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Zion Williamson grabbed the headlines in 2018-19, but ultimately his heavily favored Duke Blue Devils fell short in March Madness, losing to Michigan State in the Elite Eight.

The eventual title game would be a battle between arguably the two best defenses in the country: Texas Tech and Virginia. Neither was among the favorites at the start of the year, particular the Red Raiders, who were close to +10000 (100/1) back in November 2018.

We tracked the national title odds for all the power-conference teams and the top mid majors throughout the year. The graphs below were generated by averaging the odds from a variety of online sportsbooks at regular intervals.

Odds to Win March Madness by Seed

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Odds

Big 12 Conference Odds

Big East Conference Odds

Big Ten Conference Odds

Pacific-12 Conference (PAC-12) Odds

Southeast Conference (SEC) Odds

Top Mid-Majors Odds