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Sunday / March 3.
  • Kentucky Now the Favorite to Win the NCAA Championship, Followed By Duke, Maryland, UNC

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    Cal talkingPer Bovada, here are the odds to win the 2015-16 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.

    Kentucky is the favorite at 7/1 followed by Duke at 8/1 and Maryland and UNC at 10/1.

     

    Odds on 5/21/15 Current Odds

    Kentucky 10/1 7/1

    Duke 10/1 8/1

    Maryland 9/1 10/1

    North Carolina 10/1 10/1

    Kansas 16/1 12/1

    Virginia 20/1 18/1

    California 20/1 20/1

    Michigan State 16/1 20/1

    Arizona 20/1 25/1

    Gonzaga 25/1 25/1

    Michigan 33/1 25/1

    UConn 50/1 25/1

    Villanova 25/1 25/1

    Wichita State 25/1 25/1

    Iowa State 20/1 33/1

    Indiana 25/1 40/1

    Oklahoma 28/1 40/1

    Purdue 33/1 40/1

    Texas 50/1 40/1

    Louisville 40/1 50/1

    LSU 50/1 50/1

    Florida State 100/1 66/1

    Georgetown 100/1 66/1

    Notre Dame 50/1 66/1

    Syracuse 50/1 66/1

    Butler 75/1 75/1

    NC State 75/1 75/1

    Ohio State 50/1 75/1

    Utah 50/1 75/1

    Wisconsin 50/1 75/1

    Arizona State 500/1 100/1

    Baylor 75/1 100/1

    Cincinnati 100/1 100/1

    Dayton 100/1 100/1

    Florida 66/1 100/1

    Georgia 100/1 100/1

    Iowa 100/1 100/1

    Miami FL 66/1 100/1

    Oregon 150/1 100/1

    Providence 100/1 100/1

    San Diego State 100/1 100/1

    Texas A&M 50/1 100/1

    UCLA 100/1 100/1

    Vanderbilt 125/1 100/1

    West Virginia 100/1 100/1

    Illinois 100/1 150/1

    Marquette 200/1 150/1

    Alabama 200/1 250/1

    Arkansas 150/1 250/1

    Auburn 100/1 250/1

    Boise State Off the Board 250/1

    Colorado 300/1 250/1

    Memphis 200/1 250/1

    Minnesota 300/1 250/1

    Ole Miss 300/1 250/1

    Pittsburgh 200/1 250/1

    Rhode Island Off the Board 250/1

    South Carolina 300/1 250/1

    St. John’s 300/1 250/1

    UNLV 200/1 250/1

    VCU 200/1 250/1

    Xavier 200/1 250/1

    BYU 300/1 500/1

    Mississippi State Off the Board 500/1

    Kansas State 500/1 500/1

    Missouri 300/1 500/1

    Nebraska 500/1 500/1

    Oklahoma State 300/1 500/1

    Penn State 500/1 500/1

    Stanford 250/1 500/1

    Temple 300/1 500/1

    Tennessee 500/1 500/1

    USC 500/1 500/1

    Wake Forest 500/1 500/1

    Washington 300/1 500/1

    Boston College 500/1 Off the Board

    Clemson 500/1 Off the Board

    Colorado State 300/1 Off the Board

    Creighton 300/1 Off the Board

    DePaul 500/1 Off the Board

    George Washington 500/1 Off the Board

    Georgia Tech 500/1 Off the Board

    Harvard 500/1 Off the Board

    LaSalle 500/1 Off the Board

    Murray State 300/1 Off the Board

    New Mexico 500/1 Off the Board

    Northern Iowa 200/1 Off the Board

    Richmond 500/1 Off the Board

    Seton Hall 500/1 Off the Board

    St. Joe’s 500/1 Off the Board

    St. Louis 500/1 Off the Board

    Texas Tech 500/1 Off the Board

    UMass 500/1 Off the Board

    Virginia Tech 500/1 Off the Board

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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.

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