2015 College Baseball: Regional Odds

Last week the brackets were released for the 2015 College Baseball World Series as schools across the country embark on their quest for Omaha, Nebraska. Featuring a 64-team field, the Regionals begin tomorrow (5/29) with the dates for the Super Regional (6/5) and World Series (6/13) already set in place.

For those who are unfamiliar, there are sixteen different regions with each winner advancing to the Super Regionals — the equivalent of the Sweet 16 during March Madness. The Regionals are double elimination, the Super Regionals are a best of three series, and the World Series is double elimination followed by a three-game championship series.

Earlier this week, the popular offshore oddsmaker Sportsbook.com posted odds for each Regional winner with LSU (-2000), Miami (-900) and Florida (-900) looking like the safest bets to advance to the Super Regionals.

The table below displays the odds for each Divisional favorite and the field at Sportsbook.com.

Region Favorite Favorite Odds Field Odds
Baton Rouge LSU -2000 +900
Champaign Illinois -430 +290
College Station Texas A&M -245 +175
Coral Gables Miami (FL) -900 +500
Dallas Dallas Baptist -140 +100
Fort Worth TCU -750 +400
Fullerton Cal State Fullerton -165 +125
Gainesville Florida -900 +500
Houston Houston -140 +100
Lake Elsinore UC Santa Barbara +145 -190
Los Angeles UCLA -750 +450
Louisville Louisville -625 +380
Nashville Vanderbilt -625 +380
Springfield Missouri State -285 +200
Stillwater Oklahoma State -275 +190
Tallahassee Florida State -475 +325

We will be updating this post over the next few weeks and will bring you the full list of World Series futures whenever they become available. Bettors can also view the full bracket by visiting the official NCAA website.

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David Solar

David Solar is the Content Manager at Sports Insights. He specializes in sports betting analytics and creating data-driven betting systems. He can be reached directly at david@sportsinsights.com or on twitter at @TheDavidSolar.

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