Unlike the myth of betting the #12 vs. the #5 where the #5 has actually done better over the past five years than the #12, this 7-10 matchup is a moneymaker if you take the #7 seeds in March Madness gambling. Let’s take a look at the numbers for this matchup.
Bet on March Madness with the #7 seeds against the #10 seeds and you should be rewarded. Last year the #7 seeds went 3-1 against the spread versus the #10 seeds for gamblers who bet on March Madness. The winners last year in March Madness gambling in the first round as #7 seeds were Butler, Miami and West Virginia. The only losing #7 seed a year ago for gamblers who bet on March Madness was Gonzaga.
Two years ago the #7 seeds did even better for gamblers who bet on March Madness as they went a perfect 4-0. Nevada, UNLV, Indiana and Boston College swept the board as #7 seeds against #10 seeds in 2007. This matchup split in 2006 for those who bet on March Madness with each side winning twice. The #7 seeds that won were Georgetown and Wichita State while Marquette and California lost for those who bet on March Madness.
In 2005 it was another 3-1 year for the #7 seeds in this matchup as Southern Illinois, West Virginia and Cincinnati covered the March Madness gambling pointspread while N.C. Charlotte did not. The 2004 season saw another 3-1 record for the #7 seeds for those who bet on March Madness. The winning teams were DePaul, Memphis and Xavier. The losing #7 seed was Michigan State. The 7-10 matchup split in 2003 with the winning #7 seeds for gamblers who bet on March Madness being Michigan State and Indiana while Memphis and St. Joseph’s lost.
The bottom line in this #7 vs. #10 matchup for gamblers who bet on March Madness has the #7 seed winning 17 times while losing just 7 times in the last six years. That is a March Madness gambling winning percentage of over 70% and is the top winning matchup in the first round for gamblers who bet on March Madness. Remember this matchup as you bet first round games during the NCAA Tournament this year.
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