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NCAAB 2014 Championship: Kentucky Clashes With Connecticut

Kentucky Wildcats: Fabulous Freshmen now top chalk

Stirring up memories of the Michigan Wolverines Fab Five, (1992 NCAAB Championship runner up to Duke) #8 Kentucky heads into tonight’s title game with five starting freshmen who survived the Midweast Bracket of Death. Although they were the top ranked team heading into the season, a few bad loses sent the Wildcats out the Top 25 and they were subsequently tagged as the #13 pre-tournament favorites at SportsInteraction with a huge +2500 price. The Cats have clawed a 9th, 1st, 4th, 2nd and another #1 seed (#4 was defending Champion Louisville) on their way to the Championship contest. We like that Kentucky has been toughly tested throughout March Madness and that they seem to have a determination that’s as strong as steel.

UConn Huskies: Monster pre-tournament pups face one more mush

Entering the Madness of March with a gaudy +6000 money line price at Sports Interaction, the kids from the University of Connecticut have come a long baby. Seeded #7 in East bracket, the Huskies took out 10th, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and #1 seeded teams – the #1 being the overall tournament favorite Florida Gators. Connecticut was solid at both ends of the floor as they snapped the Gators 30-game winning streak – that began after UConn took out Florida with a buzzer-beater on December 2, 2013. The Huskies shot 55.8 percentage from the field versus the Gators and will need to be just as good, if not better, to keep Kentucky from cutting down the nets.

NCAAB Championship Call: Cats over the Dogs with a 500 unit ATS wager – Go Wild Kentucky!

Sports Interaction 2014 NCAAB Championship Prices – Wildcats vs. Huskies

Sports Interaction 2014 NCAAB Championship Prices Kentucky Wildcats vs. Connecticuit Huskies

 

 

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