March Madness Odds: Lamar vs. Vermont

Vermont will take on Lamar State as part of March Madness first four in Dayton today. This is an important and exciting game as the winner will be advancing to play the No.1 seed in the round of 64's South Regional on Tuesday.

March Madness is an exciting competition which sees millions of people watching it each year. In the past 10 years there has been 4 winners of two NCAA competitions, these teams are Florida, Duke, North Carolina and Connecticut. The other two teams to win once are Syracuse and Maryland. Check the March Madness Odds for Lamar vs. Vermont game.

This March is set to be another exciting month of games with many deciding to make it even more exhilarating by placing bets on the games. I have been busy searching the web for some valuable predictions for the 2012 tournament. I have come across the teams and players that are most likely to be the most successful in the tournament.

It is clear that Vermont vs Lamar is going to be a very exciting game as both teams have allot to offer. There are some interesting statistics which make it quite difficult to decide which team is going to come out in-front. Vermont only allow 60.5 points per contest while Lamar gives up an average of 65.4 points. On the other hand Lamar have a 6 point scoring advantage, they have an average of 73.9 points compared to Vermont's 67.2 average.

While both teams won their last game, Lamar had a 21 point victory with a score of 70-49 over Mcneese State at home. Vermont on the other hand only had an 8 point victory over Stony Brook at Stone Brook Sports Complex.

The odds for todays game are as follows: - Lamar is 5-1 against the spread in its last six.

- The over is 10-2 in Vermont's last 12 non-conference games.
- Vermont is 2-5 against the spread in its last seven as an underdog.

According to the NCAA odds, Lamar is the -2 point favorites. The total is set at 128 ½. Open an account for the best Sportsbook Parlay and Vegas Teaser Payouts in the Industry.