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Updated NCAA Tournament Odds And Ends: Florida The Favorite (7/2)

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2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship – Odds to Win  
Florida #1                     7/2
Michigan State #4          9/2
Louisville #4                  5/1
Arizona #1                     6/1
Virginia #1                     10/1
Michigan #2                  16/1
Wisconsin #2                16/1
Iowa State #3                18/1
UCLA #4                       18/1
Kentucky #8                  20/1
Baylor #6                      20/1
Tennessee #11              28/1
San Diego State #4       33/1
Connecticut #7              33/1
Stanford #10                 50/1
Dayton #11                   100/1

2014 South Region – Odds to Win        
Florida #1                     5/8
UCLA #4                       7/2
Stanford #10                 5/1
Dayton #11                   9/1

2014 West Region – Odds to Win         
Arizona #1                     1/1
Wisconsin #2                11/4
San Diego State #4       5/1
Baylor #6                      5/1

2014 East Region – Odds to Win    
Michigan State #4          3/2
Virginia #1                     2/1
Iowa State #3                4/1
Connecticut #7              9/2

2014 Midwest Region – Odds to Win    
Louisville #4                  11/10
Michigan #2                  7/2
Kentucky #8                  4/1
Tennessee #11              4/1

2014 NCAA Tournament MOP – Odds to Win    
Scottie Wilbekin (Florida)                       7/1
Russ Smith (Louisville)                          9/1
Gary Harris (MSU)                                 10/1
Adreian Payne (MSU)                            10/1
Nick Johnson (Arizona)                          12/1
Casey Prather (Florida)                          15/1
Patric Young (Florida)                            15/1
Luke Hancock (Louisville)                      18/1
Aaron Gordon (Arizona)                         20/1
Montrezl Harrell (Louisville)                     20/1
Nik Stauskas (Michigan)                        22/1
Malcolm Brogdon (Virginia)                    25/1
Joe Harris (Virginia)                               25/1
T.J. McConnell (Arizona)                        25/1
Jordan Adams (UCLA)                           25/1
Ben Brust (Wisconsin)                           33/1
Melvin Ejim (Iowa State)                         33/1
DeAndre Kane (Iowa State)                    33/1
Kyle Anderson (UCLA)                           33/1
Julius Randle (UK)                                 33/1
Traevon Jackson (Wisconsin)                 40/1
Frank Kaminsky (Wisconsin)                  40/1
Sam Dekker (Wisconsin)                        40/1
Glenn Robinson III (Michigan)                 40/1
Shabazz Napier (UCONN)                       40/1
Aaron Harrison (UK)                               40/1
Andrew Harrison (UK)                            40/1
James Young (UK)                                40/1
Jordan McRae (Tennessee)                    40/1
Xavier Thames (San Diego State)           50/1
Cory Jefferson (Baylor)                         50/1
Brady Heslip (Baylor)                             50/1
Isaiah Austin (Baylor)                             50/1
Jarnell Stokes (Tennessee)                    50/1
Chasson Randle (Stanford)                    66/1
Dwight Powell (Stanford)                       100/1
Dyshawn Pierre (Dayton)                       200/1
Jordan Sibert (Dayton)                          200/1

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