Here are the San Diego State vs. UConn Betting odds and the prediction for this March Madness title game.
The tumult has subsided, the dust has settled, and the final two teams in the 2023 Men’s NCAA Tournament remain. After their exciting semifinal victories on Saturday, the Connecticut Huskies and San Diego State Aztecs are the only two opponents still in the running. On Monday night at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, a winner will be announced.
San Diego State vs. UConn Betting Odds
These are the San Diego State vs. UConn Betting Odds, brought to you by YouWager.lv:
- San Diego State: Point Spread +7.5, Moneline +295
- UConn: Point Spread -7.5, Moneline -370
- Total: 132 -110 Over/Under
According to YouWager.lv Sportsbook, the Huskies are -7.5-point favorites over the Aztecs at the start of the game. The odds for UConn to win the game handily are -370, while the odds for underdog SDSU are +295. The total point over/under is set at 132.
San Diego State vs. UConn: How did we get here?
Until it counted the most, the Aztecs (-2.5) trailed Florida Atlantic for practically the entire game. SDSU beat the Owls 72-71 after hitting the opening buzzer of the tournament. In the meantime, Miami was quickly overtaken by the Huskies (-5.5), who never looked back. To guarantee its spot in Monday’s title game, UConn cruised to a comfortable 72-59 victory.
The most appropriate way to wrap out the chaotic 2023 tournament is probably with a 4-seed versus a 5-seed.
Viewers can now witness what occurs when an immovable item collides with an unstoppable force. For a national championship, it’s a strength vs strength contest. According to KenPom, the Aztecs have the fourth-best adjusted defense in the nation. Using the same statistic, the Huskies have the third-best adjusted offense in the country.
The amazing scoring ability UConn possesses and the incredible run Dan Hurley’s team is having in this tournament are clearly in the favor of the oddsmakers. This tournament’s Huskies have won by an average margin of 20.6 points each game, which explains why Las Vegas saw them as the clear favorite starting with the Final Four.