MEAC Tournament Odds


NORFOLK, VA (TheSpread) – Thirteen teams will contend for the 2014 MEAC Tournament title this week. Here is a look at the odds for this tournament.

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According to oddsmakers at, North Carolina Central is the clear favorite to win, as it has 1/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Hampton (7/2) and Morgan State (6/1).

This is a standard 13-team tournament with five opening round games beginning Monday at the Norfolk Scope. The top three seeds have a bye into the quarterfinals. The championship will be held on March 15.

N.C. Central has the top seed after going 15-1 in MEAC play and 25-5 overall. North Carolina Central is seeking its first MEAC Tournament title.

Hampton is the No. 2 seed in the tournament. It went 13-3 in conference play and was 18-11 overall. Hampton has won this tournament four times, with the last title coming in 2011.

Morgan State is the No. 3 seed despite a 13-15 overall record. It went 11-5 in conference play this year. Morgan State is a three-time winner of this tournament, with the last championship coming in 2010.

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For a complete look at each team’s odds to win the 2014 Mid-East Atlantic Conference Tournament, see below.

2014 Mid-East Atlantic Conference Tournament Odds To Win

North Carolina Central 1/2 

Hampton 7/2 

Morgan State 6/1 

Norfolk State 10/1 

Savannah State 20/1 

Coppin State 33/1 

Delaware State 50/1 

Florida A&M 50/1 

North Carolina A&T 100/1 

Bethune-Cookman 150/1 

Howard 250/1 

Maryland Eastern Shore 500/1 

South Carolina State 500/1

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