The end of college basketball is near. As we enter into the middle half and later parts of March, we inch closer and closer to naming the best team this season.
March Madness is a spectacle like no other. When a team can get eliminated by having one bad day, no game is a walk in the park. We’ve seen a 16 seed beat a 1 seed, top programs fall in the early going and Cinderella stories. Will we see the same this year?
Online bookmaker Sports Betting has Duke at +225 to win the championship.
Villanova is the defending champion. The Wildcats have won two of the past three NCAA titles. Will they be able to make it two-in-a-row this season? The Wildcats are first in the Big East and currently own a record of 22-8. The last time March Madness saw back to back champs was in 2006 and 2007 when the Florida Gators captured the feat.
Duke has the best odds currently. It will be interesting to see how the odds change (if they do) after Duke’s final game against the UNC Tar Heels. Also, will Zion Williamson make his return to action?
Speaking of UNC, the Tar Heels have a decent chance at winning March Madness. The Tar Heels recently won in 2017. If they were to win this season, it would create a pattern of Villanova and UNC splitting titles in four years.
The Tennessee Volunteers are an interesting team to watch. They were ranked number one in the AP Polls for four weeks straight. Since then, they have fallen to 7th. Will the Volunteers be able to reach the final four for the first time in their program’s history?
Other notable teams to watch include Gonzaga, Michigan and Virginia. Will any of these teams take the championship or will it go to the field?
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