Women’s NCAA Tournament Predictions: How to Bet Saturday’s Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee Matchup (March 25)
G Fiume/Getty Images. Pictured: Virginia Tech’s Elizabeth Kitley.
Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee Odds
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-110o / -110u
-110o / -110u
Virginia Tech, which hasn’t lost since February, has a rematch with scorching-hot Tennessee on Saturday night.
The Hokies enter as a short favorite after topping the Lady Vols by three in December. Can they do it again when it matters most?
Let’s dive in and see where the betting value lies.
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The Hokies have been locked in this tournament, forcing teams to play at their pace and their style.
On the defensive end, they’ve made every opponent take tough shots. Offensively, they’ve lit teams up from the outside with Australian sharp-shooter Georgia Amoore and on the inside with back-to-back ACC Player of the Year Elizabeth Kitley.
The Lady Volunteers have won by the largest margin through the first two rounds of any team in the tournament.
Granted, the teams they faced don’t have the same talent or size that Virginia Tech will have, but there aren’t many teams that look as good as Tennessee right now.
Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee Betting Pick
In the Hokies’ three-point win on the road earlier this season, the Lady Volunteers were missing leading scorer Rickea Jackson.
Virginia Tech head coach Kenny Brooks has been fantastic at limiting opposing players from getting their normal looks.
This game will be so tight, and I fully recommend betting the underdog live if someone makes a run early. Still, I’m trusting Brooks and the Hokies to survive and advance.
Pick: Virginia Tech ML -110
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