Odds for Tennessee vs. Creighton, score forecast: 2024 NCAA Tournament predictions, Sweet 16 wagers based on a tested methodology

Odds for Tennessee vs. Creighton, score forecast: 2024 NCAA Tournament predictions, Sweet 16 wagers based on a tested methodology

The victor of Purdue and Gonzaga’s battle will face the No. 2 seed Tennessee Volunteers and the No. 3 seed Creighton Bluejays in the Elite Eight of the 2024 NCAA Tournament on Friday in the Sweet 16 showdown. After defeating Saint Peter’s handily in the first round, Tennessee barely defeated Texas in the second round. After defeating Akron in the first round, Creighton needed double overtime to defeat Oregon in the second round.
The game will begin at 10:09 p.m. ET from the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. The Vols are 3.5-point favorites according to SportsLine consensus’s most recent Creighton vs. Tennessee odds, and the total points scored over/under is 146. You should review the SportsLine Projection Model’s college basketball predictions and betting recommendations before selecting a Tennessee vs. Creighton team.

10,000 simulations of every Division I college basketball game are run by the model. With a 152-109 record on all of the highest-rated college basketball choices going back to the previous season, it heads into the Sweet 16 stage of the 2024 NCAA tournament and has returned more than $1,800 for $100 players. It has also predicted 13 Sweet 16 teams this year and has a solid 32-21 (+890) record on top-rated spread selections this season. Anyone who has followed it has made significant profits.
The model has recently locked in its March Madness predictions and now has its eyes set on Tennessee versus. Creighton. Visit SportsLine right now to see the model’s selections. The following are some college basketball trends and odds for Tennessee vs. Creighton:

•Volunteers: 3 for Tennessee vs. Creighton spread

•Creighton vs. Tennessee over/under: 146 points

•Volunteers -177, Bluejays +147 is the money line for Tennessee vs. Creighton.

•TENN: In five of Tennessee’s last six games, the total has gone under.

•CREI: In their last six games, the Bluejays are 5-1 ATS.

•Picks for Tennessee vs. Creighton are available at SportsLine.

The reason Creighton can handle

Ryan Kalkbrenner, a senior center, dominates in the paint. Kalkbrenner has a delicate touch around the hoop and can deflect shots with his extended arms. 17.4 points, 7.6 rebounds, and 3.1 blocks are his averages per game. Kalkbrenner finished with 19 points, 14 rebounds, and five blocks in the victory against Oregon.
Steven Ashworth, a senior guard, gives the Bluejays an outside shooter who can knock down shots. Ashworth is an excellent catch-and-shoot player who has a pure jumping ability. The native of Utah averages 11.2 points, 4.2 assists, and 2.2 3-pointers per contest. Ashworth finished the last game with 21 points, four assists, and five three-pointers made.

The reason Tennessee is able to

Zakai Zeigler, a junior guard, is a very energetic player who handles the ball fearlessly. Zeigler is one of the fastest players on the floor and can be a cunning playmaker. He performs an outstanding job of setting up Dalton Knecht (21.1 ppg) and Jonas Aidoo (12 ppg), two of Tennessee’s leading scorers. In a game, Zeigler scores 11.7 points, dishes out six assists, and steals 1.8 balls. Zeigler finished with 11 points and 10 assists on March 21.
Senior guard Josiah-Jordan James is another dynamic facilitator with a plenty of big-game experience. James is often cutting to the basket for easy looks and battling on the boards. The native of South Carolina pulls down 8.2 and 6.5 rebounds each game. James had nine points and nine rebounds in his most recent game.

How to choose between Tennessee and Creighton

SportsLine’s model predicts that the teams will score 148 points in total, leaning towards the over. Additionally, according to the model, one side of the spread hits more than 60% of the time.

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