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16501

VIRGINIA

16502

GONZAGA

16503

KANSAS

16504

KENTUCKY

16505

CREIGHTON

16506

BAYLOR

16507

MICHIGAN ST

16508

DUKE

16509

FLORIDA ST

16510

TEXAS

16511

WISCONSIN

16512

FLORIDA

16513

LOUISVILLE

16514

SAN DIEGO STATE

16515

OREGON

16516

WEST VIRGINIA

16517

OHIO ST

16518

TEXAS TECH

16519

VILLANOVA

16520

MICHIGAN

16521

HOUSTON

16522

PURDUE

16523

ILLINOIS

16524

INDIANA

16525

CONNECTICUT

16526

NORTH CAROLINA

16527

PENN ST

16528

IOWA

16529

MIAMI FL

16530

TENNESSEE





March Madness 2020 Odds, NCAA Tournament Betting


March Madness 2020 Odds, NCAA Tournament Betting

The experts at MyBookie have created the ultimate NCAA March Madness betting guide to help you make the best bets throughout the tournament. Throughout this betting guide, the pros will go in-depth on the best teams, players, and bets throughout the entire NCAA March Madness tournament.

You’ll want to bookmark this page, as the MyBookie team will be updating this guide throughout the entirety of March Madness.

Selection Sunday 2020 is March 15, the third Sunday of the month. Be sure to check out MyBookie Bracket Central and our featured Printable March Madness 2020 Bracket. Additionally, the dates and locations are set for the first and second rounds, as well as the First Four, of the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball tournament:

2020 American Athletic Conference Championship Odds

The AAC Championship Tournament kicks off on Thursday, March 12. Houston offers low odds of +180 to take the championship on Sunday. But the Cougars don’t have as much to play for as Wichita State, Cincinnati, Connecticut, and Memphis. Houston is the lone American Athletic Conference squad that’s a lock for an NCAA Tournament bid. The Shockers, Bearcats, Huskies, and Tigers must play well enough in the AAC tourney to ensure their spot in the 2020 March Madness. Check out an analysis and College Basketball Odds of the 2020 American Athletic Conference Tournament!

2020 American Athletic Conference Championship Odds

  • When: March 12 – March 15
  • Where: Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, TX
  • TV: ESPN / ESPN 2 / ESPN U
  • Live Stream: ESPN+

2020 American Athletic Conference Tournament Odds

  • Houston +180
  • Wichita State +400
  • Cincinnati +410
  • Connecticut +575
  • Memphis +1000
  • Tulsa +1000
  • SMU +1300
  • UCF +2200
  • South Florida +3000
  • Temple +5500
  • Tulane +7500
  • East Carolina +8000

Are the Houston Cougars a lock to win the American Athletic Conference Tournament?

Nope. The Cougars beat Memphis 64-57 in their final regular-season game. But Houston lost to UConn in their prior effort. The Huskies beat the Cougars 77-71. On Feb. 22, the Tigers beat Houston 60-59 in Memphis.

Even SMU added a loss to Houston’s record. That happened on Feb. 15 in a 73-72 Mustang overtime victory. Cincinnati beat Houston this season. So did Tulsa and BYU. Oregon dumped the Cougars 78-66 in Houston’s top out of conference battle.

Although the Cougars offer the lowest odds, they aren’t close to a lock to win the AAC Tournament. Look elsewhere for the winner.

Which team among Wichita State, Cincinnati, and Connecticut should college hoops handicappers back to win the American Athletic Conference Tourney?

Although the Bearcats and Huskies could win the championship, it’s difficult to look past the Wichita State Shockers. Sure, Memphis beat the Shockers 68-60 on March 5. But Wichita State ended their regular season with a 79-57 win against Tulsa.

The Shockers head into the AAC Tournament with momentum. They can carry that momentum to a title victory.

Can Memphis, Tulsa, or SMU win the American Athletic Conference Tournament?

It’s difficult to see that happening. Memphis was a Top 10 team until things fell apart. The Tigers have enough talent to win the tournament. But they must get past the fact that they fell apart so easily after forward Isaiah Stokes became ineligible.

Tulsa and SMU aren’t good enough to win the tournament. Both had moments during the regular season. But both also folded against the better teams in the conference.

Which team offering odds of +2200 or higher can take the American Athletic Conference Tournament?

