While the start of the 2019-20 NCAA college basketball season is still a couple of months away from getting started, if you’re an online sports betting enthusiast, then you know it’s never too soon to start gathering useful betting information on any upcoming campaign.
Thanks to this fun-filled look at the most recent odds to win the 2020 College Basketball Championship, you’re going to have a good idea of where to potentially place your college basketball betting bucks this coming season. With that said, let’s get started.
Updated 2020 College Basketball Championship Odds – August 20th Edition
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Michigan State might have come up one game short of reaching the 2019 national championship, but the Spartans are prohibitive 6/1 favorites thanks to the returns of future NBA performers like Cassius Winston, Xavier Tillman and Joshua Langford among others.
Kentucky is penciled in as the No. 2 favorite at 7/1 on the board because John Calipari’s perennially-powerful program keeps getting a handful of elite high school stars. This time, it’s five-star freshmen recruits, Tyrese Maxey and Kahlil Whitney.
Kansas is set as the No. 3 favorite to win it all, but I’m thinking it’s going to be a bit of a stretch for Bill Self’s squad this coming season, even if the Jayhawks do have a pair of really gifted players in sophomore Devon Dotson and senior big man Udoka Azubuike.
The Duke Blue Devils might have lost a trio of stars to the first round of the NBA Draft, including Zion Williamson, but they’ve still got a talented floor leader in Tre Jones and some more, five-star recruits in freshmen Vernon Carey and Matthew Hurt.
Memphis is hoping to get back on the national basketball map in a big way in their first season under the near, legendary Penny Hardaway and I believe the Tigers could surprise in a big way with the potential No. 1 pick in next year’s NBA Draft (James Wiseman) and a pair of other super talented freshmen Precious Achiuwa and Boogie Ellis.
North Carolina lost a bunch of their main players from last season’s title-hopeful squad in Coby White, Nassir Little and Luke Maye. The tar Heels have some nice incoming talent, but expected starting point guard Cole Anthony is expected be a one-and-done performer, so there will be change in Chapel Hill this coming campaign.
The Louisville Cardinals are next at identical 14-1 odds with the Villanova Wildcats (16-1), Florida Gators (20-1) and defending champion Virginia Cavaliers (20-1), rounding out the Top 10 favorites to win the 2019-2020 NCAA Championship!
Here is a look at all of the favorites with 80-1 or better odds.
Odds to win 2020 NCAA Men’s Tournament
- Michigan 6/1
- Kentucky Wildcats 7/1
- Kansas Jayhawks 8/1
- Duke Blue Devils 8/1
- Memphis Tigers 14/1
- North Carolina Tar Heels 14/1
- Louisville Cardinals 16/1
- Villanova Wildcats 20/1
- Florida Gators 20/1
- Virginia Cavaliers 20/1
- Gonzaga Bulldogs 25/1
- Texas Tech Red Raiders 25/1
- Arizona Wildcats 30/1
- Maryland Terrapins 30/1
- LSU Tigers 40/1
- Baylor Bears 40/1
- Oregon Ducks 40/1
- Ohio State Buckeyes 50/1
- Seton Hall Pirates 50/1
- Auburn Tigers 60/1
- Florida State Seminoles 60/1
- Houston Cougars 60/1
- Purdue Boilermakers 60/1
- Tennessee Volunteers 60/1
- Xavier Musketeers 60/1
- Michigan Wolverines 80/1
- Mississippi State Bulldogs 80/1
- Washington Huskies 80/1
- USC Trojans 80/1