Kentucky.
- Tennessee -115 moneyline
- Kentucky +105 moneyline
Tennessee is the slightly favored team to win this game, which is indicated by the minus sign (-) next to their moneyline. Kentucky is the underdog denoted by the plus sign (+) next to their moneyline. The moneyline number signifies the potential payout for each team. Someone betting on Tennessee would have to bet $115 to win $100 whereas a bettor would win $105 with a wager of $100 on Kentucky.
Tennessee Point Spread
Users can also place a point spread wager on the Tennessee Volunteers. This requires a bettor to correctly select the margin of victory by a particular team, rather than simply who wins. Here's the same Tennessee vs. Kentucky matchup as an example.
- Tennessee -1 (-114)
- Kentucky +1 (-106)
Oddsmakers set a margin of victory total known as the spread. In this game, Tennessee has to win by 2 or more points to beat this spread and Kentucky either has to win the game outright or lose by 1 point to beat the spread. If Tennessee wins by exactly 1-point, it’s settled as a push. Point spreads also have an additional element known as juice, or the vig, which is the tax paid to the sportsbook for each bet. The juice is indicated next to the point spread. This number is used to determine a wager payout. For a bet on Tennessee, a bettor would earn a profit of $100 for every $114 risked. Someone betting on Kentucky would earn a profit of $100 for every $106 risked.
Betting on over/under totals looks at the cumulative final score between two teams, not the winner or loser of the game. Bettors are required to accurately predict if the teams combine higher or lower than a number set by oddsmakers. Oddsmakers set the over/under total for Tennessee vs. Kentucky at 140 points.
- Over 140 points (-110)
- Under 140 points (-110)
Again, juice or vig comes into play with over/unders. Betting over 140 points means in this case that a bettor would have to wager $110 to earn $100. Betting under 140 points would mean a bettor would earn $100 for every $110 risked.
Tennessee Prop Bets
For those Tennessee fans that have a particular favorite player, prop bets are a great way to show your support. Oddsmakers will also set lines on player statistics. Bettors then have the opportunity to guess whether those players will go over or under the set line to win money. Some popular prop bets include how many points a player will score, who will score first, how many rebounds a player gets, and many more.
Tennessee Future Odds
If you like Tennessee’s odds to make the Final Four or win the NCAA Tournament, take a look at futures odds . A futures bet is wager for an event happening in the later in the season. Because a futures bet can be really hard to predict, the payouts are much higher than a typical wager. The Volunteers are currently +1100 to make the Final Four and +4500 to win the NCAA Tournament (odds via PointsBet Sportsbook) – check out our PointsBet Promo Code page and sign up with ACTION2K1 to claim $2,200 in risk-free bets.
How to Bet on Tennessee
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