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Gonzaga Vs. Oklahoma State live stream, TV time, odds revealed for tournament

Gonzaga vs. Oklahoma State live stream and TV start time has been revealed for the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The Gonzaga vs. Oklahoma State game odds are also out there, allowing fans trying to complete their brackets for the tournament. According to an updated report from CBS on Tuesday morning (March 18), the odds are currently in favor of the Bulldogs to win this second round game. They are two-point favorites and the game line has an over/under of 139 points. On paper that appears to be pretty low scoring for these teams and suggests only one would get to 70 points.

Gonzaga has a tough second round match-up against Oklahoma State in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
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Tip off for the match-up is 1:40 p.m. PT and the game will be broadcast on TNT. The Bulldogs received the No. 8 seed in the West Region after finishing the season 28-6 and winning the WCC. The Cowboys finished 21-12 out of the Big 12 and received a No. 9 seed in the tournament field. Many analysts feel that the Cowboys should have received a better seed, especially with the return of Marcus Smart down the stretch. The team had some bad losses during the regular season, though, and that was a big reason they dipped in the end.

The Gonzaga vs. Oklahoma live stream coverage will be up on the main March Madness page for the site. The winner of the game will move on to play the winner of the Arizona vs. Weber State game within the bracket. Arizona is the No. 1 in the West and finished with a 30-4 record out of the Pac-12. They are currently 19 1/2 point favorites to win that game and are the very likely opponent that will be waiting in the third round. For fans of the Bulldogs and Cowboys wanting to watch that game, it will take place at 11:10 p.m. PT on TNT.

This second round game for the Bulldogs and Cowboys is set for Friday afternoon (March 21), with the winner playing in the third round game on Sunday (March 23) for a spot in the Sweet Sixteen. As for how the experts feel this second round game is going to turn out, the analysts at CBS are predicting that it's the Oklahoma State Cowboys that will advance to play the Arizona Wildcats. They then predict that the Cowboys will fall and that eventually it will be No. 3 seeded Creighton winning the West Region.