College Basketball Odds: Georgetown Has 40/1 Odds To Win NCAA Title

Bodog has released its initial set of 2011 college basketball odds, featuring a list of teams that can win the NCAA championship and Player of the Year picks. Georgetown and Maryland both show up on the list, which is below the jump. The Hoyas are given 40/1 odds to win the title, while the Terps are given 100/1 odds.

  1. North Carolina 7/2
  2. Kentucky 9/2
  3. Ohio State 15/2
  4. Duke 10/1
  5. Connecticut 12/1
  6. Louisville 12/1
  7. Syracuse 12/1
  8. Florida 20/1
  9. Vanderbilt 20/1
  10. Memphis 22/1
  11. Kansas 25/1
  12. St. John's 25/1
  13. UCLA 25/1
  14. Michigan State 28/1
  15. Pittsburgh 28/1
  16. Texas 28/1
  17. Baylor 35/1
  18. Indiana 35/1
  19. Michigan 35/1
  20. Arizona 40/1
  21. Georgetown 40/1
  22. Gonzaga 40/1

That's just up to Georgetown's level. It's kind of surprising that the Hoyas are given one of the 20 best chances to win the NCAA title considering the graduation losses of Chris Wright, Austin Freeman and Julian Vaughn. Let's just saw I'm not taking that bet.

The Terps, meanwhile, are on the same level as the following teams: Arkansas, California, Marquette, Miami (FL), Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Purdue, St. Mary's, UNLV, USC, Utah State and VCU. That's more like it.

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