Championship Game: Kansas vs. Memphis odds and preview
2008 NCAA March Madness Tournament has reached its culmination
point with the final game on Monday, leaving thousands of
bettors on the ropes after the underdog Kansas reached the end
of the road and a meeting with Memphis. Kansas won the game
against the ultimate favorite to win the March Madness, North
Carolina, and will face the Memphis Tigers for the final of the
2008 NCAA. But for many, Kansas could bring the big money, the
Jayhawks were the underdog of the Final Four with odds to win
the 2008 March Madness at 3/1. But don't cash that ticket yet,
as the final game is not yet over and Kansas are naturally the
underdog to win the tournament tonight.
At the online bookmaker
BodogLife the Memphis Tigers
hold the favorite odds to win the game at -130, while the Kansas
Jayhawks are sitting on underdog odds +110. The point spread for
the Kansas vs. Memphis is currently posted at -2 points
chalk the Tigers with the total at 147 points. Betting trends on
the 2008 NCAA Tournament Final Game show that Kansas, third in
the league in field goal percentage at 50.8, is 5-1 against the
spread in its last 6 games and Memphis is 4-2 against the spread
in its last 6 games. Also keep in mind when betting that the
total has gone UNDER in 5 of Kansas's last 5 games, while the
total has gone OVER in 5 of Memphis's last 5 games. Kansas'
Rodrick Stewart is out for the season with knee injury and
Memphis' Andre Allen is also out of the season with suspension.
But other than the two guards, the rest of the players in both
squads are ready to go for the final March Madness game. Visit
BodogLife for the full list of
the 2008 NCAA Championship game odds and props, including player
props and extraordinary bets.