Temple has history on its side. In the past, Temple has dominated its AAC opponents. That’s the only reason to back the Owls. Their record, 14-17, means they’re no better than South Florida on the court. The odds difference makes them a better play than USF. Neither East Carolina nor Tulane has any shot unless the tournament falls apart.


March Madness Odds & 2020 Tournament Betting News


2020 American Athletic Conference Championship Odds

The AAC Championship Tournament kicks off on Thursday, March 12. Houston offers low odds of +180 to take the championship on Sunday. But the Cougars don’t have as much to play for as Wichita State, Cincinnati, Connecticut, and Memphis. Houston is the lone American Athletic Conference squad that’s a lock for an NCAA Tournament bid. The Shockers, Bearcats, Huskies, and Read More
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2020 Big 12 Conference Championship Odds

The Big 12 Tournament started on Wednesday, March 11. Both Kansas State and Oklahoma State moved to the second round. Oklahoma State takes on Kansas while K-State battles Baylor. Do those dogs have any shot in the College Basketball Odds ? What about Kansas and Baylor? Are the Jayhawks and Bears destined for a Big 12 Conference Championship showdown? Check Read More
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2020 Big Ten Conference Championship Odds

The Big Ten Conference kicks off on Wednesday, March 11. The real playing starts on Thursday, March 12. Michigan State, Maryland, Ohio State, Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, and Penn State are locks to get NCAA Tournament bids. But, Rutgers, Purdue, and Indiana have work to do. Will one of those dogs upset the favorites at the Big Ten Conference Tournament? Or, Read More
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NCAAB Betting: Can Any Non-Power Conference Teams Win National Title?

No team from outside a current power conference has won a national championship in college basketball since UNLV in 1990, but that drought could end come April. Here are the only schools with a realistic shot and their NCAAB odds. We are not including Dayton as we looked at the Flyers’ chances on Thursday here at Mybookie College Basketball Odds. Read More
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NCAAB Betting: Which Pac-12 Teams Can Win National Title?

The Pac-12 calls itself the Conference of Champions, but it hasn’t had a national champion in college basketball since way back in 1997. Might that change this season? Doubtful, but here are the only schools with a shot at it along with College Basketball odds. NCAAB: Which Pac-12 Teams Can Win National Title? Oregon (+2200) The first NCAA Tournament was Read More
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NCAAB Betting: Which SEC Teams Can Win National Title?

The SEC is easily the most dominant conference in college football, but not so much in NCAA hoops outside of Kentucky. No SEC school other than the Cats has won a national title since 2007. Here are the only legitimate contenders to win it all this year with College Basketball odds. NCAAB: Which SEC Teams Can Win National Title? Kentucky Read More
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NCAAB Betting: Which ACC Teams Are NCAA Tournament Contenders?

The ACC is considered a bit down this season entering the NCAA Tournament with schools like North Carolina, Notre Dame and Syracuse having disappointing seasons, but don’t be surprised if an ACC team cuts down the nets on April 6 in Atlanta. Here are the three schools from the league that can win it along with Mybookie odds. Defending national Read More
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2020 March Madness Betting Predictions for Bubble Teams

On Sunday, March 15, the Selection Committee will set the field for the 2020 NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament. Teams like Duke, Michigan State, Kentucky, and Louisville are locked to get high-seeds. Other squads like the Arizona Wildcats will also get bids. But for many other teams, they remain on the dreaded bubble. Which bubble squads will float to the Read More
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NCAAB Betting: Key Numbers for the 2020 March Madness Tournament

Kansas is currently the Mybookie favorite to win the 2020 NCAA Tournament even though the Jayhawks have been largely underachievers in the Big Dance under Coach Bill Self – and this might be Self’s last season there with the school accused of major NCAA violations. We can’t guarantee you who is going to win this year’s tournament, but here are Read More
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2020 NCAA Conference Basketball News, 2020 College Basketball News



March Madness History

As we’re sure you know, March Madness is one of the largest and most exciting sporting events of the year. The entire March Madness tournament is single elimination bracket consisting of 68 teams. The 68 NCAA teams battle in seven rounds to be title titled National Champion.

The tournament gets really heated when the final four teams are left, appropriately named “The Final Four”. The Final Four is where the majority of March Madness wagers are made, with gamblers making the most money.

However, if you’re not betting on the regular bracket or games, you’re missing out on quite a bit of cash. Let’s break down the top teams of the tournament, and who to watch before the Final Four.


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