While the Wofford Terriers are 0-2 SU in their two all-time appearances in the NCAA tournament, they are also 2-0 ATS.
15-seed Wofford should be right in its comfort zone as a 16-point underdog Thursday night in Milwaukee against the 2-seed Michigan Wolverines.
Wofford finished the season on an impressive 13-2 SU and 11-2-1 ATS run, capped off with three straight wins to lock up the Southern Conference Tournament. The Terriers finished 20th in the nation in defense allowing 62.4 points per game.
Wofford has two outright upsets in its last three games as an underdog.
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Michigan looked to be on its way to a 1-seed with a 7-0 SU and 4-3 ATS record heading into the Big Ten Championship Game, but the Wolverines fell short against Michigan State and had to settle for an at-large 2-seed.
Michigan is 7-2 ATS over its last nine NCAA Tournament games. Nik Stauskas leads the offense with 17.5 PPG.
The Texas Longhorns earned an at-large bid into the tournament with a 23-10 SU and 15-15 ATS record this season. Texas is 14-2 SU and 8-8 ATS this season as a betting favorite but has gone just 2-6 ATS over its last eight games.
The Longhorns are 0-4 ATS over their last four NCAA Tournament games.
Arizona State finished the season on a 2-5 SU and 2-4-1 ATS skid including losses in all three of its final games, but still locked up an at-large bid with a 21-11 SU record on the season.
The Sun Devils didn't fare well as an underdog this season going 2-8-1 ATS in games in which they were not favored.
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