Memphis has the fourth shortest average odds to win March Madness after compiling the Nation’s number one recruiting class in 2019.
Louisville Taking Early Money from Bettors; Cardinals Enter Top-10 March Madness Favorites, Bumping Out Gonzaga
The Louisville Cardinals were as high as +8000 to win the 2020 NCAA Tournament but are now down to +1600. With Jordan Nwora back and a strong recruiting class coming in, are they a good bet at this price? Dave Golokhov analyzes Chris Mack’s team for the upcoming season.
The UVA Cavaliers are the defending national champions. However, after losing their three leading scorers to the pros, are they going to be able to contend in 2020? Get the latest 2020 March Madness futures and expert betting advice on Tony Bennett’s Wahoos.
The Houston Cougars landed former Kansas five-star recruit Quentin Grimes. What does it mean for their program and the Jayhawks in 2020? We look at the latest 2020 March Madness odds in light of the news.
The Florida Gators are now considered legitimate March Madness contenders after landing grad transfer Kerry Blackshear Jr., moving from +3500 to +2600 at Bovada. They now have the second-best odds in the SEC after Kentukcy. Is there any value left of Mike White’s 2019-20 Gators?
Huge Changes in 2020 March Madness Odds: Duke, Gonzaga, Virginia Tumble, while Memphis & Kansas Climb
The updated 2020 March Madness futures have some huge changes, even among elite teams. Duke, Virginia, and Gonzaga have fallen, while Kansas, Memphis, Louisville, and Florida are on the rise. See the new odds for all the biggest movers in the 2020 National Championship futures.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders have lost four starters off of their roster, including star Jarrett Culver. We discuss if they are a good bet to still be a contender or if they’re a team to fade.
We all know about Duke’s Big Three of Zion Williamson, RJ Barrett, and Cam Reddish, but which other ACC players are likely to be among the top 10 picks in the 2019 NBA Draft?
NCAA Set to Issue Notices of Allegations to Major Programs; What Does It Mean for Betting 2020 March Madness?
At least six schools are set to get a fresh wave of notices, which includes some allegations of Level I violations. Should the news affect bettors?
The NCAA three-point line distance will change at the beginning of the 2019-20 college basketball season. We examine which teams will benefit most as it gets pushed back.
Brad Calipari, the son of Kentucky head coach John Calipari, is planning to transfer. What’s the best bet for where he’ll play next year?
Kansas got a big boost on Wednesday night when Devon Dotson announced he will return for his sophomore season. The Jayhawks are now sporting +2200 odds to win the 2020 NCAA Tournament.
The Michigan Wolverines have hired Juwan Howard to be their next head coach. Fans are thrilled with the news, but sportsbooks can’t seem to agree whether the former Fab Five member will lead his alma mater back to the promised land.
With Precious Achiuwa joining James Wiseman in Memphis, Penny Hardaway may have assembled the most talented team in school history. The Tigers now have the best 2020 March Madness odds in the AAC. Are they a good bet to win the National Championship, though?
There’s a big discrepency between Baylor’s March Madness odd online and in Vegas. The Bears are 100/1 at online sportsbooks, but just 40/1 in Vegas. Which odds are more in line with Scott Drew’s chances to win a national championship in 2020?
Is there any chance Zion Williamson is returning to Duke for his sophomore season? He wasn’t thrilled that the Pelicans got the #1 pick in the 2019 NBA draft, according to reports. Get an expert look at Zion’s future, Duke’s 2020 March Madness odds, and more.
Rick Pitinio is among the favorites to be the next head coach at Michigan, but Butler’s LaVall Jordan might be the best bet available.
Who will be Michigan’s next basketball coach? The odds say ex-Wolverine Juwan Howard is the favorite, but between Billy Donovan, Chris Beard, Brad Stevens, Bobby Hurley, Rick Pitino, Mike White and LaVall Jordan, this coaching search is up in the air. Bettors should look at the viable candidates with long odds.
The Michigan Wolverines unexpectedly lost head coach John Beilein to the NBA. Their national championship odds have barely moved and they remain among the top-ten 2020 March Madness favorites. Are they a good bet or a terrible wager at this point in time?