NCAA Basketball Betting Looks for Rebound After Lost Season

NCAA Basketball Betting Looks for Rebound After Lost Season

June 19th, 2020 NCAA Basketball, Sportsbook

Above all college basketball is a one-month sport for millions of fans and gamblers. To put it another way, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is what it’s all about. March Madness remains the second biggest event in Las Vegas. Only the Super Bowl rates higher. Indeed, NCAA Basketball betting on the first weekend of the tournament sells out Vegas hotels years in advance. Betting handle rivals Super Sunday. All of which made the 2020 cancelation an utter tragedy. Online and Vegas sportsbooks alike were decimated. While the NCAA itself lost over $1 billion. There is no recovery from that.

Odds to Win 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

Baylor Bears8/1
Gonzaga Bulldogs 8/1
Villanova Wildcats 9/1
Virginia Cavaliers 9/1
Iowa Hawkeyes 10/1
Creighton Bluejays11/1
Kansas Jayhawks 11/1
Kentucky Wildcats 12/1
Duke Blue Devils 14/1
Florida State Seminoles 15/1
San Diego State Aztecs 16/1
Wisconsin Badgers 16/1
West Virginia Mountaineers 19/1
Florida Gators 20/1
Michigan Wolverines 20/1
Oregon Ducks 20/1
Tennessee Volunteers 20/1
Ohio State Buckeyes 22/1
Auburn Tigers 25/1
Houston Cougars25/1
Michigan State Spartans 25/1
North Carolina Tar Heels 25/1
Stanford Cardinal 25/1
UCLA Bruins 25/1
All Other Teams 30/1

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Odds to Win 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Analysis and Overview

So much of futures betting is based on the past. To illuminate that is certainly the case when looking at the sportsbook odds for college hoops. Baylor captured the imagination of gamblers in 2019-20. Cause by their long run as the top-ranked team in the nation. Gonzaga is well known for being consistent atop the national rankings. Even as the Zags flop most every March. Virginia is still associated with its 2019 national championship.

While Kansas, Kentucky, and Duke are blue blood old money in the sport. Villanova is new money that has broken through to elite status as a recent two-time national champion. Such power teams are indicative of college basketball’s lay of the land. To be exact it has become increasingly difficult for new powers to emerge. March Madness Cinderella runs are not as common as in the past. Villanova is the exception rather than the rule.

College Basketball Elite Coaches

Overall, more than any other sport coaches dominate college basketball. In this era of players transferring and going to the NBA at will coaches are the only constant. To succeed at NCAA Basketball Betting knowing the coaches is job one. Consistent with that is the fact that roster turnover is at an all-time high with nothing stopping it. College basketball has an elite group of coaches that have mastered the challenges of today. Program builders that have an infrastructure proven to sustain constantly changing rosters.

Jay Wright – Villanova Wildcats

Two national championships in 2016 and 2018 cemented Wright’s reputation. Also helping are nine regular season and six conference tournament titles. He is an eight-time conference coach of the year honoree. In like manner, he runs a clean program that has escaped scandal.

Tom Izzo – Michigan State Spartans

In like manner, Tom Izzo has run a clean program at Michigan State. Izzo has produced a national title and eight Final Fours. In addition, he has 10 Big Ten titles and six conference tournament championships.

Mike Krzyzewski – Duke Blue Devils

In sum “Coach K” has a total of five national championships and 12 Final Fours. He has 12 regular season and 15 conference tournament titles. Furthermore, Coach K is a three-time national coach of the year honoree.

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