Final Four Odds

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(TheSpread) – The 2012 NCAA Tournament is down to the Final Four. Here is a look at the odds to win it all this next week.

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According to oddsmakers, Kentucky is still the favorite to win this year’s national championship, as they have a money line of -125 to win. Other short odds are Ohio State (+275), Kansas (+400), and Louisville (+1000).

Kentucky rolled through the South Region, winning each game by at least 12 points. The Wildcats lone losses have come by a combined eight points. Kentucky also already holds wins over Louisville and Kansas. The Wildcats are the top overall seed in the tournament.

Ohio State won the East Region as the No. 2 seed. The Buckeyes won each game in the tournament by at least seven points, but they have lost to Kansas earlier in the season. Ohio State will face Kansas in the semifinal.

Kansas won the Midwest Region as the No. 2 seed. The Jayhawks had a few scary moments on the way to the Final Four, beating Purdue and N.C. State by just three points each.

Louisville won the West Region as a No. 4 seed. The Cardinals had a pair of wins come by four points or less, including a win over Florida in the Elite Eight where the Cardinals trailed by 11 points in the second half.

For complete odds for each team to win the 2012 Final Four, see below.

2012 Final Four Odds To Win

Kentucky -125

Ohio St +275

Kansas +400

Louisville +1000

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