The notorious upset pick has been the 5-12 matches and Oklahoma State-Oregon has been the subject of many upset-minded conversations. College basketball odds are posted at Top Bet sportsbook.
Oklahoma State (24-8) had an outstanding season this year in the Big 12 and surprised many people with their incredible backcourt of Markel Brown and Marcus Smart. Notable wins have come against Baylor (twice), on the road at Kansas, at home to Iowa State, Oklahoma and Kansas State. The Cowboys lost six games in conference play with five of them during the regular season. All losses are very acceptable against Kansas, Kansas State (twice), Oklahoma, Baylor and Iowa State. Four of those teams are currently sitting in the Tournament.
Oregon (26-8) is very much looking up after their tremendous finish to the season. At one point, Oregon was sitting just outside of the top 10 but then started to drop off the map after losing three games in a row to Stanford, California and Colorado. The Ducks have a scoring attack that comes from all angles as three people average about 11 points per game (EJ Singler, Carlos Emory and Damyean Dotson). Oregon was the 3-seed in the Pac-12 tournament and defeated Washington, Utah and UCLA on their way to winning the conference tournament championship.
Oklahoma State is 15-14-2 against the spread this season and 5-2 after a loss. Oregon is 13-18-1 ATS and 12-11-1 after a victory.
I think Oregon got snubbed a little bit when it comes to their seed and have the coaching and athletics advantage now that the Ducks are fully healthy. To take Oregon Click Here.