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A View To 2018 Odds To Win College Basketball Championship

Written by on August 18, 2017

The 2018 college basketball season may still be months away from getting started, but if the upcoming campaign is anywhere as competitive as each of the last two seasons, then you probably can’t get started too early in formulating your betting plans. Thanks to this early look at the NCAAB betting odds to win the 2018 national championships, you’re going to have a great idea of which teams are the top favorites, which ones are value-packed contenders and which ones are long shots at best. Let’s get started.

A View To 2018 Odds To Win College Basketball Championship


Odds to win 2018 College Basketball Championship

Arizona +1000 Bradley +4000 Butler +2000 Cincinnati +6500 Connecticut +6500 Creighton +8000 Duke +650 Florida Gators +1600 Florida State +4000 Gonzaga +1500 Indiana +2000 Kansas +650 Kentucky +650 Louisville +650 Michigan +1600 Michigan State +1600 North Carolina +800 Notre Dame +5000 Northwestern +4000 Oregon +2500 Purdue +5800 Seton Hall +4000 SMU +4000 South Carolina +6000 Saint Marys +4000 Syracuse +8000 UCLA +1600 Villanova +1200 Virginia +2500 West Virginia +1600 Wichita State +2500 Wisconsin+5500 Xavier +6500 Others On Request

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As you can see, a quartet of teams are all considered co-favorites heading into the 2017-18 season with Duke, Kansas, Kentucky and Louisville all identical +650 picks to win the 2018 championship. Reigning national champion North Carolina stands alone as a +800 pick while 2015-16 national championship winner Villanova also sits alone as a +1200 pick to win their second title in three years after losing NBA-bound shooting guard Josh Hart. National championship runner-up Gonzaga also stands alone as a +1500 pick to win the national championship after coming up just short this past season. Four more teams are all +1600 picks to hoist the national championship hardware this season in Florida, Michigan, Michigan State, West Virginia and UCLA. Overachieving Butler and underachieving Indiana are both +2000 picks while defensive-minded Virginia and offensive-minded Wichita State and 2016-17 Final Four participant Oregon are all identical +2500 picks. Last but not least, a quartet of teams are all +4000 national championship hopefuls in Northwestern, Seton Hall, SMU and Florida State. If you like teams loaded with five-star recruits, then Kentucky or Duke fit the bill. If you’re looking for teams that are offering great value against their slightly longer odds, then Villanova or Gonzaga could be the teams for you. No matter which teams you like best, you can expect the 2017-18 college basketball season to be another thriller in what has suddenly become a succession of them.
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