Vegas odds for NCAA championship

Here they are, courtesy of BodogLife.com and Jimmy Shapiro at Mohawk Gaming, the odds to win the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship — and lots more.

U of L fans will note right away, though the Cards are the No. 1 overall seed, they are not the favorite to win the title in Vegas. In fact, they’re No. 3.

Bodog sports book manager Richard Gardner said, “The opening week of March Madness is the most exciting time of the year for a sports book. The vast number of games and the short indow of time between each create significant handle. Simply put, bettors wait for one game to end and then take any winnings on that game and place it on the next game. From a wagering and spread perspective there are very few blowouts. While a 16 seed has never beaten a 1 seed (in the 64-team format), their record against the spread over the past four years has been 8-7-1.

Odds to win the national championship
North Carolina 5/2
Pittsburgh 9/2
Louisville 11/2
Connecticut 7/1
Memphis 7/1
Duke 10/1
Michigan State 14/1
Oklahoma 15/1
Gonzaga 20/1
Syracuse 20/1
Villanova 20/1
Kansas 25/1
Missouri 25/1
Wake Forest 25/1
Washington 30/1
Purdue 35/1
UCLA 40/1
West Virginia 40/1
Illinois 55/1
Arizona State 60/1
Xavier 60/1
BYU 75/1
Clemson 75/1
Florida State 75/1
Marquette 75/1
Utah 75/1
Texas 80/1
Boston College 100/1
California 100/1
LSU 125/1
Mississippi State 125/1
Ohio State 125/1
Oklahoma State 125/1
Tennessee 125/1
USC 125/1
Butler 150/1
Dayton 150/1
Maryland 150/1
Michigan 150/1
Siena 150/1
Texas A&M 150/1
Wisconsin 150/1
Arizona 160/1
Minnesota 200/1
Temple 200/1
Northern Iowa 250/1
Western Kentucky 250/1
Utah State 300/1
VCU 300/1
Akron 400/1
Portland State 500/1
Cleveland State 750/1
North Dakota State 750/1
American 1000/1
Cornell 1000/1
CSU Northridge 1000/1
East Tennessee State 1000/1
Stephen F Austin 1250/1
Alabama State 1500/1
Binghamton 1500/1
Morehead State 1500/1
Morgan State 1500/1
Radford 1500/1
Robert Morris 1500/1
Tenn. Chattanooga 1500/1

Odds to Win the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Region
Louisville 1/2
Michigan State 11/4
Kansas 11/2
Wake Forest 11/2
Utah 18/1
West Virginia 9/1
Ohio State 30/1
Boston College 24/1
Siena 6/1
USC 30/1
Dayton 36/1
Arizona 39/1
Cleveland State 185/1
Alabama State 350/1
Morehead State 350/1
North Dakota State 350/1
Robert Morris 350/1

Odds to Win the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball West Region
Connecticut Even
Memphis Even
Missouri 11/2
Washington 13/2
Purdue 8/1
Marquette 15/1
BYU 18/1
California 24/1
Mississippi State 30/1
Maryland 35/1
Texas A&M 35/1
Northern Iowa 60/1
Utah State 75/1
Cornell 250/1
CSU Northridge 250/1
Tennessee Chattanooga 350/1

Odds to Win the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball East Region
Pittsburgh 2/5
Duke 7/4
Villanova 4/1
UCLA 10/1
Xavier 14/1
Florida State 18/1
Texas 19/1
Oklahoma State 30/1
Tennessee 30/1
Wisconsin 35/1
Minnesota 50/1
VCU 75/1
Portland State 125/1
American 350/1
Binghamton 350/1
Eastern Tennessee State 350/1

Odds to Win the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball South Region
North Carolina 1/3
Oklahoma 3/1
Syracuse 4/1
Gonzaga 9/2
Illinois 13/1
Arizona State 14/1
Clemson 18/1
LSU 27/1
Butler 35/1
Michigan 35/1
Temple
45/1
Western Kentucky 60/1
Akron 100/1
Morgan State 350/1
Radford 350/1
Stephen F Austin 350/1

MISCELLANEOUS ODDS

Will a #1 ranked seed (Louisville, Pittsburgh, Connecticut, North Carolina) win the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Yes 1/3
No 2/1

