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NCAAB Betting: NCAA Tournament Odds

The UConn Huskies knocked off the Kentucky Wildcats in the title game of last year's NCAA Tournament, but Connecticut doesn't sit as the favorite on the March Madness odds for the 2015 Big Dance at the sportsbooks. Here's a look at the odds to win the NCAA Tournament, with the Kentucky Wildcats sitting atop the current list of the college hoops betting favorites at the sportsbooks.

Odds to Win 2015 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of August 5 [OddsShark NCAAB Futures]

Kentucky 4/1
Arizona 9/1
Duke 10/1
Wisconsin 10/1
Kansas 18/1
North Carolina 18/1
Florida 20/1
Louisville 20/1
Gonzaga 25/1
Iowa State 25/1
Texas 25/1
Villanova 25/1
Wichita State 28/1
Michigan 33/1
Michigan State 33/1
San Diego State 40/1
SMU 40/1
Syracuse 40/1
UConn 40/1
VCU 40/1
Virginia 40/1
Ohio State 50/1
UCLA 50/1
Iowa 66/1
Nebraska 66/1
Oklahoma 66/1
Pittsburgh 75/1
Arkansas 100/1
Baylor 100/1
Florida State 100/1
Georgetown 100/1
Harvard 100/1
Indiana 100/1
Kansas State 100/1
Marquette 100/1
Maryland 100/1
Memphis 100/1
Miami FL 100/1
Minnesota 100/1
Oregon 100/1
Seton Hall 100/1
Saint Louis 100/1
Tennessee 100/1
Cincinnati 150/1
Colorado 150/1
Dayton 150/1
Missouri 150/1
NC State 150/1
UNLV 150/1
Alabama 200/1
California 200/1
Georgia 200/1
Illinois 200/1
LSU 200/1
New Mexico 200/1
Notre Dame 200/1
Oklahoma State 200/1
Providence 200/1
St. John's 200/1
Stanford 200/1
Xavier 250/1
Arizona State 300/1
Auburn 300/1
BYU 300/1
Clemson 300/1
Colorado State 300/1
Creighton 300/1
George Washington 300/1
Georgia Tech 300/1
LaSalle 300/1
Ole Miss 300/1
Penn State 300/1
Purdue 300/1
South Carolina 300/1
St. Joe's 300/1
Texas A&M 300/1
UMass 300/1
USC 300/1
Vanderbilt 300/1
West Virginia 300/1
Boston College 500/1
Butler 500/1
DePaul 500/1
Richmond 500/1
Texas Tech 500/1
Virginia Tech 500/1
Wake Forest 500/1
Washington 500/1

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With the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament on the slate this week the top-ranked Florida Gators remain the favorite on the March Madness futures at the sportsbooks. With a game against Connecticut on tap for Saturday night, the Gators are the -110 chalk on the odds to win the NCAA Tournament.

The updated Bovada NCAA Tournament odds then have Kentucky at +250 and Wisconsin at +325, with those two schools set to tip off in the other national semifinal down in Texas on Saturday night. The Huskies are set as the +700 longshots on those March Madness futures.

Odds to Win 2014 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of March 31:

Florida -110
Kentucky +250
Wisconsin +325
Connecticut +700

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It's still the Florida Gators at the top of the odds to win the NCAA Tournament at the sportsbooks, as they enter the Sweet 16 of March Madness as the 7/2 favorite on the updated betting lines at Bovada - ahead of 9/2 Michigan State and 5/1 Louisville.

The Gators are also the 4/7 favorites at Bovada on the odds to win the South Region, with Arizona the 1/1 chalk in the West Region, Michigan atop the list at 3/2 in the East Region, and Louisville the 11/10 favorites to come out on top in the Midwest Region. Here are the complete updated tournament odds.

Odds to Win 2014 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of March 24:

Florida #1 7/2
Michigan State #4 9/2
Louisville #4 5/1
Arizona #1 6/1
Virginia #1 10/1
Michigan #2 16/1
Wisconsin #2 16/1
Iowa State #3 18/1
UCLA #4 18/1
Baylor #6 20/1
Kentucky #8 20/1
Tennessee #11 28/1
Connecticut #7 33/1
San Diego State #4 33/1
Stanford #10 50/1
Dayton #11 100/1

2014 South Region - Odds to Win at Bovada
Florida #1 4/7
UCLA #4 7/2
Stanford #10 6/1
Dayton #11 9/1

2014 West Region - Odds to Win at Bovada
Arizona #1 1/1
Wisconsin #2 11/4
Baylor #6 5/1
San Diego State #4 5/1

2014 East Region - Odds to Win at Bovada
Michigan State #4 3/2
Virginia #1 2/1
Iowa State #3 4/1
Connecticut #7 9/2

2014 Midwest Region - Odds to Win at Bovada
Louisville #4 11/10
Michigan #2 7/2
Kentucky #8 4/1
Tennessee #11 4/1

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The Florida Gators and the Louisville Cardinals are now tied in the top spot on the NCAA Tournament odds, with the Michigan State Spartans, Arizona Wildcats, Virginia Cavaliers, and Wichita State Shockers rounding out the top teams at the sportsbooks with NCAA Tournament action now in full swing. Here's a full rundown of the updated March Madness betting odds at the online sportsbooks.

