Saint Peter’s opened the 2022 NCAA Tournament group with a first-round surprise over No. 2 seed Kentucky. The Peacocks have continued to fight for a March 20, 2022 March Madness Sweet 16 game against Purdue, No. 3. In the Western Region, Arkansas, No. 4 seed, will try to survive against a Gonzaga team that is a perpetual contender in the Final. Four. Caesars Sportsbook lists the Boilermakers as 12.5-point favorites over the Peacocks in the final odds of the 2022 NCAA Tournament, while the Razorbacks and Bulldogs are separated by a nine-point line.
The Peacocks hadn’t played any ranked team all year before March Madness 2022, but they will now face the third in so many games. Purdue is 18-2 overall this season as a double-digit favorite, but only 9-11 against the spread. All of the lines from the 2022 NCAA Tournament for March Madness Sweet 16 are listed below, and SportsLine’s advanced computer model has all the college basketball betting tips and predictions you need to make the best Sweet picks. 16 ara.
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The best predictions for the 2022 NCAA Sweet 16 Tournament
One of the model’s strongest Sweet 16 picks is that Gonzaga (-8.5) covers the spread against Arkansas. The No. 1 seed in the 2022 NCAA Tournament group survived the first scares in the first two rounds, allowing the No. 16 seed in the state of Georgia to stay in the second half and the need to overcome a 12-point deficit to beat No. 9 seed Memphis.
Eric Musselman’s Arkansas team generally likes to play fast, which will play directly into Gonzaga’s hands. The Bulldogs rank sixth in the country in tight pace (72.4) and first in adjusted offensive efficiency (122.1), points per game (87.7) and field goal percentage (52.6). After a week of recovering from a couple of slow starts, the model likes Gonzaga to come out of the doors strong and cover the spread in 70 percent of the simulations.
Another of his predictions for the 2022 NCAA Tournament: Miami Hurricanes (-2.5) cover against cyclones in the state of Iowa. Both teams have advanced with multiple March Madness upsets, but the Hurricanes are favored even though Iowa State has won all three games it has played between two and three points this season. After not appearing in the ACC tournament against Duke, Isaiah Wong has been the best player in Cannes at the 2022 NCAA Tournament with 22 points against USC and 21 against Auburn.
Iowa State won its first game against an LSU program that fired its coach in just a few days before the big dance began. He then beat a Wisconsin team that hadn’t been the same since the March 1 win over Purdue. The Hurricanes only managed 3 of 15 triples, but they still shot 48.5 percent from the field to beat the Tigers and should enter their Sweet 16 clash feeling strong for their chances. Miami has had an average scoring margin of over-5.3 points in its last three games, while the state of Iowa has been under-7. The SportsLine model projects Hurricanes to cover more than 50 percent of simulations.
How to Make the 2022 NCAA Tournament Elections
The model has also called on who will win and cover all other Sweet 16 clashes and has identified a No. 1 seed that is falling sharply. He also says that a disadvantaged person directly earns more than 60 percent of the time. You can only get all the options for each game on SportsLine.
So which NCAA Tournament picks can you confidently make and which one is essential? Check out the latest Sweet 16 odds below, then visit SportsLine to see which teams win and cover the spread, all from a proven computer model that has crushed your college basketball picks and find out.
NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 odds, spreads, lines
Gonzaga vs. Arkansas (+8.5, 154.5)
Michigan vs. Villanova (-5, 135)
Texas Tech vs. Duke (+1, 136.5)
Houston vs. Arizona (-2, 145)
St. Peter’s against Purdue (-12.5, 135.5)
Providence vs. Kansas (-7.5, 141.5)
North Carolina vs. UCLA (-2, 142)
State of Iowa vs. Miami (-2.5, 133)