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USC basketball game Friday: Trojans vs. Miami Line, Prediction, Odds, TV Channel, Live Stream for CBB game Mar. 18

Evan Desai
Mar 17, 2022; Greenville, SC, USA; Isaiah Mobley, USC Basketball
Mar 17, 2022; Greenville, SC, USA; Isaiah Mobley, USC Basketball / Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
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The No. 22 ranked USC basketball squad (7 seed) will take on the unranked (10 seed) Miami Hurricanes for their round one NCAA Tournament matchup. They are favored to win this matchup, as Miami had a tough 22-11 season in what was a weak ACC.

This contest will be played in Greenville, South Carolina. SC's won 26 games this season. That ties a record for most wins in USC program history (2016-2017). Their 25 regular season wins took the record for most regular season victories.

A historic time for SC, the Trojans have won 73 games in the last three seasons, which is a school record.

USC Trojans vs. Miami Odds: Line, Spread, Over/Under

The spread for the USC game today is -2 Trojans. The money line is -140 USC and +115 Miami. The over/under is 140, and it's -105 to take the over. To take the under, it's -115.

USC Trojans vs. Miami Prediction Friday

USC will win their first March Madness game. Miami has allowed a 46.5 field goal percentage this season, which is second-to-last in a weak ACC conference. SC has a top five three-point shooter in the conference (Drew Peterson) and a top four field goal converter in the conference (Chevez Goodwin). They'll be strong performers against this Canes defense.

That's not even to mention one of their First-Team All-Pac-12 players in Isaiah Mobley, who was All-Region last season (West Region) in the NCAA Tournament. He's already shown that he can raise his game in the tournament, and is having a career year this year.

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What Channel is the USC Game On?

The USC game is on TruTV today.

USC Trojans vs Miami Live Stream

If you need a live stream for the game today, head to Fubo TV for a free trial!

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