March Madness South Region Odds

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(TheSpread) – The South Region of this year’s March Madness NCAA Tournament has three storied programs at the top. Here is a look at the odds to win this region.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Florida is the favorite to reach the Final Four, as it has 9/5 odds. Other short odds to win are Kansas (15/4) and Syracuse (5/1).

Florida is the top seed in the region and the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament. The Gators finished the season No. 1 in the top 25 after going 32-2 overall and 18-0 in the SEC. Florida never lost to an SEC team this year, winning both the regular season and tournament titles. Florida has reached the Final Four four times in program history, the last time coming in 2007.

Kansas is the No. 2 seed. The Jayhawks went 24-9 on the season and 14-4 in the Big 12, winning the regular season title. Kansas has reached the Final Four 14 times in its history, with the last appearance coming in 2012.

Syracuse is the No. 3 seed. The Orange went 27-5 on the season and 14-4 and were the No. 1 team in the country for a lengthy part of the season, but struggled down the stretch. The Orange have reached the Final Four five times, including during last year’s tournament.

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For a complete look at each team’s odds to win the South Region of the NCAA Tournament, see below.

2014 March Madness South Region Odds To Win

Florida #1 9/5 

Kansas #2 15/4 

Syracuse #3 5/1 

UCLA #4 9/1 

VCU #5 9/1 

New Mexico #7 12/1 

Ohio State #6 14/1 

Pittsburgh #9 14/1 

Stanford #10 40/1 

Dayton #11 50/1 

SF Austin #12 50/1 

Colorado #8 66/1 

Tulsa #13 66/1 

Eastern Kentucky #15 100/1 

Western Michigan #14 100/1 

Albany #16 200/1 

Mount Saint Mary's #16 200/1

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