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College Basketball National Championship Odds: Houston Still Favored After March Madness Bracket Reveal

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Team National Championship Odds
Houston +500
Alabama +750
Kansas +1000
Purdue +1200
UCLA +1400
Gonzaga +1500
Texas +1500
Arizona +1600
Marquette +1900
Tennessee +1900
Baylor +2100
UConn +2400
Duke +2900
Kentucky +3400
Saint Mary’s +3400
Creighton +3400
TCU +3400
Texas A&M +4300
Miami (FL) +4500
Indiana +4800
Virginia +4800
Kansas State +4800
Iowa +5500
Xavier +5500
Michigan State +6000
Iowa State +6000
Maryland +6500
San Diego State +8500
Memphis +8500
Arkansas +10000
West Virginia +10000
Illinois +10000
Auburn +11000
Providence +12000
Florida Atlantic +12000
USC +16000
Northwestern +19000
Penn State +19000
NC State +21000
Utah State +21000
Arizona State +25000
Pittsburgh +30000
VCU +30000
Missouri +30000
Oral Roberts +30000
Drake +32000
Mississippi State +40000
Iona +42000
Boise State +42000
Charleston +42000
Vermont +50000
Nevada +50000
Colgate +50000
Kent State +50000
Furman +50000
Farleigh Dickinson +50000
SE Missouri State +50000
UNC Asheville +50000
Kennesaw State +50000
Northern Kentucky +50000
Louisiana +50000
Texas A&M CC +50000
Montana State +50000
Howard +50000
Texas Southern +50000
UC Santa Barbara +50000
Grand Canyon +50000
Princeton +50000

*Odds according to FanDuel as of Sunday evening after NCAA Tournament bracket reveal. 

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March Madness is officially here.

As many of you fill out your 2023 NCAA Tournament brackets and decipher through matchups, futures can tell us a lot about how the betting public feels about various teams’ paths.

Despite losing the AAC Championship to Memphis, Houston remains the favorite to win the national championship at +500 on FanDuel.

Alabama is the next favorite to win it all at +800. Houston and Alabama have been two of the biggest favorites throughout the season.

Kansas is behind them at +1000. Purdue is the last of the top-four seeds at +1200.

Following Purdue, there is a conglomerate of schools from +1400 to +1900 that include UCLA, Gonzaga, Arizona and Texas.

Marquette has the lowest odds of any No. 2 seed at +1900.

Kentucky, as a No. 6 seed, has higher odds than every No. 5 seed besides Duke. Kentucky is +3400 to win the championship.

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