NCAA Tournament 2023 Stats And Profiles: No. 1 and No. 2 Seeds South And Midwest Regions
March Madness is set to tipoff and the 2023 NCAA Tournament is set for record wagering, as I outline in Forbes via the American Gaming Association. I’ve outlined the stats and profiles for the top teams in my coverage for OSGA. The No. 1 and No. 2 seeds in the South and Midwest regions will be popular picks to reach the Final Four and cut down the nets.
Check out the stats and profiles, including No. 1 and No. 2 seeds in the East and West regions. Also, the top defensive teams are ones to watch as you evaluate the round-by-round matchups in the 2023 NCAA Tournament.
A March Madness primer and my keys to NCAA Tournament success may also assist you in your pursuit of profit when wagering on college basketball and March Madness.
Opening round odds are also provided in my bracket and breakdown NCAA Tournament coverage for Forbes, and lines and odds are always subject to change.
See the South and Midwest Region top seeds (No. 1 and No. 2) profiles and additional detailed stats and odds in my NCAA Tournament coverage at Off Shore Gaming Association.
South Region – No. 1 and No. 2 seeds
No. 1 Alabama (29-5), including 19-14-1 ATS
KenPom Strength of Schedule: 9
KenPom Stats: Adjusted Offense No. 19, Defense No. 3, including No. 1 FG% defense
Alabama’s NET ranking is No. 2, and the Crimson Tide went 13-5 vs Quad 1 opponents and 6-0 vs Quad 2.
No. 2 Arizona (28-6), including 17-16-1 ATS
KenPom Strength of Schedule: 36
KenPom Stats: Adjusted Offense No. 4 including No. 3 effective FG%. Defense No. 41
Arizona’s NET ranking is No. and the Wildcats went 9-2 vs Quad 1 and 7-4 vs Quad 2 opponents.
Midwest Region – No. 1 and No. 2 seeds
No. 1 Houston (31-3), including 18-16 ATS
KenPom Strength of Schedule: 92
KenPom Stats: Adjusted Offense No. 11, Defense No. 4, including top-4 in effective FG% defense and both 3-point and 2-point FG% defense.
Houston’s NET ranking is No. 1 and the Cougars went 7-2 vs Quad 1 and 8-0 vs Quad 2 opponents.
No. 2 Texas (26-8), including 17-17 ATS
KenPom Strength of Schedule: 8
KenPom Stats: Adjusted Offense No. 18, Defense No. 11
Texas’ NET ranking is No. 7 and the Longhorns went 14-8 vs Quad 1 and 4-0 vs Quad 2 opponents.