2009 NCAA College Championships Betting Odds

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
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2009 NCAA College Championships Betting

The Conference Championships take place all this week, with an exciting lead-up to ‘Selection Sunday' for March Madness.

And as a special bonus, Sportsbook.com is giving Reduced Juice on all First and Second-Half Lines for Championship Week.

Sportsbook.com has odds for 12 conferences overall. Here's a look at the six biggest.  

ACC (Georgia Dome, Atlanta)

Thursday, March 12th - Sunday, March 15th

North Carolina (4:7)

Duke (7:2)

Wake Forest (5:1)

Florida State (18:1)

The Field (9:2)

Outlook: North Carolina won the last two years but an upset is a good possibility this time around.

Big East (Madison Square Garden, New York)

Tuesday, March 10th - Saturday, March 14th

Pittsburgh (7:4)

Connecticut (5:2)

Louisville (5:2)

Villanova (7:1)

The Field (4:1)

Outlook: There are a lot of good teams in this 16 team conference besides these four.

Big Ten (Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis)

Thursday, March 12th - Sunday, March 15th

Michigan State (6:5)

Purdue (7:2)

Illinois (4:1)

Wisconsin (7:1)

Ohio State (8:1)

The Field (6:1)

Outlook: There is no dominant team in this conference despite the odds pointing heavily towards Michigan State.

Big 12 (Ford Center, Oklahoma City)

Wednesday, March 11th - Saturday, March 14th

Kansas (7:4)

Oklahoma (8:5)

Missouri (4:1)

Kansas State (15:1)

The Field (3:1)

Outlook: A healthy Blake Griffin could make all the difference in the Big 12 tournament.

Pac-10 (Staples Center, Los Angeles)

Wednesday, March 11th - Saturday, March 14th

UCLA (6:5)

Washington (5:2)

Arizona State (5:1)

California (7:1)

Arizona (10:1)

USC (10:1)

The Field (20:1)

Outlook: The Field number is a lot higher here as six of the 10 schools have individual odds.

SEC (St. Petersburg Times Forum, Tampa)

Thursday, March 12th - Sunday, March 15th

LSU (3:1)

Tennessee (3:1)

South Carolina (5:1)

Auburn (10:1)

The Field (1:1)

Outlook: This has been a down year in the conference but a couple of schools may surprise in March Madness.

Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

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