The first weekend of the NCAA tournament is officially in the books and the Oregon Ducks have made their way into the Sweet 16.
The West Region of the Sweet 16 has the Ducks facing off against the USC Trojans.
While the Big Ten and Big 12 received the majority of the hype for most of the season, the Pac-12 has stood out above all - four schools still stand in the tournament.
With that said, odds provided by our partners at PoinstBet have updated odds for the matchup between the Ducks and the Trojans.
Here is what they got:
Oregon: +2.5 (-109)
Trojans: -2.5 (-109)
O/U: 139.5 (-109)
PointstBet currently has the Trojans leading the odds at -2.5 with the money line set at -145.
The Ducks were able to power past two-seed Iowa in the second round 95-80 score as 4.5-point underdogs as the Over (151.5) comfortably connected.
Oregon had four players in double digits, led by Chris Duarte with 23 points.
The Trojans won 72-56 against Drake in the first round and rolled past third-seed Kanas 85-51 in the second round.
In the regular season, the Trojans beat the Ducks 72-58 on Feb. 22.
So it is anyone’s guess as to who will come out on top in the matchup.
The Ducks (22-6) will be taking on the 6th-seed USC Trojans (24-7) on Sunday at 6:45 p.m. PT.