2013 March Madness Odds to win: Louisville Favored By Oddsmakers Print
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Sunday, 17 March 2013 19:19
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March Madness Odds

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(TheSpread) – The 2013 NCAA Tournament field has been set. Here is a look at the odds to win this year’s March Madness.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Louisville is the favorite to win it all, as the Cardinals have 9/2 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Indiana (7/1), Duke (8/1), Miami (8/1) and Kansas (8/1).

Louisville is the top overall seed and the top seed in the Midwest 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 won the NCAA Tournament twice. The last championship came in 1986.

Indiana is the top seed in the East region. The Hoosiers went 27-6 overall this season and won the Big Ten regular season championship with a 14-4 Big Ten record. Indiana has won the NCAA Tournament five times, with the last championship coming in 1987.

Duke is the No. 2 seed in the Midwest 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 won the NCAA Tournament four times, the last title coming in 2010.

Miami is the No. 2 seed in the East. The Hurricanes went 26-6 this season and won the ACC regular season and tournament titles with a 15-3 conference record. Miami has never reached a Final Four, let alone win a national title.

Kansas is the top seed in the South Region. The Jayhawks were 29-5 this season and 14-4 in the Big 12. Kansas won the regular season and tournament championship in the Big 12. Kansas has won March Madness three times, with the last title coming in 2008.

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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 March Madness, see below.

2013 March Madness Odds To Win

Louisville 9/2

Indiana 7/1

Duke 8/1

Miami FL 8/1

Kansas 8/1

Gonzaga 10/1

Florida 10/1

Ohio St 15/1

Michigan St 15/1

Georgetown 18/1

Michigan 18/1

Wisconsin 20/1

New Mexico 20/1

St Louis 25/1

Marquette 30/1

Syracuse 30/1

Arizona 50/1

North Carolina 50/1

Kansas St 50/1

VCU 50/1

North Carolina St 50/1

Pittsburgh 60/1

Missouri 75/1

Oklahoma St 100/1

Minnesota 100/1

Oregon 100/1

UCLA 100/1

Butler 100/1

Creighton 100/1

Memphis 100/1

UNLV 100/1

Notre Dame 100/1

Colorado 200/1

California 200/1

Illinois 200/1

Temple 200/1

Villanova 200/1

Iowa St 200/1

San Diego St 300/1

Cincinnati 300/1

Wichita St 300/1

Colorado St 500/1

Ole Miss 500/1

Belmont 500/1

Oklahoma 500/1

LaSalle 1000/1

Davidson 1000/1

St Marys 1000/1

Boise St 1000/1

Field (Any Other Team) 150/1

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