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Shun Cinderella and bet on these basketball blue bloods to win March Madness


NCAA standouts as you start your march madness betting

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The NCAA tournament is best known for those crazy buzzer-beater finishes and Cinderella sleepers. But when the smoke settles on the Big Dance, it’s usually college hoops’ blue bloods making the trip to the Final Four.

The NCAA futures are padded to protect bookies from just that, with big-name basketball powers topping the odds board all season long and holding a short price despite any struggles that happen in conference play.

If you’re seriously looking for a legit NCAA contender, shun Cinderella and keep an eye on these NCAA standouts as you start your march madness betting:

Kansas Jayhawks (+1,800 to win NCAA tournament)
This is a great price on one of the best programs in college hoops. Kansas stumbled a bit to start Big 12 play, with a loss at home to Texas Tech and two road defeats at Oklahoma and Baylor. However, head coach Bill Self has his players peaking at the proper time. The Jayhawks offense is really firing on all cylinders and this team is packed with elite-level talent and experience, which is a lethal blend when it comes to the bracket. Early projections have Kansas earning one of the No. 1 seeds, and that means a softer path to the Final Four.

Michigan State Spartans (+350 to win NCAA tournament)
The Spartans are always a dangerous team come tourney time, with head coach Tom Izzo getting the most from his guys in the Big Dance – even when he doesn’t have the most talented roster. This year is very different from past seasons, with MSU boasting two potential NBA lottery picks in Miles Bridges and Jaren Jackson Jr. We have seen the Spartans take a tumble as a high seed early into the tournament – everyone remembers the loss to Middle Tennessee in 2016 – but this year’s MSU squad seems destine for a No. 1 seed and a clearer path to the national semifinals.

Duke Blue Devils (+450 to win NCAA tournament)
Love them or hate them, the Blue Devils are always a threat to win the NCAA. Duke will be battle tested coming out of the ACC, but has a more balanced team than Virginia or North Carolina – its closest competition in the conference. The Dukies have shown their depth as well, winning and covering in all three games without super frosh Marvin Bagley III on the floor, and have plenty of experience to help keep the team calm under the pressures of March Madness. Duke has also made major strides on defense as well – it’s one glaring weakness – tightening up on that end of the floor as March draws closer.

Villanova Wildcats (+400 to win NCAA tournament)
The Wildcats have been ranked among the Top 5 in the country for most of the season and for good reason: Villanova is the team to beat in a very competitive Big East, boasts the top scoring attack in the country (87.6 ppg), and has the front runner for the Naismith Award in Jalen Brunson. Head coach Jay Wright took this team to the championship in 2016 and has the Wildcats in contention for the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament.

Cincinnati Bearcats (+2,500 to win NCAA tournament)
OK, the Bearcats aren’t on the same level as the teams above them on this list. But, if there’s a team cut from a similar cloth as South Carolina – last year’s Cinderella – it’s Cincinnati. The Bearcats rank second in defense and have four players averaging double figures. Cincinnati did stumble with recent losses to Wichita State and Houston, but this is one of those teams nobody wants to meet in the Round of 32, Sweet 16 or Elite Eight. Bracket projections have them earning a No. 3 seed out of the American Athletic Conference.

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