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BetMGM Sportsbook opened North Carolina as a 7.5-point favorite over Saint Peter’s in Sunday’s contest at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Underdog supporters could find +8.5 on Saint Peter’s at Circa Sports. The Heels opened as -350 favorites on the moneyline. Bettors should remember to shop around for the best Elite Eight odds offered around the betting market.

The total opened at 136.5. North Carolina has averaged 87 points across their three tournament games. Saint Peter’s, meanwhile, has poured in an average of 74 points across three contests.

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Saint Peter’s continues dream run, North Carolina remains hot

The Peacocks continue to fly. Their win over Purdue marked their 10th consecutive win — straight-up and against the number. No spread has been too large. They beat Kentucky in spite of +18 odds and took down Purdue as +13 underdogs.

Three Peacocks scored in double-figures en route to upending the Boilermakers. Daryl Banks III (14), Clarence Rupert (11), and Doug Edert (10) led the scoring charge. Rupert has only scored at least 10 points in three games, so it may be up to Banks and Edert to remain sharp.

North Carolina is on a run of their own. The Heels have gone 9-1 over their last 10, including 8-2 against the spread. They’ve been underdogs in their last two tournament matchups, but will resume the role of favorite on Sunday.

The Heels have been particularly dangerous of late because they have a number of players capable of carrying the offensive load. Guard Caleb Love led the way with 30 points on Friday, but guard R.J. Davis and big men Brady Manek and Armando Bacot are capable of lighting up the box score.

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Craig Williams

Craig Williams is a Charlotte-based writer for Gaming Today, who has worked professionally in the gaming, fantasy sports, and sports business industries. He’s an avid fantasy football player, managing over 100 leagues across multiple formats. When he’s not pouring over Vegas odds and statistics, he’s indulging in soccer and enjoys anything from LigaMX to Champions League.

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