NCAA College Basketball Odds to Win 2018 Championship Sports Betting Preview

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The NCAA Tournament is less than a month away, so it is a good time to check on the odds to win the college basketball national championship.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Villanova Wildcats and Michigan St Spartans favored by +450 odds. Villanova has the look of a number one protected seed in the NCAA Tournament. Team is 24-3 overall. Villanova is number one in scoring offense with 87.4 per game. Michigan St has won ten straight and is 26-3. Their only losses to date came to Ohio St on the road, Michigan at home and to Duke on a neutral court at Madison Square Garden. In the non-conference Spartans have notable double digit wins to North Carolina, Notre Dame and Nebraska.

Coming in third in the wagering at +500 odds are Virginia Cavaliers and Duke Blue Devils. Virginia has a mark of 24-2 with a road defeat at West Virginia and at home to Virginia Tech by one in overtime. Issue with the Cavaliers is they played a lot of close games and if the shots don’t fall they struggle into the deeper round of the NCAA Tournament. Duke is loaded with talent, but they need to tighten up defensively for an NCAA title run.

Xavier Musketeers and Wichita St Shockers are offering generous odds of +1900 odds. Xavier is 24-4 but has two losses to Villanova this year by 16 points or greater. Wichita St is competing in a new conference in the AAC and sit at 21-5. They have three losses in conference to Temple and Houston on the road with a home defeat to SMU.

Kansas Jayhawks have shown a resurgence and now comes in at +2000 odds. Jayhawks have won three straight with a notable home victories to West Virginia and Oklahoma. They sit 20th in shooting at 49.3% and 24th from three at 39.7%.

Longshots include Kentucky Wildcats at +6000 odds, Baylor Bears at +10,000 odds and Arkansas Razorbacks at +15,000 odds. Kentucky’s youth is inconsistent this year as the team is 7-7 in conference. Three point shooting is a weakness for the Wildcats as they rank 279th converting on 33%. Baylor is surging as the team has won five straight as they host West Virginia. Arkansas is 19-8 as they host Kentucky. This is team that has had success at home with a 14-1 straight up mark but has struggled away from home.

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