High Scoring Gonzaga And Baylor To Settle The Score in College Basketball Championship Game

The college basketball championship game should be superb, as top seeds Gonzaga (-4.5) and Baylor settle the score. The two highest scoring teams will decide the 2021 national championship, and I chip in some scoring situations and insight in my update at Offshore Gaming Association.

I also add picks, players and props in my college basketball championship coverage at Forbes.

Gonzaga and Baylor made it through the Elite Eight as top seeds to the Final Four, and have proven they have the keys to NCAA Tournament success as they play for the college basketball championship.

The championship game is close to evenly split in point spread betting with some sportsbooks having a little more money on Gonzaga, and others with some sharper action on Baylor. Most leading online sportsbooks are pulling for Baylor to win to avoid a loss in the futures market, which was heavily bet on Gonzaga.

Many championship game props available at top online sportsbooks, including William Hill.

More college basketball championship game chip-ins and information you can bet on at TheLines, where I contribute sports betting, handicapping and information you can bet on. Betting and match-up analysis between Gonzaga and Baylor, where the total is 159 to 159.5 at leading online sportsbooks like FanDuel, DraftKings, BetMGM, William Hill and Circa Sports in Las Vegas.


Read my updates and links for more, including a prop play on Gonzaga senior guard Joel Ayayi, who shoots to go out in style in his final collegiate game. Player props including scoring, assists, rebounds and more available at leading online sportsbooks like FanDuel.

We may not get the thrilling finish like Jalen Suggs produced in the Gonzaga/UCLA national semifinal game, but Baylor and Gonzaga is what bettors and fans of NCAA Tournament brackets wanted to see.

You can bet on it.

Author: FairwayJay is a leading national sports betting analyst, writer, handicapper and sports betting insider providing insight and information you can bet on for nearly two decades from Las Vegas. He chips in additional sports betting coverage and reporting on industry news and events for leading media and sports betting sites and companies. Follow him on Twitter: @FairwayJay