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Nevada vs Dayton picks, predictions, odds: Who wins March Madness NCAA Tournament game?

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No. 10 seed Nevada and No. 7 seed Dayton play Thursday, March 21 in an NCAA Tournament first-round game in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The West Region game is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. PT and can be seen on TBS (stream with Sling TV).

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Who will win the March Madness game and advance to the second round?

Check out these NCAA Tournament first-round picks and predictions for the men’s college basketball matchup.

Nevada is a 1.5-point favorite in the game in March Madness odds provided by BetMGM Sportsbook.

The Wolf Pack are -120 on the moneyline. The Flyers are +100.

The over/under for the game is set at 136.5 points.

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It writes: “Nevada has covered 21 times in 33 chances against the spread this season. Dayton is 15-15-1 ATS this year. The Wolf Pack average 76.4 points per game, 10.1 more points than the 66.3 the Flyers allow.”

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DraftKings: Bet Dayton to beat Nevada in NCAA Tournament

Benjamin Zweiman writes: “These are two very high-powered offenses in Dayton and Nevada. But Dayton is one of the best 3-point shooting teams in the country and we know how important that is in the tournament setting. So we’ll ride with the Flyers.”

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Jim Root writes: “The concern here is Nevada’s compact defensive shell against Dayton’s 3-point shooting. Steve Alford’s defense ranks 299th nationally in 3-point rate allowed, and Dayton ranks third in 3-point percentage. Alford’s scouting report should emphasize running foes off the line, but that’s outside the typical stylistic footprint. Still, between the likely half-court pace and the size of Nevada, I expect a lower-scoring game.”

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Dylan Hellebrand writes: “This upcoming game is anticipated to be highly competitive since both teams, Dayton and Nevada, have similar win-loss records. Both teams have strong offensive strengths and will aim to start scoring early in the game to maintain momentum and potentially secure a victory.”

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ESPN: Dayton has a 58.3% chance to beat Nevada in March Madness

The site gives the Wolf Pack a 41.7% shot at defeating the Flyers in Thursday’s first-round March Madness NCAA Tournament game.

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In recognition of the “Week of the Young Child,” The Children’s Cabinet announced the launch of the First 5 Nevada campaign, which includes a new website, First5Nevada.org, and eligibility portal. This initiative aims to transform the landscape of providing equitable access to parents and families to programs and services for children from prenatal to 5 […]

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The Nevada County Building Department released the fourth and final pre-approved housing master plan, a one-bedroom/one-bath unit. This design will join the three already approved master plans that offer property owners a more affordable and quick option for building a home. Plans can be used as a primary or secondary home, such as an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) also known as a granny flat, cottage, or in-law quarters.

“This final design is the result of several years of focused effort,” said Nicholas McBurney, Nevada County Building Department’s Plans Examiner. “As a collective, we recognize the need for more housing. Working together we hope to reduce the cost of creating their own plans and expedite the plan review process.”



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Green Valley rallies past Shadow Ridge in boys volleyball — PHOTOS

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Green Valley, No. 4 in the Review-Journal’s Class 5A rankings, defeated No. 5 Shadow Ridge 23-25, 25-21, 16-25, 25-22, 15-10 in a home boys volleyball match Thursday night.

Brock Barney had 22 kills and 15 digs for Green Valley (23-7, 5-0 5A Desert League).

Green Valley next plays at Silverado at 6 p.m. Monday, and Shadow Ridge (13-8, 3-2) plays at Centennial at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Contact Alex Wright at awright@reviewjournal.com. Follow @AlexWright1028 on X.

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