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When it comes to exotic bets and proposition bets in college hoops, there is no better to take full advantage of valuable markets than the NCAA Basketball Championship game.
While most of the NCAA world may have tipped a different match-up, there’s no doubting that Texas Tech (31-6) and Virginia (34-3) are two worthy combatants in Monday’s NCAA Basketball Championship game.
Michigan State (32-6) is the only powerhouse college hoops program left in the Final Four, but they face a great Texas Tech (30-6) team that has had a great run in the Big Dance thus far.
The Auburn Tigers (30-9) will look to keep their incredible March Madness run alive as the lowest seed still remaining when they take on the #1 seed in Virginia (33-3) on Saturday night.
Duke (32-3) may be the favourite to win the NCAA Basketball Championship in 2019, but they will have to get past a recent bogey team in Virginia Tech (29-7) to keep their incredible season alive.
North Carolina (32-3) is the top seed in the Midwest Region and takes on a dangerous Auburn (29-7) team that is the fifth seed in the region, riding an eight-game winning streak.
Gonzaga (32-3) is the top seed in the West region and they have some payback in mind when taking on fourth seed Florida State (29-7), who bounced them from the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 last season.
Cinderella Oregon (25-12) is the 12th seed in the South Region and will look to keep its great run in the Big Dance alive when the Ducks take on top-seed Virginia (31-3), which has the top-ranked defense in the nation.