Mountain West Tournament Odds


PARADISE, NV (TheSpread) – The 2014 Mountain West Conference Tournament looks to be a two-horse race. Here is a look at the odds to win.

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According to oddsmakers at, both New Mexico and San Diego State are co-favorites, as each has 3/2 odds to win. The other shorts odds to win is UNLV, which comes in at 7/2

This is a standard 11-team tournament with three opening round games and five teams getting a bye. The games begin Wednesday and conclude on Saturday from the Thomas & Mack Center.

San Diego State is the top seed after going 16-2 in conference play and 27-3 overall. The Aztecs have won this tournament four times, with the last title coming in 2011.

New Mexico enters as the No. 2 seed. The Lobos were 15-3 in conference play and 24-6 overall. New Mexico has won this tournament three times and is the two-time defending champion.

UNLV is the No. 4 seed. It went 10-8 in Mountain West play and is 19-12 overall. The Rebels are a three-time winner of this event, with the last title coming in 2008.

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For a complete look at each team’s odds to win the 2014 Mountain West Conference Tournament, see below.

2014 Mountain West Conference Tournament Odds To Win

New Mexico 3/2 

San Diego State 3/2 

UNLV 7/2 

Boise State 9/1 

Fresno State 33/1 

Utah State 33/1 

Nevada 40/1 

Wyoming 40/1 

Colorado State 66/1 

Air Force 500/1 

San Jose State 1000/1

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