How to bet the women's games on Saturday

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Friday brought plenty of excitement in the women’s NCAA tournament. So which games should you bet on for Saturday? And which should you avoid?

Our experts Charlie Creme, Tyler Fulghum and Mackenzie Kraemer provide their take.

What’s your favorite pick against the spread?

Tennessee -7.5 vs. Green Bay. The Lady Vols are just 4-4 in their past 8 games played, but those losses have come against South Carolina (three times) and LSU. This number would likely be higher if their end-of-season schedule wasn’t so difficult. — Fulghum

What’s your ‘favorite favorite’ that’s under -200 moneyline?

Kansas (-125) vs. Michigan. Kansas put together a steady second half of the season, while backing the Wolverines was a roller coaster all year. Michigan’s offense simply can’t be trusted. — Creme

What’s your favorite upset pick?

UNLV (+105) over Creighton. Two years ago, the Lady Rebels covered in the first round against Arizona. This year they are underseeded and are ready to break through for the program’s first NCAA tournament win since 1991. — Creme

Florida Gulf Coast (+230) over Oklahoma. ESPN Analytics thinks this spread should be much closer. FGCU is battle-tested and pulled off 12-5 upsets in each of the past two NCAA tournaments, and the Eagles are poised to do it again. — Kraemer

What’s your favorite pick against the point total?

Green Bay-Tennessee UNDER 136.5. With a pace ranked 324th in the country, don’t expect the Phoenix to get out of the 50s. The Lady Vols aren’t explosive enough to make up the difference. — Creme

Which game are you avoiding entirely?

Kansas vs. Michigan. Good luck trying to figure out this coin flip. The spread is 1.5 points in favor of the Jayhawks, but this game has the tightest moneyline pricing in the Round of 64 with Kansas at -125 and Michigan -110. — Fulghum

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