March Madness betting brackets are fascinating to look at each season. The 2009 March Madness betting brackets had North Carolina, Louisville, Pittsburgh and Connecticut as the #1 seeds.
Let’s consider some information that could be important for the 2009 March Madness betting brackets.
March Madness betting gives 65 teams a chance to win the title although only a handful of the teams have a realistic chance. Teams seeded 5th through 16 may cover the March Madness betting odds sometimes but they are unlikely to win it all.
The two top conferences in 2009 March Madness betting are the Big East and the ACC. The Big East had three #1 seeds among the four top seeds, the first time any conference has had 3 of the 4 top seeds. In the first couple of rounds the top seeds usually do pretty well. Upsets seem to happen more in the other games.
March Madness betting always seems to have a Cinderella team. The lowest seed to ever reach the Final Four was the #11 in 1986 and again in 2006. The lowest seed to ever win the title was Villanova as they were a #8 seed when they defeated Georgetown 20 years ago. Last year all four #1 seeds made the Final Four for the first time in history. It seems unlikely that feat will be achieved in back-to-back seasons in the NCAA Tournament.
The brackets in March Madness betting are probably the most popular in the first two rounds when the 64 teams will be narrowed down to 16. The two most popular sports betting days of the year are the Thursday and Friday when the teams are in action. Even people that don’t normally get involved in sports betting will look to make some sort of a wager in March Madness betting whether it is in an office pool or at an online sportsbook.
March Madness betting brackets list teams from 1-16 in each of the four regions. The top seeds get all of the attention in March Madness betting but they don’t always win. Underdogs can be profitable in 2009 March Madness betting.
North Carolina began the 2009 NCAA Tournament as the favorite to win it all in March Madness betting odds. Louisville, Pittsburgh, Connecticut and Memphis also had low March Madness betting odds. All of those teams except Memphis were #1 seeds in 2009 March Madness betting.
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