- The Gonzaga Bulldogs have -500 odds to win the West Coast Conference and +350 odds to win March Madness.
- The Duke Blue Devils are favored to win the ACC with -150 odds and have +1200 odds to win the National Championship.
LAS VEGAS – March Madness is officially here and conference tournaments are set to begin. Some of the tournaments to keep an eye on are the ACC Tournament, West Coast Tournament, Atlantic 10, and Mountain West.
While betting on the single conference tournaments is entertaining and the opening stages of March Madness, it is a great way to gauge where legal online sportsbooks have teams in terms of their National Championship odds.
Odds To Win The Atlantic Coastal Conference
ACC Championship Odds
- Duke (#4) -150
- North Carolina +800
- Virginia Tech +1000
- Wake Forest +1000
The Duke Blue Devils are the heavy favorites to win the ACC and it is not hard to see why. Duke was crowned the regular-season champions after finishing the season 26-5 and 16-4 in the conference. They are also the only ranked team in the ACC and the fourth-ranked team in the country.
Backing their college basketball odds to win the ACC are their incredible odds to win the National Championship which are at +1200, the sixth shortest odds. With that Duke should never be counted out to win the ACC Tournament or the National Championship at that matter.
Odds To Win The West Coast Conference
Odds To Win The West Coast Conference
- Gonzaga (#1) -500
- Saint Mary’s CA +600
- Santa Clara +1200
- San Francisco +2000
Are there any questions as to why Gonzaga is favored to win the WCC? They have been a top-3 ranked team in the country all season long and have the best record in their conference at 13-1 and are 24-3 on the season overall. Just to put into perspective of how dominant the Zags really are, they have been a double-digit favorite on the spread in 10-straight games with 10 of those games being at 20+ point spreads or more.
While some could argue that they don’t have much competition in their conference, they have proven their dominance going 2-1 against AP top-5 ranked teams and 4-3 overall against ranked opponents. Their March Madness odds should never be in question as long as their dominance continues.
Atlantic 10 Conference Odds
Odds To Win The Atlantic 10 Conference
- Davidson +325
- Dayton +350
- Virginia Commonwealth +400
- St. Bonaventure +400
The Atlantic 10 conference has been closely kept as the top-5 teams in the conference are all only separated by three games. While Davidson is the favorite to win the conference, Dayton is close behind as the only two teams under +400 odds. Sitting right at +400 odds though making things even more interesting are both VCU and St. Bonaventure.
Davidson also has the shortest odds of all teams in the conference to win March Madness at a whopping +25000.
Odds To Win The Mountain West Conference
Mountain West Conference Odds
- Boise State +300
- San Diego State +300
- Colorado State +300
- Wyoming +650
The Mountain West is another conference where things have been closely kept all season long with the top three teams separated by just 1.5 games. The Boise State Broncos lead the way while Colorado State is one game back and SDSU right behind them.
Neither of the three teams have done a solid job against ranked opponents this year leaving all of their odds to win March Madness at +15000 or more.
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