Oregon vs. Louisville Odds

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN (TheSpread) – Top-seeded Louisville looks to get one step closer to the Final Four when it faces Oregon at 7:15PM ET in the Sweet 16.

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This game will be played from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana and is part of the Midwest Region with Louisville as the No. 1 seed and Oregon as the No. 12 seed (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Louisville is the clear favorite in this game, as the Cardinals have odds of -10.5 points against Oregon. The over/under total for this game has been set at 129.5 points. Opening odds had Louisville favored by 9.5 points. The spread was never lower than that, and is at its peak with Louisville favored by 10.5 points. These two last met in 2001, with Oregon getting a 90-63 victory.

Louisville reached this game by dominating Colorado State, 83-55. The Cardinals shot an impressive 31 of 55 from the floor and 5 of 9 from 3-point land in the victory. Defensively, Louisville forced Colorado State into 19 turnovers. Russ Smith led Louisville in the win, as he had 27 points and three rebounds in the victory. Louisville is now 31-5 on the season, 8-1 on a neutral floor and 22-14 against the spread.

Oregon reached the Sweet 16 by beating Saint Louis, 74-57. The Ducks went 28 of 53 from the field in the victory, including 8 of 11 from 3-point land. Oregon also had a 37-23 advantage on Saint Louis in rebounding, and held the Billikens to 3 of 21 shooting from 3-point land. Damyean Dotson had 23 points and three rebounds to lead Oregon in the win. The Ducks are now 28-8 on the season, 5-1 on a neutral floor and 15-18-1 against the spread.

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2013 March Madness Sweet 16 Odds – Oregon vs. Louisville

873 Oregon +10.5 Over 129.5

874 Louisville -10.5 Under 129.5

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