NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Betting Props

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Everyone and their grandmother is betting on the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, and there is plenty to wager on, including Tournament betting props. 

BetUS.com has some great ones, including the team most likely to get into a brawl first and most likely coach to be ejected. 

The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is easily one of the most anticipated, most watched, and most interacted with sporting events in the US. Fans filling out predictive brackets, office pools, and round the clock news coverage is all part of the deal. Whether they are looking for an edge or looking for solace in their favorite team's seed, fans turn to the largest most successful sportsbook on the web, BetUS.com for answers. This being the case, their analysts posted odds on ALL things NCAA hoops.

"March Madness always pushes our site traffic to record numbers," stated BetUS spokesman Reed Richards. "And this year is no different. It's a testament to the overwhelming level of interest in NCAA Men's Basketball from the fans - the fact that they swarm our site daily for answers and predictions on who's best or who'll be best on a given day and most importantly - whether they'll actually fill out a perfect bracket."

Analysts at BetUS.com posted the following odds on the 2009 Men's NCAA Hoops Tournament:

Most likely team to get in a brawl

Syracuse   4/1

Siena   2/1

Michigan St   4/1

Gonzaga   5/1

BC   5/1

UConn   4/1

Maryland   3/1

Texas A&M   4/1

Marquette   5/1

Most likely coach to get ejected

Jim Boeheim   5/1

Trent Johnson   3/1

Roy Williams   4/1

Tim Floyd   2/1

Leonard Hamilton   5/1

Mike Krzyzewski   8/1

Jim Calhoun   3/1

John Calipari   5/1

Rick Pitino   6/1

Jim Boylen   5/1

Tom Izzo   6/1

Most likely tourney leading scorer

Jeff Teague (Wake Forest)   5/1

Chase Budinger (Arizona)   10/1

De'Sean Butler (West Virginia)   10/1

Sherron Collins (Kansas)   7/2

Jerel McNeal (Marquette)   6/1

DeMarre Carroll (Missouri)   8/1

Jerome Randle (California)   10/1

Blake Griffin (Oklahoma)   2/1

Tyreke Evans (Memphis)   10/1

Sam Young (Pittsburgh)   5/1

James Anderson (Oklahoma State)   8/1

Toney Douglas (Florida State)   5/1

Dante Cunningham (Villanova)   10/1

Kyle Singler (Duke)   4/1

Tyler Hansbrough (UNC)   5/2

Marcus Thornton (LSU)   4/1

James Harden (ASU)   4/1

Jonny Flynn (Syracuse)   8/1

Manny Harris (Michigan)   8/1


First technical on tourney goes to

Fran McCaffery   5/2

Thad Matta   4/1

Tim Floyd   2/1

Jim Boeheim   3/1

Jim Calhoun   4/1

Most likely team to be upset

Oklahoma State   4/1

Michigan State   3/1

Kansas   3/1

Utah   4/1

Uconn   8/1

Washington   5/1

Marquette   5/1

California   4/1

Most likely GPA NEXT season

Over/Under   28.5

Odds that you fill out bracket 100 percent correctly

1 in 150 million

Odds of there being no upsets in the final two rounds

1 in 13.2 million.

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