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Tennessee vs Texas Basketball Prediction, Best Bets, Spread & Odds - NCAA Tournament Second Round

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Tennessee vs Texas Basketball Prediction, Best Bets, Spread & Odds - NCAA Tournament Second Round

The No. 7 seed Texas Longhorns (21-12) head into their second-round NCAA Tournament matchup against the No. 2 seed Tennessee Volunteers (25-8) on Saturday at 8:00 PM ET. The winner moves on to the Sweet 16 in the Midwest Region bracket.

Before you place your bet on this game at FanDuel Sportsbook, here are the NCAA basketball odds and spreads you need to know.

Tennessee vs. Texas Game Info and Odds

  • Game Day: Saturday, March 23, 2024
  • Game Time: 8:00 PM ET
  • TV Channel: CBS
  • Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Arena: Spectrum Center

Tennessee vs. Texas Picks and Prediction

All college basketball win probability predictions and picks are according to numberFire.
Prediction: Tennessee win (67.5%)

Take a look at these betting insights and trends before you bet on Saturday's Tennessee-Texas spread (Tennessee -6.5) or total (145.5 points).

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Tennessee vs. Texas: ATS Betting Stats and Trends

  • Tennessee has covered 18 times in 33 matchups with a spread this season.
  • Texas is 14-19-0 ATS this season.
  • Tennessee covers the spread when it is a 6.5-point favorite or more 58.3% of the time. That's more often than Texas covers as an underdog of 6.5 or more (never covered this season).
  • The Volunteers have done a better job covering the spread when playing at home (11-5-0) than they have in road games (5-6-0).
  • The Longhorns have been better against the spread at home (8-10-0) than on the road (4-6-0) this year.

Tennessee vs. Texas: Moneyline Betting Stats

  • Tennessee has won in 19, or 76%, of the 25 contests it has been named as the moneyline favorite in this year.
  • The Volunteers have a mark of 16-3 in contests where bookmakers favor them by -265 or better on the moneyline.
  • Texas has been the underdog on the moneyline 11 total times this season. Texas has gone 4-7 in those games.
  • The Longhorns have a 2-5 record (winning only 28.6% of their games) when playing as a moneyline underdog of +215 or longer.
  • The moneyline set for this matchup implies Tennessee has a 72.6% chance of walking away with the win.

Tennessee vs. Texas Head-to-Head Comparison

  • Tennessee is outscoring opponents by 12.3 points per game with a +405 scoring differential overall. It puts up 79.6 points per game (44th in college basketball) and allows 67.3 per outing (52nd in college basketball).
  • Dalton Knecht is 15th in college basketball with a team-leading 21.2 points per game.
  • Texas puts up 75.9 points per game (104th in college basketball) while giving up 69.1 per outing (90th in college basketball). It has a +225 scoring differential and outscores opponents by 6.8 points per game.
  • Texas' leading scorer, Max Abmas, ranks 127th in college basketball, putting up 17.0 points per game.
  • The Volunteers win the rebound battle by 4.3 boards on average. They collect 39.1 rebounds per game, which ranks 34th in college basketball, while their opponents grab 34.8 per outing.
  • Jonas Aidoo leads the team with 7.7 rebounds per game (111th in college basketball play).
  • The 34.6 rebounds per game the Longhorns accumulate rank 218th in the country. Their opponents grab 33.8.
  • Dillon Mitchell's 7.6 rebounds per game lead the Longhorns and rank 115th in college basketball.
  • Tennessee's 100.0 points per 100 possessions on offense rank 63rd in college basketball, and the 84.6 points it allows per 100 possessions rank eighth in college basketball.
  • The Longhorns' 98.9 points per 100 possessions on offense rank 82nd in college basketball, and the 90.0 points they allow per 100 possessions rank 91st in college basketball.

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