Early Odds To Win The 2021 NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament

Early March Madness Odds

The 2021 March Madness tournament would look a little different if the season was to end today; however, teams still have several games left on their schedule, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of early NCAAB betting lines and future odds

After the 2020 NCAAB March Madness tournament was canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions, many College Basketball fans have anticipated the start of the 2021 tournament. With so much interest in the event, bettors are looking to take advantage of early futures odds while there is still plenty of value on the line. 

NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Odds Via Bovada

  • Gonzaga (#1) +275
  • Baylor (#2) +300
  • Michigan (#3) +800
  • Villanova (#10) +1200
  • Illinois (#5) +1300
  • Alabama (#8) +1600
  • Texas (#12) +1600
  • Iowa +1600
  • Houston (#6) +1700
  • Ohio State (#4) +1400
  • Virginia (#7) +2200
  • Texas Tech (#15) +2500
  • Wisconsin (#21) +2800
  • Florida State (#16) +2500
  • Tennessee (#19) +2200
  • West Virginia (#13) +2500
  • Creighton (#14) +2800
  • Oklahoma (#9) +3000
  • Kansas (#23) +4500
  • Virginia Tech (#18) +6600
  • Rutgers (#25) +8000
  • North Carolina (#57) +6600
  • Oregon (#47) +5500
  • Duke (#66) +10000
  • +More

As the season plays out and the tournament begins, odds for which team will win the NCAA tournament are sure to move. As it stands now, a $100 bet on Gonzaga (+275) to win the tournament will net you $275 if they pull it off. 

Many NCAA Basketball fans will notice or have already taken note of Duke (8-8), and North Carolina (12-7) are both down the list. Duke will likely not even make the tournament for the first time since 1997 unless they can miraculously win the ACC tournament, and North Carolina would barely make the cut if the season were to end today. 

When it comes to betting on March Madness, most of the action will be placed after Selection Sunday solidifies the tournament schedule on Monday, March 14th. Selection Sunday will also be broadcast on CBS (6 pm EST) for anyone that wants to tune in. Once that information is verified, odds will drop down to just 68 teams. 

18+ online sportsbooks are available in 47 of 50 states (excluding New Jersey, Connecticut, and Washington), so there is no reason why you can’t bet on your favorite College Basketball team if you wish to do so. However, some online sportsbooks have deposit delays depending on which method of payment you choose to fund an account. 

Popular deposit options for online sportsbooks include Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, altcoins, Visa, Mastercard, and various other methods depending on the sportsbook.

As March Madness draws closer each day, don’t say we didn’t tell you to grab the odds why they are favorable to bettors.