NCAA Tournament National Championship Odds: UConn Heavily Favored

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(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) Pictured: Hassan Diarra of the Connecticut Huskies.

With the Final Four settled, the betting market is favoring the reigning national champions.

The UConn Huskies are -190 to cut down the nets — again — with a new-look roster compared to the team that won the 2023 championship. The Huskies easily dispatched of Illinois, 77-52, behind an incredible 30-0 run to punch their ticket to Phoenix.

They'll face Alabama in the Final Four after the Crimson Tide edged Clemson, 89-82. Alabama will look to upset its second No. 1 seed of the tournament after beating UNC in the Sweet 16.

And NC State upset Duke to cement their status as one of the craziest Cinderellas of all-time, going from completely out of the tournament bubble three weeks ago to nine straight wins.

They'll face Purdue, which edged out Tennessee on Sunday afternoon.

2024 March Madness Odds & Predictions to Win NCAA Tournament

In the table below, we've compared our expert projected odds with the available NCAA futures. Teams that are showing value between our predictions and the available lines are bolded and highlighted in green.

TeamNCAA Tournament OddsExpert PredictionExpert Projected Odds
Connecticut-19040.9%+148
Purdue+19545.2%+121
Alabama+160012.3%+715
NC State+18002.2%+4485

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