Odds to Win 2014 NCAA Tournament at 5Dimes as of March 20:

Florida +500
Louisville +500
Michigan State +700
Arizona +700
Virginia +1300
Wichita State +1600
Kansas +1800
Duke +1900
Villanova +2400
Michigan +2600
Creighton +2600
Iowa State +2700
Wisconsin +2700
Syracuse +3000
UCLA +3500
Oklahoma State +3700
Kentucky +4500
Tennessee +6500
San Diego State +6600
Baylor +7500
Pittsburgh +8000
North Carolina +8000
Ohio State +8000
New Mexico +9000
Oregon +9500
Virginia Commonwealth +10000
Connecticut +12000
Cincinnati +12500
Gonzaga +16500
Memphis +20000
Oklahoma +20000
Saint Louis +25000
Texas +32500
Harvard +35000
Stanford +45000
NC State +50000
Saint Joseph's +70000
Massachusetts +70000
George Washington +80000
Providence +80000
Kansas State +85000
Nebraska +90000
Dayton +100000
BYU +100000
Arizona State +100000
SF Austin +125000
Tulsa +150000
Colorado +160000
North Dakota State +200000
New Mexico State +400000
Mercer +800000
Manhattan +990000
Delaware +990000
Western Michigan +990000
UL Lafayette +990000
NC Central +990000
Eastern Kentucky +990000
Wofford +990000
Milwaukee +990000
Albany NY +990000
Weber State +990000
Cal Poly SLO +990000
Coastal Carolina +990000
American +990000

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The Michigan State Spartans have taken over as the top team on the odds to win the NCAA Tournament at the sportsbooks a month into the season, with the Kentucky Wildcats slipping to second on that list, and the Arizona Wildcats now tied with the Kansas Jayhawks in the third spot. Here's a full rundown of the NCAA Tournament odds for the 2013/14 season at the sportsbooks.

Odds to Win 2014 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of December 10:

Michigan State 11/2
Kentucky 6/1
Arizona 13/2
Kansas 13/2
Louisville 15/2
Oklahoma State 10/1
Duke 12/1
Ohio State 14/1
Syracuse 14/1
North Carolina 16/1
Florida 18/1
Connecticut 25/1
Michigan 33/1
Iowa 40/1
Wichita State 40/1
Wisconsin 40/1
Gonzaga 50/1
Memphis 50/1
Oregon 50/1
Pittsburgh 50/1
UCLA 50/1
Villanova 50/1
Baylor 66/1
Georgetown 66/1
Indiana 66/1
VCU 66/1
Colorado 75/1
Creighton 75/1
Iowa State 75/1
Missouri 100/1
New Mexico 100/1
St. Louis 100/1
UMass 100/1
Virginia 100/1
Boise State 150/1
Cincinnati 150/1
Florida State 150/1
Marquette 150/1
Minnesota 150/1
Notre Dame 150/1
Ole Miss 150/1
St. John's 150/1
Tennessee 150/1
Dayton 200/1
George Washington 200/1
Harvard 200/1
Illinois 200/1
LSU 200/1
Maryland 200/1
Oklahoma 200/1
San Diego State 200/1
St. Mary's 200/1
Stanford 200/1
Texas 200/1
Texas A&M 200/1
West Virginia 200/1
Alabama 300/1
Arizona State 300/1
Butler 300/1
BYU 300/1
California 300/1
Clemson 300/1
Kansas State 300/1
UNLV 300/1
Washington 300/1
Xavier 300/1
Arkansas 500/1
Boston College 500/1
Colorado State 500/1
George Mason 500/1
Georgia 500/1
Georgia Tech 500/1
La Salle 500/1
Miami Florida 500/1
NC State 500/1
Purdue 500/1
Rhode Island 500/1
Richmond 500/1
St. Bonaventure 500/1
Temple 500/1
USC 500/1
Vanderbilt 500/1
Virginia Tech 500/1
Wake Forest 500/1
Washington State 500/1
Davidson 1000/1
Fordham 1000/1
Northwestern 1000/1
South Carolina 1000/1
St. Joe's 1000/1

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The Kentucky Wildcats entered the college basketball season as the 7/2 favorites at the sportsbooks on the odds to win the 2014 NCAA Tournament, with Kansas second at 6/1, Louisville next at 15/2, and Duke and Michigan State both pegged at 9/1 on those college hoops futures. Here's a full rundown of the NCAA Tournament odds for the 2013/14 season at the sportsbooks.

Odds to Win 2014 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of November 15:

Kentucky 7/2
Kansas 6/1
Louisville 15/2
Duke 9/1
Michigan State 9/1
Arizona 16/1
Florida 20/1
North Carolina 20/1
Ohio State 20/1
Oklahoma State 20/1
Connecticut 25/1
Michigan 25/1
Syracuse 25/1
Indiana 40/1
Memphis 40/1
Creighton 50/1
Georgetown 50/1
Iowa 50/1
St. Louis 50/1
VCU 50/1
Wisconsin 50/1
Colorado 66/1
Gonzaga 66/1
Marquette 66/1
New Mexico 66/1
St. John's 66/1
UCLA 66/1
UNLV 66/1
Wichita State 66/1
Baylor 75/1
Illinois 75/1
Minnesota 75/1
Missouri 75/1
Pittsburgh 75/1
Tennessee 75/1
Villanova 75/1
Virginia 75/1
Butler 100/1
Cincinnati 100/1
Florida State 100/1
Kansas State 100/1
Miami Florida 100/1
NC State 100/1
Notre Dame 100/1
Ole Miss 100/1
Oregon 100/1
Purdue 100/1
San Diego State 100/1
Texas 100/1
Vanderbilt 100/1
Alabama 150/1
Arizona State 150/1
Arkansas 150/1
Boise State 150/1
BYU 150/1
California 150/1
Iowa State 150/1
Stanford 150/1
Temple 150/1
LSU 200/1
Maryland 200/1
St. Mary's 200/1
USC 200/1
West Virginia 200/1
Boston College 250/1
Clemson 250/1
Colorado State 250/1
Davidson 250/1
Dayton 250/1
Georgia 250/1
Georgia Tech 250/1
Harvard 250/1
La Salle 250/1
Mississippi State 250/1
Oklahoma 250/1
South Carolina 250/1
Texas A&M 250/1
Virginia Tech 250/1
Wake Forest 250/1
Washington 250/1
Washington State 250/1
Xavier 250/1
Northwestern 500/1
St. Joe's 500/1

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Despite not making the NCAA Tournament in 2013 the Kentucky Wildcats are favored to bounce back and pay out on the March Madness odds at the sportsbooks in 2014, with Kansas and Andrew Wiggins behind them on that list of Big Dance favorites. Here's a full rundown of the NCAA Tournament odds for the 2013/14 season.

