- South Carolina has -125 odds to repeat in 2023 as Women’s NCAA Tournament champions.
- Indiana has +800 odds to win the Women’s NCAA Tournament.
- South Carolina has three top-5 wins this season.
DALLAS – South Carolina has been dominant, winning 32 consecutive games dating back to last season when they won the Women’s NCAA Tournament.
But, Indiana has great odds at +800 to pull the upset.
WNCAA Tournament Winner 2023
- South Carolina -125
- Stanford +500
- Connecticut +550
- Indiana +800
- LSU +1300
South Carolina boasts a perfect 27-0 record and are the only undefeated team in women’s Division 1 basketball.
The Gamecocks have proven that they should be the favorite for the NCAA Tournament, with four victories over top 10 teams.
That includes wins over No. 3 Stanford, No. 4 Connecticut, and No. 5 LSU.
They have mostly dominated every game this season, but have been put to the test in two overtime games against No. 3 Stanford and unranked Ole Miss.
Ole Miss showed that the Gamecocks are beatable in their 57-64 heart breaking overtime loss by forcing uncharacteristic turnovers.
Why Indiana (+800) Can Beat the Juggernaut
Unlike teams with shorter odds to win the Women’s NCAA Tournament, such as Stanford and Connecticut, Indiana hasn’t lost to South Carolina yet.
Based on previous game outcomes, we know that South Carolina can beat those teams, but the same can’t be said for Indiana.
Indiana’s +800 odds on legal March Madness betting sites are long for a team that is 26-1.
The Hoosiers claimed a vote to be the number one team in the country over South Carolina in the most recent rankings update.
Indiana has the most wins against top 25 opponents with nine ranked wins this season.
They have won 14 straight games and have officially been crowned the Big 10 Champions, a conference that has three top 10 teams.
With most money going towards South Carolina to become repeat champions, the Hoosiers are getting long odds at +800.
The Hoosiers have great value on legal betting sites to pull the upset and win the Women’s NCAA Tournament.
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