March Madness 2017: Betting lines, point spreads for Elite Eight games

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Here are the betting lines for the Elite Eight of the 2017 NCAA Tournament.

Point spreads and totals are the Las Vegas consensus as of about 5:15a.m. ET Saturday.

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NCAA Tournament odds, point spreads: Elite Eight

West Region (Saturday)

No. 11 Xavier vs. No. 1 Gonzaga, San Jose, Calif. (6:09 p.m. ET, TBS)
Point spread: Gonzaga -8
Total: 145
Notes: The Musketeers are here after upsets of Maryland, Florida State and Arizona. Value shoppers could get them at +8.5 from the MGM Mirage and Wynn Las Vegas. The total ranged between 145 and 146 as of early Saturday.

Midwest Region (Saturday)

No. 3 Oregon vs. No. 1 Kansas, Kansas City, Mo. (8:49 p.m., TBS)
Point spread: Kansas -7
Total: 156.5
Notes: Kansas was available at -6.5 from the MGM Mirage and CG Technology. The over/under was as high as 157, by Stations. The Jayhawks get the benefit of essentially playing at home in KC. They reached the regional final by burying Purdue 98-66 in the Sweet 16.

East Region (Sunday)

No. 7 South Carolina vs. No. 4 Florida, New York (2:20 p.m., CBS)
Point spread: Florida -3 (-107)
Total: N/A
Notes: This is a preliminary consensus line; sportsbooks in Vegas had yet to post individual numbers. The SEC rivals met twice during the regular season, with each team winning and covering on its home court. South Carolina (-2) won 57-53 on Jan. 18; Florida (-7.5) won 81-66 on Feb. 21. The O/U was split 1-1, as well.

South Region (Sunday)

No. 2 Kentucky vs. No. 1 North Carolina, Memphis, Tenn. (5:05 p.m., CBS)
Point spread: North Carolina -3 (-104)
Total: 156
Notes: Again, this an early consensus line, but the prices for this marquee matchup were already fluctuating early Saturday. UNC -3 moved from -105to -104, with Kentucky +3 inching up from -115 to -116. Likewise, the price on the total had shifted; the over rose from -115 to -120, while the under dropped from -105 to EVEN.

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