Michigan Odds to Win the 2018 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship at 10-1

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Mar/21/2018

The Michigan Wolverines were coming in at 10/1 odds of winning the 2018 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship for a potential payout of $1000 on every $100 bet.

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Against SEC opponents, Michigan has only covered the spread in three out of twelve games dating all the way back to 1992.   They won only five of those outright plus an additonal loss.

Michigan got into this year’s Sweet 16 thanks to a miracle with freshman Jordan Poole hitting a long three-pointer down by two just as the buzzer was about to sound.

”I saw everybody celebrating,” Michigan’s Jordan Poole said later, ”and I always thought if I hit a shot like that, I didn’t want to get tackled. So I tried to avoid everybody.”

Odds to win 2018 NCAA Men's Tournament (4/2/18)
Team Odds
Villanova 3/1
Duke 15/4
Kansas 7/1
Gonzaga 15/2
Kentucky 15/2
Michigan 10/1
Purdue 12/1
West Virginia 13/1
Texas A&M 25/1
Texas Tech 25/1
Clemson 35/1
Florida State 50/1
Nevada 50/1
Kansas State 55/1
Loyola Chicago 65/1
Syracuse 75/1

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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