Bet the Kansas Jayhawks March Madness 2020: Payout Odds to Win NCAA Men's Tournament

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Tyrone Black
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The Kansas Jayhawks odds of winning the 2020 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship were set at 4/1 to 10/1 depending on the book as of March 2.  BetOnline was promising a payout of $600 for every $100 bet on Jayhawks to winAs of March 2 the Jayhawks had only lost one game and were 18-11 Against The Spread.

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(March 2, 2020) - A string of losses to unranked opponents led to upheaval in the AP Top 25 this week.  Kansas kept winning, strengthening its grip on No. 1.  The Jayhawks were the unanimous choice for the top spot in The Associated Press men's college basketball poll released Monday, receiving all 64 votes from a media panel.

(March 2, 2020) - ESPN.com had the Jayhawks atop their Power Rankings:

1. Kansas Jayhawks (26-3)
Previous ranking: 1
This week: vs. TCU (Wednesday), at Texas Tech (Saturday)

After winning at least a share of 14 straight Big 12 titles, Kansas finished in third last season, behind Texas Tech and Kansas State. But the Jayhawks are now on track to begin a new streak, after escaping against Kansas State -- and Baylor falling at TCU. They are now one game ahead of Baylor with two games to go. The big story from Saturday's win over Kansas State -- aside from Devon Dotson's 25 points -- was Udoka Azubuike injuring an ankle on a couple of occasions, leading to an extended role for sophomore David McCormack, who answered the bell. McCormack finished with nine points off the bench. Azubuike still might be the most valuable player in the country, though, and coach Bill Self will not want to test out that theory.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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