Final Four Odds 2015


While this year’s NCAA tournament might have featured plenty of March Madness in the early stages the truly elite teams managed to find their solution to the Final Four Odds where the greatest underdog is really a No. 7 seed coached by Tom Izzo in the Michigan State Spartans. It’s no surprise to see Kentucky, Wisconsin and Duke all competing for a spot in the championship game but whilst the outright betting odds reflect this tournament continues to be the Wildcats to lose because they attempt to perform the perfect season. This is a quick go through the outright betting odds for the four remaining teams in the tournament.

Final Four OddsKentucky -150 -It really shouldn’t be a shock to anybody to see Kentucky whilst the lone remaining team not offered by plus money to bet to win the tournament because they are now four wins nearer to perfection at 38-0. Kentucky took care of Hampton, Cincinnati and West Virginia without breaking a sweat and after being pushed to the brink by Notre Dame in the Elite Eight they responded under great pressure and proved to the entire world they can handle the stress of the undefeated season coming down to the last minute of a game. Kentucky will be favored against whatever team they face the remaining way although Wisconsin should be their toughest test of the tournament until now and possibly the one team with enough firepower at the offensive end of a floor to take them down.

Duke +300 -The Blue Devils would be the more talented team in their Final Four game and they actually have an instructor that will hang with Izzo in Mike Krzyzewski. The double-digit win over Gonzaga in the Elite Eight was another statement win because of this young Duke team and while Jahlil Okafor and company are difficult to prevent when they’re playing at this kind of higher level it could be their insufficient experience that eventually costs them if they reach the national title game with three freshman in their starting five.

Wisconsin +400 -The Badgers still haven’t looked vulnerable at any point in the tournament thanks in big part to the superhuman effort shown so far by Sam Dekker. The junior forward is a nightmare matchup for opponents so far in the tournament and will be a total force for Kentucky to handle in tandem with stud center Frank Kaminsky. The Badges will have to be at their best to hold around with the Wildcats but when they can somehow see through Kentucky and end their undefeated run they’ll end up being the favorite to win it all.

Michigan State +800 -It’s somewhat telling a team coached by Izzo is recognized as the greatest underdog left standing in the tournament but after another close win over Louisville in overtime the jury is from whether this team is talented enough to win in the Final Four. Duke will easily be their toughest test currently and their long odds reflect that the Spartans Cinderella run could come to a finish from the Blue Devils.


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