The Best NCAA Basketball March Madness (South Region) Predictions, News, Notes, and Odds for Thursday, March 15, 2018: Buffalo Bulls vs. Arizona Wildcats.

Written and authored by College Basketball March Madness Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. produces it for Basketball Betting news and notes.

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The (26-8) and Thirteenth Seed Buffalo Bulls of the Mid American Conference are in the largest city of the “POTATO STATE” for their opening round match.

Buffalo the (27-7) and Number Four Arizona Wildcats of the PAC-Twelve. Tip-off is 9:40 PM EST.

The game is on Thursday, March 14, 2018. The teams will play at Taco Bell Arena on the campus of Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. The CBS Television network will broadcast the game.

The Buffalo Bulls are a high scoring offense and hasone of the brightest young minds in College Basketball leading them. Buffalo won the 2018 MAC regular season and Tournament to get the automatic bid.

Arizona, on the other hand, has some issues off of the court coming into the first round as the program is under a microscope. However, the team remains in focus to advance.

The opening betting line has Buffalo as an eight and a half-point underdog against the spread on a neutral court. The betting odds total is 159′ points for Thursday’s game.


The 2018 Buffalo Bulls enter the NCAA Tournament on a six-game winning streak. Buffalo beat Toledo to capture the Mid American Conference Tournament title.

A lot of the credit to success in Western New York belongs to forty-three-year-old head coach Nate Oates who will probably get an offer at a power conference school in the next few years.

The Bulls love to play at a fast pace and will launch the three-point shot with regularity.

Junior Guard C.J. Massenburg and two-time conference sixth man of the year Nick Perkins are two players fans should keep an eye on Thursday Night.

Junior College transfer Jeremy Harris is third on the team in scoring with a little over fifteen points per game.

The “EMPIRE STATE” will have three institutes playing on Thursday with Iona, and St.Bonaventure also taking the floor at various venues.

Buffalo has all of the tools to pull of an epic upset with all of the confusion going on at the University of Arizona.

Bovada.Lv, list the Buffalo Bulls at +16,500 to win the 2018 Men’s College Basketball March Madness South Region Title.


The Arizona Wildcats won eight of their last ten straight up and are 6-4 ATS their last ten.

Freshman forward Deandre Ayton is the consensus number-one overall pick in the 2018 NBA draft after his dominance in the conference tournament.

Seattle, Washington native Allonzo Trier, has fans in the “GRAND CANYON STATE” believing in karma as nearly a few decades ago Jason Terry who is another of the “PACIFIC NORTHWEST” helped the Wildcats cut down the nets.

Head Coach Sean Miller understands what is going on internally with the program and insists his innocence.

In the meantime, the University of Arizona will focus on advancing past the first round.

Ayton should have his way with a Buffalo defense that is less the spectacular, but one the Bulls start making baskets from the perimeter it could cause problems.

The key to a Wildcats victory is to play through their talented freshman.

Bovada.Lv lists the 2018 Arizona Wildcats at +475 to win the March Madness South Region.


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