Louisville continues to win and continues to cover point spreads and their winning ways have made them a popular choice among March Madness prop bets in 2013.
The Cardinals, a No. 1 bracket seed, are 3/1 odds to win the tournament, according to the NCAA basketball tournament props listed by Bodog.
They are favored to win the Midwest Regional and Russ Smith is the 5/1 choice to be named the Most Outstanding Player according to player props.
Check out the full list of Madness props, courtesy of Bodog.eu.
Odds to win the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship
Louisville #1 3/1
Florida #3 19/4
Indiana #1 5/1
Miami Florida #2 15/2
Ohio State #2 15/2
Michigan #4 11/1
Duke #2 12/1
Kansas #1 12/1
Michigan State #3 14/1
Arizona #6 18/1
Syracuse #4 20/1
Oregon #12 33/1
Marquette #3 40/1
Wichita State #9 40/1
LaSalle #13 66/1
Florida Gulf Coast #15 75/1
Odds to win the 2013 NCAA Midwest Region
Louisville #1 5/7
Duke #2 11/4
Michigan State #3 7/2
Oregon #12 9/1
Odds to win the 2013 NCAAB West Region
Ohio State #2 1/1
Arizona #6 2/1
Wichita State #9 13/4
LaSalle #13 9/1
Odds to win the 2013 NCAAB South Region
Kansas #1 5/2
Florida #3 4/5
Michigan #4 5/2
Florida Gulf Coast #15 15/1
Odds to win the 2013 NCAAB East Region
Indiana #1 1/1
Miami Florida #2 2/1
Syracuse #4 15/4
Marquette #3 7/1
Who will win the NCAAB Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player?
Russ Smith (Louisville) 5/1
Victor Oladipo (Indiana) 6/1
Cody Zeller (Indiana) 8/1
Peyton Siva (Louisville) 8/1
Aaron Craft (Ohio State) 9/1
Deshaun Thompson (Ohio State) 9/1
Shane Larkin (Miami Florida) 10/1
Jeff Withey (Kansas) 15/1
Seth Curry (Duke) 12/1
Travis Releford (Kansas) 20/1
Erik Murphy (Florida) 18/1
Mason Plumlee (Duke) 25/1
Gary Harris (Michigan State) 25/1
Derrick Nix (Michingan State) 25/1
C.J. Fair (Syracuse) 35/1
Mark Lyons (Arizona) 35/1
James Sutherland (Syracuse) 35/1
Vander Blue (Marquette) 80/1
Daymeon Dotson (Oregon) 80/1
Ramone Galloway (Lasalle) 125/1
Sherman Brown (Florida Gulf Coast)125/1
Will a #1 Seed win the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Tournament?
Will a #2 Seed win the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Tournament?
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Every year, a new batch of teams appear in the March Madness bracket and in the college basketball betting odds menus.
And every year, some of the same teams following the same trends – to the Final Four or to the upset scrap heap in the first round.
Check out some of the March Madness betting trends courtesy of the Bovada Sports Betting blog.
