Bet on Final Four Games at SBG Global

December 1, 2010 NCAA Basketball

Bet on Final Four action being very exciting for the 2009 NCAA Tournament.

Two #1 seeds, a #2 seed and a #3 seed will battle it out in Final Four odds. Let’s get ready to bet on Final Four games.

Bet on Final Four action begins with North Carolina who is trying to win their 5th National title. The Tar Heels are the favorite to defeat Villanova in the Final Four and then win the national title against either Connecticut or Michigan State.

Gamblers who bet on Final Four action should know that since 1999, Michigan State has the most Final Four appearances of these four teams as they have been there five times. North Carolina has been there five times while Connecticut has been there four times. Three of the four coaches in this year’s Final four have won a national championship. Jim Calhoun and Roy Williams are already in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Gamblers might want to take UConn as they bet on Final Four action since the Huskies are unbeaten in the Final Four under Calhoun.

As you bet on Final Four you might be surprised to learn that none of these four teams won their conference tournament this season. Two Big East teams are in the Final Four. Connecticut is favored in Final Four odds over Michigan State while Villanova is an underdog to North Carolina.

People who bet on Final Four action will have a lot of options. In addition to the normal side and total choices to bet on Final Four games, they can choose the money line, parlays, teasers and even propositions. There are still futures as well you can bet on Final Four lines, since each of the four teams has odds to win the title. North Carolina is the favorite and the pick by many who bet on Final Four games to win the national title.

Final Four odds have North Carolina a 7.5 point favorite against Villanova while Connecticut is a four point choice over Michigan State. Gamblers that are going to bet on Final Four lines should be aware that the Connecticut-Michigan State line is lower than it normally would be on a neutral site because Michigan State is expected to have a home court edge with the game being played in Detroit.

Get ready to bet this year’s Final Four and enjoy the action.

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