Loyola Chicago Ramblers (Chi) vs Michigan Wolverines
The Loyola Chicago Ramblers are 8-0 in battle with the spread and 7-1 right up with regard to their previous 8 games. So, as far as bets are concerned, they remain the underdog. Their streak will be tested once again this Saturday in the Final 4 matchup with the Michigan Wolverines.
OddsShark.com’s sportsbooks put the Ramblers as a 5.5-point underdog. They are the fourth No. 11 seed to make it to the Final 4 and possibly might be the first to make it to the championship game. The team has been favouring betters all season.
The Wolverines don’t look too bad either with 10-3 ATS and 13-0 SU in the last 13 matches. They have proven their skills throughout this tournament.
Players to watch out for are Cameron Krutwig on the Ramblers front and Mo Wagner on the Wolverines front. Wagner is an offensive who could just end up making Krutwig uncomfortable as far as offense goes. However, Krutwig’s passing skills and footwork can be leveraged by the Ramblers.
Predictions suggest Michigan will walk away with the win considering that their shooting rate from outside the arc is over 36%.