Alabama vs San Diego State Odds, Opening Spread, Start Time, Channel for Sweet 16

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Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images. Pictured: Alabama head coach Nate Oats (left) and Jahvon Quinerly celebrate the Crimson Tide advancing to the Sweet 16 to face San Diego State, as we preview the odds, opening spread and more.

Alabama vs San Diego State Odds, Opening Spread

Alabama Odds-260
San Diego State Odds+220
Opening SpreadAlabama -6
Our Expert's Projected SpreadAlabama -7.5
March Madness odds for Alabama vs San Diego State via bet365.

The Alabama Crimson Tide and San Diego State Aztecs are on their way to the Sweet 16 in the 2023 NCAA Tournament.

Alabama opened as 6-point favorites over San Diego State in the Sweet 16. Our expert has projected the Alabama vs San Diego State odds and spread at Alabama -7.5 for this Sweet 16 March Madness matchup.

No. 1 Alabama vs No. 5 San Diego State will tip off at 6:30 p.m. ET on Friday, March 24 on TBS in the South Region.

Find out how 1-seeded Alabama and 5-seeded San Diego State match up statistically for their Sweet 16 game, plus how our college basketball betting experts are expecting this Sweet 16 matchup to play out.

Statistical Matchup

AlabamaSan Diego State
310TO %137
All statistics courtesy of ShotQuality.

Betting Analysis

Coming soon.

For more Action Network coverage of the 2023 NCAA Tournament, check out the latest college basketball odds, as well as the public betting percentage breakdowns for all of the 2023 NCAA Tournament games.

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Sean Treppedi
Jun 16, 2024 UTC