The NCAA Tournament is only a few weeks away, and there are some fantastic teams that should be backed right now on the odds to win March Madness. Check out all of our picks!
Kansas Jayhawks (+900) at SportBet.com: Kansas has been able to stand toe to toe with some of the best teams in America. The Big XII is outstanding, and it is probably the best team in the bunch. There is a real chance for KU to be a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, and if that turns out to be the case, getting 9 to 1 odds are going to be remarkable on a solid team. Thomas Robinson and Tyshawn Taylor might really be able to carry this team all the way through the dance this year.
Florida Gators (+3000) at SportBet.com: Historically, UF has done a great job in the dance. This is a team that is seemingly routinely in the Sweet 16, and it is almost March Madness time once again. Mike Rosario is back in the lineup, and there are a heck of a lot great guards on this team. Kenny Boynton and Bradley Beal are going to have the potential to get the job done, and if the draw ends up being right for the boys in blue and orange, this could be a Final Four team once again with some great odds to win the NCAA Tournament.
Creighton Blue Jays (+10000) at SportBet.com: For a team that very well could end up on the No. 4 line in the NCAA Tournament, 100 to 1 is ridiculous. Doug McDermott is one of the best players, not just in the Missouri Valley Conference, but in the entire nation as well. The Blue Jays are legitimate, and they can do just about everything. They rebound like some of the biggest teams in the Big East, and they can fly all over the court and shoot the ball from anywhere like a team in the Big XII. We’ve seen these mid majors do well in the dance of late, and Creighton might be the next version of Butler or VCU.
St. Mary’s Gaels (+15000) at SportBet.com: St. Mary’s might have lost in BracketBusters to Murray State, but this is still one of the best mid major teams in the land. The Gaels are more suited for a run in the NCAA Tournament than any other of the minor teams because of the fact that they have a slew of players that can shoot the ball from all over the court. Matthew Dellavedova is simply an assassin, and though the Gaels have lost two straight games and have a rough end to the regular season before the West Coast Conference Tournament, they are still a team that could take a lot of scalps come March.