The 2020-2021 NCAAB season has come down to one game, and oddsmakers have picked a clear favorite, Gonzaga. The March Madness Finals will consist of Gonzaga vs. Baylor, the two top-ranked teams for most of the season.
The 2021 March Madness tournament has already produced several surprises along the way, but many bracket bettors picked Gonzaga and Baylor to end up in the final game. Both Baylor and Gonzaga had impeccable season records going into the tournament, with Gonzaga remaining unbeaten.
The final four produced some of the most exciting basketball of the year, with Gonzaga fending off UCLA in the last seconds of overtime (93-90). The game also produced the only buzzer-beater of the tournament.
Baylor had an easier path to the Finals beating Houston 78-59 in the final four rounds. However, Baylor also had to defeat Villanova (5) and Arkansas (3) to earn a finals spot.
Betting on college basketball under the age of 21 is legal when bettors use the proper source. In many cases, the source is 18+ online sportsbooks that accept U.S. bettors. Online sportsbooks offer a plethora of odds for the tournament and the March Madness finals. Below are the Spread, Moneyline, and Total odds for the big game from Bovada’s Online Sportsbook.
March Madness Finals Odds:
Baylor (#1) +4.5 (-115) | +165 | O159.0 (-110)
Gonzaga (#1) -4.5 (-105) | -190 | U159.0 (-110)
Several sports betting states also allow bettors over the age of 18, but most state-regulated sports betting facilities only allow bettors over 21. To date, there are 21 states and Washington D.C. that allow sports betting through domestic services.
Online you will find odds, bonus options, and U.S.-friendly deposit methods, including cryptocurrencies to fund an account. Other services are included with user accounts such as casino gambling, horse race betting, and poker play.
Whether you decide to bet on the game or watch from home, we all hope to see one hell of a battle on the court. The March Madness Finals will air on CBS at 9:20 pm (EST.) on Monday, April 5th, 2021.