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North Carolina vs Villanova betting line released

The betting line for the NCAA Tournament National Championship Game on Monday night between North Carolina and Villanova has been released, and the Tar Heels are the early favorite. The Tar Heels opened up as favored by anywhere from 1.5-3 points depending on the book. CG Technology had them as a 1.5-point favorite: North Carolina opens as a 1.5-point favorite over Villanova at...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Michigan State named by LVSB as favorite to win NCAA Tournament

The Las Vegas SuperBook has named the Michigan State Spartans as this year’s favorite to win the 2016 NCAA Tournament, according to a tweet from ESPN’s David Payne Purdham. Per the SuperBook, the Spartans are 5/1 favorites. Odds to win NCAA tourney @LVSuperBookMich St 5/1Kansas 6/1UNC 7/1 UVA 8/1Nova 10/1OU 18/1WVU 20/1Maryland 20/1Xavier 25/1Duke 25/1 — David Payne Purdum...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Place your bets: Vegas says Spartans top choice to win Madness

In a few days, the NCAA Tournament tips off, which means bettors will flood Las Vegas to try to strike it rich by betting on the 68 competing teams. The national championship odds have been shifting pretty consistently. As of Saturday morning, Westgate, the Las Vegas Super Book released new odds, planting Michigan State as its favorite to win the Tournament at 5-1, just ahead of...
Via College Spun
March 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Las Vegas Releases Alabama vs. Clemson Line Before Cotton Bowl Ends

The Cotton Bowl is still eight minutes of game time from being finished, but it’s clear that Alabama is going to emerge victorious. As such, the Las Vegas SuperBook has already released a line for next week’s national title game. The Crimson Tide, who currently lead Michigan State 38-0, open as touchdown favorites over Clemson. Clemson, earlier in the day, took care of Oklahoma...
Via College Spun
December 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan still the 5th most wagered team to win national title

Michigan football loyal followers aren’t the only ones that think Jim Harbaugh will drastically improve the team. Apparently, betters in Las Vegas are also believers. According to College Spun and David Payne Purdum of ESPN, the Las Vegas Superbook claims the Wolverines are the fifth most bet on team to win the national title this year. Top 5 by money bet to win national title...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan Still The 5th-Most Wagered On Team To Win National Title

Need proof that new head coach Jim Harbaugh has the Michigan faithful believing? According to David Payne Purdum of ESPN, the Las Vegas SuperBook claims that the Wolverines are the fifth-most-bet-on team to win the national title this year, despite not qualifying for a bowl game in 2014. Of course, that factors in the odds, which are currently going off around 85:1, but still, it’s...
Via College Spun
August 01, 2015  |  Discuss
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