The #1 seeds have had pretty good success in the first round of March Madness gambling as have the #2, #3 and #4 seeds.
Bet on March Madness top seeds in the first round and you would have covered the March Madness gambling pointspread in three of the last four games and eight of the last 10. Last season it was top seeds, North Carolina, UCLA and Kansas covering the spread in the first round against #16 seeds while Memphis was the only top seed to not cover against the #16 seed. Two years ago gamblers that bet on March Madness top seeds against the #16 seeds had similar success as Florida, Kansas and Ohio State covered the pointspread for gamblers who bet on March Madness. North Carolina was the only #1 seed that failed against the #16 seed two years ago for gamblers who bet on March Madness.
The #2 seeds are not that far behind the #1 seeds for gamblers who bet on March Madness in the first round. Last year they went 2-2 as Texas and Georgetown covered vs. the #15 seeds while Tennessee and Duke did not. Two years ago the #2 seeds went 3-1 against the March Madness gambling number as Wisconsin, UCLA and Georgetown covered for gamblers who bet on March Madness while Memphis did not.
The #3 seeds have been even better that either the #1 or #2 seeds the last two years in the first round for those that bet on March Madness. The #3 seeds swept the board last year against the #14 seeds as Louisville, Wisconsin, Stanford and Xavier covered the pointspread. Two years ago they went 3-1 as Pittsburgh, Texas A&M and Washington State covered the spread as #3 seeds for those that bet on March Madness while Oregon did not.
The success continues by #4 seeds against the #13 seeds in the first round for gamblers who bet on March Madness. They were just 2-2 last year but two years ago they went 4-0. Last year Washington State and Pittsburgh covered the spread while Vanderbilt and Connecticut did not. Two years ago it was Southern Illinois, Texas, Virginia and Maryland that swept the board for gamblers that bet on March Madness.
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