NCAA Bracket 2018: Odds and Predictions for Sweet 16 Showdowns
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Following a weekend in which upsets became a normal occurrence, it's hard to trust all of the favored teams in the Sweet 16.

Although your NCAA men's basketball tournament bracket is likely busted, there's still an opportunity to make money off some of the blue bloods of the sport on Thursday and Friday.

With only two teams favored to win by more than five points, you should be able to throw your trust behind a favorite to win straight up and cover.

Even in the two occurrences in which the...

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