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Houston Payout Odds to Win the 2021 NCAA Tournament

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Mar/14/2021

The Houston Cougars promise a payout of $1800 for every $100 bet to win the 2021 NCAA Tournament. 

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  • Quentin Grimes scored 21 points with five 3-pointers, Marcus Sasser had 16 points and No. 7 Houston beat Cincinnati 91-54 on Sunday in the third consecutive American Athletic Conference tournament championship game between the two teams.
  • DraftKings Nation: The strength of this Houston team comes in rebounding the ball where the Cougars are tied for fourth in the country in rebounds per game and second in offensive rebounds per game.
  • Draftkings Nation: Giving this team second chances could be the difference in a tight game during the tournament.

Odds To Win 2021 National Championship (4/5/21)

Team American Fractional
Gonzaga +220 11/5
Baylor +400 4/1
Michigan +450 9/2
Illinois +1000 10/1
Houston +1800 18/1
Iowa +1800 18/1
Florida State +2000 20/1
West Virginia +2000 20/1
Oklahoma State +2300 23/1
Ohio State +2500 18/1
Creighton +2600 26/1
Alabama +2700 20/1
Texas +2800 28/1
Kansas +3000 30/1
Texas Tech +3000 30/1
Connecticut +3200 55/1
Virginia +3200 28/1
Oklahoma +3500 35/1
Wisconsin +4000 40/1
Villanova +4400 25/1
Tennessee +4500 45/1
Arkansas +5000 50/1
Colorado +5500 55/1
Loyola Chicago +5500 55/1
Oregon +5500 55/1
USC +5500 55/1
Purdue +6000 60/1
San Diego State +6000 60/1
Missouri +6500 65/1
North Carolina +6500 65/1
LSU +7500 75/1
Louisville +7500 75/1
Michigan State +7500 75/1
UCLA +7500 75/1
BYU +8000 80/1
Clemson +8000 80/1
Virginia Tech +8000 80/1
Florida +9000 90/1
Georgia Tech +9000 90/1
Drake +11000 110/1
Stanford +11000 110/1
Utah State +11000 110/1
Virginia Commonwealth +11000 110/1
Boise State +12000 120/1
Kentucky +12000 120/1
Maryland +12000 120/1
Xavier +12000 120/1
Memphis +13000 130/1
SMU +13000 130/1
Wichita State +13000 130/1
Arizona State +15000 150/1
Colgate +15000 150/1
Providence +15000 150/1
Belmont +18000 180/1
Indiana +18000 180/1
Minnesota +18000 180/1
Mississippi +18000 180/1
Penn State +18000 180/1
Saint Louis +18000 180/1
St. John's +18000 180/1
California +20000 200/1
Central Florida +20000 200/1
Cincinnati +20000 200/1
Davidson +20000 200/1
Dayton +20000 200/1
Georgetown +20000 200/1
Georgia +20000 200/1
Mississippi State +20000 200/1
NC State +20000 200/1
Nebraska +20000 200/1
Nevada +20000 200/1
Northern Iowa +20000 200/1
Northwestern +20000 200/1
Rhode Island +20000 200/1
Richmond +20000 200/1
Saint Mary's CA +20000 200/1
Syracuse +20000 200/1
TCU +20000 200/1
Temple +20000 200/1
UNLV +20000 200/1
Utah +20000 200/1
Washington +20000 200/1
Washington State +20000 200/1
Western Kentucky +20000 200/1
Wofford +20000 200/1

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