2021-22 College Basketball Conference Title Odds Tracker
- Major sportsbooks have released odds to win each of the high major basketball conferences for the 2021-22 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 2021-22 season right here
With the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic in the rearview, college basketball returns to normal this season. Between packed gyms, a new class of 5-star freshmen and Coach K’s farewell tour, it’s set to be an awesome season on the hard court.
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.
[March 7] Despite losing in hilarious fashion to UNC in Coach K’s final game at Cameron Indoor, the Blue Devils easily cruised to the regular season conference championship and enter the ACC Tournament as the #1 seed
[February 15] Notre Dame and Duke currently sit atop the ACC standings at 11-3, but ND are still behind the heavily favored Blue Devils. Duke does have the tougher schedule over the last 2.5 weeks of the regular season, so now could be the time to jump in on the Irish
[February 7] Florida State’s loss to Wake Forest likely knocks them out of the race, as well as UNC’s pathetic loss to Duke in Coach K’s final trip to the Dean Dome. Notre Dame has quietly won seven of eight games to firmly cement themselves as top contender to odds-on favorite Duke
[January 31] In a fairly non-competitive ACC, we have a matchup of note tonight as Notre Dame has a chance to upset Duke on their home floor. Mike Brey’s squad has continued shortening, now at average odds of +775, and can pull off a major move by taking down the -190 favorite Blue Devils
[January 24] Florida State has been the hottest team in the ACC over the last few weeks, including this past as they defeated both Duke at home and survived at Miami on Saturday. The Seminoles are now the second choice in the conference at average odds of +555. Duke absolutely demolished Syracuse at Cameron on Saturday to remain the odds-on favorite
[January 11] Despite the stunning home court loss to Miami on Saturday, Duke remains the overwhelming favorite to win the ACC in what is a heavily down year for the conference
[December 20] The ACC hasn’t looked strong outside their favorite through a month and a half of non-conference play, the Blue Devils have shortened to odds-on favorites to win the ACC for Coach K’s final year at Duke
[December 7] With Florida State, UNC and Syracuse all experiencing some struggles, Louisville and Duke have surged to favorites behind Duke – who looks like the runaway favorites in the ACC through a month of action
[November 22] Virginia has been the biggest loser across the first two weeks of the season, as a stunning home upset loss to Navy, and then a humbling loss at Houston has tumbled their odds to +2000 on average from +650
[November 9] Syracuse has seen sharp money come in on them to win the ACC at DraftKings Sportsbook, shortening their odds from +2200 at open to now +1700 as the season begins
[November 2] No surprise that Duke opens as the favorites to win the conference heading in to Coach K’s final season – as the team has high expectations around 5-star Paolo Banchero and AJ Griffin, as well as returning C Mark Williams
2021-22 ACC Championship Odds
All odds as of February 15th at FanDuel
[March 7] After celebrating a Big Ten title with a court storm in a thriller of a win against Purdue last week, Wisconsin had disaster strike on Sunday losing a game to Nebraska in which Johnny Davis left with injury. They are now co-champs with Illinois, who won the Big Ten seeding race for #1 on a tiebreaker as they beat the Badgers earlier this year
[February 15] Illinois and Purdue are neck and neck at the top of the odds board, while Wisconsin’s loss to Rutgers on Saturday hasn’t totally pushed them out of the race, as the Badgers average odds actually shortened to +675
[February 7] Purdue and Illinois are both favorites depending on your book – and they clash Tuesday in a huge game on ESPN. Wisconsin and Michigan State are third, and fourth in odds, respectively – they play on Tuesday as well
[January 31] It’s almost Franuary – as Iowa’s recent run has left them outside the top five contenders. Illinois remains the favorite, while Michigan State has shortened to an average of +300 odds after their big win over Michigan this past weekend.
[January 24] Four teams look to have distanced themselves as serious contenders in Purdue, Illinois, Michigan State and Wisconsin. Ohio State lingers just beyond as they come out of a Covid pause to average odds of +650
[January 11] Preseason favorite Michigan has fallen off considerably in what now looks like a building year in Ann Arbor. Illinois has overcome a slow start to become the current favorite, while Wisconsin has shortened to an average of +625 as Johnnie Davis is having a breakout POY campaign
[December 20] Purdue remains the favorite, while Michigan State has hit their stride and the Spartans odds have shortened to +650
[December 7] Michigan is off to their worst start of the Juwan Howard era, but may have righted the ship in defeating San Diego State on Saturday, with their odds now at an average of +370. Purdue is #1 in the country for the first time in program history, with their odds shortening to a price of +148
[November 18] After some early season losses to Big East and Pac 12 competition, we’ve seen the odds on Michigan and Ohio State fade, while Purdue has shortened after an impressive showing against Villanova and Tennessee at the Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament
[November 9] Despite not making the AP Preseason Top 25, bettors believe in Michigan State as their odds have shortened to +900 ahead of their opener against Kansas
[November 2] In what figures to be a super competitive Big Ten once again, Purdue has come out as the favorite on-average with Jaden Ivey leading the way – although Michigan’s loaded lineup headlined by Hunter Dickinson is a favorite at multiple sportsbooks.
