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Kentucky’s updated odds to win the National Championship


What do the oddsmakers think of Kentucky’s chances to win the NCAA Tournament now that they’ve advanced to the Sweet 16? Bovada.Lv just released the latest odds, and Kentucky has the fifth best at +1000, or 10-1:

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12 responses to “Kentucky’s updated odds to win the National Championship”

  1. Biglaw Dawgin'

    So we go from +850 when there were 64 teams, to +1000 when it’s down to 16? Seems legit.

  2. catsfan27

    My thoughts as well, Biglaw.

  3. UK Football BRO

    So, if the seeds hold form, we would have to play everyone with lower odds. Tough task

    1. ukjaybrat

      well one of arizona/gonzaga… but damn. that does suck for us… or does it suck for the people betting for those teams???

  4. meeksfor3

    umm isn’t that 6th best?

    1. ibescootch

      Arizona and Gonzaga are both +650.

    2. meeksfor3

      which is still higher than UK so both would be above us. Two teams cant count for one spot. 🙂

  5. maximumscott

    20 year anniversary of Arizona vs Kentucky

  6. EdC

    Whatever. Wonder what ‘Nova’s “odds” were last year. None of it matters.

  7. plumloopy

    It’s based on the first two games where we didn’t blow out either opponent, IMO. Funny how UNC’s near upset was forgiven as an aberration.

    I always think of past champs and near losses they have in earlier rounds. It can be a very good thing that things didn’t come so easy. I hope UCLA is overconfident.

    1. damage_control

      You’d think that it was UK with 7 losses, right?

  8. damage_control

    UK beat Arkasas by 26 at Rupp and 17 on a “neutral” court (realize it was a quasi-home game). UNC gets 3 consecutive gift calls at the most critical time of the game which handed them the win and yet they’re somehow a longer shot to win it all than UNC?