Virginia vs. Texas Tech Betting Odds: Tracking National Championship Game 2019 Line Moves

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Virginia vs. Texas Tech Betting Odds, Line for National Championship Game

  • Odds: Virginia -1.5
  • Total: 119.5
  • Time: 9:20 p.m. ET
  • TV: CBS
  • Location: Minneapolis, Minn.

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We’ve arrived. College basketball’s end game.

After a grueling regular season and five NCAA Tournament wins, Virginia and Texas Tech will play for the national title on Monday in Minneapolis. These are two of the best defensive teams in the country, so the total is set historically low at 118.

Virginia is a 1.5-point favorite across the market — we’ve seen -1 and -1.5 over the last few days, but nothing beyond that. We’ll be tracking every line move between now and tip off below.

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

Virginia vs. Texas Tech Live Betting Odds

All odds from the Westgate SuperBook unless otherwise noted.

8:45 p.m. ET: Virginia -1 has popped up at a few books, but we’re mostly still sitting at -1.5. The total is still trickling up, reaching 119.5 at Westgate.

6:45 p.m. ET: The over continues to take action, moving to 120 at some books. There are no 118.5’s left, so now is a good time to take the under. Virginia is also taking action, moving to -1.5 across the market, though our Line Predictor Tool  thinks it will go back to -1 soon.

4:15 p.m. ET: Late money has hit the over in this game, moving it up to 118.5 and 119 at some books. That’s almost at the opener of 120.

1:15 p.m. ET: Bettors continue to hammer the under, moving it down to 117.5 on Monday afternoon at some books. Westgate moved from Virginia -1.5 to -1 but has the total at 118 still.

8:30 a.m. ET: There hasn’t been much movement Monday morning, despite 57% of bets and 62% of dollars coming in on Texas Tech. Bettors do not want to back a Virginia team that’s been lucky to reach this point.

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