2014 March Madness: Who is the most dangerous team heading into the sweet 16? Print
Written by Chase Diamond   
Wednesday, 26 March 2014 14:43

Most dangerous Sweet 16 team?

Michigan State Spartans Sweet 16 2014 NCAA Tournament odds

LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) – Who is the most dangerous team heading into the Sweet 16? It might not even be a No. 1 seed.

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There can be only one answer to this question and it’s Michigan State, as they are finally healthy and clicking on all cylinders.  I think Florida wins this tourney but if you ask me the most dangerous team it’s MSU as Florida went in expected to win everything. 

Michigan State has played all year with a patch work team and still managed to go 28-8, which is a tribute to their hall of fame coach Tom Izzo.  A player you should keep your eye on is Guard Gary Harris, as he makes his move to impress the NBA scouts to bolster his position in the NBA draft.

The Spartans have Virginia on deck next and that will be a true test of just how good this team is. If they get by them, a matchup with a much easier Iowa State or UConn team could be on deck for the Spartans. 

Take Michigan State to win the East region at +150 odds and make the Final Four as I have them losing to Florida.

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