Florida 9-3 ATS past 12 tournament games
Davidson 6-2 ATS past 8 Madness games
Gonzaga OVER is 8-2 past 10 tournament games
Indiana 6-1 ATS past 7 first-round games
Louisville 4-0-1 ATS last year in Madness
Marquette 3-6 ATS past 9 first-round games
Marquette UNDER is 5-1 past 6 March Madness games
Memphis OVER is 10-2 past 12 tournament games
Memphis 1-4 ATS past 5 first-round games
Missouri OVER is 12-2-1 past 15 tournament games
Missouri 1-4 ATS past 5 tournament games
Notre Dame 1-7 ATS past 8 tournament games
Notre Dame UNDER is 8-1-1 past 10 tournament games
Ohio State 13-5 SU in tournament since 2007
UNLV 0-4 SU & ATS in tournament since 2008
VCU 11-1 ATS past 12 tournament games
Wichita State 12-4 ATS past 16 games overall
Wisconsin 5-1 ATS past 6 first-round games
Wisconsin 5-1 ATS past 2 tournaments
Oklahoma State UNDER is 9-3 past 12 tournament games
Oregon is 3-8 ATS in tournament since 2000
Saint Louis 4-1 ATS in tournament since 1998
New Mexico State lost 6 straight tournament games since 1993
Valpo is 0-4 SU & ATS since 1999, losing by average 77-53
Creighton 2-7 ATS past 9 tournament games
Cincinnati 5-2 ATS in first round since 2002
Pitt 2-7 ATS past 9 tournament games
Ole Miss first tournament trip since 2002
Arizona 11-4 ATS past 15 tournament games
New Mexico 1-5 ATS past 6 tournament games
New Mexico UNDER is 7-1 past 8 tournament games
UNDER is 9-2 past 11 Kansas tournament games
Villanova 0-4 ATS past 4 tournament games (UNDER 4-0)
UCLA 2-6 ATS past 8 tournament games
OVER is 6-1 past UCLA tournament games
Minnesota 0-5 SU & ATS since 1997
UNDER is 13-4 past 17 Georgetown tournament games
Georgetown 3-7 ATS past 10 tournament games
UNDER is 7-1 past 8 NC State tournament games
NC State 6-2 ATS in tournament since 2005
Temple 0-6-1 ATS past 7 tournament games
Cal is 1-5 ATS past 6 tournament games
Syracuse is 2-5 ATS past 7 tournament games
Butler is 9-1 ATS past 10 tournament games
UNDER is 8-2-1 past 11 Butler tournament games
Illinois has alternated ATS wins and losses past 10 games (win is due)
Miami played 7 straight tournament OVERs
See NCAA tournament odds at Fox Sports.
The last of the conference tournaments begin Thursday as the ACC, Atlantic 10, Big Sky, Big Ten and Big West all get in on the action with opening-round play.
Meanwhile, multiple other tournaments roll on into their quarterfinal and semifinal rounds as the push to a final bracket and an onslaught of March Madness betting odds continues.
Here's a quick look at what's happening today in college hoops, with early NCAA basketball point spreads to ponder.
At the Big Ten tournament in Chicago, in a battle of bubble teams Minnesota was favored early by two points over Illinois; Michigan was favored by 14 points over Penn State; Purdue was favored by six points over Nebraska; and Iowa was favored by 10 points over Northwestern.
At the ACC tournament in Greensboro Georgia Tech was favored by two points over Boston College; North Carolina State was favored by 11 points over Virginia Tech; Maryland, which probably has to win the conference tournament to make the NCAA tournament, was favored by five points over Wake Forest; and Florida State, the defending ACC tournament champion, was favored by two points over Clemson.
And in the Atlantic 10 tournament in Brooklyn Richmond was favored by four points over Charlotte; Butler was favored by four points over Dayton; St. Joe's was favored by one point over Xavier; and UMass was favored by two points over George Washington.
In quarterfinal play at the Big 12 tournament in Kansas City 21-10 Iowa State and 20-10 Oklahoma were listed as a pick 'em; Kansas takes on Texas Tech; Kansas State battles Texas; and Oklahoma State was favored by 2.5 points over Baylor.
In the Pac-12 tournament quarters out in Vegas UCLA was favored by four points over Arizona State; fourth-seeded Arizona goes against fifth-seeded Colorado; second-seeded Cal play Utah; and third-seeded Oregon battles sixth-seeded Washington.
Finally, in second-round play in the SEC tournament in Nashville Georgia was favored by one point over LSU; fifth-seeded Tennessee takes on 13th-seeded Mississippi State; seventh-seeded Arkansas was favored by three points over 10th-seeded Vandy; and sixth-seeded Missouri goes against 11th-seeded Texas A&M.
Tournament play also continues Thursday in Conference USA, the SWAC, the WAC, the MAC, the MEAC, the Great West and the Southland.
If that's not enough to keep basketball bettors occupied, they might want to seek help.