Odds to Win 2014 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of October 15:

Kentucky 3/1
Kansas 11/2
Michigan State 9/1
Louisville 10/1
Duke 12/1
Arizona 18/1
North Carolina 18/1
Ohio State 18/1
Florida 20/1
Michigan 25/1
Oklahoma State 25/1
Syracuse 33/1
Connecticut 40/1
Indiana 40/1
Memphis 40/1
Colorado 50/1
Georgetown 50/1
Gonzaga 50/1
Marquette 50/1
St. Louis 50/1
Wisconsin 50/1
Baylor 66/1
Creighton 66/1
Iowa 66/1
Missouri 66/1
NC State 66/1
St. John's 66/1
Tennessee 66/1
UCLA 66/1
VCU 66/1
Wichita State 66/1
Butler 75/1
Florida State 75/1
Illinois 75/1
Minnesota 75/1
New Mexico 75/1
UNLV 75/1
Villanova 75/1
Virginia 75/1
Alabama 100/1
Arizona State 100/1
BYU 100/1
Cincinnati 100/1
Kansas State 100/1
Miami Florida 100/1
Notre Dame 100/1
Ole Miss 100/1
Oregon 100/1
Pittsburgh 100/1
Purdue 100/1
San Diego State 100/1
Stanford 100/1
Texas 100/1
Vanderbilt 100/1
Arkansas 150/1
Boise State 150/1
California 150/1
Iowa State 150/1
St. Mary's 150/1
Temple 150/1
West Virginia 150/1
Colorado State 200/1
LSU 200/1
Maryland 200/1
Oklahoma 200/1
USC 200/1
Clemson 250/1
Davidson 250/1
Dayton 250/1
Georgia 250/1
Georgia Tech 250/1
Harvard 250/1
South Carolina 250/1
Texas A&M 250/1
Virginia Tech 250/1
Wake Forest 250/1
Washington 250/1
Washington State 250/1
Xavier 250/1
Boston College 500/1
Mississippi State 500/1
Northwestern 500/1
St. Joe's 500/1

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The Louisville Cardinals remain the top team on the odds to win the NCAA Tournament heading into the Final Four, with Michigan, Syracuse, and Wichita State rounding out the list. Here's a full rundown of the March Madness betting lines with the tournament winding down at Atlanta's Georgia Dome.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of April 1:

Louisville -150
Michigan +300
Syracuse +425
Wichiate State +1200

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The Louisville Cardinals remain the top team on the odds to win the NCAA Tournament heading into the Sweet 16, with Florida, Indiana, Miami, and Ohio State among the schools chasing them on that list. Here's a full rundown of the March Madness betting lines with the tournament now in full swing.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of March 25:

Louisville #1 3/1
Florida #3 19/4
Indiana #1 5/1
Miami Florida #2 15/2
Ohio State #2 15/2
Michigan #4 11/1
Duke #2 12/1
Kansas #1 12/1
Michigan State #3 14/1
Arizona #6 18/1
Syracuse #4 20/1
Oregon #12 33/1
Marquette #3 40/1
Wichita State #9 40/1
La Salle #13 66/1
Florida Gulf Coast #15 100/1

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It's the Louisville Cardinals sitting as the top team on the odds to win the NCAA Tournament with the Big Dance getting underway this week, which has them ahead of fellow top seeds Indiana, Gonzaga, and Kansas on that list. Here's a full rundown of the current March Madness betting lines.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of March 18:

Louisville #1 19/4
Indiana #1 5/1
Florida #3 7/1
Gonzaga #1 10/1
Kansas #1 10/1
Duke #2 12/1
Miami Florida #2 14/1
Ohio State #2 16/1
Georgetown #2 18/1
Michigan State #3 18/1
New Mexico #3 20/1
Michigan #4 22/1
Syracuse #4 22/1
St. Louis #4 25/1
Wisconsin #5 25/1
Pittsburgh #8 33/1
VCU #5 40/1
Arizona #6 60/1
NC State #8 60/1
North Carolina #8 60/1
UNLV #5 60/1
Marquette #3 66/1
Butler #6 75/1
Kansas State #4 75/1
Memphis #6 75/1
Missouri #9 75/1
Oklahoma State #5 75/1
Creighton #7 100/1
Minnesota #11 100/1
San Diego State #7 100/1
UCLA #6 100/1
California #12 150/1
Notre Dame #7 150/1
Colorado #10 200/1
Colorado State #8 200/1
Illinois #7 200/1
Iowa State #10 200/1
Ole Miss #12 200/1
Villanova #9 200/1
Wichita State #9 200/1
Cincinnati #10 250/1
Oklahoma #10 250/1
Temple #9 250/1
Belmont #11 300/1
Bucknell #11 300/1
Oregon #12 300/1
St. Mary's #11 300/1
Akron #12 500/1
Albany #15 500/1
Boise State #13 500/1
Davidson #14 500/1
Florida Gulf Coast #15 500/1
Harvard #14 500/1
Iona #15 500/1
La Salle #13 500/1
Middle Tennessee #11 500/1
Montana #13 500/1
New Mexico State #13 500/1
Northwestern State #14 500/1
Pacific #15 500/1
South Dakota State #13 500/1
Southern #16 500/1
Valparaiso #14 500/1
Western Kentucky #16 500/1
James Madison #16 1000/1
Liberty #16 1000/1
LIU Brooklyn #16 1000/1
NC A&T #16 1000/1

