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Odds to Win the 2009 NCAA Championship (Elite 8 Version)

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Mar/28/2009

The Elite 8 have been named and Gambling911.com has your odds to win the 2009 NCAA Championship.

All four number one seeds were heading into the Elite 8 and North Carolina remained the favorite at +200 or 2/1 odds at Bookmaker.com

Louisville was listed just shy of 4/1 or +400 odds.

Connecticut and Pittsburgh had much longer odds at +500, paying $500 for every $100 bet.

The big payout would come with a Michigan State win.  They had +1400 odds for a payout potential of $1400 for every $100 bet at Bookmaker.com

Missouri would pay out $935 for every $100 bet.

Oklahoma would pay $1000 for every $100 bet.

Villanova promised a payout of $700 for every $100 bet. 

Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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