2016-17 College Basketball National Championship Odds

Just hours after Villanova defeated North Carolina to win the NCAA men’s basketball championship, the Las Vegas based Westgate Superbook posted way-too-early futures for the 2016-17 season. These odds are always intriguing since it’s still unknown which players will hire an agent and declare for the NBA draft.

Duke (+450) opened as the favorite to win the 2017 national title which is interesting since Brandon Ingram has already declared for the NBA Draft but teammate Grayson Allen has decided to return for his junior season. The Blue Devils will welcome the nation’s number one ranked recruiting class including 6’9″ power forward Harry Giles — the top ranked incoming freshman.

Defending champion Villanova will graduate senior’s Ryan Arcidiacono and Daniel Ochefu, but they opened with the third best title odds at +800. North Carolina opened with the seventh best odds at +1500.

The table below displays the complete list of odds for over 150 schools to win the 2017 men’s basketball national championship.

SCHOOL ODDS
DUKE +450
KENTUCKY +600
VILLANOVA +800
LOUISVILLE +1000
KANSAS +1000
MICHIGAN ST +1200
NORTH CAROLINA +1500
INDIANA +2000
VIRGINIA +2000
XAVIER +2000
OREGON +2000
ARIZONA +2000
WISCONSIN +3000
WEST VIRGINIA +3000
MARYLAND +4000
PURDUE +4000
UCONN +4000
IOWA ST +5000
MIAMI FL +5000
SETON HALL +5000
TEXAS +6000
GONZAGA +8000
SYRACUSE +8000
UCLA +8000
TEXAS A&M +8000
BAYLOR +8000
OKLAHOMA +8000
UTAH +8000
BUTLER +10000
IOWA +10000
MICHIGAN +10000
WICHITA ST +10000
FLORIDA +10000
ARIZONA ST +10000
MISSISSIPPI ST +10000
SMU +10000
CINCINNATI +10000
VCU +20000
NOTRE DAME +20000
FLORIDA ST +20000
CREIGHTON +20000
GEORGETOWN +20000
OHIO ST +20000
COLORADO +20000
USC +20000
DAYTON +20000
SAN DIEGO ST +20000
SOUTH CAROLINA +20000
ST MARY'S +20000
VANDY +20000
TENNESSEE +20000
HARVARD +20000
CALIFORNIA +20000
AUBURN +30000
OREGON ST +30000
BYU +30000
RHODE ISLAND +30000
CLEMSON +30000
PITTSBURGH +30000
PROVIDENCE +30000
TEXAS TECH +30000
ILLINOIS +30000
UNLV +30000
NC STATE +30000
NORTHWESTERN +30000
NEBRASKA +30000
COLORADO ST +30000
LSU +30000
OLE MISS +30000
GEORGIA +30000
ARKANSAS +30000
ALABAMA +30000
VIRGINIA TECJ +30000
GEORGIA TECH +30000
WAKE FOREST +30000
MINNESOTA +30000
FRESNO ST +30000
MEMPHIS +30000
MARQUETTE +30000
KANSAS ST +30000
OKLAHOMA ST +30000
PRINCETON +30000
BOISE ST +30000
HOUSTON +30000
TULSA +30000
DAVIDSON +30000
OAKLAND +50000
WASHINGTON +50000
TEMPLE +50000
ST BONAVENTURE +50000
DEPAUL +50000
ST JOHN'S +50000
PENN ST +50000
NEW MEXICO +50000
MISSOURI +50000
STANFORD +50000
VALPO +100000
GEORGE WASHINGTON +100000
RICHMOND +100000
ST JOE'S +100000
UMASS +100000
RUTGERS +100000
YALE +100000
MONMOUTH +100000
IONA +100000
NORTHERN IOWA +100000
UTAH ST +100000
MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST +100000
LOUISIANA TECH +100000
OLD DOMINION +100000
MARSHALL +100000
EVANSVILLE +100000
ILLINOIS ST +100000
AKRON +100000
STEPHEN F AUSTIN +100000
CHATTANOOGA +100000
SOUTH DAKOTA ST +100000
NORTH DAKOTA ST +100000
UT-ARLINGTON +100000
TCU +100000
OHIO +100000
BUFFALO +100000
TOLEDO +100000
ARK LITTLE ROCK +200000
LA MONROE +200000
LA LAFAYETTE +200000
GEORGIA ST +200000
PEPPERDINE +200000
NEW MEXICO ST +200000
UAB +200000
WEBER ST +200000
MONTANA +200000
BOSTON COLLEGE +200000
UTEP +200000
CHARLOTTE +200000
WESTERN KENTUCKY +200000
UC IRVINE +200000
LONG BEACH ST +200000
UCSB +200000
KENT ST +200000
CENTRAL +200000
NEVADA +200000
WYOMING +200000
BELMONT +200000
WASHINGTON ST +200000
IPFW +200000
FLORIDA GULF COAST +200000
MOREHEAD ST +200000
CS BAKERSFIELD +200000
FIELD +50000

Who should be the favorite to win the championship next season? Which teams do you think are being undervalued? Does Villanova have any chance to repeat? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below.

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David Solar

David Solar has been the Content Manager at Sports Insights for over four years. He specializes in sports betting analytics and has created several popular data-driven betting systems. He can be reached directly at david@sportsinsights.com or on twitter at @TheDavidSolar.

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