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With March Madness fast approaching the top contenders to win the Big Dance have seen some movement on the odds to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament at the sportsbooks. Here's a full rundown of the college hoops odds to win the tourney, from the favorites down through the longshots.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at TopBet as of February 22:

Alabama +20,000
Arizona +2,500
Arkansas +15,000
BYU +60,000
Baylor +8,000
Belmont +50,000
Butler +5,000
California +12,500
Central Florida +100,000
Cincinnati +8,000
Clemson +100,000
Colorado +25,000
Colorado St +8,000
Creighton +10,000
Davidson +60,000
Dayton +100,000
DePaul +80,000
Drexel +100,000
Duke +800
Florida +800
Florida St +25,000
George Mason +100,000
Georgetown +3,500
Georgia +60,000
Georgia Tech +60,000
Gonzaga +800
Harvard +100,000
Illinois +10,000
Indiana +350
Iowa +50,000
Iowa St +20,000
Kansas +1,000
Kansas St +4,000
Kentucky +7,500
LSU +100,000
LaSalle +60,000
Long Beach St +100,000
Louisville +900
Marquette +6,000
Marshall +100,000
Maryland +40,000
Memphis +7,500
Miami FL +450
Michigan +800
Michigan St +1,000
Minnesota +8,000
Mississippi St +200,000
Missouri +4,000
Murray St +15,000
Nevada +100,000
New Mexico +4,500
North Carolina +8,000
North Carolina St +4,000
Northern Iowa +80,000
Northwestern +100,000
Notre Dame +10,000
Ohio +80,000
Ohio St +2,500
Oklahoma +20,000
Oklahoma St +4,000
Ole Miss +25,000
Oregon +7,500
Oregon St +100,000
Pittsburgh +5,000
Providence +50,000
Purdue +100,000
Richmond +100,000
Rutgers +75,000
San Diego St +8,000
Seton Hall +100,000
South Carolina +100,000
South Florida +500,000
Southern Miss +80,000
St Bonaventure +80,000
St Joes +80,000
St Johns +50,000
St Louis +3,000
St Marys +10,000
Stanford +40,000
Syracuse +1,200
Temple +40,000
Tennessee +50,000
Texas +50,000
Texas A&M +50,000
U Mass +60,000
UCLA +6,000
UNLV +10,000
USC +100,000
Utah St +80,000
VCU +7,500
Vanderbilt +100,000
Villanova +15,000
Virginia +40,000
Virginia Tech +100,000
Washington +100,000
West Virginia +100,000
Wichita St +10,000
Wisconsin +5,000
Xavier +40,000
Field (Any Other Team) +5,000

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Top-ranked Duke is battling the likes of Michigan at the online sportsbooks on the odds to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Here's a full rundown of the listed college hoops odds to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament, from the betting favorites down through the longshot March Madness teams.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at TopBet as of January 5:

Alabama +20,000
Arizona +800
Arkansas +50,000
BYU +50,000
Baylor +7,500
Belmont +50,000
Butler +3,000
California +50,000
Central Florida +50,000
Cincinnati +4,000
Clemson +50,000
Colorado +10,000
Colorado St +75,000
Creighton +3,500
Davidson +50,000
Dayton +50,000
DePaul +75,000
Drexel +75,000
Duke +300
Florida +800
Florida St +10,000
George Mason +75,000
Georgetown +7,000
Georgia +50,000
Georgia Tech +25,000
Gonzaga +2,500
Harvard +75,000
Illinois +5,000
Indiana +250
Iowa +25,000
Iowa St +50,000
Kansas +800
Kansas St +10,000
Kentucky +1,500
LSU +17,500
LaSalle +75,000
Long Beach St +50,000
Louisville +600
Marquette +12,500
Marshall +25,000
Maryland +7,500
Memphis +10,000
Miami FL +7,500
Michigan +600
Michigan St +2,200
Minnesota +3,000
Mississippi St +50,000
Missouri +4,000
Murray St +75,000
Nevada +75,000
New Mexico +5,000
North Carolina +3,000
North Carolina St +1,800
Northern Iowa +75,000
Northwestern +50,000
Notre Dame +5,000
Ohio +75,000
Ohio St +1,500
Oklahoma +50,000
Oklahoma St +5,000
Ole Miss +40,000
Oregon +10,000
Oregon St +20,000
Pittsburgh +5,000
Providence +75,000
Purdue +50,000
Richmond +75,000
Rutgers +40,000
San Diego St +4,000
Seton Hall +50,000
South Carolina +50,000
South Florida +75,000
Southern Miss +75,000
St Bonaventure +75,000
St Joes +75,000
St Johns +6,000
St Louis +40,000
St Marys +50,000
Stanford +30,000
Syracuse +1,200
Temple +40,000
Tennessee +7,500
Texas +10,000
Texas A&M +30,000
U Mass +40,000
UCLA +2,200
UNLV +3,000
USC +50,000
Utah St +75,000
VCU +10,000
Vanderbilt +50,000
Villanova +50,000
Virginia +50,000
Virginia Tech +50,000
Washington +50,000
West Virginia +50,000
Wichita St +10,000
Wisconsin +5,000
Xavier +17,500
Field (Any Other Team)  +12,500

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The Kentucky Wildcats are still among the favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Here's a full rundown of the listed college hoops odds to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament, from Indiana, Kentucky, and Louisville down through the longshot March Madness teams.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at TopBet as of November 20:

