Ohio State vs. Kansas Prop Odds

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(TheSpread) – Ohio State and Kansas face off in the second game in Saturday’s Final Four. Here is a look at some prop odds for this contest.

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Ohio State enters the game as a 2.5-point favorite against Kansas on Saturday. When looking at the point totals for each team, oddsmakers have set an over/under of 70 points for Ohio State and 67.5 points for Kansas. This season, the Buckeyes are scoring 75 points per game while Kansas is allowing 61.6 points per game. Kansas is scoring 74.1 points per game while the Buckeyes give up 59.7 per contest. When these two met earlier this season at Kansas, the Jayhawks won by a score of 78-67.

When looking at individual odds, Ohio State guard William Buford has been given over/under odds of 13.5 points for Saturday’s game. Buford is averaging 14.4 points per game this season and he is averaging just under 12 points per game in the NCAA Tournament. In the loss to Kansas earlier this season, Buford had 21 points on 8 of 23 shooting.

For Kansas, Thomas Robinson has been given over/under odds of 12 rebounds for Saturday’s game. The 6-10 junior forward is averaging 11.8 rebounds per game this season and 12.5 per game during the NCAA Tournament. In the first meeting with Ohio State, Robinson had just 7 rebounds in 30 minutes of play. That tied for his lowest rebound total of any game this season.

For complete prop odds and wagers for this national semifinal, see below.

2012 Final Four Prop Odds & Wagers – Ohio State vs. Kansas

Team to score first: Ohio State (-120) Kansas (-110)

Team to score last: Ohio State (-115) Kansas (-115)

Team to score 10 points first: Ohio State (-125) Kansas (-105)

Team to score 20 points first: Ohio State (-130) Kansas (+100)

Team to score 30 points first: Ohio State (-140) Kansas (+110)

Total points for Ohio State: Over/Under 70

Total points for Kansas Over/Under 67.5

Total 3-point field goals made by both teams: Over/Under 10.5

Team to make the first 3-point field goal: Ohio State (+100) Kansas (-130)

Largest lead of the game: Over/Under 12 points

Will the game total be odd or even: Odd (-105) Even (-105)

Total points for Ohio State: Odd (-105) Even (-105)

Total points for Kansas: Odd (-105) Even (-105)

Total points+rebounds for Jared Sullinger (Ohio State): Over/Under 27

Total blocked shots for Sullinger: Over/Under 1.5

Total made free throws for Sullinger: Over/Under 5.5

Total points for Deshaun Thomas (Ohio State): Over/Under 16.5

Total rebounds+assists for Thomas: Over/Under 7.5

Total made 3-point field goals for Thomas: Over/Under 1.5

Total points for William Buford (Ohio State) Over/Under 13.5

Total rebounds+assists for Buford: Over/Under 7.5

Total made 3-point field goals for Buford: Over/Under 1.5

Total points+rebounds+assists for Aaron Craft (Ohio State): Over/Under 17.5

Total steals for Craft: Over/Under 2.5

Total made free throws for Craft: Over/Under 2.5

Total points for Lenzelle Smith Jr. (Ohio State): Over/Under 7.5

Total rebounds+assists for Smith Jr.: Over/Under 6.5

Total points for Thomas Robinson (Kansas): Over/Under 18

Total rebounds for Robinson: Over/Under 12

Total made free throws for Robinson: Over/Under 4.5

Total points+rebounds+assists for Tyshawn Taylor: Over/Under 23.5

Total made 3-point field goals for Taylor: Over/Under 1.5

Total steals for Taylor: Over/Under 1.5

Total points for Elijah Johnson (Kansas): Over/Under 10.5

Total rebounds+assists for Johnson: Over/Under 6.5

Total made 3-point field goals for Johnson: Over/Under 1.5

Total points+rebounds for Jeff Withey (Kansas): Over/Under 14.5

Total blocks for Withey: Over/Under 3.5

Total points for Travis Releford (Kansas): Over/Under 8.5

Total rebounds+assists for Releford: Over/Under 6.5

Total points for Conner Teahan (Kansas): Over/Under 5.5

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