Mountain West Tournament Odds


PARADISE, NV (TheSpread) – The 2013 Mountain West Tournament kicks off action tonight. Here is a look at the odds to win this respectable mid-major tournament.

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This Tournament is a 9-team single elimination tournament where the top seven teams have a bye into the quarterfinals. Each game is played at the Thomas & Mack Center in Paradise, Nevada, and the tournament runs from March 12-16. According to oddsmakers at, UNLV is the favorite to win this tournament, as it has 7/4 odds to win. Other short odds to win are New Mexico (11/4) and Colorado State (3/1).

UNLV is the No. 3 seed in this tournament after going 23-8 overall and 10-6 in the Mountain West. UNLV has won this tournament three times. The last championship came in 2008.

New Mexico is the top seed in the tournament, going 13-3 in conference play and 26-5 overall. New Mexico has won this tournament two times and is the defending champion.

Colorado State is the No. 2 seed. The Rams were 11-5 in conference play and 24-7 overall. Colorado State has won this tournament one time, back in 2003.

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The 2013 Mountain West Conference Tournament takes place from March 12-16 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Paradise, Nevada For odds on each team to win the Mountain West Conference Tournament, see below.

2013 Mountain West Conference Tournament Odds To Win

UNLV 7/4 

New Mexico 11/4 

Colorado State 3/1 

San Diego State 5/1 

Boise State 8/1 

Air Force 30/1 

Fresno State 50/1 

Wyoming 50/1 

Nevada 75/1 

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