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Thursday's NCAA Tournament action features a Midwest Region matchup between the No. 7 Wofford Terriers (29-4) and the No. 10 Seton Hall Pirates (20-13). Seton Hall enters this matchup coming off of a third-place Big East finish, while Wofford finished first in the Southern Conference and is on a 20-game win streak. The Terriers are 3-point favorites over the Pirates. 


It's always good to get the opinion of an expert before placing a wager on a college basketball game. Here is what some experts from around the industry think about this matchup. 


Wofford vs Seton Hall Predictions


Sports Chat Place

The folks at Sports Chat Place think this is one of the more intriguing matchups in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. They like Wofford to win and cover in a close one. 

Wager Talk News

Christopher Feery, of Wager Talk News, likes Wofford in this matchup. He thinks the Terriers will pick up their first-ever tournament win and cover as well. 

ESPN Basketball Power Index

The ESPN BPI doesn't predict this matchup will be as close as the spread. It's assigning the Terriers a 77.6-percent chance at the victory Thursday night. 


So we have both of the experts taking Wofford to cover the close spread and ESPN is going with Wofford to win straight up.


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