Alabama +3,500
Arizona +1,000
Arkansas +10,000
BYU +30,000
Baylor +3,000
Belmont +40,000
Butler +6,000
California +20,000
Central Florida +50,000
Cincinnati +7,500
Clemson +8,000
Colorado +4,000
Colorado St +40,000
Creighton +2,000
Davidson +30,000
Dayton +40,000
DePaul +75,000
Drexel +40,000
Duke +600
Florida +1,000
Florida St +2,000
George Mason +75,000
Georgetown +7,500
Georgia +50,000
Georgia Tech +50,000
Gonzaga +2,000
Harvard +75,000
Illinois +20,000
Indiana +400
Iowa +12,500
Iowa St +40,000
Kansas +1,800
Kansas St +7,500
Kentucky +500
LSU +50,000
LaSalle +75,000
Long Beach St +75,000
Louisville +600
Marquette +10,000
Marshall +75,000
Maryland +20,000
Memphis +2,000
Miami FL +20,000
Michigan +1,500
Michigan St +2,200
Minnesota +10,000
Mississippi St +50,000
Missouri +2,500
Murray St +12,500
Nevada +75,000
New Mexico +30,000
North Carolina +1,000
North Carolina St +1,200
Northern Iowa +40,000
Northwestern +75,000
Notre Dame +5,000
Ohio +25,000
Ohio St +1,800
Oklahoma +20,000
Oklahoma St +4,000
Ole Miss +25,000
Oregon +30,000
Oregon St +15,000
Pittsburgh +5,000
Providence +75,000
Purdue +50,000
Richmond +75,000
Rutgers +30,000
San Diego St +2,500
Seton Hall +30,000
South Carolina +40,000
South Florida +40,000
Southern Miss +75,000
St Bonaventure +75,000
St Joes +40,000
St Johns +5,000
St Louis +25,000
St Marys +25,000
Stanford +20,000
Syracuse +1,800
Temple +25,000
Tennessee +3,000
Texas +7,500
Texas A&M +10,000
U Mass +10,000
UCLA +800
UNLV +1,200
USC +12,500
Utah St +75,000
VCU +10,000
Vanderbilt +20,000
Villanova +10,000
Virginia +40,000
Virginia Tech +50,000
Washington +20,000
West Virginia +20,000
Wichita St +40,000
Wisconsin +3,000
Xavier +30,000
Field (Any Other Team) +8,000

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The Kentucky Wildcats are now the favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Here's a full rundown of the listed college hoops odds to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament, from Kentucky, Indiana, and Louisville down through the longshot March Madness teams.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of August 20:

Kentucky 13/2
Indiana 8/1
Louisville 17/2
North Carolina 14/1
UCLA 15/1
Duke 18/1
Kansas 18/1
Ohio State 18/1
Michigan 20/1
North Carolina State 20/1
Syracuse 20/1
Arizona 25/1
Florida 25/1
Florida State 25/1
Michigan State 25/1
Missouri 30/1
Memphis 35/1
UNLV 35/1
Stanford 40/1
Texas 40/1
Baylor 50/1
Cincinnati 50/1
Creighton 50/1
Georgetown 50/1
San Diego State 50/1
Tennessee 50/1
Wisconsin 50/1
Gonzaga 55/1
Pittsburgh 60/1
Alabama 65/1
Minnesota 65/1
Notre Dame 65/1
St. John's 65/1
Butler 75/1
California 75/1
Kansas State 75/1
Marquette 75/1
St. Louis 75/1
Texas A&M 75/1
VCU 75/1
Wichita State 75/1
Davidson 100/1
Illinois 100/1
Iowa State 100/1
Purdue 100/1
Seton Hall 100/1
St. Joe's 100/1
Vanderbilt 100/1
Villanova 100/1
Virginia 100/1
Washington 100/1
West Virginia 100/1
Arizona State 125/1
Arkansas 125/1
BYU 125/1
Maryland 125/1
Miami FL 125/1
Oklahoma 125/1
Xavier 125/1
Clemson 150/1
Colorado 150/1
Iowa 150/1
New Mexico 150/1
Oklahoma State 150/1
Oregon 150/1
St. Mary's 150/1
Temple 150/1
Georgia Tech 200/1
Mississippi 200/1
Mississippi State 200/1
Oregon State 200/1
South Florida 200/1
Colorado State 250/1
Dayton 250/1
Georgia 250/1
LSU 250/1
UMass 250/1
Virginia Tech 250/1
Harvard 300/1
South Carolina 300/1

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The Indiana Hoosiers are now the favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Here's a full rundown of the listed college hoops odds to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament, from Indiana, Kentucky, and Louisville down through the longshot March Madness teams.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of July 3:

Indiana 7/1
Kentucky 15/2
Louisville 8/1
North Carolina 12/1
UCLA 15/1
Duke 18/1
Florida 18/1
Kansas 18/1
Michigan 20/1
Ohio State 20/1
Syracuse 20/1
North Carolina State 22/1
Arizona 25/1
Florida State 25/1
Michigan State 25/1
Memphis 30/1
Stanford 30/1
UNLV 35/1
Baylor 40/1
Georgetown 40/1
Texas 40/1
Alabama 50/1
Cincinnati 50/1
Creighton 50/1
Missouri 50/1
Pittsburgh 50/1
San Diego State 50/1
St. John's 50/1
Wisconsin 50/1
Gonzaga 55/1
Tennessee 60/1
Texas A&M 60/1
Minnesota 65/1
Notre Dame 65/1
Butler 75/1
California 75/1
Illinois 75/1
Marquette 75/1
Saint Louis 75/1
VCU 75/1
Villanova 75/1
Washington 75/1
West Virginia 75/1
Wichita State 75/1
Arizona State 100/1
Arkansas 100/1
BYU 100/1
Clemson 100/1
Colorado 100/1
Davidson 100/1
Iowa State 100/1
Kansas State 100/1
Maryland 100/1
Miami FL 100/1
Oklahoma 100/1
Oregon 100/1
Purdue 100/1
Seton Hall 100/1
Vanderbilt 100/1
Virginia 100/1
Xavier 100/1

