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  • Track the average odds to win the 2022 March Madness tournament for all major D1 basketball programs.
  • Gonzaga has opened as the favorite after going 31-1 last year (and getting routed by Baylor in the title game).
  • View teams individually or alongside others trending in the same direction.

The 2022 March Madness  tournament is scheduled to begin with the “First Four” on Tuesday, March 15th in Dayton, Ohio. The first round will follow on Thursday, March 17th, and Friday, March 18th, at eight regional sites across the country. The Final Four will take place in New Orleans on Saturday, April 2nd, with the title game  on Monday, April 4th, 2022.

The graphs below show the odds to win the 2022 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, which opened the night of April 5th, 2021, immediately after Baylor blasted Gonzaga in last season’s title game.

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2022 NCAA Tournament Odds

Team Odds at DraftKings
Gonzaga +750
Michigan +1100
UCLA +1200
Duke +1500
Villanova +1600
Purdue +1600
Illinois +1600
Kansas +1800
Texas +1800
Alabama +2000
Kentucky +2000
Florida State +2200
Baylor +2500
Ohio State +2500
Arkansas +3000
Michigan State +3500
North Carolina +3500
Texas Tech +3500
Houston +4000
Maryland +4500
Louisville +4500
Virginia Tech +4500
Oregon +4500
USC +5000
Virginia +5000
West Virginia +5000
LSU +5000
Arizona +5500

Odds as of August 2, 2021.

Odds Movement Timeline

  • Sep 16, 2021: With Connecticut sports betting coming online soon, residents of the The Nutmeg State will have a chance to bet on UConn (+6000). Unfortunately, Yale, Quinnipiac, and Hartford are not on the board yet.
  • Aug. 2, 2021: The biggest movement in the preseason is by Texas, which has surged all the way from +4000 to +1500, thanks Chris Beard replacing Shaka Smart as head coach.
  • Apr. 6th, 2021: Last season’s runner up Gonzaga has opened as a +900 favorite, followed by Michigan at +1050 on average and UCLA as +1250.


ACC Teams

ACC Team National Championships Year(s)
UNC 6 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009, 2017
Duke 5 1991, 1992, 2001, 2010, 2015
Louisville 3 1980, 1986, 2013
NC State 2 1974, 1983
Syracuse 1 2003
Virginia 1 2019
Boston College 0 N/A
Clemson 0 N/A
Florida State 0 N/A
Georgia Tech 0 N/A
Miami 0 N/A
Notre Dame 0 N/A
Pittsburgh 0 N/A
Virginia Tech 0 N/A
Wake Forest 0 N/A

 

Big 12 Teams

Big 12 Team National Championships Year(s) Final Fours (Most Recent)
Kansas 3 1952, 1988, 2008 14 (2018)
Oklahoma State 2 1945, 1946 6 (2004)
Baylor 1 N/A 3 (2021)
Oklahoma 0 N/A 5 (2016)
Kansas State 0 N/A 4 (1964)
Texas 0 N/A 3 (2003)
West Virginia 0 N/A 2 (2010)
Iowa State 0 N/A 1 (1944)
Texas Tech 0 N/A 1 (2019)
TCU 0 N/A N/A

 

Big East Teams

Big East Team National Championships Best NCAA Tournament Finish (Year)
Villanova 3 Champion (1985, 2016, 2018)
Georgetown 1 Champion (1984)
Marquette 1 Champion (1977)
Butler 0 Runner-up (2010, 2011)
Seton Hall 0 Runner-up (1989)
St. John’s 0 Runner-up (1952)
DePaul 0 Final Four (1943, 1979)
Providence 0 Final Four (1973, 1987)
Creighton 0 Elite Eight (1941)
Xavier 0 Elite Eight (2004, 2008, 2017)

 

Big Ten Teams

Big Ten Teams National Championships Best NCAA Tournament Finish (Year)
Indiana 5 Champion (1940, 1953, 1976, 1981, 1987)
Michigan State 2 Champion (1979, 2000)
Maryland 1 Champion (2002)
Michigan 1 Champion (1989)
Ohio State 1 Champion (1960)
Wisconsin 1 Champion (1941)
Illinois 0 Runner-up (2005)
Iowa 0 Runner-up (1956)
Purdue 0 Runner-up (1969)
Minnesota 0 Final Four (1997)
Penn State 0 Final Four (1954)
Rutgers 0 Final Four (1976)
Northwestern 0 Round of 32 (2017)
Nebraska 0 Round of 64 (0-7 all-time tournament record)

 

Pac-12 Teams

PAC-12 Team National Championships Best NCAA Tournament Finish (Year)
UCLA 11 Champion (1964, 1965, 1967-73, 1975, 1995)
Arizona 1 Champion (1997)
California 1 Champion (1959)
Oregon 1 Champion (1939)
Stanford 1 Champion (1942)
Utah 1 Champion (1944)
Washington State 0 Runner-up (1941)
Colorado 0 Final Four (1942, 1955)
Oregon State 0 Final Four (1949, 1963)
USC 0 Final Four (1940, 1954)
Washington 0 Final Four (1953)
Arizona State 0 Elite Eight (1961, 1963, 1975)

 

SEC Teams

SEC Team National Championships Best NCAA Tournament Finish (Year)
Kentucky 8 Champion (1948-49, 1951, 1958, 1978, 1996, 1998, 2012)
Florida 2 Champion (2006-07)
Arkansas 1 Champion (1994)
Auburn 0 Final Four (2019)
 Georgia 0 Final Four (1983)
LSU 0 Final Four (1953, 1981, 1986, 2006)
Mississippi State 0 Final Four (1996)
South Carolina 0 Final Four (2017)
Alabama 0 Elite Eight (2004)
Missouri 0 Elite Eight (1944, 1976, 1994, 2002, 2009)
Tennessee 0 Elite Eight (2010)
Vanderbilt 0 Elite Eight (1965)
Ole Miss 0 Sweet 16 (2001)
Texas A&M 0 Sweet 16 (1951, 1969, 1980, 2007, 2016, 2018)

 

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