Odds To Win March Madness 2022: Betting Board Reset For Sweet 16

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Jaden Ivey and Purdue are among the favorites to win the 2022 NCAA Tournament, per March Madness odds updated ahead of the Sweet 16 (AP Photo/Jeffrey Phelps)

The  NCAA Tournament’s first weekend delivered the drama and madness college basketball fans expect in March. The first two rounds claimed a one-seed and a pair of No. 2 seeds over the first four days of action. With several favorites sent home and the Sweet 16 set, bettors can consider a fresh set of odds to win March Madness in 2022.

Gonzaga continues to be the favorite to cut down the final net at Caesars Superdome on April 4. The Bulldogs fended off and outlasted Memphis’ respectable upset bid, and they’re +230 at BetMGM Sportsbook to win their first national championship.

We’re looking at the odds from three different sportsbooks ahead of next week’s Sweet 16 slate: DraftKings, FanDuel, and BetMGM. Bettors will want to pay attention to the specific gambling laws that govern their state when it comes to betting on college sports.

Odds To Win March Madness 2022

Gonzaga may be the clear favorite, with Kansas and Arizona hot on its heels, but value plays reside lower down the odds table, including ACC adversaries Duke and North Carolina. In Paolo Banchero and A.J. Griffin, the Blue Devils have a pair of highly touted NBA prospects. Does the added attention of Coach K’s final season help or hinder his team down the stretch? They’ll meet No. 3 seed Texas Tech on Thursday evening.

“Survive and advance” is the mantra by which the Tar Heels live. They barely held it together to fend off Baylor’s furious comeback bid on Saturday. The Heels’ are priced as underdogs ahead of Friday’s brand-name tilt with UCLA. However, Saturday’s near-collapse overshadows the high level at which they’ve performed over the past month.

Finally, don’t forget about Purdue, who is battle tested coming out of a rugged Big Ten. Additionally, they have a dynamic guard in Jaden Ivey and a dominant physical force in 7-foot-4 sophomore Zach Edey.

Texas Tech+1200Villanova+1200Duke+1100
Villanova+1400UCLA+1600Texas Tech+1600
Duke+1500Texas Tech+1800UCLA+1800
North Carolina+2200North Carolina+3000North Carolina+3000
Arkansas+6000Miami (FL)+8000Arkansas+5000
Providence+7000Michigan+8000Miami (FL)+5000
Miami (FL)+8000Providence+8000Providence+6600
Iowa State+10000Iowa State+10000Iowa State+8000
Saint Peter'sN/ASaint Peter'sN/ASaint Peter's+20000

Also read: Sweet 16 odds

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Craig Williams

Craig Williams

Craig Williams is a Charlotte-based writer for Gaming Today, who has worked professionally in the gaming, fantasy sports, and sports business industries. He’s an avid fantasy football player, managing over 100 leagues across multiple formats. When he’s not pouring over Vegas odds and statistics, he’s indulging in soccer and enjoys anything from LigaMX to Champions League.

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