March is here, which means the madness is about to start. Pay per head agents must prepare. Check out the top teams in the SEC that are on your players’ radar.
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BA’s 2023 SEC March Madness Preview
Alabama Crimson Tide
Regarding college sports, the name Alabama Crimson Tide brings up visions of the gridiron and crystal National Championship footballs. But as of Feb. 24, Bama is 24-4 overall and 14-1 in the Southeastern Conference.
Bama is the only team in the SEC that has a shot at a 1-seed in the March Madness Tournament. The issue, of course, is that top player Brandon Miller may or may not be in an Alabama uniform for long.
Whether Miller plays or not, Alabama will attract plenty of action on your bookie website. Use your layoff account to cut your exposure to risky bets.
The Vols are 9-6 in the conference but 20-8 overall. If Tennessee wins the SEC Conference Tournament, as they did in 2022, the Vols will attract a 2 to 4 seed.
Undoubtedly, online betting bookies will see money land onto Tennessee. Depending on where the Selection Committee places the Vols, Tennessee could make it all the way to the Final Four.
One thing to keep in mind about the Volunteers? They played a brutal out of conference schedule, which should set them up for success. Using the layoff account might be necessary to mitigate losses.
Texas A&M Aggies
The Aggies NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament success hinges on the play of point guard Wade Taylor. Wade leads A&M in points per game as well as assists each contest.
The 21-7 Aggies are a lock to make the NCAA Tournament field even if A&M bombs in the SEC conference tourney.
Once there, if Taylor is hot, the Aggies could upset higher seeded squads on their way to a surprising Elite Eight berth. Again, it all depends on Taylor.
Successful sports businesses offering betting options should ensure they’ve got limits on Texas A&M. The Aggies can get it done, which means a bookmaker could get burned without limits.
Big Blue boasts reigning Naismith Player of the Year Oscar Tshiebwe. Oscar is one of many high-profile players on Kentucky’s squad.
Sahvir Wheeler averages 5.6 assists per game. Kentucky turned it up in February, beating Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Florida.
If Coach Calipari’s squad can continue their decent play in the SEC Tournament, the Selection Committee will notice. Kentucky is one of the most historic college basketball programs in the nation.
The committee knows that adding Kentucky to the tournament is a huge positive. Sportsbook software agents should expect the Wildcats to attract plenty of action once Big Blue knows their seed.
The Hogs send one of the top inside-outside games in college hoops to the floor. Freshman point guard Anthony Black and Arkansas points leader Ricky Council IV can take the Hogs a long way.
Arkansas had a tough stretch where they lost four straight to Auburn, Alabama, Vanderbilt, and Missouri, but the Hogs have turned it around since the losing streak.
Not counting their Feb. 25 matchup versus Bama, Arkansas won 7-of-10 from Jan. 21 to Feb. 21. During the stretch, the Hogs beat Kentucky, Texas A&M, and Florida.
If Arkansas secures a bid to the 2023 NCAA March Madness Tournament, bookmaker software agents had better set max limits on the Hogs to win it all. Not doing so could prove to be disastrous.
Among every team in this SEC March Madness Preview, Arkansas appears to be the one most vulnerable to staying home during the tournament.
The Tigers lost 6-of-9 from Jan. 25 to Feb. 22. Some losses were downright ugly, like falling to Texas A&M by 16.
To make matters more dire for Auburn and its fans, the Tigers finish the regular season at Kentucky, at Alabama, and at home versus Tennessee. If things continue to go south for Auburn, the Tigers may require an SEC Conference Tournament victory to garner a bid to the NCAA Tournament.
For now, online bookies mustn’t worry so much about the Auburn Tigers. If Auburn makes the Big Dance, good for them. But if they don’t, there is no need to worry.
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