March Madness Bubble Watch: C-USA, MAC and Mountain West

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We have a newer feature here at ScoresandStats.com where we start to take a closer look at who will make the field of 68 for the NCAA Tournament. We will delve into most major conferences and look into what teams need to keep winning not only this week but in the future if they want an invite to the Big Dance.

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This week we will look at three conferences, who despite having more brand names, at least as a mid-major in college basketball, are likely to only receive one bid per league. Whether that is fair, that’s an argument that could go on for hours, but rest assured, any of these bubble teams we will talk about would have a near or better than a 50-50 chance to defeat any of the last four in teams that will probably come from major conferences.

Betting Look at thttp://www.statfox.com/cbb/standings.asphe Conference USA Bubble –

Most assume and probably rightly so Old Dominion will win the regular season title in C-USA action and hopefully for their sake if true, the conference tournament. While anything is possible, we cannot overlook one C-USA club in particular.

North Texas –  The Mean Green is 19-4 this season and is tied with ODU and UTSA in losses with three in conference play. They are a unknown quantity which is why they are not receiving any street cred nationally. No doubt their nonconference slate is not going to help them, yet, North Texas is 13th in fewest points allowed at 62.2 PG and hold teams to 40.6% shooting. While their 7-11-2 ATS record is not good, that has mostly come at home where they are 2-7-1 ATS, despite winning by 14.3 PPG. A more deserving snapshot is 5-1 and 4-1-1 ATS mark as a road favorite. The Mean Green will probably have to win the C-USA tourney to get, which might be too bad.

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