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The Indiana Hoosiers are now the favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Here's a full rundown of the listed college hoops odds to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament, from Indiana, Louisville, and Kentucky down through the longshot March Madness teams.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of May 28:

Indiana 7/1
Louisville 8/1
Kentucky 10/1
Duke 15/1
Florida 15/1
North Carolina 15/1
UCLA 15/1
Kansas 18/1
Michigan 20/1
North Carolina State 20/1
Ohio State 20/1
Syracuse 20/1
Michigan State 22/1
Arizona 25/1
Baylor 25/1
Memphis 25/1
Creighton 30/1
St. John's 30/1
Missouri 35/1
Texas 35/1
UNLV 35/1
Florida State 40/1
Georgetown 40/1
Pittsburgh 40/1
Wisconsin 40/1
Alabama 50/1
Cincinnati 50/1
Colorado 50/1
Notre Dame 50/1
San Diego State 50/1
Stanford 50/1
Tennessee 50/1
Texas A&M 50/1
West Virginia 50/1
California 60/1
Gonzaga 60/1
Marquette 60/1
Washington 60/1
Butler 65/1
Vanderbilt 65/1
Villanova 65/1
Illinois 75/1
Kansas State 75/1
Miami FL 75/1
Minnesota 75/1
New Mexico 75/1
Oklahoma 75/1
Oregon 75/1
St. Louis 75/1
VCU 75/1
Virginia 75/1
Wichita State 75/1
Arizona State 100/1
Arkansas 100/1
BYU 100/1
Clemson 100/1
Colorado State 100/1
Davidson 100/1
Dayton 100/1
Georgia 100/1
Georgia Tech 100/1
Harvard 100/1
Iowa 100/1
Iowa State 100/1
LSU 100/1
Maryland 100/1
Mississippi 100/1
Mississippi State 100/1
Oklahoma State 100/1
Oregon State 100/1
Purdue 100/1
Seton Hall 100/1
South Carolina 100/1
South Florida 100/1
St. Joe's 100/1
St. Mary's 100/1
Temple 100/1
UMass 100/1
Virginia Tech 100/1
Xavier 100/1

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The Kentucky Wildcats are the opening favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Here's a full rundown of the listed college hoops odds to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament, from the tourney champion Wildcats down through the longshot March Madness teams.

Odds to Win 2013 NCAA Tournament at BetOnline as of April 3:

Alabama +5500
Arizona +6000
Arizona State +12500
Baylor +900
Belmont +12500
Brigham Young +10000
Butler +6500
California +10000
Cincinnati +5500
Clemson +4500
Colorado +8000
Colorado State +9000
Connecticut +9000
Creighton +3000
Davidson +8500
Drexel +6000
Duke +1500
Florida +3500
Florida State +3000
Georgetown +4250
Georgia +8000
Georgia Tech +6000
Gonzaga +4000
Illinois +6000
Indiana +1000
Iowa +8000
Kansas +1750
Kansas State +2500
Kentucky +600
Louisville +925
LSU +8000
Marquette +3800
Maryland +3000
Massachusetts +7500
Memphis +2000
Miami Florida +7500
Michigan +1200
Michigan State +2000
Mississippi +7500
Mississippi State +8500
Missouri +7500
Murray State +6500
New Mexico +4000
North Carolina +1000
North Carolina State +1500
Notre Dame +3500
Ohio +9000
Ohio State +1000
Oklahoma +9000
Oklahoma State +10000
Oregon +9000
Pittsburgh +8000
Purdue +5000
Saint John's +8000
Saint Louis +5000
San Diego State +1800
Seton Hall +9500
South Dakota State +8500
South Florida +10000
St. Joseph's +5500
St. Mary's +3500
Stanford +12000
Syracuse +1100
Temple +10000
Tennessee +7000
Texas +3000
Texas A&M +10000
UCLA +4500
UNLV +4500
USC +10000
Vanderbilt +5000
VCU +4500
Villanova +7000
Virginia Tech +6500
Wake Forest +12500
Washington +7000
Washington State +12500
West Virginia +7500
Wisconsin +1400
Xavier +6500

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The North Carolina Tar Heels are the current favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2012 NCAA Tournament. Here's a full rundown of the listed college hoops odds to win the 2012 NCAA Tournament, from the favored Tar Heels and Wildcats down through the longshot March Madness teams.

Odds to Win 2012 NCAA Tournament at TopBet as of March 6:

