North Carolina is the other team with single digit college basketball betting odds at 7-1. College basketball betting has Kansas as the consensus top team in the country heading into this season. What makes things interesting though is that one of the top contenders in NCAA basketball betting is also in their conference as Texas is getting a lot of respect. The Longhorns are 10-1 in college basketball betting future odds at the sportsbook.
Kansas is led by junior center Cole Aldrich and senior guard Sherron Collins. Texas has forward Damion James and center Dexter Pittman. Freshmen are also going to make a huge impact around the country, especially in the Big 12. Avery Bradley is ranked as the top one in the country and he plays for Texas. "I'm trying to get used to the college game," Bradley said. "I want everybody to get along. We're trying to build chemistry."
Kentucky is going to be a college basketball betting force in the SEC but they are not going to go unchallenged as Tennessee is very good. The difference could be that Kentucky has Patrick Patterson.
North Carolina leads the way in college basketball betting in the ACC but they are not a given as much respect in college basketball betting this season. Anytime Roy Williams is the head coach though, the Tar Heels have a chance to win it all.
While the top three are getting a lot of early attention in NCAA basketball betting there are other teams that might be worth a look at the online sportsbook. Duke has a lot of talent and is 10-1 in college basketball betting. Louisville is 12-1 to win it all in college basketball betting while Michigan State is 13-1. Syracuse is another high profile school that has a shot in college basketball betting as they are 15-1 at the online sportsbook. Three other high profile schools have interesting NCAA basketball betting odds. UCLA is 17-1; Connecticut and Alabama are 15-1 while West Virginia is 12-1. Florida is 14-1 while Georgetown is 16-1 in college basketball betting at the sportsbook.
It should be an exciting season of college basketball in 2009-2010 led by the top three.