Sixty-seven March Madness games. That means 67 March Madness picks and predictions articles.
That's what we committed to with the 2023 NCAA Tournament.
After weeks of free college basketball picks — we will reach the summit: the 2024 NCAA Tournament. Check out below to see what kind of picks we will offer on the best basketball tournament of the year.
National Championship pick
Once the teams and matchups are known, we'll post our picks right here on this page. Read our analysis, then use our college basketball odds comparison tool to ensure you get the best March Madness odds.
March Madness schedule
|March 17||Selection Sunday|
|March 19-20||First Four|
|March 21-22||First Round|
|March 23-24||Second Round|
|March 28-29||Sweet 16|
|March 30-31||Elite Eight|
|April 6||Final Four|
|April 8||National Championship Game|
Where can I make March Madness picks?
With March Madness being one of the most popular betting events of the year, every betting site will offer March Madness odds. But the best sites are safe and secure, offer a wide range of banking options, and give you a ton of markets for each game for your March Madness bets. Check out the best March Madness betting sites in your region and check out our free NCAAB Picks page for the best March Madness bets.
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Our analysts have spent countless hours following the 2022-23 college basketball season and are ready for the Big Dance. They start by looking at the game odds and then dive deep into the NCAAB matchups, looking for value and delivering well-thought-out March Madness bets and March Madness predictions. To learn more making picks on college basketball games, read our guide on how to bet on March Madness.
March Madness picks FAQs
March Madness betting picks are recommendations from the Covers betting analysts for which wagers to make for individual NCAA Tournament games.
Covers roster of college basketball betting experts make picks on every game of the NCAA Tournament.
Our analysts will deliver a minimum of three picks for all 67 March Madness games, meaning they will make over 200 picks for the NCAA Tournament.