Nevada Odds to Win the 2018 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship

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Mar/21/2018

Nevada just barely got by number two-ranked Cincinnati with a 75-73 finish, but they were also the underdog in this matchup.

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The Wolfpack rallied from 22 points down in the final 11 minutes Sunday to stun the Bearcats.  It is their first Sweet 16 appearance since 2004.

Nevada still promises a sweet payout of 50/1 or $5000 for every $100 bet should they go onto win the 2018 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship.

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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