Sweet Sixteen Futures – Odds to Win Each Region

Sixteen teams remain in the hunt to win the 2012 college basketball championship.  Sweet Sixteen odds are available at BetDSI sportsbook including odds to each region and odds to win the title.  Let’s take a look at Sweet Sixteen futures.

Sweet Sixteen Futures

Odds to Win Midwest Region

North Carolina -180

Kansas +135

Field +625

It is somewhat surprising to see North Carolina such a big favorite considering their point guard Kendall Marshall had surgery on Monday to insert a screw into his fractured right wrist.  Marshall could still play against Ohio but how effective he can be is a huge question mark.  It would seem that Kansas at +135 has a lot of value.

Odds to Win the West Region

Michigan State -125

Marquette +300

Louisville +400

Florida +400

The Spartans are the big favorite to win this region with the other three teams having similar odds in Sweet Sixteen futures.

Odds to Win the East Region

Ohio State -130

Syracuse +205

Wisconsin +530

Cincinnati +535

The Buckeyes continue to get a lot of support and they are now odds on to win the East even though they are the #2 seed and Syracuse is the #1 seed.

Odds to Win the South Region

Kentucky -210

Baylor +265

Indiana +680

Field +680

The Wildcats are heavily favored to win the South and it is hard to argue as they are clearly the top team in the country.

Odds to Win the 2012 NCAA Championship

Kentucky +210

Ohio State +330

North Carolina +550

Michigan State +550

Kansas +725

Syracuse +1050

Field +1600

Baylor +1650

Marquette +2600

Louisville +2600

Florida +2600

Wisconsin +2600

Cincinnati +2600

Indiana +2600

It is somewhat surprising to see Kentucky with odds of 2-1.  Considering how strong they have looked and how weak the other top teams appear to be, the Wildcats should probably be more like 6-5.  Ohio State is the one team getting a lot of support as they are now the second choice in the betting even though they are a #2 seed.

Stay tuned today for more March Madness betting news and information.

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