Teams are now two wins from the Final Four. Coaching can be the difference between a trip for a team to Phoenix and the start of the offseason. Coaching can also impact the betting outcome for gamblers. Here is the best Sweet 16 coaches to bet against-the-spread and over/under.

Best ATS Coach – John Calipari

Kentucky’s headman is an incredible 8-1 ATS since 2005. Calipari has covered every game as a Wildcat in the Sweet 16 (5-0 ATS). On average, Calipari’s teams have been favored on average by 3.7 points in the regional semifinals. Kentucky opened as 1.5 point favorites against UCLA but the line has swung to Bruins -1.

Least Profitable ATS Coach – tie (Steve Alford and Matt Painter)

Bill Self has more against-the-spread Sweet 16 losses among this year’s coaches but Alford and Painter are both 0-2 and are less profitable than the Kansas head coach. Both Alford and Painter are looking for their first Sweet 16 win and cover.

Best OVER Coach – John Beilein

John Beilein’s teams are a perfect 3-0 on the over in the Sweet 16. Don’t blindly bet Michigan to go Over the total in the Sweet 16. Beilein’s over record for the entire NCAA tournament is 10-12.

Best UNDER Coach – Bill Self

Unlike Beilein, Self’s teams consistently go under in the tournament. Kansas is 5-1-1 on the under in the Sweet 16. Self is the most profitable under coach in March Madness.

Sweet 16 Against-the-spread and Over/Under Records

KansasBill Self5-23-41-5-15-1-1
North CarolinaRoy Williams6-15-23-44-3
FloridaMichael WhiteN/AN/AN/AN/A
BaylorScott Drew2-11-21-22-1
WisconsinGreg Gard0-10-10-11-0
MichiganJohn Beilein2-12-0-13-00-3
ArizonaSean Miller4-24-24-22-4
GonzagaMark Few1-32-22-22-2
West VirginiaBob Huggins1-21-21-22-1
PurdueMatt Painter0-20-20-11-0
South CarolinaFrank Martin1-00-0-11-00-1
OregonDana Altman1-12-01-11-1
XavierChris Mack0-32-0-12-11-2
ButlerChris HoltmannN/AN/AN/AN/A
UCLASteve Alford0-20-21-11-1
KentuckyJohn Calipari8-18-14-55-4

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