Odds to Win 2014 NCAA Basketball Championship: Michigan St, Louisville, Virginia

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Mar/17/2014
Odds to Win 2014 NCAA Basketball Championship: Michigan St, Louisville, Virginia

Odds to win the 2014 NCAA Basketball Championship for Michigan State were +550, Louisville 6/1 and Virginia 12/1.  All odds courtesy of SportsBetting.ag, where you can bet all of these games LIVE IN-PLAY right up to the final minute.

Virginia beat Duke Sunday to capture their first ACC title in 38 years.  At 12/1 odds, there is terrific value here.

Virginia is the 15th team to win the ACC regular season and conference tournament in the same season. 12 of the previous 14 went on to receive a 1-seed in the NCAA tournament. * Virginia is just the 8th team to win the ACC regular season title OUTRIGHT and win the tournament. Of those previous 7 teams, only last year's Miami squad didn't receive a 1-seed in the NCAA Tournament. 

Number 22-ranked Michigan State beat number 8-ranked Michigan on Sunday and now have the 2nd shortest odds.

The Spartans have won all four Big Ten Tournament championship games that it has played in, earning a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament each of the previous three years.  

Louisville had much longer odds coming into Selection Sunday.  They win the first ever AAC title.  The Cardinals (29-5) clinched their 40th NCAA tournament berth in style with their 19th overall tournament title.

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Florida +500 (pays $500 for every $100 bet)

Michigan State +550

Louisville +600

Arizona +700

Kansas +1200 (pays $1200 for every $100 bet)

Virginia +1200

Wichita St +1500

Duke +1800

Wisconsin +2000

Syracuse +2000

Michigan +3000

Villanova +3000

Iowa St +3000

UCLA +3000

Creighton +4000

Kentucky +4000

North Carolina +600

Oklahoma St +6000

Ohio St +7000

San Diego St +10000 (pays $10000 for every $100 bet)

Oklahoma +10000

Pittsburgh +10000

New Mexico +10000

Oregon +10000

U Conn +10000

z Field (Any Other Team) +10000

Cincinnati +10000

Baylor +10000

VCU +12000

Texas +1250

St Louis +12500

Memphis +15000

U Mass +20000

Tennessee +20000

Iowa +20000

Gonzaga +20000

Arizona St +30000

Stanford +30000

Providence +30000

St Josephs +35000

Nebraska +45000

BYU +50000

George Washington +50000

North Dakota St +50000

Dayton +50000

NC State +50000

Colorado +50000

Xavier +50000

Kansas St +50000

Harvard +50000

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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