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Kyle Guy #5 of the Virginia Cavaliers shoots in the second half during a game against the Louisville Cardinals at John Paul Jones Arena on March 9, 2019 in Charlottesville, Virginia. Ryan M. Kelly/Getty Images

With most of the nation’s top-ranked teams surviving the first weekend of March Madness 2019, there are no double-digit betting lines in the Sweet 16. Half of the favorites are laying five points or fewer, and there are only a few opportunities for there to be any more real upsets in the NCAA Tournament.

Below are picks against the spread for every Sweet 16 game in the 2019 NCAA Tournament, as well as updated betting odds at Las Vegas and online sportsbooks, courtesy of OddsShark.

No. 4 Florida State (+6.5) No.1 Gonzaga

Four of Florida State’s seven losses have come by at least 10 points, and they’ve got the worst record against the spread of the remaining tournament teams. Gonzaga hasn’t been tested yet in March Madness, and that might not change Thursday.

Prediction ATS: Gonzaga

No.3 Purdue (+1) No.2 Tennessee

If Tennessee plays as they did in the second half of Sunday’s game against Iowa, they won’t be lucky enough to survive the Sweet 16. Carsen Edwards seems to be on a mission to get Purdue to the Final Four with 68 points in the tournament.

Prediction ATS: Purdue

No.3 Texas Tech (+2) No.2 Michigan

It’s hard to bet against the Wolverines as such small favorites. John Beilein has led Michigan beyond the Sweet 16 in two straight years and four of the last six years.

Prediction ATS: Michigan

No.12 Oregon (+8) No.1 Virginia

Look for Virginia to get a third straight double-digit victory. They might be the most complete team in the country. The Ducks’ offensive struggles should re-emerge against the Cavaliers’ No.4 ranked defense.

Prediction ATS: Virginia

No.3 LSU (+6) No.2 Michigan State

Michigan State is 24th in three-point percentage, while LSU is near the bottom of the country at 288th. The Tigers survived shooting 11-41 from behind the arc in the first two rounds, but that won’t cut it against a team as good as the Spartans.

Prediction ATS: Michigan State

No.5 Auburn (+5) No.1 North Carolina

North Carolina has too much talent to be kept out of the Elite Eight. The Tar Heels have been absolutely dominant in their last 60 minutes of basketball. It’s hard to see anyone beating them if Nassir Little keeps scoring 20 points per game off the bench.

Prediction ATS: North Carolina

No.4 Virginia Tech (+7.5) No.1 Duke

The Hokies beat the Blue Devils by five points in the regular season when Zion Williamson didn’t play. The future No.1 draft pick should help Duke avoid an upset, but the team’s lack of shooting could keep this one close after they were nearly eliminated by UCF.

Prediction ATS: Virginia Tech

No.3 Houston (+2.5) No.2 Kentucky

This might be the closest thing to an upset in the Sweet 16. Kentucky’s youth was an issue against Wofford. You should feel good about taking points with Houston, who is led by veteran guards and has just three losses on the season.

Prediction ATS: Houston