Virginia, the lone No. 1 seed left in the tournament, will kick off Saturday's action against upset-minded Auburn, followed by Texas Tech-Michigan State.
Our college basketball experts -- Joe Fortenbaugh, Preston Johnson, Doug Kezirian and Jordan Schultz -- are here to help, giving their best bets for the Final Four of the men's NCAA tournament.
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Note: All odds are via Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook as of April 3. All times Eastern.
No. 5 Auburn Tigers vs. No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers (-5.5)
BPI line: Virginia -7.8
On the other side of the court, a Virginia team that ranked top-five in 3-point shooting this season, at more than 40 percent, shot just 29.8 percent in the tournament. The Cavaliers still won all three (and covered in two). Auburn will take a ton of 3s, and if any of the 3-point luck that has gone against Virginia flips the other way, this could wind up getting ugly. The number is short, regardless. Take Virginia.