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2014 March Madness Odds

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(TheSpread) – The 2013-14 College Basketball Season is set to begin this week. Here is an updated look at the odds to win this season’s March Madness championship.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Kentucky Wildcats are the favorite to win it all, as they have odds of 13/4 to win. Other short odds this season are Kansas (11/2), Louisville (15/2) and Michigan State (9/1).

Kentucky is coming off a season where it didn’t even make the NCAA Tournament. This season, the Wildcats have a whole new set of freshmen taking the court and they are ranked No. 1 in the preseason polls. Kentucky has won the NCAA Tournament eight times, with the last title coming in 2012.

Kansas is coming off a sweet 16 appearance last season, and the Jayhawks were runner-up to Kentucky in 2012. Kansas has won the tournament three times, the last coming in 2008. Kansas is ranked fifth in the preseason AP poll.

Louisville is the defending winner of March Madness. It was the third tournament title in program history. The Cardinals have some strong scoring talent, but still lose their talented point guard in Peyton Siva.

Michigan State reached the sweet 16 last year, but the Spartans return the majority of their team from last season. MSU won the NCAA Tournament back in 2000 and has won the tournament title two times in program history.

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For a complete look at each team’s odds to win the 2014 March Madness college basketball tournament, see below.

2014 March Madness Odds To Win

Kentucky 13/4 

Kansas 11/2 

Louisville 15/2 

Michigan State 9/1 

Duke 12/1 

Arizona 16/1 

North Carolina 18/1 

Florida 20/1 

Ohio State 20/1 

Michigan 25/1 

Oklahoma State 25/1 

Connecticut 33/1 

Syracuse 33/1 

Indiana 40/1 

Memphis 40/1 

Georgetown 50/1 

VCU 50/1 

Wisconsin 50/1 

Colorado 66/1 

Creighton 66/1 

Gonzaga 66/1 

Iowa 66/1 

Marquette 66/1 

NC State 66/1 

St. John's 66/1 

St. Louis 66/1 

UCLA 66/1 

Wichita State 66/1 

Baylor 75/1 

Florida State 75/1 

Illinois 75/1 

Minnesota 75/1 

Missouri 75/1 

New Mexico 75/1 

Tennessee 75/1 

UNLV 75/1 

Villanova 75/1 

Virginia 75/1 

Butler 100/1 

Cincinnati 100/1 

Kansas State 100/1 

Miami Florida 100/1 

Notre Dame 100/1 

Ole Miss 100/1 

Oregon 100/1 

Pittsburgh 100/1 

Purdue 100/1 

San Diego State 100/1 

Texas 100/1 

Vanderbilt 100/1 

Alabama 150/1 

Arizona State 150/1 

Arkansas 150/1 

Boise State 150/1 

BYU 150/1 

California 150/1 

Iowa State 150/1 

Stanford 150/1 

Temple 150/1 

LSU 200/1 

Maryland 200/1 

St. Mary's 200/1 

USC 200/1 

West Virginia 200/1 

Clemson 250/1 

Colorado State 250/1 

Davidson 250/1 

Dayton 250/1 

Georgia 250/1 

Georgia Tech 250/1 

Harvard 250/1 

Oklahoma 250/1 

South Carolina 250/1 

Texas A&M 250/1 

Virginia Tech 250/1 

Wake Forest 250/1 

Washington 250/1 

Washington State 250/1 

Xavier 250/1 

Boston College 500/1 

Mississippi State 500/1 

Northwestern 500/1 

St. Joe's 500/1 

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