2014 Men’s NCAA Basketball National Championship Odds


KU’s depth also means there might be a player who redshirts the 2013-14 season. The Jayhawks who see the most minutes in the backcourt are Naadir Tharpe, Conner Frankamp, and Brannen Greene, while the frontcourt will largely be the domain of Black, Embiid, Perry Ellis, Jamari Traylor, Wayne Selden, and Wiggins (although Selden and Wiggins will likely play the 3, we are projecting them, for this rumor, as members of the frontcourt). 2014 Men’s NCAA Basketball National Championship Odds Listed Below.

Championship OddsDue to that potential eight-man rotation, we wonder if Jayhawks like Andrew White III or Frank Mason will take a redshirt with the hopes of furthering their development and using more playing time in 2014-15? Self has a proven track record with redshirts — Travis Releford and Brady Morningstar were integral members of their respective KU squads — and rather than burn a year of eligibility sitting on the bench, it might make sense for either Mason or White III to use next season to progress their game.

2014 Men’s NCAA Basketball National Championship Odds: Provided by Bovada.lv
Kentucky 15/4
Kansas 15/2
Louisville 9/1
Michigan State 12/1
Arizona 16/1
Duke 16/1
North Carolina 16/1
Ohio State 18/1
Florida 20/1
Michigan 25/1
Syracuse 25/1
Connecticut 33/1
Indiana 33/1
Oklahoma State 33/1
Colorado 40/1
Memphis 40/1
UCLA 40/1
Baylor 50/1
Creighton 50/1
Georgetown 50/1
Gonzaga 50/1
Iowa 50/1
Marquette 50/1
Missouri 50/1
NC State 50/1
New Mexico 50/1
Pittsburgh 50/1
St. Louis 50/1
VCU 50/1
Wisconsin 50/1
Butler 66/1
Illinois 66/1
Minnesota 66/1
St. John’s 66/1
Tennessee 66/1
UNLV 66/1
Villanova 66/1
Virginia 66/1
Florida State 75/1
Notre Dame 75/1
Wichita State 75/1
Alabama 100/1
Arizona State 100/1
BYU 100/1
California 100/1
Cincinnati 100/1
Iowa State 100/1
Kansas State 100/1
Miami (FL) 100/1
Ole Miss 100/1
Oregon 100/1
Purdue 100/1
San Diego State 100/1
Stanford 100/1
Texas 100/1
Vanderbilt 100/1
West Virginia 100/1
Arkansas 150/1
Boise State 150/1
Colorado State 150/1
Dayton 150/1
LSU 150/1
St. Mary’s 150/1
Temple 150/1
USC 150/1
Georgia 200/1
Georgia Tech 200/1
Harvard 200/1
Maryland 200/1
Oklahoma 200/1
Texas A&M 200/1
Washington 200/1
Washington State 200/1
Xavier 200/1
Clemson 250/1
Davidson 250/1
South Carolina 250/1
St. Joe’s 250/1
Virginia Tech 250/1
Wake Forest 250/1
Boston College 500/1
Mississippi State 500/1
Northwestern 500/1


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