Michigan State Spartans Odds to Win the 2019 Men's College Basketball Championship - December 8

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Don Shapiro
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The Michigan Spartans odds of winning the 2019 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship were set at 33-1 as of December 8.


Odds to win 2019 NCAA Men's Tournament (4/8/19)
Team Odds
Duke 5/2
Gonzaga 6/1
Kansas 10/1
Virginia 12/1
Nevada 14/1
Kentucky 16/1
Michigan 16/1
North Carolina 16/1
Tennessee 20/1
Villanova 25/1
Auburn 33/1
Michigan State 33/1
Kansas State 40/1
Texas Tech 40/1
Florida 50/1
Indiana 50/1
Mississippi State 50/1
Ohio State 50/1
Oregon 50/1
Purdue 50/1
Syracuse 50/1
UCLA 50/1
Virginia Tech 50/1
West Virginia 50/1
Wichita State 50/1
Wisconsin 50/1
Cincinnati 66/1
Clemson 66/1
Florida State 66/1
LSU 66/1
Marquette 66/1
Maryland 66/1
Miami, Fl. 66/1
St. John's 66/1
Louisville 80/1
Texas 80/1
Arizona 100/1
Arizona State 100/1
Baylor 100/1
Buffalo 100/1
Butler 100/1
North Carolina State 100/1
Penn State 100/1
Seton Hall 100/1
TCU 100/1
Texas A&M 100/1
Vanderbilt 100/1
Washington 100/1
Xavier 100/1
Loyola-Chicago 150/1

From ESPN.com: “Cassius Winston has taken the next step this season, becoming the Spartans' go-to-guy on the offensive end -- while maintaining his high assist totals and minimizing his turnover numbers. He already has scored at least 19 points in five of eight games, after hitting that mark only three times all last season, and has 18 assists and one turnover in his past two games.”

Heading into their December 8 game versus Florida, the Spartans were 7-2 Straight Up with a 6-3 record Against The Spread. 

Nick Ward made all 10 of his shots, scored a career-high 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead No. 10 Michigan State to a 90-68 win over No. 18 Iowa on Monday night.

They have struggled on the road, going 4-9-1 ATS  in their last 14 away games.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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