NCAA Baseball Regional Betting Odds: No. 1 Vols Heavy Favorites At Home

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The most dominant baseball season in Tennessee history keeps getting more and more dominant by the week. If the betting odds available at Tennessee’s sports betting apps for this week’s NCAA Regional are any indication, the dominance is likely to continue.

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The Vols (55-7) are the No. 1 overall seed for the NCAA Tournament, which begins with 16 4-team regionals beginning on Friday. Fresh off winning its first SEC Tournament title since 1995, Tennessee will host Georgia Tech, Campbell, and Alabama State at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

Tennessee opened the regional with a 10-0 win over Alabama State and followed that with a 12-7 win over Campbell on Saturday night. That win gives the Vols a berth in the regional final Sunday night, where they will face Georgia Tech the winner of Sunday’s early game over Campbell.

Georgia Tech will have to beat Tennessee twice to win the regional championship — once on Sunday night and once more on Monday. The Vols only need to win once.

The winner of the double-elimination tournament will advance to the NCAA Super Regionals to be played the following weekend. If the Vols advance, they’ll host the Super Regional and once again be heavy betting favorites just like they are this week.

Here is a closer look at the betting odds for this weekend’s games.

Vols Baseball Betting Odds For NCAA Regional

Several sportsbooks have listed odds for individual games during the NCAA Regionals, including the ones in Knoxville. DraftKings and Caesars have been the most consistent, with Caesars even listing run lines and totals.

Sunday’s early game between Campbell and Georgia Tech has been listed on both sportsbooks, and Tennessee’s game will likely be listed once the opponent is known. Here are the updated odds as of 6:30 p.m. ET Sunday.

Sunday gamesMoneyline (DraftKings)Total (Caesars)
Georgia Tech vs. Campbell, 2:06 p.m. ETGeorgia Tech -140
Campbell +110
Over 20 (-125)
Under 20 (-105)
Tennessee vs. Georgia Tech, 7:06 p.m. ETTennessee -550
Georgia Tech +360
Over 16 (-115)
Under 16 (-115)

DraftKings and FanDuel released odds for each team to win the regional championship before the tournament began. Here are the updated odds from DraftKings before Sunday’s games.

DraftKings Sportsbook:

  • Tennessee -2500
  • Georgia Tech +900
  • Campbell +2000

Tennessee Tops College World Series Odds

Tennessee is the overwhelming favorite to win the CWS title this year, and if the Vols get back to the big stage in Omaha they’ll certainly have extra motivation after going 0-2 last year. Here is a look at the odds to win the national championship.

TeamDraftKingsCaesarsFanDuel
Tennessee+250+135+250
Oregon State+900+900+800
Stanford+1200+1200+600
Texas+1500+2200+1500
LSU+1800+3500+3000
Virginia Tech+1800+1200+1200
Miami+2000+2000+2500
Oklahoma State +2500+2000+2500
Arkansas+2500+3500+5000
Texas A&M+2500+2500+3000

Vols Claim SEC Tournament Title, Rank High Nationally

Hopes were as high as they have ever been for the Vols when this season began, and a 24-game winning streak in the first half of the season solidified those feelings in a resounding fashion.

The winning streak catapulted the Vols to the No. 1 ranking in every poll, and the team never let go of that spot en route to winning the regular season SEC title by six games over Texas A&M with a 25-5 conference record.

Tennessee put an exclamation point on its SEC run with a 4-0 record in the conference tournament. The Vols outscored their opponents 35-10 in those games.

The NCAA statistics are further proof of Tennessee’s dominance. Here is a look at some of the categories in which Tennessee ranks near the top of the country.

  • ERA: 1st (2.37)
  • Hits allowed per 9 innings: 1st (6.15)
  • Home runs per game: 1st (2.45)
  • Slugging percentage: 1st (.613)
  • WHIP: 1st (0.95)
  • Runs per game: 3rd (9.4)
  • Shutouts: 3rd (8)
  • On base percentage 4th (.423)
  • Fielding Percentage: 7th (.982)

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