NCAA Title Odds: Still Time to Profit

NCAA Championship Odds & Update—There's Still Time To Profit!

The NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 kicks off on Thursday, March 28. Eight games take place on Thursday and Friday with the Elite Eight battles happening on Saturday and Sunday.

College basketball handicappers must keep up on how online bookies intend on making a profit on NCAA Future Betting.

NCAA Sweet 16 – Updated Championship Odds

Check out current championship odds along with how agents intend to manage action. All the online bookie strategies we’re sharing come from, the premium sportsbook solution.

Duke +300

Virginia +425

Gonzaga +450

North Carolina +600

Michigan State +1000

Kentucky +1200

Michigan +1500

Tennessee +1600

Purdue +2000

Texas Tech +2200

Auburn +2800

Houston +3000

Virginia Tech +3500

Florida State +4000

LSU +5000

Oregon +7000

Most Pay Per Head Agent Fear Starts With Gonzaga

Most pay per head agents are afraid of the Gonzaga Bulldogs.

The reason? Duke and Virginia have both shown some softness during the tournament, meaning Michigan State, North Carolina, and Gonzaga provides more exposure than the Blue Devils and Cavaliers.

Some Per Head Agents Will Set Max Betting Limits On All Teams Save For Duke

Duke offers the lowest odds of any team in the Sweet 16. What’s interesting is that Duke’s odds are at +300 while they were at +190 about a month ago.

Many of the teams in the Sweet 16 appear to have caught up with Duke. That means bookie agents might not set max betting limits on the Dookies.

If you believe they win the National Championship, jump on the +300 odds.

Oregon Might Scare Bookies More Than Any Other Team

The Ducks offer the highest odds to win the NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament because they’re the highest seed left in the tournament. Oregon has won 10 straight on the moneyline and against the spread, though.

They’re playing as well as any team left, which means many online bookies are setting max betting limits on Oregon.

In Addition to Duke, Tennessee and LSU Might Not Have Max Betting Limits

Many agents watched over the weekend as the Iowa Hawkeyes came back from a 25-point deficit to force the Tennessee Volunteers into overtime.

The Vols beat the Hawkeyes, but Tennessee won’t be as lucky against Purdue in the Sweet 16.

LSU struggled versus Yale and needed a close to last-second shot to beat Maryland. The Tigers shouldn’t beat Michigan State.

Pay per head agents won’t place max betting limits on LSU while they’ll most definitely place them on the Spartans.       

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