Odds to Win the NCAA Championship

Food for thought:

Air Force
350/1
Alabama
35/1
Arizona
18/1
Arkansas
150/1
BYU
200/1
Boston College
90/1
California
80/1
Charlotte
100/1
Cincinnati
25/1
Colorado
250/1
Connecticut
9/1
Dayton
200/1
DePaul
100/1
Duke
12/1
Florida State
75/1
Florida
30/1
Georgia Tech
15/1
Gonzaga
40/1
Illinois
15/1
Indiana
80/1
Iowa State
90/1
Kansas
12/1
Kentucky
13/1
LSU
80/1
Louisville
12/1
Marquette
85/1
Maryland
18/1
Memphis
45/1
Michigan
45/1
Michigan State
20/1
Mississippi State
25/1
Missouri
125/1
North Carolina State
20/1
Nevada
300/1
North Carolina
6/1
Notre Dame
35/1
Ohio State
150/1
Oklahoma
50/1
Oklahoma State
12/1
Oregon
100/1
Pittsburgh
25/1
Providence
50/1
San Diego State
250/1
Seton Hall
85/1
St Josephs
150/1
Stanford
35/1
Syracuse
15/1
Tennessee
130/1
Texas
25/1
Texas Tech
80/1
UCLA
70/1
USC
140/1
Utah
175/1
Villanova
75/1
Virginia
150/1
Wake Forest
10/1
Washington
45/1
Wisconsin
38/1
Field (Any Other Team)
15/1

100/1 seems about right for us. Cincy at 25/1 is ridiculous. Depaul same as us is not right either.

does that mean if you put $10 on us you win $1,000? Im not sure how this works.

[i]Originally posted by finalfourtyniners[/i]@Nov 1 2004, 10:28 PM [b] does that mean if you put $10 on us you win $1,000? Im not sure how this works. [/b]
That is correct.

If anybody’s going to Vegas, put a dollar (or $5) on the Niners for me. I’ll pay you back at the Rutgers home game. B) :thumbsup:

if I wasn’t 100% sure the refs will screw us several times this year, I would contemplate such a bet…but then again, the winning whole thing is a little out there. whats the odds on Sweet 16 I wonder?

its too late now, but there have been many people making money by hedging bets on this election, people will bet on anything and everything. hedging is a strategy of betting on both sides to guarantee a profit as market flucuates.