Many shining moments can be pulled from the history of Villanova men’s college basketball to make a hype video. The sequence of events that led to Kris Jenkins’ buzzer-beating shot to give the Wildcats a 2016 National Championship could play on a loop and fuel Nova Nation to hold their “Vs up” while running through a wall.
The Wildcats are coming off their fifth Big East Tournament Championship in eight years. They are battle-tested and ready for March Madness and what’s ahead. Are you? The first round of the 2022 NCAA Tournament starts on March 17 and Villanova plays Delaware on March 18. We’re here to help get you ready with the best Villanova March Madness hype video, a betting preview, and NCAA Tournament promos.
2022 NCAA Tournament Schedule
- First Four: March 15-16
- First round: March 17-18
- Second round: March 19-20
- Sweet 16: March 24-25
- Elite Eight: March 26-27
- Final Four at the Caesars Superdome: April 2
- NCAA championship game: April 4
Villanova betting lines and odds
Villanova is the No. 2 seed in the South Region. They will face Delaware in the first round. In Pennsylvania, you can bet on game lines, spreads, and totals. However, you can not wager on college basketball player props.
The Wildcats are +1800 to win the National Championship,+400 to reach the Final Four, and +125 to make the Elite 8 at BetMGM PA sportsbook.
March Madness promos at PA sportsbooks
It starts with a field of 64 and gives bettors lots of options. Here are the best Pennsylvania sportsbook promos for March Madness.
BetMGM March Madness free promo
At BetMGM new users who sign up and bet $10, win $200 if any team hits a 3-pointer.
DraftKings NCAA Tournament promo
New users at DraftKings Sportsbook in Pennsylvania who bet $5 or more on any college basketball game pre-game moneyline, win $200 in free bets if your team wins.
Villanova Basketball March Madness hype video
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