Midwest Region Odds

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(TheSpread) – The Midwest Region appears to be the toughest of all of the regions in the NCAA Tournament. Here is a look at the odds to win this region.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Louisville is the favorite to win this region, as it has 11/10 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Duke (15/4), Michigan State (11/2) and Saint Louis (15/2).

Louisville is the top overall seed and the top seed in this region. The Cardinals went 29-5 overall this season and won the Big East regular season title and Big East Tournament title, going 14-4 in conference play. Louisville has reached the Final Four nine times. The Cardinals are coming off a Final Four appearance in last year’s tournament as well.

Duke is the No. 2 seed in the region. The Blue Devils went 27-5 this season and were 14-4 in the ACC. Duke came in second in the ACC regular season standings. Duke has reached the Final Four 15 times in program history. Its last Final Four was in 2010.

Michigan State is the No. 3 seed in this region. The Spartans are 25-8 overall and went 13-5 in the Big Ten this season, finishing second in the conference standings. Michigan State has reached the Final Four eight times in program history, with the last time coming in 2010.

Saint Louis is the No. 4 seed. The Billikens are 27-6 overall and went 13-3 in the Atlantic 10 conference, winning the regular season and conference tournament titles. Saint Louis has never reached a Final Four in program history.

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The 2013 NCAA Tournament gets started on March 19 and concludes on April 8. For odds on each team to win the Midwest Region of March Madness, see below.

2013 March Madness Midwest Region Odds To Win

Louisville #1 11/10 

Duke #2 15/4 

Michigan State #3 11/2 

Saint Louis #4 15/2 

Creighton #7 20/1 

Oklahoma State #5 20/1 

Memphis #6 25/1 

Missouri #9 25/1 

Cincinnati #10 50/1 

Saint Mary's #1150/1 

Oregon #12 66/1 

Colorado State #8 75/1 

New Mexico State #13 75/1 

Albany #15 100/1 

Valparaiso #14 100/1 

Liberty #16 200/1 

NC A&T #16 200/1

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