Gambling911.com has your 2017 March Madness bookie guide for the Baylor Bears. Though the Bears enter March with a 25-6 record Straight Up, books have kept bettors at bay with Baylor thanks to a less intimidating 14-12 record Against The Spread.
ESPN.com offered this summary of how Baylor was likely to perform in this year’s tournament:
The November/December version of Baylor knocked off Louisville, Xavier, Oregon, Michigan State and VCU. But does anyone believe a Baylor squad that entered Monday's matchup against West Virginia after losing five of eight -- mimicking the late-season collapses in 2012, 2013 and 2016 -- will reach the Final Four? You think they're going to Glendale?
Indeed, the Bears have only won five of their last ten outright and covered in half of their last ten as well.
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