Which #1 ranked seed will be the first to be eliminated from the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Connecticut 7/4
Louisville 9/4
Pittsburgh 9/4
North Carolina 11/4

Which round will Connecticut be eliminated in during the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Round of 64 70/1
Round of 32 35/1
Sweet 16 3/1
Elite 8 3/2
Final 4 3/1
Championship Game 6/1
Not Eliminated 7/1

Which round will Louisville be eliminated in during the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Round of 64 70/1
Round of 32 6/1
Sweet 16 7/2
Elite 8 2/1
Final 4 3/1
Championship Game 9/2
Not Eliminated 5/1

Which round will North Carolina be eliminated in during the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Round of 64 90/1
Round of 32 9/2
Sweet 16 5/2
Elite 8 4/1
Final 4 3/1
Championship Game 9/2
Not Eliminated 4/1

Which round will Pittsburgh be eliminated in during the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Round of 64 70/1
Round of 32 5/1
Sweet 16 4/1
Elite 8 3/2
Final 4 3/1
Championship Game 9/2
Not Eliminated 5/1

In what round will the first #1 ranked seed (Connecticut, Louisville, North Carolina, Pittsburgh) be eliminated from the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Round of 64 20/1
Round of 32 2/1
Sweet 16 7/4
Elite 8 7/4
Final 4 10/1

Will a #2 ranked seed (Duke, Memphis, Michigan St, Oklahoma) win the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Yes 2/1
No 1/3

Which # 2 ranked seed will go the farthest in the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Memphis 3/2
Duke 5/2
Michigan St 5/2
Oklahoma 5/2

Which #2 ranked seed will be the first to be eliminated from the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Michigan St 2/1
Oklahoma 2/1
Duke 2/1
Memphis 7/2

What will be the lowest ranked seed to advance to the Final Four of the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
#1 Ranked Seed 8/1
#2 Ranked Seed 4/1
#3 Ranked Seed 5/2
#4 Ranked Seed 4/1
#5 Ranked Seed 7/2
#6 Ranked Seed 5/1
#7 Ranked Seed 7/1
#8 Ranked Seed 12/1
Other 10/1

What will be the lowest ranked seed to advance past the round of 64 of the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
#8 Ranked Seed 200/1
#9 Ranked Seed 75/1
#10 Ranked Seed 20/1
#11 Ranked Seed 7/1
#12 Ranked Seed 4/5
#13 Ranked Seed 5/4
#14 Ranked Seed 11/4
#15 Ranked Seed 5/1
#16 Ranked Seed 40/1

How many #12 ranked seeds (Arizona, Northern Iowa, Western Kentucky, Wisconsin) will win a first round game during the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
0 Teams 4/1
1 Team 6/5
2 Teams 3/2
3 Teams 5/1
4 Teams 50/1

Which conference will have the best winning percentage in the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Big East Conference 1/2
Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) 3/1
Big Ten Conference 4/1
Big 12 Conference 5/1
Pacific 10 Conference (PAC10) 5/1
Atlantic 10 Conference (A10) 10/1
Southeastern Conference (SEC) 10/1

What Mid-Major Conference will produce the last team standing in the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Conference USA (C-USA) 1/2
West Coast Conference (WCC) 3/2
Atlantic 10 Conference (A10) 4/1
Mountain West Conference (MWC) 30/1
Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) 100/1
Western Athletic Conference (WAC) 100/1
Sun Belt Conference 150/1
Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) 200/1
Mid-American Conference (MAC) 400/1
Big South 600/1
Southern Conference 600/1

How many teams from Mid-Major Conferences will advance past the round of 64 during the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
1 Team 300/1
2 Teams 8/1
3 Teams 4/1
4 Teams 5/2
5 Teams 4/1
6 Teams 13/2
7 Teams 17/2
8 Teams 13/1
9 Teams 18/1
10 Teams 17/1
11 Teams 20/1
12 Teams 25/1
13 or more Teams 40/1
How many buzzer beating shots will occur during the Round of 64 in the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
0 Buzzer Beaters 4/5
1 Buzzer Beater 7/4
2 Buzzer Beaters 9/4
3 Buzzer Beaters 11/2
4 Buzzer Beaters 9/1
5 Buzzer Beaters 25/1
6 or more Buzzer Beaters 50/1

