Michigan vs. Kansas Prop Odds
This game will be played from Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas and is part of the South Region with Kansas as the top seed and Michigan the fourth seed (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Kansas is the slim favorite in this game, as the Jayhawks have odds of -1.5 points against Michigan. The over/under total for this game has been set at 136 points.
Kansas has been led in the tournament by 7-foot senior center Jeff Withey. For tonight’s game, Withey has been given over/under odds of 27.5 for total points + rebounds + blocked shots. Withey is averaging 13.8 points, 8.5 rebounds and 3.9 blocks per game this season, totaling 26.2 per game. In the NCAA tournament, Withey has 33 points, 22 rebounds and 12 blocks, an average of 33.5. In 36 games this season, Withey has eclipsed 27.5 in 13 of the games.
Michigan has been led this season by Player of the Year candidate Trey Burke. The 6-0 sophomore point guard has been given over/under odds of 18.5 points for tonight’s game. Burke is averaging 18.8 points per game this season. Burke hasn’t had his best showing in the tournament, scoring just 24 points in two games, including a season-low 6 points against South Dakota State. Burke has had at least 19 points in 18 of the team’s 35 games.
2013 March Madness Sweet 16 Prop Odds – Michigan vs. Kansas
Team to score first: Michigan (-115) Kansas (-115)
Team to score last: Michigan (-115) Kansas (-115)
Team to score 10 points first: Michigan (-110) Kansas (-120)
Team to score 20 points first: Michigan (-105) Kansas (-125)
Total points for Michigan: Over/Under 67
Total points for Kansas: Over/Under 69
Total 3-point field goals made by both teams: Over/Under 12.5
Team to make first 3-point field goal: Michigan (-125) Kansas (-105)
Largest lead of the game: Over/Under 12.5 points
Total points for Trey Burke (Michigan): Over/Under 18.5
Total assists for Burke: Over/Under 6.5
Total points + rebounds for Tim Hardaway Jr. (Michigan): Over/Under 19.5
Total points for Glenn Robinson III (Michigan): Over/Under 11
Total points for Ben McLemore (Kansas): Over/Under 15
Total points + rebounds + blocks for Jeff Withey (Kansas): Over/Under 27.5
Total points for Travis Releford (Kansas): Over/Under 10.5
Total points + assists for Elijah Johnson (Kansas): Over/Under 13