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Familiar foes meet as USC faces Oregon in the Sweet 16

by Mike Spector | Trojans Correspondent |
Tue, Mar 23rd 5:24pm EDT

In a matchup of the only game so far in this NCAA Tournament between two conference foes, the USC Trojans meet the Oregon Ducks in the last of four Sweet 16 matchups on Sunday. USC is currently 2.5 point favorites, per BettingPros consensus odds.

Betting Impact:

These teams met once in the regular season on February 22nd, when USC beat Oregon 72-58 at home. That was the lowest point total of the season for Oregon, and the only time they were held to fewer than 60 points all year. USC is coming off a dominant defensive performance in their last game, when they held Kansas to a season-low 51 points. USC has allowed just 53.5 PPG in two tournament games thus far, so it will be interesting to see if the under 138.5 gets the majority of the betting action. In addition, with last night’s cover, Trojans head coach Andy Enfield remains undefeated ATS in his career in the NCAA Tournament.

Game: ORE at USC Sun Mar 28th, 9:50pm ET | Categories: Line Movements