North Carolina +200
Kentucky +200
Ohio St +800
Syracuse +600
Pittsburgh +50,000
Duke +2,000
Louisville +5,000
Texas +12,500
Connecticut +6,000
Memphis +7,500
Florida +5,000
Michigan +5,000
Kansas +800
Michigan St +1,000
Arizona +20,000
Gonzaga +7,500
Xavier +20,000
Wisconsin +5,000
West Virginia +10,000
Purdue +12,500
UCLA +50,000
Washington +10,000
Florida St +5,000
Mississippi St +40,000
San Diego St +15,000
Boston College +100,000
Missouri +1,000
Cincinnati +10,000
Temple +7,500
George Mason +100,000
Tennessee +30,000
Colorado +50,000
Alabama +10,000
Indiana +4,000
Wichita St +3,000
Clemson +75,000
New Mexico +10,000
Notre Dame +5,000
St. John's +30,000
Villanova +75,000
Minnesota +75,000
Butler +100,000
Marquette +2,000
Arkansas +40,000
USC +75,000
Vanderbilt +4,500
Georgetown +2,000
Illinois +75,000
Maryland +50,000
Texas A&M +75,000
Baylor +3,000
Iowa St +6,000
BYU +75,000
UNLV +10,000
Richmond +75,000
Iowa +75,000
VCU +10,000
Georgia +75,000
Northwestern +75,000
St. Mary's +25,000
Colorado St +40,000
Old Dominion +100,000
California +12,500
Kansas St +7,500
UAB +150,000
UTEP +20,000
Texas Tech +150,000
South Florida +50,000
Long Beach St +6,000
Stanford +75,000
Oklahoma St +75,000
Miami +30,000
South Carolina +150,000
Nebraska +150,000
Virginia Tech +100,000
Oklahoma +150,000
Oregon +50,000
Dayton +150,000
Belmont +20,000
Mississippi +150,000
Penn St +150,000
Arizona St +150,000
Seton Hall +7,500
North Carolina St +150,000
LSU +150,000
Washington St +150,000
Virginia +25,000
Rutgers +100,000
Georgia Tech +150,000
Oregon St +150,000
Providence +50,000
Tulsa +150,000
Southern Mississippi +20,000
Boise St +150,000
Auburn +100,000
Utah +50,000
Utah St +150,000
Duquesne +150,000

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The North Carolina Tar Heels aren't at the top of the polls heading into the New Year, but they're still atop the college basketball futures charts at the online sportsbooks.

The Tar Heels are currently the +350 favorites at TopBet to win the 2012 NCAA Tournament, with Kentucky (+500) and Ohio State (+600) the schools right behind them on that odds list right now. Baylor has moved up significantly to fourth spot at +800 odds.

Syracuse then sits at +1000 odds at TopBet, followed by each of Louisville, Connecticut, and Duke at +1200. Looking for a longer shot to win the 2012 NCAA Tournament? Both Missouri and Vanderbilt are sitting at +1500 odds to claim the Big Dance this year.

Odds to Win 2012 NCAA Tournament at TopBet as of January 1:

North Carolina +350
Kentucky +500
Ohio State +600
Baylor +800
Syracuse +1,000
Connecticut +1,200
Louisville +1,200
Duke +1,200
Missouri +1,500
Vanderbilt +1,500
Kansas +2,000
Florida +2,500
Xavier +2,500
Indiana +3,000
Marquette +3,000
Wisconsin +3,500
Pittsburgh +4,000
Alabama +4,000
Georgetown +4,000
Texas +5,000
Arizona +5,000
Purdue +5,000
UCLA +5,000
Mississippi State +5,000
UNLV +5,000

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The North Carolina Tar Heels continue to sit atop the college basketball futures list, as the sportsbooks expect them to come out on top in the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

North Carolina is also in top spot in the preseason Top 25 released by the Associated Press last week, getting 62 of the 65 first-place votes. All five Tar Heels starters from last year return for this season.

Kentucky and Ohio State follow North Carolina on the latest NCAA Tournament futures odds, with Duke and Louisville rounding out the top teams on the current list of contenders for the Big Dance as the college hoops season gets underway . . .

Odds to Win 2012 NCAA Tournament at Bovada as of November 1:

North Carolina 7/2
Kentucky 9/2
Ohio State 15/2
Duke 9/1
Louisville 10/1
Connecticut 12/1
Syracuse 12/1
Florida 20/1
Vanderbilt 20/1
Kansas 25/1
Memphis 25/1
Michigan State 25/1
St. John's 25/1
Texas 25/1
UCLA 25/1
Pittsburgh 28/1
Indiana 30/1
Arizona 35/1
Baylor 35/1
Georgetown 35/1
Gonzaga 35/1
Michigan 35/1
Notre Dame 40/1
Texas A&M 50/1
Villanova 50/1
Washington 50/1
Wisconsin 55/1
Alabama 60/1
Butler 60/1
Kansas State 60/1
Temple 60/1
West Virginia 60/1
Florida State 65/1
Boston College 75/1
Cincinnati 75/1
Illinois 75/1
Minnesota 75/1
Mississippi State 75/1
Missouri 75/1
Oregon 75/1
Purdue 75/1
Xavier 75/1
Tennessee 80/1
UNLV 80/1

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With so much talent around college basketball heading for the NBA Draft the North Carolina Tar Heels are a cut above the rest of the class on the college basketball futures.

At Sportsbook.ag the Tar Heels are heavily favored to bring home the national championship next season at +350, and with good cause. North Carolina has Harrison Barnes, John Henson, and Tyler Zeller all returning, giving them quite a formidable lineup up front. Add in the great recruiting class of James McAdoo and P.J. Hairston and UNC is loaded.

Following the Tar Heels on the odds list are Kentucky and Ohio State, both at +600. The Wildcats may not be there for long, though. Kentucky freshmen Brandon Knight and Terrence Jones both committed to the NBA Draft, but neither has hired an agent yet. Once they do and they're gone for good the Wildcats have two gaping holes to fill. Kentucky always recruits well, and this year's big stud is Anthony Davis, but the oddsmakers could be overrating them right now.

The Buckeyes don't have the Wildcats' problems, as their young stars are coming back. Jared Sullinger and Williams Buford both passed up leaving early, but Ohio State didn't get off scott free as Jon Diebler and David Lighy both graduated. Another year of seasoning for Sullinger and Buford easily makes Ohio State the ones to beat in the Big Ten and legitimate national title contenders.

What about reigning national champs Connecticut? The Huskies will have a hard time repeating as champs now that star Kemba Walker has moved on to the NBA. It could be even tougher for UConn to continue to compete in the Big East if Jeremy Lamb or Alex Oriakhi follows Walker to the pros. Either way the Huskies are a longshot and are currently are listed at +3000 at Sportsbook.ag.

