You can look at all of the teams before the tournament begins and make your March Madness betting predictions. Who are some of the teams to watch and wager on in this year’s NCAA Tournament?
March Madness odds are going to be very popular on Kansas and Kentucky but they are not the only teams with a chance to win the NCAA Tournament. There are some other contenders that might surprise the big two. The March Madness betting odds do favor Kansas and Kentucky though as Kansas has been favored for most of the season while Kentucky has continued to draw support as the season progresses.
If you are looking for some other teams that have a chance then you might want to take a look at Duke. They are in the Top 10 and have a very capable starting five. The one weakness that the Blue Devils have is no bench. If their starters can stay out of foul trouble they can do some damage in March Madness odds. Duke also can get hot shooting the ball and when that happens they are very tough to beat.
Another team that is starting to get attention in March Madness odds is Purdue. The Boilermakers are in the Top 5 in the country and they have proven to be very tough all season. They have a veteran team, an excellent coach and they have shown the ability to win on the road and that is critical to having March Madness betting success.
Other teams that could be in the hunt in March Madness odds are West Virginia, Syracuse, Ohio State, Villanova, Georgetown, Michigan State and maybe even Wisconsin. The Big East is the best conference in the country but the Big 10 is very good this season. Purdue, Ohio State, Michigan State and Wisconsin are all capable of making a nice run and getting some wins in March Madness odds.
Some teams that have fallen off the map and don’t look like contenders anymore are Texas and Connecticut. The Longhorns will probably still make the tournament while the Huskies have some work to do to even make it in March Madness betting.
Take a look at the teams right now in March Madness odds and start making your predictions in advance of the NCAA Tournament.