Tennessee vs South Carolina Betting Prediction, Odds for 3/6/24

Tennessee vs South Carolina Betting Prediction, Odds for 3/6/24

Tennessee vs South Carolina Betting prediction and wagering odds for this game set for March 6, 2024. Place a bet on this college basketball game now.

Tennessee vs South Carolina Betting Odds

These are the Tennessee vs South Carolina Betting odds:

TENNESSEE -5.5 -230 Over 139.5
SOUTH CAROLINA +5.5 +190 Under 139.5

Tennessee vs South Carolina Prediction

Here is our Tennessee vs South Carolina Betting prediction.

The Tennessee Volunteers will visit Colonial Life Arena on Wednesday to play the South Carolina Gamecocks. The games between teams in the Southeastern Conference start at 7:00 p.m. ET.

The over/under for the game is 140 points, and the Volunteers are five-point favorites.

Alabama lost to Tennessee 81–74 on Saturday. Tennessee is now 23-6 SU, 15-13-1 ATS, and 16-12-1 O/U. With a 13-3 record, the Vols are the best team in the SEC.

Florida lost to South Carolina 82–76 on Saturday. South Carolina is now 24-5 SU, 21-8 ATS, and 14–15 O/U. Both the Gamecocks and Alabama are in second place with 12-4 marks.

On January 30, USC beat UT 63–59. Both teams had a hard time scoring, but the Gamecocks beat the Volunteers by making 15 of their 18 free throws. TN beat South Carolina 28–18 in the paint, but they only made 5–21 shots from beyond the arc (23.8%) and 12–20 free throws (60.0%).

Tennessee Volunteers Bettion Prediction

Tennessee averages 80.7 points per game, which ranks 38th, and makes 45.4% of its shots, ranking 134th. Of those shots, 34.7 percent come from beyond the line, ranking 144th. UT makes 74.6 percent of its free throws, which ranks 75th. They also score 36.3 rebounds, 17.0 assists, and 10.3 turnovers per game.

The Volunteers give up 67.4 points per game (61st), making 38.3 percent of their shots (1st), including 30.7 percent from three-point range (31st). They also give up 32.1 boards per game (221st). It takes 17.7 fouls (240th) and 4.8 blocks (29th) for UT to get a game.

Tennessee comes in at number five on KenPom’s list of states. It is 67th in tempo (schedule-adjusted), 18th in offensive efficiency, and 3rd in defense efficiency for the Vols.

  • Volunteers Injuries: G Myles Stute (9.0 PPG) is doubtful because he hurt his knee.

USC can claim a share of the SEC title, its first since 1997-98

South Carolina scores 72.1 points per game on 44.1 percent of its shots, which is 223rd best, and 34.2 percent from beyond the line, which is 174th best. The USC offense makes 71.6 percent of its free throws, which ranks them 201st. They also average 32.0 boards, 15.5 assists, and 10.2 turnovers per game.

They give up 65.6 points per game (27th), 42.1 percent shooting (78th), and 33.1 percent from three-point range (151st). They also give up 28.6 rebounds per game (29th). In a game, USC gets 3.2 blocks (190th), 4.8 steals (334th), and 15.9 fouls (92nd).

According to KenPom, South Carolina is the 44th best state in the country. Rankings: 52nd for offensive efficiency, 42nd for defensive efficiency, and 354th for pace (adjusted for schedule).

Gamecocks Injuries: There were no accidents to report.

Best Bet for this Game

The Vols have played some tough games at the end of the regular season, which has won them the reputation of being a tough team. Next up, they’ll play 17th-ranked USC and 15th-ranked Kentucky.

Before that, they beat top Auburn and Alabama teams. The SEC tournament and the NCAA tournament come next. Will Tennessee be tough enough to hold on for a win in Columbia, where they have no wiggle room?

I think it might be able to. The last time these two teams played, UT lost by four points to South Carolina. They will be ready for a fight tomorrow night. When it comes to three-point shots, I don’t think the Vols will shoot as badly as they did in the first game.

Junior guard Dalton Knecht scored 31 points in that game by making 11 of 24 field goals and 8 of 8 three-point shots. It was one of six times this season that he scored 30 points, and USC’s defense couldn’t stop him.

South Carolina will have a tough time stopping Tennessee at the basket, where Tennessee blocks 16.2 percent of South Carolina’s shots and holds them to 50.1% shooting.

The Vols also get loose balls (eight steals per game), which makes it easier for the guests to score in transition. If that happens, USC (354th in adjusted speed) might not be able to keep up with the other teams.

The Vols are 5-1 ATS in their last six games, so bet on them to win and cover on Wednesday!

Prediction: Tennessee -5

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