AWARD AND STAT ODDS

Odds to Win the 2009 March Madness Tournament MOP
Tyler Hansbrough (North Carolina) 8/1
Ty Lawson (North Carolina) 8/1
Levance Fields (Pittsburgh) 10/1
Earl Clark (Louisville) 12/1
Terrence Williams (Louisville) 12/1
Sam Young (Pittsburgh) 12/1
DeJuan Blair (Pittsburgh) 12/1
AJ Price (Connecticut) 12/1
Hasheem Thabeet (Connecticut) 12/1
Wayne Ellington (North Carolina) 12/1
Jeff Adrien (Connecticut) 15/1
Tyreke Evans (Memphis) 15/1
Blake Griffin (Oklahoma) 15/1
Samardo Samuels (Louisville) 20/1
Danny Green (North Carolina) 20/1
Kyle Singler (Duke) 20/1
Gerald Henderson (Duke) 20/1
Robert Dozier (Memphis) 20/1
Shawn Taggart (Memphis) 20/1
Jon Scheyer (Duke) 25/1
Kalin Lucas (Michigan St) 25/1
Raymar Morgan (Michigan St) 25/1
Antonio Anderson (Memphis) 25/1
Willie Warren (Oklahoma) 25/1
Sherron Collins (Kansas) 25/1
Dante Cunningham (Villanova) 30/1
Scottie Reynolds (Villanova) 30/1
Jonny Flynn (Syracuse) 30/1
Goran Suton (Michigan St) 35/1
Jeff Teague (Wake Forest) 35/1
Kemba Walker (Connecticut) 40/1
Cole Aldrich (Kansas) 40/1
DeMarre Carroll (Missouri) 40/1
Leo Lyons (Missouri) 40/1
Eric Devendorf (Syracuse) 40/1
Corey Fisher (Villanova) 50/1
James Johnson (Wake Forest) 50/1
Isaiah Thomas (Washington) 50/1
Justin Dentmon (Washington) 50/1
Jon Brockman (Washington) 60/1
Josh Heytvelt (Gonzaga) 60/1
Austin Daye (Gonzaga) 60/1
E’Twaun Moore (Purdue) 60/1
Toney Douglas (Florida St) 60/1
Darren Collison (UCLA) 60/1
James Harden (Arizona St) 60/1
Taylor Griffin (Oklahoma) 75/1
Tyshawn Taylor (Kansas) 75/1
Paul Harris (Syracuse) 75/1
Andy Rautins (Syracuse) 75/1
Al-Farouq Aminu (Wake Forest) 75/1
BJ Raymond (Xavier) 75/1
Derrick Brown (Xavier) 75/1
Matt Bouldin (Gonzaga) 75/1
Jeremy Pargo (Gonzaga) 75/1
Luke Nevill (Utah) 75/1
Lawrence Borha (Utah) 75/1
JaJuan Johnson (Purdue) 75/1
Robbie Hummel (Purdue) 75/1
Demetri McCamey (Illinois) 75/1
Josh Shipp (UCLA) 75/1
Jeff Pendergraph (Arizona St) 75/1
CJ Anderson (Xavier) 100/1
Mike Davis (Illinois) 100/1
Da’Sean Butler (West Virginia) 100/1
Jerel McNeal (Marquette) 100/1
Wesley Matthews (Marquette) 100/1
Lazar Hayward (Marquette) 100/1
Tyrese Rice (Boston College) 100/1
Lee Cummard (BYU) 100/1
James Anderson (Oklahoma St) 100/1
Byron Eaton (Oklahoma St) 100/1
Eric Maynor (VCU) 100/1
Field (Any Other Player) 20/1

