C-USA Conference Tournament 2022: Odds, Schedule, Bracket, Predictions, Rankings, & Results
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 C-USA Conference Tournament.
Here's everything NCAA basketball fans and bettors need to know about the 2022 C-USA Conference Tournament.
C-USA Tournament Schedule, Dates & Location
The 2022 C-USA Conference Tournament will tip off with its first game at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 8. The champion will be crowned on Saturday, March 12.
The tournament will be held at the Ford Center at the Star in Frisco, Texas.
C-USA Tournament Schedule
- Tuesday, March 8: First Round
- Wednesday, March 9: Second Round
- Thursday, March 10: Quarterfinals
- Friday, March 11: Semifinals
- Saturday, March 12: Championship Game
C-USA Tournament Odds
Here are the odds for each team to win the C-USA tournament from FanDuel Sportsbook.
1. UAB (+170)
2. North Texas (+185)
3. Louisiana Tech (+850)
4. Western Kentucky (+950)
5. Middle Tennessee (+1000)
6. Florida Atlantic (+1800)
7. UTEP (+3500)
8. Charlotte (+4000)
9. Old Dominion (+6500)
10. Rice (+13000)
11. FIU (+20000)
12. Marshall (+25000)
13. UTSA (+50000)
14. Southern Miss (+50000)
C-USA Tournament Bracket
The Duel has created a full printable 2022 C-USA men's basketball tournament bracket, which can be found at this link.
The full C-USA conference tournament bracket can also be found below.
C-USA Tournament Prediction
The odds suggest that this is a two-team race and it makes a lot of sense. Both UAB and North Texas have played a step up from the rest of the competition all season long. Each team has posted a winning percentage of over .770 on the year and ranks within the top 55 teams in KenPom ratings.
The Blazers are led by standout guard Jordan Walker. The junior led Conference USA in scoring (19.3 points per game) and added in 5.0 assists as well. UAB ranks tied for 17th in the country averaging 78.6 points per game, but also allowed an opponent shooting percentage of 42.1% (T-No. 84 in NCAA).
Meanwhile, North Texas heads into the tournament with all the momentum in the world. The Mean Green have won 20 of their last 21 games and roster four players averaging double-digits in scoring. Their ability to knock down three-pointers and win close games cannot be overlooked.
These two squads split their regular season meetings, so go with the team having their best season since 1975. That would be North Texas.
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