South Carolina vs. Gonzaga Betting Line Settles in at Bulldogs -6

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Apr/01/2017

While most books had the South Carolina vs. Gonzaga betting line coming in at Zags -6.5 Saturday morning, BetOnline was holding at -6

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Action, however, was fairly balanced on this game with Gonzaga seeing 55 percent versus South Carolina at 45 percent.

Most books opened at -6.5 with the line tending to be set at -7 throughout much of the week.  There was the rare -7.5 and the aforementioned -6 at BetOnline Saturday morning.

The total for this game has been mostly steady at 138 with a few movements to 137.5.

Covers expert Steve Merril had this to say about South Carolina vs. Gonzaga:

“South Carolina is an excellent defensive team that allows just 64.9 points per game and 39.8% FG shooting (versus opponents that averaged 74.0 ppg and 44.3% this season).  However, the key to this game will be the health of South Carolina's leading scorer, Sindarius Thornwell (21.6 ppg) who is dealing with an illness.”

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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