Sun Belt Tournament Odds


HOT SPRINGS, AK (TheSpread) – The 2013 Sun Belt Conference Tournament has one clear favorite in an 11-team field. Here is a look at the odds to win this title.

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This tournament is an 11-team single elimination tournament with three first round games and five teams getting byes into the quarterfinals. The tournament takes place from March 8-11 from Summit Arena in Hot Springs, Arkansas. According to oddsmakers at, Middle Tennessee is the favorite to win, as it has 2/7 odds to claim the tournament title. Other short odds to win are Arkansas State (11/2) and South Alabama (15/1).

Middle Tennessee is the top seed in the tournament after going an impressive 19-1 in conference play and winning the East Division. The Blue Raiders are also 27-4 overall. Middle Tennessee has never won this tournament.

Arkansas State is the No. 2 seed after winning the West Division at 12-8 in conference play. The Red Wolves are 18-11 overall. Arkansas State has won this tournament one time, in 1999.

South Alabama is the third seed. They were 14-6 in conference play and 17-11 overall. South Alabama has won this tournament five times, the last victory coming in 2006.

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The 2013 Sun Belt Conference Tournament takes place from March 8-11 at the Summit Arena in Hot Springs, Arkansas. For odds on each team to win the Sun Belt Conference Tournament, see below.

2013 Sun Belt Conference Tournament Odds To Win

Middle Tennessee 2/7 

Arkansas State 11/2 

South Alabama 15/1 

Arkansas Little Rock 20/1 

Florida International 20/1 

Western Kentucky 20/1 

Florida Atlantic 50/1 

North Texas 50/1 

Louisiana Lafayette 75/1 

Troy 150/1 

Louisiana Monroe 500/1

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