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Caesars Ohio March Madness Best Bet
Montana State +8.5
One of my favorite spreads in the first round of this tournament comes on Friday evening. Kansas State is a team I have had circled as a team to fade, primarily due to their struggles on the road. They relied on a dominant home-court edge at the “Octagon of Doom” in Manhattan, Kansas, and they weren’t the same team on the road on either end of the court – it played out as they were 13-4 ATS at home and 5-6 ATS on the road.
Kansas State also ranks 299th in turnover rate, and that’s something Montana State can exploit as they rank 75th in turnovers forced. Darius Brown was the Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year and he’ll be matched up with Markquis Nowell, the Wildcats’ lead guard. Look for him to hound Nowell on defense.
The Wildcats rely primarily on getting to the rim on offense and the Bobcats rank sixth in points per possession allowed at the rim, forcing opponents to beat them from deep.
In addition, the Wildcats foul too often on defense as they rank 298th in defensive foul rate. That plays right into the hands of the Bobcats who get to the line at the fifth-highest rate in the country. Look for Raequan Battle, an 84% free throw shooter who averages 17.4 points per game, to have a big game for Montana State.
Kansas State is one of the most overseeded teams in this entire tournament, and they draw a sneaky strong opponent in Montana State, particularly with how the Bobcats can exploit their weaknesses. Don’t be shocked by an outright upset here.