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March Madness First Four kicks off tonight with four amazing games taking place. Pitt vs. Mississippi State is one of the best games being played tonight and DraftKings Sportsbook is giving new users a chance to boost their bankroll before the First Round of College Basketball action starts on Thursday.
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Pittsburgh Panthers vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs
The Mississippi State Bulldogs take on the Pittsburgh Panthers tonight in the First Four round of March Madness.
Currently, DraftKings Sportsbook has the Bulldogs listed as slight favorites over the Pittsburgh Panthers, and the spread line for the game has been set at 2.5 points in the Bulldogs' favor.
Personally, I think that the books have backed the wrong team in this one, and the Panthers' Moneyline odds of +120 will be the first of many March Madness bets being placed during this tournament.
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Liam Hudson is an experienced sports writer, with a finger on the pulse of all things NFL and College Football. As a fanatical New England Patriots fan, he spends most of his time convincing others he is not a bandwagoner and defending Bill Belichick in Brady vs Bill arguments. He is also a Fantasy Football fanatic and spends far too much time analyzing player data and statistics in hopes of finding a hidden gem in one of his many yearly fantasy leagues.