NCAA Tournament Odds, Pick, Prediction: Sunday’s Biggest Betting Model Edge on Syracuse vs. West Virginia
Jamie Squire/Getty Images. Pictured: Derek Culver of the West Virginia Mountaineers hugs head coach Bob Huggins.
- In sports betting, sometimes a half point can be the difference between a winning and losing ticket.
- Check out where our PRO Projections find plenty of value on Syracuse in Sunday's NCAA Tournament game against West Virginia below.
Syracuse vs. West Virginia Odds
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March Madness is full of emotion — that’s what makes it so much fun.
From a fan’s perspective, that’s fine because it has no effect on one’s bottom line. However, college basketball bettors need to be sure to not let emotion affect their decision-making process.
It’s easy to allow something from recent memory to infiltrate your handicapping, especially if that under-the-radar sleeper just covered with ease or that favorite you loved barely squeaked out a straight-up win, but didn’t come close to cashing.
So, how do we ensure we’re not letting recent results infiltrate our action? That’s where The Action Network’s College Basketball PRO Projections come in.
By creating projected spreads for every game, bettors can quickly identify a slate’s best betting opportunities devoid of emotion.
And when it comes to Sunday’s NCAA Tournament Round of 32 games, Syracuse vs. West Virginia is easily the biggest edge of the day.
Let’s take a look.