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LSU vs Virginia Tech Prediction, Game Preview, Live Stream, Odds and Picks

Tigers, Hokies Clash in Four Four

The LSU Tigers and Virginia Tech Hokies will meet as teams with different postseason experience when the two clash in the Final Four.

Neither LSU nor Miami could score in their matchup, but the Tigers persevered and were able to pull away a bit in the third quarter to reach the Final Four for the first time since 2008.

Georgia Amoore #5 of the Virginia Tech Hokies
Georgia Amoore #5 of the Virginia Tech Hokies | Alika jenner/getty images/afp

The Hokies, meanwhile, earned their way into their first Final Four in program history after a mostly offensive game against Ohio State, outlasting the Buckeyes in the second half.

LSU’s top defense will now meet Virginia Tech’s solid offense in the semifinals. According to women’s college basketball lines, defense should prevail, as the Tigers are a two-point favorite in the matchup.

Also check on these WNCAAB betting lines.

LSU: Defense Pulls Through Again

The third-seeded LSU Tigers had another game where they couldn’t score, but they pulled off the win due to strong defense.

Neither LSU or Miami could hit a 3-pointer all game, with the Tigers sinking the only one of the game minutes into the fourth quarter. The Tigers held the Hurricanes to 31.6% shooting after finishing 30.2% from the field themselves.

LSU also got 18 points off of 18 Miami turnovers, but the difference was its ability to keep the Hurricanes off the free-throw line for the majority of the game.

The Tigers were up 11 points through three quarters, and while LSU was 12 of 20 from the charity stripe at that point, Miami was 1 of 2 from the line. The Hurricanes finished the game 6 of 9 at the free throw line while the Tigers were 15 of 26.

LSU’s defense will continue to be critical for its success as its offense remains stagnant.

According to NCAA Women’s basketball odds, the Tigers have +600 odds to win Women’s March Madness.

Virginia Tech: Offense Gets It Done

Both Virginia Tech’s and Ohio State’s offenses were clicking in the first half to make it a tight game, but the No. 1-seeded Hokies withstood the Buckeyes to earn the victory.

Ohio State was hot in the first two quarters, shooting 63.6%, but Virginia Tech was shooting just as well at 55.8% to keep up and take a three-point halftime lead.

Both teams’ shooting dropped in the second half, but the Hokies were able to stay solid behind Georgia Amoore and Elizabeth Kitley, who combined for 31 of the Hokies’ 36 second-half points.

Amoore finished the game with 24 points to help her earn the honor of the region’s Most Outstanding Player while Kitley recorded a double-double with 25 points and 12 rebounds.

Kitley and Amoore will remain crucial to the success of Virginia Tech’s offense against LSU.

According to Women’s college basketball odds, the Hokies have +900 odds to win the championship.

LSU vs Virginia Tech Head-to-Head

LSU and Virginia Tech have met three times, with the Tigers leading the series 2-1. The Tigers have won the last two matchups, with the last taking place in November 2006 in Baton Rouge and resulting in a 70-40 LSU victory.

LSU vs Virginia Tech Game Information

  • Game: LSU (32-2, 15-1 SEC) vs Virginia Tech (31-4, 14-4 Atlantic Coast)
  • Location: American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
  • Day/Time: Friday, March 31, 7 p.m. ET
  • LSU vs Virginia Tech Live Stream: TBS.com

LSU vs Virginia Tech Betting Lines

LSU vs Virginia Tech Picks and Prediction

Virginia Tech will hope to continue its historical season when it meets LSU in the Final Four on Friday.

The Tigers have struggled to get their offense off the ground throughout the tournament, but they made it to the Final Four anyway with their relentless defense. Contrarily, the Hokies’ offense has played well, but their defense hasn’t been an issue either. Tech held Ohio State to 27.6% shooting in the second half to help grab the win. The Tigers’ scoring issues should finally catch up to them as Virginia Tech’s historic season continues with a victory in the Final Four.

The LSU Tigers are listed at -135 in our Vegas lines. This means that if you wager $100 on the Tigers, you have a chance to win $74. The Virginia Tech Hokies are -105, offering a chance to win $95 on a $100 wager.

The implied probability attached to the betting lines gives the LSU Tigers a 57.45% chance to win, with the Virginia Tech Hokies at 51.22%.

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