A Sweet 16 NCAA Tournament matchup features the No. 2 Texas Longhorns (28-8) and No. 3 Xavier Musketeers (27-9) to decide which of the teams is heading to the Midwest Regional final when it tips off on Friday at T-Mobile Center, beginning at 9:45 PM, airing on CBS.

Find odds, spreads, over/unders and more from multiple sportsbooks in this article for the Texas vs. Xavier matchup.

Texas vs. Xavier Game Info

  • When: Friday, March 24, 2023 at 9:45 PM ET
  • Where: T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri
  • How to Watch on TV: CBS

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Texas vs. Xavier Odds, Spread, Over/Under

See the odds, spread and over/under for this matchup listed on individual sportsbooks.

Favorite Total Texas Moneyline Xavier Moneyline
BetMGM Texas (-4.5) 148.5 -190 +160 Bet on this game with BetMGM
DraftKings Texas (-4) 148 -190 +160 Bet on this game with DraftKings
PointsBet Texas (-4) - - - Bet on this game with PointsBet

Texas vs. Xavier Betting Trends

  • Texas has covered 18 times in 36 matchups with a spread this season.
  • The Longhorns and their opponents have combined to go over the point total 16 out of 36 times this season.
  • Xavier has put together a 19-15-0 ATS record so far this season.
  • The Musketeers and their opponents have combined to hit the over 21 out of 34 times this season.

Texas Futures Odds

  • Odds to win the national championship: +1000
  • Sportsbooks rate Texas equally compared to the computer rankings, sixth-best in the country.
  • In terms of their national championship odds, the Longhorns have experienced the 75th-biggest change this season, improving from +2200 at the beginning to +1000.
  • Texas has a 9.1% chance of winning the national championship, based on its moneyline odds.

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