Wichita State vs. Notre Dame: Point Spread, Over-Under & Money Line

Evan Wessel and Wichita State are looking for their second Elite 8 appearance in 3 years. (Getty)

Evan Wessel and Wichita State are looking for their second Elite 8 appearance in 3 years. (Getty)

The only thing shocking about Wichita State’s NCAA Tournament run is its No. 7 seed. Clearly the oddsmakers and the Selection Committee don’t see eye-to-eye on this.

The Shockers were 6.5-point favorites over No. 10 seed Indiana, then were an easy pick ’em winner over second-seeded Kansas. Now Wichita plays Midwest No. 3 seed Notre Dame on Thursday night and the Shockers have opened as 1-point favorites. Normally 2 and 3 seeds would get the edge over a typical 7 seed. At 30-4 and with a top 15 ranking, Wichita State clearly isn’t a typical No. 7 seed.

The Irish had a string of 5 consecutive wins against the spread snapped in their first tournament game. And they also failed to cover the spread in their win over Butler on Saturday. They’ve won their 2 games by a combined 7 points.

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Notre Dame-Wichita State Point Spread

Notre Dame … +1

Wichita State … -1

Notre Dame is 15-13 against the spread, including 7-3 over the last 10 games.

Wichita State is 18-14-1 ATS, with a 6-3-1 mark over the past 10.

Both teams are 9-1 straight up in the last 10.

Notre Dame has failed to cover the spread in each of its Tournament games, Wichita is 1-1.

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Notre Dame-Wichita State Over-Under

Over-Under … 137

Wichita State is 17-13 on the Over-Under, while Notre Dame is 13-13.

The UNDER has won in 6 of Notre Dame’s last 8 games, including both Tournament games.

The OVER has won in 4 of Wichita’s past 5 games, including 3 straight.

Notre Dame-Wichita State Money Line

Notre Dame … +102

Wichita State … -122

The Basics


No. 3 Notre Dame (31-5) vs. No. 7 Wichita State (30-4)


NCAA Tournament Sweet 16


Thursday, March 26


Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio

Bracket Region:



7:15 p.m. Eastern