NCAA Tournament Odds

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The odds to win the upcoming NCAA tournament have recently been updated.  Let’s take a look at how different some of the odds look compared to what they did at our last check in.

The teams who saw their odds improve the most are Northern Iowa, Butler, Purdue, West Virginia, and Notre Dame.  These teams are all playing extremely well and could all make a decent run in the NCAA Tournament this year.  Oddsmakers didn’t have them listed very high on the list at the beginning of the season because they all had a lot of unknowns.  Now that they’ve seen them in action this far into the season, they’ve needed to make some adjustments.

Meanwhile, several teams saw their odds to make or win the NCAA Tournament drop drastically.  Syracuse dropped completely off the map thanks to a self-imposed ban on postseason play, while Michigan, St. Louis, UNLV, Memphis, and Kansas State let their play on the court account for their falls from grace.

Kentucky is still far-and-away the odds-on favorite to win it all this year.  Just think, you could have taken them at 12-to-1 back in April!

Odds Courtesy of 5Dimes.com

Odds to Win the 2014-2015 NCAA Tournament

Team Apr. 11th June 13th Sept. 10th Oct. 2 Feb. 19th
Kentucky +1200 +400 +325 +300 +115
Wisconsin +1200 +1400 +1100 +1000 +600
Duke +700 +1000 +1000 +1000 +900
Virginia +3000 +4500 +4500 +4500 +1100
Gonzaga +5000 +3500 +3500 +2800 +1500
Arizona +600 +800 +900 +700 +1800
Villanova +2500 +2800 +3500 +3500 +2250
Utah +20000 +20000 +20000 +17500 +2500
Kansas +1200 +1400 +1500 +1500 +3000
North Carolina +1500 +2200 +2000 +1200 +3500
Louisville +3000 +2800 +3500 +3500 +3500
Ohio State +5000 +5500 +5500 +6500 +4000
Notre Dame +20000 +20000 +20000 +20000 +5000
Oklahoma +5000 +6500 +6000 +6500 +5500
Northern Iowa +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +6000
Butler +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +6600
Iowa State +3000 +3500 +3500 +3500 +7000
Wichita State +2000 +2800 +3500 +3500 +8000
Texas +5000 +2800 +2800 +2800 +10000
Michigan State +4000 +4500 +4000 +4000 +10000
SMU +3000 +2800 +8000 +10000 +10000
Baylor +7500 +8000 +10000 +11000 +10000
West Virginia +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +12500
VCU +4000 +4500 +4500 +4500 +15000
Indiana +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +15000
Arkansas +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +15000
Oklahoma State +10000 +11000 +20000 +20000 +15000
Florida +1500 +1400 +1500 +1700 +20000
San Diego State +5000 +6500 +3500 +3500 +20000
Connecticut +7500 +6000 +6500 +6500 +20000
Georgetown +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +20000
Maryland +10000 +11000 +11000 +20000 +20000
UCLA +5000 +6500 +10000 +11000 +25000
Illinois +30000 +17500 +17500 +17500 +25000
Mississippi +10000 +20000 +30000 +30000 +25000
Iowa +6000 +8000 +8000 +8000 +30000
Miami Florida +10000 +8000 +8500 +8000 +30000
Providence +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +30000
Georgia +10000 +11000 +20000 +20000 +30000
Cincinnati +10000 +11000 +20000 +20000 +30000
Xavier +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000
Purdue +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +30000
Pittsburgh +10000 +8000 +7000 +7000 +50000
Stanford +10000 +20000 +11000 +11000 +50000
Minnesota +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +50000
Oregon +6000 +8000 +11000 +20000 +50000
Harvard +10000 +20000 +20000 +20000 +50000
Dayton +10000 +20000 +20000 +20000 +50000
NC State +30000 +20000 +30000 +25000 +50000
Colorado State +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +50000
Murray State +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000
Texas A&M +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000
LSU +10000 +20000 +50000 +50000 +50000
St. John’s +20000 +20000 +20000 +15000 +75000
BYU +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +75000
Tennessee +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +100000
George Washington +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +100000
Massachusetts +20000 +20000 +30000 +30000 +100000
California +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +100000
Louisiana Tech +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +100000
Seton Hall +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +200000
Alabama +20000 +20000 +20000 +20000 +200000
New Mexico State +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +200000
Florida State +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +300000
UTEP +20000 +20000 +30000 +30000 +450000
Michigan +3000 +4500 +4000 +4500 +500000
St. Louis +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +500000
UNLV +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +500000
Memphis +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +500000
Kansas State +10000 +11000 +11000 +11000 +500000
Marquette +10000 +11000 +11000 +20000 +500000
Colorado +10000 +20000 +20000 +20000 +500000
Nebraska +6000 +8000 +20000 +20000 +500000
Georgia Tech +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +500000
New Mexico +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +500000
Clemson +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +500000
Missouri +10000 +20000 +30000 +30000 +500000
Vanderbilt +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +500000
USC +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +500000
South Carolina +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +500000
Creighton +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +500000
Auburn +50000 +30000 +35000 +35000 +500000
Penn State +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +500000
Illinois State +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +500000
Northwestern +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +500000
Washington +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +500000
Fresno State +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +500000
Texas Tech +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +500000
LaSalle +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +500000
St. Joseph’s +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +500000
St. Bonaventure +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +500000
DePaul +30000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +500000
Boston College +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +500000
Richmond +50000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +500000
Arizona State +10000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +500000
Wake Forest +100000 +100000 +100000 +100000 +500000
Virginia Tech +100000 +100000 +100000 +100000 +500000
Syracuse +4000 +4500 +4000 +4500 Probation

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