College Basketball NCAA Tournament Betting Odds (Now Up)

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Dan Shapiro
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As expected, the oldest online sportsbook catering to the North American market, has released College Basketball NCAA Tournament Betting odds for this week's games beginning with the first game on Tuesday.  Visit here

It's a game between Mount St. Marys and Coppin State with Mount St. Mary's favored by -6 1/2 points. 

The real fun starts on Thursday when a whole slate of games are set to begin, truly kick starting the 2008 March Madness season.

College Basketball NCAA Tournament betting odds have been posted for all 12 games taking place on that day.

Kansas opens as a -25 1/2 favorite verses Portland State Bet It Here

Kent is a -1 1/2 favorite vs. UNLV Bet It Here

Wisconsin, which won big just before the Selection Sunday teams were announced, is listed with -12 1/2 odds over Fullerton. Bet It Here

USC was an early -2 1/2 favorite against Kansas State. Bet It Here

Notre Dame was -7 vs. George Mason Bet It Here

Washington State was -8 1/2 vs. Winthrop Bet It Here

Michigan State was -6 1/2 vs. Temple Bet It Here

Texas A&M was a -2 favorite over BYU Bet It Here

A very good Pittsburgh team was -10 over Oral Roberts Bet It Here

Stanford was -16 vs. Cornell Bet It Here

Marquette was -5 vs. Kentucky Bet It Here

And the most lopsided matchup of the day belonged to UCLA with -31 1/2 odds over Mississippi Valley. Bet It Here

Selection Sunday was proving to be an epic day in terms of overall traffic for the website, offering a precursor of what the office environment is bound to be like starting Monday with all those great office pools going on.

But if you want to win even more money betting the games Be sure to check out here

Friday's odds are also available on the website. 


Dan Shapiro,

Originally published March 16, 2008 10:03 pm EST

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