Sports Interaction News Week 11 2022 – Here is the action report and odds for the NCAA, MLB and NFL with odds plus favorites for this week. See what Sports Interaction has to offer during week 11, 2022.
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March Madness begins in earnest on Thursday with NCAA Tournament games tipping off from about noon EST until 10 p.m. Three of the Tournament’s No. 1 seeds will be in action with the overall favourite Gonzaga Bulldogs leading the futures odds board at +305. No. 1 seeds Baylor (+1200) and Kansas (+900) also play on Thursday while Arizona (+599) will make its Tournament debut on Friday.
Outside of the top seeds, bettors are putting their cash behind perennial powerhouses and underdogs with upside. There’s a lot of support for the Duke Blue Devils as they try to secure another championship in coach Mike Krzyzewski’s final season. Duke is at +1100 to win the Tournament and is a 18.5-point favourite over Cal State Fullerton on Friday.
There’s some support for No. 12 Indiana, which won its First Four game to advance in the bracket against No. 5 Saint Mary’s. Oddsmakers opened with Saint Mary’s as just a 3-point favourite and that line has dipped to -2.5 at some books. To a lesser extent, bettors also think there’s a chance UAB (+8.5) could knock off No. 5 Houston. Virginia Tech is seeing some love as a No. 11 seed against No. 6 Texas. The Longhorns are set as just 1-point favourites, while more than 60 per cent of bettors like the Hokies.
The MLB lockout is finally over and now bettors can look to a full 162-game season that will begin with Opening Day on April 7. This could be a big year for Canadian baseball fanatics, too. The Toronto Blue Jays are set at +800 to win the World Series, just behind the Los Angeles Dodgers, who sit atop the odds board at +581. The Blue Jays’ odds to make the playoffs are at a whopping -400, while Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is the current AL MVP favourite at +327 and the favourite to hit the most home runs in MLB at +693.
Just days after Russell Wilson’s trade to Denver caused Super Bowl odds to shift, Tom Brady shocked the world by announcing he was ending his short-lived retirement. Brady will return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for another season and oddsmakers were forced to adjust Tampa Bay’s odds quickly. The Buccaneers were set +2800 to win the Super Bowl, but jumped all the way to +800 after the announcement. Tampa Bay now trails only Buffalo (+745) on the Super Bowl odds board. Brady, who will turn 45 in August, threw for more than 5300 yards with 45 touchdowns and 12 interceptions last year.
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