2021-22 Big Ten Championship Odds
[March 7] Baylor and Kansas shared the regular season title at records of 14-4, Kansas enters the Big 12 Tournament as the #1 seed due to their tiebreaker win
[February 15] Texas’ blowout loss in Waco has knocked the Longhorns out of the race, while Baylor remains second to Kansas – but has to deal with the season ending loss of key rotation piece Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua. The Jayhawks remain odds-on favorites after a blowout win against Oklahoma State on Monday night
[February 7] Kansas rebounded extremely well from their loss to Kentucky, by dismantling Baylor at home on Saturday to become odds-on favorites in the Big 12 race. Texas Tech remains on the fringes of the race following their big win over Chris Beard and Texas on Tuesday, as well as surviving in Morgantown against WVU on Saturday.
[January 31] Despite both teams losing their SEC-Big 12 challenge games, KU has seen their odds shorten to +140 on average while Baylor has stayed in the +180 range. Texas Tech has faded to odds of +500, but with Chris Beard’s return on Tuesday – they have a huge chance to re-shorten their price
[January 24] In the most competitive league in the nation, any two game losing skid can knock your odds to win the Big 12. Baylor and Kansas remain neck-and-neck, while Texas Tech has a huge chance at Allen Fieldhouse to beat the Jayhawks on Monday night
[January 11] Baylor remains the #1 team in the country and is now the Big 12 favorite, as Kansas dropped their first league game to Texas Tech last weekend.
[December 20] Iowa State’s hot start continues, and they are now tied with West Virginia at average odds of +1550. Baylor is still behind Kansas, but remains #1 after a come-from-behind win at Oregon on Saturday night.
[December 7] TJ Otzelberger’s Iowa State team has been the surprise of the first month as they are undefeated and in to the AP Poll after beginning the season as the expected last place group. Their odds have shortened to +3950 from an average of +18500 preseason
[November 18] Both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State have seen their prices fade after early season losses at MTE
[November 9] Bob Huggins’ West Virginia team has seen their odds shorten, as the Mountaineers are now down to odds of +975 on average
[November 2] No surprise here, as Kansas opens as the Big 12 favorite with a chance to start a new streak atop the conference following last season’s 2nd place finish behind Baylor. Texas is the next team up under new coach Chris Beard who has the roster re-stocked with a ton of 5-star talent and transfers. The reigning national champion Baylor Bears have opened at average odds of +445
2021-22 Big 12 Championship Odds
[March 7] Providence made history, winning their first ever regular season Big East title since the league was formed. They enter the Big East Tournament in MSG as the third favorite to win, behind UConn and Villanova.
[February 15] Tuesday night inside the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence could go a long way towards deciding the Big East, as the Friars host Villanova. Ed Cooley’s bunch has become the odds-on favorites, but Nova could retake the mantle with a win.
[February 7] Villanova didn’t have too much trouble in a battle of Big East favorites against UConn Saturday, while at Barstool Sportsbook Providence has joined the Wildcats at odds of -106. The Friars just keep on winning games, having won seven in a row after blowing out Georgetown on Sunday
[January 31] Providence and Marquette played a thriller on Sunday afternoon, and the Friars hung on to move their record to an impressive 17-2. The Friars odds have shortened to +265, while Villanova moves in to their toughest stretch this week with a game at Marquette on Wednesday and home to UConn on Saturday
[January 24] Marquette has been absolutely surging, now at average odds of +1600 after being as long as +16500. Villanova remains odds-on favorite
[January 11] The Big East is shaping up to be a hell of a competition this year, with Villanova still a favorite but Providence closing the gap and UConn as well as Seton Hall among top favorites
[December 20] Villanova was humbled by Baylor last weekend and held to 36 points, but are still -105 odds-on favorites in the Big East. Despite their loss to Providence on Saturday, UConn has seen their odds shorten as well
[December 7] Villanova remains the odds-on favorite in the Big East after a month of action
[November 22] Seton Hall pulled off the best win of the season so far in the Crisler Center at Michigan, shortening their odds from +1500 to +850 on average
[November 9] Villanova’s odds have continued shortening ahead of the season beginning
[November 2] The Villanova Wildcats have reclaimed their usual place in the preseason odds, opening as -155 odds-on favorites to win the league at the Barstool Sportsbook. In Danny Hurley’s crucial third season at UConn the Huskies are second favorite, while despite winning the Big East Tournament last year – Patrick Ewing’s Georgetown team suffered a bunch of roster attrition and is only +10000 to repeat
2021-22 Big East Championship Odds
[March 7] Arizona easily coasted to the Pac-12 regular season title, and enters the Pac-12 Tournament as an odds-on favorite
[February 15] With UCLA having now dropped three of their last four, Arizona is all but guaranteed the Pac-12 regular season title
[February 7] What a week for Arizona. The Wildcats avenged their loss to UCLA in front of a raucous crowd in Tuscon, and then held on against USC to complete the series on Saturday to move to odds-on Pac-12 favorites. The Bruins meanwhile, also lost at ASU in 3OT to put their league title hopes behind the 8-ball
[January 31] After their head-to-head win on Tuesday night in LA, UCLA has moved to odds-on favorite to win the Pac-12.
