The 2023 NCAA Tournament started with 68 teams and now is down to 16 after an exciting first weekend of March Madness action. With all of the regional semifinal matchups set, teams will look to get ahead just two wins away from reaching the Final Four.
While some programs see the Sweet 16 as familiar ground, for others this weekend is uncharted territory. Considering what went down during the first weekend, more unexpected opportunities might happen.
We have you covered with everything you need to know to make the smartest wagers during the second weekend of the NCAA tournament and how to handle March Madness moving forward.
All odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook
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