Big Sky Conference Tournament 2022: Odds, Schedule, Bracket, Predictions, Rankings, & Results

Devon Platana
Big Sky Conference tournament prediction, odds, bracket, schedule, results and more.
Big Sky Conference tournament prediction, odds, bracket, schedule, results and more. / Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

March Madness is right around the corner, which means college basketball's conference tournament season is here! One of the biggest getting underway in the second week of March is the Big Sky Conference Tournament.

Here's everything NCAA basketball fans and bettors need to know about the 2022 Big Sky Conference Tournament.

Big Sky Conference Tournament Schedule, Dates & Location

The 2022 Big Sky Conference Tournament will tip-off with its first game at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 9.

The tournament will take place at Idaho Central Arena in Boise, ID.

Big Sky Conference Tournament Schedule

  • Wednesday, March 9: First Round
  • Thursday, March 10: Second Round
  • Friday, March 11: Semifinals
  • Saturday, March 12: Championship Game

Big Sky Conference Tournament Odds

Here are the odds for each team to win the Big Sky Conference tournament from FanDuel Sportsbook.

1. Montana State (+190)

2. Southern Utah (+350)

3. Weber State (+410)

4. Northern Colorado (+550)

5. Montana (+1000)

6. Eastern Washington (+1000)

7. Portland State (+4800)

8. Sacramento State (+8000)

9. Idaho (+11000)

10. Idaho State (+22000)

11. Northern Arizona (+50000)

Big Sky Conference Tournament Bracket

Below is a look at the bracket for this year's Big Sky Conference Tournament.

Big Sky Conference Tournament Prediction

The Big Sky Conference Tournament is shaping up to be a close one. As it stands, four teams have +550 odds or better to win the tournament.

Having said that, Montana State is the +190 favorite for a reason. After all, the Bobcats did go 16-4 against their conference rivals to capture the regular-season championship.

Montana State boasted a high-end offense this season, averaging 74.9 PPG (No. 57). While they weren't as successful defensively, the Bobcats' 69.3 points against per game (No. 168) was still more than respectable.

The Bobcats played in the Big Sky Tournament finals last season, ultimately losing 65-55 to Eastern Washington. With the school on a three-game win streak, Montana State is in great shape to win its first conference championship since 1996.

Big Sky Conference Tournament Results

This section will be updated as Big Sky Conference Tournament results become official.

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Devon Platana is not a FanDuel employee. The views expressed in his articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.