Odds to Win the 2018 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship Selection Sunday

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Mar/11/2018

Gambling911.com has your odds to win the 2018 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship title heading into Selection Sunday.  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

9/2 favorites Villanova will enter the 2018 March Madness with six covers in their last ten.  While they pummled Marquette and Butler heading into Saturday's game against Providence, the later forced them into overtime.  They held on to win 76-66. Villanova will likely be the #1 seed in the East and heading to Pittsburgh for a Thursday game.

The No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels, 71-63, on Saturday night and were crowned 2018 ACC Tournament Champions.  Virginia captured its third ACC Tournament title (1976 and 2018 vs. North Carolina and 2014 vs. Duke).  Virginia has won a school-record 31 games.  The Cavaliers captured the ACC regular-season and tournament titles for the second time (2014 and 2018).  They owned an impressive 20-9 record Against The Spread heading into this week's March Madness frenzy.  They have covered in half of their last ten games overall while winning all but one of their last ten outright.  Their odds of winning the Championship were at 6/1.

The Blue Devils have been delivering with a 20-11 record Against The Spread.  They have covered the spread in seven of their last ten overall.  They were listed at 5/1 odds of winning the 2018 NCAA Men's Tournament.

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Odds to win 2017-18 NCAA Men's Tournament (4/2/18)
Team Odds
Villanova 9/2
Duke 5/1
Virginia 6/1
Michigan State 8/1
Michigan 9/1
Kansas 10/1
North Carolina 12/1
Purdue 12/1
Wichita State 14/1
Florida 20/1
West Virginia 20/1
Arizona 20/1
Xavier 20/1
Cincinnati 20/1
Tennessee 20/1
Texas Tech 20/1
Kentucky 25/1
Gonzaga 25/1
Auburn 33/1
Ohio State 33/1
Oklahoma 40/1
Missouri 40/1
Alabama 40/1
Texas A&M 40/1
Saint Mary's, CA 50/1
Rhode Island 50/1
Clemson 50/1
Penn State 50/1
UCLA 66/1
Baylor 66/1
Seton Hall 66/1
TCU 66/1
Texas 66/1
Arizona State 66/1
Florida State 80/1
USC 80/1
Arkansas 80/1
Virginia Tech 80/1
Creighton 80/1
North Carolina State 80/1
Louisville 100/1
Notre Dame 100/1
Miami, Fl. 100/1
Nevada 100/1
Loyola-Chicago 100/1
Houston 100/1
Syracuse 100/1
Oklahoma State 100/1
Washington 100/1
Butler 125/1
Middle Tennessee 125/1
Mississippi State 125/1
St. John's 150/1
Indiana 200/1
Memphis 200/1
Providence 200/1
Georgia 200/1
Kansas State 200/1
New Mexico State 250/1
Vermont 250/1
East Tennessee State 250/1
Louisiana 250/1
Harvard 500/1
Boise State 500/1
Florida Gulf Coast 500/1
Charleston 500/1
Rider 500/1
Buffalo 500/1
South Dakota State 500/1
St. Bonaventure 500/1
Montana 1000/1
UNC Asheville 1000/1
UC Santa Barbara 1000/1
Pennsylvania 1000/1
Toledo 1000/1
Belmont 1000/1
Nicholls 1000/1
Winthrop 1000/1
Savannah State 1000/1
 

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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