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A recent study collected Twitter data to find out which team each state is picking to cut down the nets during March Madness.

BetOnline.ag analyzed more than 350,000 tweets with a geo-tracking program that contained phrases like “UNC going to win,” “Iowa champs,” “Purdue title,” and also team hashtags. Not an exact science, but the team that had the most “championship” support in each state then “won” that state.

UConn and North Carolina are the only men’s teams with double-digit support while Iowa absolutely dominated the women’s study, naturally due to the Caitlin Clark effect.

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Here are the maps and the state-by-state breakdowns:

Men’s NCAA Tournament

UConn – 17 states

North Carolina – 13 states

Purdue – 6 states

Houston – 4 states

Arizona – 2 states

Kentucky – 1 state

Tennessee – 1 state

Illinois – 1 state

Iowa State – 1 state

Marquette – 1 state

Kansas – 1 state

Creighton – 1 state

Auburn – 1 state

Women’s NCAA Tournament

Iowa – 37 states

South Carolina – 6 states

UConn – 4 states

LSU – 2 states

Ohio State – 1 state

This information was formulated by BetOnline.ag and produced by www.rizeandreactmedia.com……

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Ohio State vs #13 Illinois: The Buckeyes have all of sudden found more life since firing Chris Holtmann in February and are suddenly on the bubble, going 6-1 since the firing with a massive win against Purdue as one of the wins. Meanwhile, Illinois has been the clear second-best team in the Big Ten, but are nowhere near perfect, especially on defense. Ohio State is slowly creeping up the metrics too at 55th in the NET and 49th in KenPom. They have been balanced overall with three players averaging over double digits and the team allowing 69 points per game. Bruce Thornton is their leading scorer, averaging 16.1 points per game as well. Illinois has been great on offense and struggled on defense this season. They are 16th in the NET and 10th in KenPom. They are also 4th in adjusted offense on KenPom at 124.8 and they are a top-15 scoring offense, at 83.9 points per game. The issue has been on defense, allowing 72.9 points per game and 76th in adjusted defense on KenPom at 101.1. When it comes down to it, the games during Championship week rely a lot on motivation and the team that is the most motivated in this game is clearly Ohio State. It also helps the Buckeyes that the Fighting Illini have fallen off when it comes to their defense. This game will be close because of Illinois’ talent, but expect Ohio State to cover at minimum but I’m going to take them to win outright.

Pick: Ohio State +5

#25 Texas Tech vs #1 Houston (-8.5): Houston was one of two teams that was profitable for us yesterday, so let’s go back to the well. The Cougars might genuinely be the best team in the country with how consistent they have been. All the metrics love the Cougars the most of any team in the country with the top ranking in the NET and in KenPom. They are also the best defensive team in the country, with the top adjusted defense in KenPom at 86.9 and ranking first in scoring defense, only allowing 56.9 points per game. They have the best defensive guard in the country too in Jamal Shead who has been extremely consistent and averages 2.3 steals per game. On offense, Houston is efficient and solid overall, ranking 14th in adjusted offense at 120. The Cougars have three players that average over double digits with L.J. Cryer leading the way at 15.7 points per game. Texas Tech shocked a lot of people with how well they played against BYU in the Big 12 quarterfinals. The Red Raiders have been solid this season. They are ranked 29th in the NET and 23rd in KenPom. They have played much better on offense this season, with five different players averaging double digits. Pop Isaacs leads the team in scoring at 16 points per game. The Red Raiders have the players on offense and the overall balance to cause issues for the Cougars. However, Houston is the better team and they have the ability to just send waves at teams and wear teams out. Expect this game to be close in the first half, but Houston should pull away and cover in the second half.

Pick: Houston -9

Oregon vs #6 Arizona (-11): There is similar logic to taking Arizona in this game as Houston. They won and won big, so let’s go with them again. Arizona is legitimately one of the best teams in the country when they are clicking on cylinders and we saw that again in the quarterfinals against USC. That is the key though because they have been proven to have some head scratching losses throughout the year. They are 4th in the NET and 6th in KenPom overall when it comes to the metrics. Their bread and butter is on offense with one of the best offenses in the country. They are tied for second in scoring at 89.5 points per game with Kentucky in all of college basketball and they are 7th in adjusted offense on KenPom at 122.2. There are five different Wildcats that average over double digits with Caleb Love leading the way and playing on an All-American-caliber level, averaging 18.7 points per game. They have also improved on defense, ranking 12th in adjusted defense at 94.6. On the other side, Oregon