Final Four Odds


(TheSpread) – The 2013 NCAA Tournament has reached the Final Four, beginning on Saturday. Here is a look at the odds to win the national title with four teams remaining.

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According to oddsmakers at, Louisville is the favorite to win it all, as the Cardinals have 5/6 odds. Other odds are Michigan (5/2), Syracuse (4/1) and Wichita State (10/1).

Louisville is the top overall seed in the tournament and the winner of the Midwest Region. Louisville will play Wichita State in the semifinals and the Cardinals are looking to win their first national title since 1986

Michigan was a No. 4 seed and it won the South Region. The Wolverines will face Syracuse in the semifinals and are seeking their first national championship since 1989.

Syracuse was a No. 4 seed and it won the East Region. The Orange will face Michigan on Saturday night. The Orange are looking to win their first national title since 2003.

Wichita State was the real surprise of the group. The Shockers were a No. 9 seed, but won the West Region. Wichita State faces Louisville on Saturday and is seeking its first national championship.

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The 2013 NCAA Tournament continues on Saturday, April 6 and concludes on Monday, April 8. For odds on each team to win the Final Four, see below.

2013 Final Four Odds To Win

Louisville 5/6

Michigan 5/2

Syracuse 4/1

Wichita State 10/1

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