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College Basketball Power Rankings Week 15 February 13 – Latest Odds

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Feb/13/2017

Gambling911.com has your College Basketball Power Rankings for Week 15 where Gonzaga continues to dominate.

  1. Gonzaga Bulldogs – They continue to lead the pack week after week and deserve to be ranked number one with an undefeated record and incredible 18-4-1 record Against The Spread.  They still have incredible value in terms of winning the 2017 NCAA College Basketball Championship with odds of 8-1 or a payout of $800 for every $100 bet.
  2. Villanova Wildcats – At 24-2 Straight Up, the Wildcats are a very unimpressive 13-12 Against The Spread.  It’s no wonder the oddsmakers have listed them with the 5th shortest odds of winning the National Championship as opposed to the 2nd shortest odds.  They will pay $1000 on a $100 bet.
  3. Kansas Jayhawks – They are 22-3 Straight Up but an abysmal 7-15-1 Against The Spread.  That has the bookies, especially in the state of Kansas, smiling.  Kansas pays 9-1 odds to win the Championship.
  4. Baylor Bears – The Bears might be ranked number four in the nation with a 22-3 record and respectable 12-8 Against The Spread, their odds of winning the 2017 NCAA Championship would pay out $3000 for every $100 bet.
  5. Arizona Wildcats – Arizona pays 15-1 odds should they win the Championship.  The Wildcats are 23-3 Straight Up and sitting at the .500 mark ATS.
  6. UCLA – Identical record to Arizona both Straight Up and Against The Spread and with the same odds of winning the Championship as well.
  7. Oregon – The Ducks are 22-4 Straight Up and a decent 15-10 Against The Spread to date.  They would pay 15-1 odds with a Championship victory.
  8. Louisville – 20-5 on the season thus far, the Cardinals play in the competitive Atlantic Coast Conference where there are technically three teams with the same or better records than theirs, including North Carolina, Florida State and Duke (tied).  Of these teams, the Cardinals have the best record Against The Spread at 15-7-1. Louisville pays $1600 on a $100 bet should they win the Championship.
  9. North Carolina – 21-5 but sitting at .500 Against The Spread, the Tar Heels were at 10-1 to win the National Championship.
  10. Wisconsin – 21-4 Straight Up and 11-11 ATS.  They pay 30-1 odds.

 

West Virginia was ranking near the top 10 or in the top 10 depending on the poll.  They are 20-5 with an 11-9 ATS record.  They’ll pay 25-1 odds.

Duke has the 2nd shortest odds of winning the 2017 NCAA Championship but rank between the 12 and 14 spot depending on the poll.  They have a 20-5 record Straight Up and are four games below the .500 mark Against The Spread.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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