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Florida Odds to Win the 2011 NCAA Championship

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Mar/23/2011
Florida Odds to Win the 2011 NCAA Championship

Florida odds to win the 2011 NCAA Championship were at 14/1 at SBG Global, paying $1400 for every $100 bet or $140 for every $10 bet.  They had 30/1 odds coming into the Tournament. 

Florida heads into the Sweet 16 following a 73-64 win over number 7-seeded UCLA.

They advance for the first time since winning back-to-back National Championships in 2006 and 2007.

Ervin Walker scored 21 points included 10 of Florida’s final 12 points. 

"He's so quick. He's very fast. He's athletic, and he's very skilled," UCLA coach Ben Howland said. "He can really shoot it. He shoots a very high percentage from 3 and he's a fearless little guy."

The Gators will meet BYU on Thursday.  BYU beat Florida 99-92 in double overtime in a first-round game last season and they have their work cut out for them against top scorer Jimmer Fredette. 

"The game plan isn't just to stop Jimmer," the Gators' Chandler Parsons said. "They've got a complete team. We had a taste playing against them last year and now we understand just how good they are. We don't have to watch film to understand that. They're strong and they execute."

Florida is unpredictable and has plenty of weapons.  Four players average at least 11 points and the Gators often use a 10-man rotation.

Parsons is averaging 11.4 points, 7.7 rebounds and 3.7 assists and is able to make three-point shots.

More odds to win the 2011 NCAA Championship appear below and are courtesy of SBG Global

 

Arizona +6000

Butler +4500

BYU +2500

Connecticut +1200

Duke +350

Florida +1400

Florida State +3000

Kansas +200

Kentucky +1400

Marquette +7500

North Carolina +1200

Ohio State +300

Wisconsin +1500

Field (Any Other) NA NA +1000

 

Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com  

 

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