South Region Odds

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(TheSpread) – The South Region features a number of major conference champions. 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 win, as it has 3/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Kansas (7/2), Georgetown (5/1) and Michigan (7/1).

Florida is the No. 3 seed in the region. The Gators are the SEC regular season champs, as they went 14-4 in the SEC and 26-7 overall. Florida has reached the Final Four four times, the last trip coming in 2007.

Kansas is the top seed in this region. The Jayhawks are 29-5 overall and 14-4 in Big 12 play. Kansas won the Big 12 regular season and tournament championships. Kansas has reached the Final Four 14 times, including last season.

Georgetown is the No. 2 seed in this region. The Hoyas are 25-6 overall and went 14-4 in the Big East. Georgetown earned a share of the Big East regular season title. The Hoyas have reached the Final Four five times, with the last time coming in 2007.

Michigan is the No. 4 seed in the region. The Wolverines went 26-7 overall this season and 12-6 in the Big Ten, finishing tied for fourth in the conference. Michigan has went to six Final Fours, with the last coming in 1993. However, their last two trips (1992-93) have been vacated by the NCAA.

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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 South Region of March Madness, see below.

2013 March Madness South Region Odds To Win

Florida #3 3/2 

Kansas #1 7/2 

Georgetown #2 5/1 

Michigan #4 7/1 

VCU #5 14/1 

North Carolina #8 16/1 

Minnesota #11 18/1 

San Diego State #7 25/1 

UCLA #6 30/1 

Oklahoma #10 40/1 

Villanova #9 40/1 

Akron #12 75/1 

South Dakota State #13 75/1 

Florida Gulf Coast #15 100/1 

NorthSouthern State #14 100/1 

Southern Kentucky #16 100/1

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