Odds to Win 2012 NCAA Tournament at Sportsbook.ag as of April 27:

North Carolina +350
Kentucky +600
Ohio State +600
Syracuse +1200
Louisville +1200
Texas +1500
Duke +2000
Pittsburgh +2500
Connecticut +3000
Memphis +3000
Kansas +3500
Michigan State +3500
Arizona +3500
Florida +4000
Michigan +4000
Wisconsin +4000
Gonzaga +4000
Xavier +5000
Purdue +6000
UCLA +6000
Washington +6000
West Virginia +6000
Butler +7500

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Duke returned to college hoops glory in 2010 and sat as the favorite to win the NCAA title at +600 before the season.

With Selection Sunday over for the 2011 tournament, they remain one of the top picks to win March Madness.

Kansas, Ohio State and Pitt join the Blue Devils at the top of the March Madness odds table, while No. 3 seed UConn, fresh off a surprise Big East title, is the highest No. 3 seed at 18/1. The Mountain West Conference is also well-represented with both San Diego State and BYU in the hunt.

Check out the current list of odds for every team in the tournament as of Bovada.

Odds to Win National Championship

1 Kansas 4/1
1 Duke 17/4
1 Ohio State 5/1
1 Pittsburgh 15/2
2 North Carolina 18/1
2 San Diego State 18/1
3 Connecticut 18/1
4 Kentucky 18/1
4 Texas 18/1
2 Notre Dame 20/1
3 Syracuse 20/1
3 Purdue 20/1
4 Louisville 22/1
2 Florida 25/1
3 BYU 40/1
5 Kansas State 40/1
7 Washington 40/1
4 Wisconsin 45/1
6 St. John's 60/1
5 Arizona 70/1
5 West Virginia 80/1
5 Vanderbilt 80/1
6 Georgetown 90/1
6 Cincinnati 100/1
10 Michigan State 100/1
11 Gonzaga 100/1
12 Utah State 100/1
9 Illinois 100/1
9 Villanova 125/1
11 Missouri 125/1
8 UNLV 125/1
11 Marquette 150/1
6 Xavier 150/1
7 UCLA 150/1
7 Temple 150/1
9 Old Dominion 175/1
13 Belmont 200/1
7 Texas A&M 200/1
8 Butler 200/1
9 Tennessee 200/1
8 George Mason 250/1
10 Florida State 250/1
10 Penn State 250/1
11 USC 250/1
8 Michigan 250/1
12 Clemson 250/1
12 Memphis 275/1
10 Georgia 300/1
13 Oakland 300/1
12 Richmond 300/1
11 VCU 350/1
13 Morehead State 400/1
13 Princeton 500/1
12 UAB 500/1
14 Indiana State 500/1
14 St. Peter's 500/1
14 Wofford 500/1
14 Bucknell 500/1
15 Akron 500/1
15 UC Santa Barbara 500/1
15 Northern Colorado 500/1
15 Long Island 1000/1
16 Alabama State 1000/1
16 UTSA 1000/1
16 Boston University 1000/1
16 Ark - Little Rock 1000/1
16 UNC – Asheville 1000/1
16 Hampton 1000/1

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Duke has remained at +600 to win the NCAA title and the Blue Devils are looking to repeat for the second time after winning it all in 1991 and 1992. The Blue Devils did lose some talent, but they will return Kyle Singler, Nolan Smith, Mason and Miles Plumlee and they have the second ranked recruiting class including recently signing prized recruit Austin Rivers, who may be a star as a freshman.

Michigan State was at +900 a couple of months back, but now Bovada has them at +700. The Spartans lost Raymar Morgan, but they still have former Big 10 Player of the Year Kalin Lucas. He is recovering from injury last season, but should be 100% when this season rolls around. Durrell Summers, Draymond Green, Chris Allen, Delvin Roe and Korie Lucious are all back and the Spartans have some good incoming freshman.

Purdue has jumped from +1000 two months ago to a current +800 at Bovada. The Boilermakers did make the Sweet 16 last season, but they had to do it without Robbie Hummel, who was lost for the season with a knee injury. Hummel is back and he and E'Twaun Moore and JaJuan Johnson lead a solid senior core.

Bovada has North Carolina at +1000 and hopes are high in Chapel Hill and one of the main reasons is they snagged #1 ranked prize recruit Harrison Barnes. With Lary Drew II running the point and low post scorer John Henson down low the Tar Heels should have a great inside-outside game. UNC also returns Tyler Zeller and Dexter Strickland and they also bring in another talented freshman in Reggie Bullock.

Kentucky has remained at +1500 at Bovada even though they have had a tough off-season with some recruiting and player transcript issues. Still, even though they lost some guys to the NBA draft they return Darius Miller and DeAndre Liggins and have the nation’s top ranked recruiting class.

Bovada has Ohio State at +1500 after being at +2000 a couple months back. The Boilermakers return David Lighty, Jon Diebler and William Buford and they have some great recruits including C Jared Sullinger and forward Deshaun Thomas.

Kansas State is at +2500 at Bovada and they return most of their players and with the talent they have this may be the year they are the top hoops school in the state.

Pitt is at +2500 at Bovada and while they have a talented team they will need big man Dante Taylor to step up and be solid on offense and on the boards this season.

Here are odds for the top 20 teams to win the NCAA title as of October 1st and to get the full list check out Bovada.

Duke +600
Michigan St +700
Purdue +800
North Carolina +1200
Kentucky +1500
Ohio St +2000
Kansas St +2500
Florida +2500
Pittsburgh +2500
Memphis +3000
West Virginia +3000
Kansas +3000
Illinois +3000
Villanova +3000
Baylor +3000
Washington +3000
Texas +3000
Syracuse +3000
U Conn +4000
Louisville +4000
Missouri +4000