[January 24] With all the Pac-12 schools mostly back to regular game action, the early game of the year in the league comes on Tuesday as Arizona battles UCLA at Pauley. The Wildcats are the slight odds-on favorites right now
[January 11] There hasn’t been much hoops on the West Coast for the last few weeks with multiple Covid pauses around the league. Arizona and UCLA are tied as +148 league favorites with the meat of the schedule to come
[December 20] The Pac-12 looks to be down to a two-horse race, as UCLA and Arizona are at odds of +140 and +150, respectively, to win the league
[December 7] The most movement has been in the Pac-12, where Tommy Lloyd has Arizona undefeated and in the Top 25, with their odds shortening to +233 on average. Oregon State has also plummeted amidst a 1-7 start, with last year’s Elite 8 appearance now looking like a dream
[November 22] Arizona has shortened to an average of +350 coming off an undefeated start including a victory in Vegas over a top five Michigan team
[November 9] Stanford has seen their odds move in to the upper tier, as Jerod Haase looks to get the Cardinals in to the NCAA Tournament this season
[November 2] Off their Cinderella run and bringing back nearly every key member of the Final Four team, UCLA has opened as consensus favorites at +105 on average to win the Pac 12. Dana Altman’s always competitive Oregon squad is the top contender on the board
2021-22 Pac 12 Championship Odds
[March 7] Auburn won the regular season title despite Tennessee, Kentucky and Arkansas ending up hot on their heels – and enter the SEC Tournament as favorite in what should be the most competitive of the P6 Conference Tournaments
[February 15] Kentucky still has a chance, and their odds will be boosted big time if they can take down Tennessee in Knoxville on Tuesday night. Auburn remains a fairly heavy odds-on favorite
[February 7] Will Auburn lose another game? They found a way to survive in Athens on a miracle buzzer beating layup by Wendell Green, and head to Arkansas on Tuesday to face the Razorbacks who have won seven in a row. Kentucky remains the top challenger, and fresh off a grind out win over Alabama they look to be rounding in to form at the perfect time for John Calipari
[January 31] Auburn remains the overwhelming favorite, while Alabama’s Jekyll & Hyde season continues as they lost to Georgia and then beat #4 Baylor in the last week
[January 24] LSU has fallen out of the top contenders as injuries to Darius Days and Xavier Pinson has led to losses in three of the last four contests. Auburn is now a heavy odds-on favorite after defeating Kentucky on Saturday – dropping the Wildcats to +700 on average
[January 11] Auburn looks like one of the best teams in the country led by top three NBA prospect Jabari Smith, and LSU remains just outside the top three at +750 odds after taking down Kentucky and Tennessee within the past week. Arkansas fell to 0-3 in the league after a loss at Texas A&M and has completely ejected from the title race.
[December 20] LSU is one of the few undefeated teams remaining in the country, and their odds to win the SEC are down to +950 on average, with a gauntlet of the SEC schedule set to commence
[December 7] Alabama remains behind Kentucky at average odds of +400 to win the SEC, but just pulled off a nice win against Gonzaga in Seattle
[November 22] The SEC has fared well through two weeks of non-conference play, and there’s been no significant shake up in the odds
[November 9] Is Dan Mullen also coaching Florida’s basketball team? The Gators have seen their odds fade ahead of season tip off
[November 2] After last season’s disastrous season, John Calipari has restocked Kentucky’s roster with multiple 5-stars as well as grad transfers Kellan Grady and CJ Frederick as well as Oscar Tshiebwe from West Virginia to instantly vault the Wildcats back to SEC favorites and title contenders
2021-22 SEC Championship Odds