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Rot Odds to Win 2023 NCAA Mens Basketball Championship Moneyline
101 Houston     +600
102 Texas     +2500
103 Kentucky     +4000
104 Baylor     +2500
105 Arizona     +1400
106 Gonzaga     +2500
107 Connecticut     +2500
108 Purdue     +1000
109 North Carolina     +3300
110 Virginia     +2500
111 Duke     +5000
112 UCLA     +1400
113 Creighton     +4000
114 Indiana     +5000
115 Kansas     +1200
116 Arkansas     +8000
117 Tennessee     +1200
118 Alabama     +1000
119 Illinois     +6600
120 Michigan State     +12500
121 San Diego State     +8000
122 Texas Tech     +20000
123 Maryland     +15000
124 Auburn     +8000
125 Michigan     +17500
126 Oregon     +15000
127 TCU     +2500
128 Miami Florida     +8000
129 Iowa     +12500
130 Xavier     +2800
131 Florida     +17500
132 Ohio State     +8000
133 USC     +12500
134 Dayton     +20000
135 Saint Louis     +25000
136 Wisconsin     +15000
137 Syracuse     +25000
138 Saint Marys CA     +4000
139 Memphis     +12500
140 Virginia Tech     +17500
141 Villanova     +20000
142 Notre Dame     +50000
143 Iowa State     +3300
144 Oklahoma State     +10000
145 Texas A&M     +12500
146 Wake Forest     +25000
147 Marquette     +3300
148 Kansas State     +4000
149 Oklahoma     +15000
150 Wyoming     +50000
151 Florida State     +50000
152 Colorado State     +50000
153 Providence     +8000
156 St. Bonaventure     +50000
157 Loyola Chicago     +50000
158 Ole Miss     +50000
159 Boise State     +20000
161 Rutgers     +8000
2023. NCAA Men's Basketball Championship. All Wagers Have Action. Others on Request.



It’s hard to think of March without thinking of March Madness and college basketball. Basketball is one of the most wagered on collegiate sports, and those numbers triple when we are looking at the games in March and April. The NCAAB Men’s Championship tournament occurs in the latter half of March and into April, playing in a bracket-style tournament with the championship game falling in early-to-mid April.

What makes the NCAAB Championship futures so difficult is the bracket-style tournament. You don’t even know exactly which teams are playing in the tournament or which teams are playing which until Selection Sunday which doesn’t leave a lot of time before the tournament begins. You can certainly bet on futures for top teams that will absolutely be listed to win the title outright, but you need to remember how risky those wagers will be.

There are over 300 Division I teams in college basketball and not all teams can be listed on the odds board. Only 68 teams head to March Madness, so even when the pool is narrowed down, you still have a huge selection of teams, and a tournament that is known for upsets ahead of you. Once the final two teams are revealed, the plethora of sports betting options on the NCAAB Championship game will flood in, and you will have more options than you could ever imagine.


Aside from the typical futures wager, where you will predict the winner of the NCAAB Championship title, you will have a huge variety of betting options, and we want to help you decide which ones you think will be winners for this year’s event.

For the Championship title game, there will be a moneyline wager, which essentially will ask you to pick a team to win outright. The team doesn’t have to win by a certain amount, you just need to pick the team who wins at the end of the game.

A point spread will appeal to those who want to predict a score differential, where you will see odds set by the sportsbook, showing what the estimated point differential will be. Your job is to determine if you think the favored team, displayed with a negative number, will win the game by that many points, or if the underdog team will lose by less than the positive number of points, or win the game outright.

A totals wager is a little more simple, allowing you to bet on the combined number of points both teams will collectively score. You can place this wager without much knowledge of either team, as you just have to have an idea of how many points each team traditionally scores per game. Be aware these are the top two teams so check out the defensive style of the other team.

You can also find plenty of prop bets. Whether you are looking for player props, which allow you to bet on something like whether a certain player to net a certain number of points, team props which allow you to bet on something that a team will do, or game props which allow you to bet on quarters, halves or other options, you can find plenty of value in props when betting these big events.

Throughout the tournament and the Championship, you can parlay all of these wagering types together, as long as they don’t conflict or contradict each other. This can produce a huge payout if you correctly pick several different outcomes and combine them on the same bet slip.

If you’re ready to bet on the NCAAB Men’s National Championship, head over to the sportsbook and start betting on your favorites!

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You can bet on the NCAAB Men’s Championship right here at BetUS Sportsbook. We have a variety of men’s college basketball odds
You can bet on the NCAAB Men’s Championship odds easily by selecting a wager type you’d like to wager on and placing your wager.
Gonzaga is the favorite to win the 2022 NCAAB Men’s Championship
Throughout the season the odds will fluctuate and change when it comes to o NCAAB Men’s Championship futures, and the odds for the game bets will change leading up to the final game.
There are so many teams it can be challenging to bet on the winner of the NCAAB Men’s Championship, but do plenty of research and make educated betting decisions to ensure you are doing your due diligence.
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