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  • Major sportsbooks have released odds to win each of the high major basketball conferences for the 2019-20 season
  • From the ACC to the SEC, the graphs below detail the futures for each of the ten conferences in the nation
  • Track the odds for each team through the 2019-20 season right here 

The 2019-20 NCAA basketball season is just under two months away, as the Champions Classic pitting Duke vs Kansas and Michigan State vs Kentucky opens up the year on November 5th from Madison Square Garden.

Odds to win each of the high major conferences have been released across the leading sportsbooks, and we will be tracking the odds over time in the graphs below. The page begins with the ACC and moves through each high major conference in alphabetical order.

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ACC Title Odds

[November 4] Don’t count out the Tar Heels after their quiet offseason, as their average odds have shortened to +460

[October 28] The Clemson Tigers have seen their average odds slightly shorten into the top half of the conference, to +1900

[October 23] Both Duke and Virginia have seen their odds slightly fade as the season nears, while Louisville’s odds are now +400

[September 12]  Headlined by another superb freshmen class Duke opens as the favorite at +250, while reigning champion Virginia is +280 and North Carolina is +450

ACC Title Odds at BetOnline

Team Odds at BetOnline
Duke +250
Virginia +400
Louisville +400
North Carolina +600
Florida State +1400
Syracuse +1600
Clemson +1600
NC State +2000
Virginia Tech +2500
Notre Dame +2500
Boston College +5000
Miami +5000
Georgia Tech +5000
Pittsburgh +6600
Wake Forest +10000

All odds taken November 4th, 2019.

Big Ten Title Odds

[November 4] Maryland is sufficiently entrenched as the top contender to Michigan State, now with average odds of +620 on season’s eve

[October 28] Bettors are taking a wait and see approach with Juwan Howard’s Wolverines, as Michigan’s average odds continue fading to now +680

[October 23] The Spartans have become  heavier +150 favorites, while Michigan’s odds have slid back to +600, tied with Maryland

[September 12] Michigan State is the clear favorite opening at +200, as they are also preseason national title favorites at +650

Big Ten Title Odds at BetOnline

Team Odds at BetOnline
Michigan State +150
Maryland +600
Purdue +600
Michigan +700
Ohio State +800
Wisconsin +1600
Illinois +2000
Iowa +2500
Indiana +2500
Minnesota +2500
Penn State +3300
Rutgers +5000
Nebraska +5000
Northwestern +5000

Big 12 Title Odds

[November 4] The rise of Baylor’s preseason hype has seen their average odds now shorten to +410, ahead of Texas Tech, who’s average is +430

[October 28] As Kansas has become a heavier favorite ahead of the season, both Texas and Iowa State have seen significant fades in their average odds, to +1200 and +2000, respectively.

[September 12] – After their record breaking streak of conference titles was finished last year, Kansas opens as the favorite at an average of +280

Big 12 Title Odds at BetOnline

Team Odds at BetOnline
Kansas +200
Texas Tech +400
Baylor +400
Oklahoma +600
West Virginia +1000
Texas +1200
Iowa State +2000
Kansas State +2500
Oklahoma State +2500
TCU +3300

Big East Title Odds

[November 4] Xavier has joined the top contenders, with their average odds down to +540

[October 28] Creighton has seen their average odds improve to +800

[October 23] Both Providence and Georgetown have seen their odds lengthen, to +1600

[October 7] – The Villanova Wildcats have opened as the favorite for another Big East crown, at +250 to win the conference

Big East Title Odds at BetOnline

Team Odds at BetOnline
Villanova +225
Marquette +450
Seton Hall +450
Xavier +600
Creighton +700
St. John’s +1600
Providence +1600
Butler +1600
Georgetown +2000
DePaul +5000

Pac-12 Title Odds

[November 4] Is Colorado now so underrated, they’ve become overrated? Their average odds have shortened once again to +650

[October 28] The Buffaloes continue to see their average odds shorten, now down to +800

[October 23] Colorado’s odds have shortened to +900, as bettors are bullish on the Buffaloes

[September 12] – Buoyed by one of the best freshmen classes in program history, Oregon has opened as the favorite at an average of +280, with Arizona hot on their heels at +350

Pac 12 Title Odds at BetOnline

Team  Odds at BetOnline
Oregon +250
Arizona +400
Washington +450
Colorado +700
UCLA +900
Arizona State +1000
USC +1400
Utah +2000
Stanford +2500
Oregon State +2500
California +3300
Washington State +5000

SEC Title Odds

[November 4] As expected, Kentucky has become the heavy favorite with the season tipping off tomorrow, now down to average odds of +200

[October 28] Ole Miss has seen their average odds slightly fade in Kermit Davis’ second season at the helm, now sitting at +1800

[October 23] Kentucky has seen their odds shorten to +250, while Tennessee has slightly faded to +900

[September 12] – Kentucky is once again the preseason favorite with average odds of +280, while Florida is the next contender at +450

SEC Title Odds at BetOnline

Team  Odds at Odds at BetOnline
Kentucky +225
Florida +450
LSU +700
Auburn +900
Tennessee +900
Alabama +1000
Mississippi State +1200
Ole Miss +2000
Georgia +2000
Arkansas +2500
South Carolina +3300
Missouri +3300
Vanderbilt +5000
Texas A&M +5000