Which player will have the most total points during the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Tyler Hansbrough (North Carolina) 5/1
Sam Young (Pittsburgh) 6/1
Wayne Ellington (North Carolina) 13/2
Blake Griffin (Oklahoma) 13/2
Earl Clark (Louisville) 7/1
DeJuan Blair (Pittsburgh) 7/1
Ty Lawson (North Carolina) 7/1
Tyreke Evans (Memphis) 8/1
AJ Price (Connecticut) 10/1
Hasheem Thabeet (Connecticut) 10/1
Kyle Singler (Duke) 11/1
Jeff Adrien (Connecticut) 12/1
Danny Green (North Carolina) 12/1
Gerald Henderson (Duke) 12/1
Terrence Williams (Louisville) 15/1
Samardo Samuels (Louisville) 15/1
Jon Scheyer (Duke) 17/1
Willie Warren (Oklahoma) 20/1
Jonny Flynn (Syracuse) 20/1
Kalin Lucas (Michigan St) 25/1
Dante Cunningham (Villanova) 25/1
Scottie Reynolds (Villanova) 25/1
Eric Devendorf (Syracuse) 25/1
Raymar Morgan (Michigan St) 30/1
Robert Dozier (Memphis) 30/1
Sherron Collins (Kansas) 30/1
DeMarre Carroll (Missouri) 30/1
Shawn Taggart (Memphis) 40/1
Cole Aldrich (Kansas) 40/1
Leo Lyons (Missouri) 40/1
Jeff Teague (Wake Forest) 40/1
Toney Douglas (Florida St) 40/1
Isaiah Thomas (Washington) 45/1
Levance Fields (Pittsburgh) 50/1
Paul Harris (Syracuse) 50/1
James Johnson (Wake Forest) 50/1
Justin Dentmon (Washington) 50/1
Da’Sean Butler (West Virginia) 50/1
Jerel McNeal (Marquette) 50/1
Wesley Matthews (Marquette) 50/1
James Harden (Arizona St) 50/1
Field (Any Other Player) 10/1

Which player will have the most total rebounds during the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Blake Griffin (Oklahoma) 4/1
DeJuan Blair (Pittsburgh) 11/2
Hasheem Thabeet (Connecticut) 11/2
Jeff Adrien (Connecticut) 8/1
Tyler Hansbrough (North Carolina) 10/1
Earl Clark (Louisville) 15/1
Terrence Williams (Louisville) 15/1
Shawn Taggart (Memphis) 20/1
Robert Dozier (Memphis) 20/1
Goran Suton (Michigan St) 25/1
Cole Aldrich (Kansas) 25/1
Jon Brockman (Washington) 25/1
Sam Young (Pittsburgh) 30/1
Kyle Singler (Duke) 30/1
Dante Cunningham (Villanova) 30/1
DeMarre Carroll (Missouri) 40/1
Gerald Henderson (Duke) 50/1
Raymar Morgan (Michigan St) 50/1
Tyreke Evans (Memphis) 50/1
Taylor Griffin (Oklahoma) 50/1
Leo Lyons (Missouri) 50/1
James Johnson (Wake Forest) 50/1
Al-Farouq Aminu (Wake Forest) 50/1
Luke Nevill (Utah) 50/1
Lazar Hayward (Marquette) 50/1
Field (Any Other Player) 10/1

Which player will have the most total assists during the March Madness 2009 Tournament?
Levance Fields (Pittsburgh) 6/1
Ty Lawson (North Carolina) 7/1
Terrence Williams (Lousiville) 10/1
Johnny Flynn (Syracuse) 10/1
AJ Price (Connecticut) 15/1
Antonio Anderson (Memphis) 20/1
Tyreke Evans (Memphis) 20/1
Austin Johnson (Oklahoma) 20/1
Earl Clark (Louisville) 25/1
Kemba Walker (Connecticut) 25/1
Kalin Lucas (Michigan St) 25/1
Willie Warren (Oklahoma) 30/1
Darren Collison (UCLA) 30/1
Jon Scheyer (Duke) 35/1
Sherron Collins (Kansas) 25/1
Jeremy Pargo (Gonzaga) 35/1
Kyle Singler (Duke) 40/1
Gerald Henderson (Duke) 40/1
Travis Walton (Michigan St) 40/1
Jeff Teague (Wake Forest) 40/1
Ishael Smith (Wake Forest) 40/1
Derek Glasser (Arizona St) 40/1
Tyshawn Taylor (Kansas) 50/1
JT Tiller (Missouri) 50/1
Zaire Taylor (Missouri) 50/1
Scottie Reynolds (Villanova) 50/1
Jerel McNeal (Marquette) 50/1
Field (Any Other Player) 10/1

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