Harvard vs. Arizona Odds

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SALT LAKE CITY, UT (The Spread) - One of the biggest surprises of the second round was Harvard, which knocked off three-seed New Mexico. The Crimson will once again be heavy underdogs when they take on Arizona at 6:10PM ET tonight.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Arizona is a 10-point favorite over Harvard, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 132.5. The Wildcats are 26-7 overall while the Crimson enter play with a 20-9 record.

There hasn’t been any movement when it comes to the line or the total. Arizona opened as a 10-point favorite and that’s where the line currently sits at most sports books, while the over/under opened at 132.5 and it hasn’t budged either. Harvard enters play with a 14-12-1 record against the spread in lined games, while Arizona was 15-16 against the number this season.

Harvard is 5-0 against the spread in its last five non-conference games, 4-1 ATS in its last five neutral site games, and 5-0 ATS in its last five games versus a team with a win percentage of above. 600. The Crimson are also 6-0 ATS in their last six games versus a team with a winning straight up record, 5-1 ATS in their last six games following a straight up win, and 4-1 ATS in their last five games following an ATS win.

The Wildcats, meanwhile, are 4-0 against the spread in their last four NCAA Tournament games, 5-1 ATS in their last six Saturday games and 8-3 ATS in their last 11 non-conference games. But they’re also 4-10 against the number in their last 14 games versus a team with a win percentage above .600 and 2-6 ATS in their last eight games following an ATS win.

2013 March Madness Third Round Odds

525 Harvard +10 (132.5)

526 Arizona -10

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