Updated March Madness Odds


(TheSpread) – We are down to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament. Here is an updated look at the odds to win March Madness.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Florida is still the favorite to win it all, as the Gators have odds of 7/2 to win. Other short odds to win are Michigan State (9/2), Louisville (5/1) and Arizona (6/1).

Florida is the top seed in the South Region. The Gators cruised to a pair of wins in the opening weekend, beating No. 16 Albany 67-55 and the dominating No. 9 Pittsburgh, 61-45. Florida is looking to win the NCAA title for the third time. It last won in 2007.

Michigan State is the No. 4 seed in the East Region. The Spartans defeated No. 13 Delaware 93-78 and then beat No. 12 Harvard, 80-73. Michigan State is seeking its third national title and its first title since 2000.

Louisville is the No. 4 seed in the MidWest Region. The Cardinals escaped with a 71-64 win over No. 13 Manhattan to start the tournament and then beat No. 5 Saint Louis, 66-51 on Saturday. The Cardinals are looking to win back-to-back national titles.

Arizona is the top seed in the West. The Wildcats defeated No. 16 Weber State 68-59, and then the Wildcats beat No 8 Gonzaga, 84-61. Arizona is seeking its second national title in program history, with the first title coming in 1997.

Bet on March Madness Odds

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

2014 March Madness Odds To Win

Florida #1 7/2 

Michigan State #4 9/2 

Louisville #4 5/1 

Arizona #1 6/1 

Virginia #1 10/1 

Michigan #2 16/1 

Wisconsin #2 16/1 

Iowa State #3 18/1 

UCLA #4 18/1 

Baylor #6 20/1 

Kentucky #8 20/1 

Tennessee #11 28/1 

Connecticut #7 33/1 

San Diego State #4 33/1 

Stanford #10 50/1 

Dayton #11 100/1

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