Updated West Region Odds

March Madness West Region Odds 3/25/19, Gonzaga the clear favorite

In another region with nothing but chalk, are the Gonzaga Bulldogs pulling away as the heavy favorite to win the West Region of the NCAA Tournament? Here’s the latest odds.

According to oddsmakers at BetNow.eu, Gonzaga is favored to win this region, as the Bulldogs are getting odds of -110 to win. Other odds are Michigan at +300, Texas Tech at +400 and Florida State at +600. The West Regional semifinals and finals will take place from the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

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Gonzaga

Gonzaga is the top seed in the West Region. The Bulldogs picked up an 87-49 win over No. 16 Fairleigh Dickinson and an 83-71 win over No. 9 Baylor during the first weekend of the tournament. The Bulldogs will face Florida State in the regional semifinal. Gonzaga has reached the Final Four one time in program history, back in 2017.

Michigan

Michigan is the second seed in the region. The Wolverines looked solid this past weekend, earning a pair of double-digit wins. U-M defeated No. 15 Montana, 74-55, and then beat No. 10 Florida, 64-49. Michigan will face Texas Tech in the regional semifinal. The Wolverines have reached the Final Four eight times in program history, two of which had to later be taken back. Michigan was the runner-up of the whole tournament last season.

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Texas Tech

Texas Tech is the third seed in the region. The Red Raiders cruised this weekend, defeating No. 14 Northern Kentucky, 72-57 before topping No. 6 Buffalo, 78-58. The Red Raiders have never reached the Final Four in program history, but did reached their first Elite Eight last season.

Florida State

Florida State is the fourth seed in this region. The Seminoles picked up a 76-69 win over No. 13 Vermont in the first round and then bested No. 12 Murray State, 90-62. FSU has reached the Final Four one time in program history, which was 1972. The Seminoles reached the Elite Eight last season.

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