Miami Title Odds: How NCAA Tournament Futures Have Moved This Season
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The Miami Hurricanes are the last team to lock up a spot in the Final Four. The Hurricanes pulled off three straight upsets to earn their trip to Houston.
The NCAA Tournament has been full of madness and after Miami knocked off the No. 2 seeded Texas Longhorns, the Final Four consists of no one or two seeds.
With No. 5 seed Miami headed to Houston and two wins away from a title, let’s take a look at how Hurricanes’ futures have moved throughout key points this season.
Miami Odds to Win the NCAA Tournament
January 3: +7800
Post-Bracket Reveal: +4500
After Round of 32: +4600
After Sweet 16: +1100
After Elite Eight: +650 (via FanDuel)
After the bracket was revealed, the Hurricanes had +1600 odds to make it to the Final Four. The Hurricanes were only favored in one game during their NCAA Tournament run and that was by 2.5 points over Drake.
After that, they started pulling off some incredible upsets. Most notably against Houston, who was the favorite to win the National Championship during the entire regular season. Miami was a 7.5-point underdog against Houston and beat the Cougars outright 89-75.
The Hurricanes followed that up with an 88-81 win over Texas as 4.5-point dogs
Check out the odds for that matchup here!
For more Action Network coverage of the 2023 NCAA Tournament, check out the latest college basketball odds, as well as the public betting percentage breakdowns for all of the 2023 NCAA Tournament games.
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