The 2022 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is down to the final two teams: Kansas and North Carolina. This evening, the best teams in the country will go head-to-head for the national championship.
In New Orleans on Saturday, these blue blood each won their respective Final Four games to secure a spot in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Game in 2022.
Find out all you need to know about tonight’s exciting game here. The full schedule for the UNC vs. Kansas matchup, including start time, TV channel, and live stream site, can be found below.
FanDuel has the most recent March Madness odds, as well as an updated NCAA Tournament bracket showing how the Jayhawks and Tar Heels got here.
2022 NCAA Tournament National Championship Game
Matchup: No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 8 North Carolina
Date: Monday, April 4
Start Time: 9:20 p.m. ET
Kansas vs. North Carolina Odds
A four-point spread favours Kansas in this matchup, and the public is generally in favour of the team.
Kansas has drawn 55% of all bets and 77% of the money wagered against the spread since opening as 4.5-point favourites.
Although the action has been rather lopsided, the majority of books have decreased the score of KU by half a point. That shows that the smart money is betting on UNC as an underdog in the national championship game.
Total: 152 points on the over/under. A high-scoring college basketball matchup is expected by the betting public, and this one is no exception.
Over 60 per cent of bets are on the over as of Monday morning. The 152-point total is viewed by many sharp bettors as a little overpriced, as evidenced by the fact that only 51% of the total bets went over.
Only a half-point has been added to the over-under since Saturday night’s game, which has remained stable since then.KU is a 200-point underdog, while UNC is a 160-point favourite.
Betting on the 2022 national championship game without taking into account the point spread will find Kansas as a -200 underdog to win the school’s fourth NCAA Tournament title. There is a 67% chance that Kansas will win tonight, but bettors must place a $2 bet to win $1.
North Carolina has a 38 per cent chance of pulling off another March Madness upset as a +160 underdog. If the Tar Heels win the NCAA Tournament for the seventh time in a row, each $1 bet would return $1.60 to the backers.