Kentucky: 6 to 1
Baylor: 8 to 1
Louisville: 9 to 1
Indiana: 10 to 1
Ohio State: 10 to 1
North Carolina: 10 to 1
Syracuse: 11 to 1
Michigan: 12 to 1
Wisconsin: 14 to 1
NC St: 15 to 1
Duke: 15 to 1
San Diego St: 18 to 1
Kansas: 18 to 1
Michigan St: 20 to 1
Memphis: 20 to 1
Kansas St: 25 to 1
Florida St: 30 to 1
Maryland: 30 to 1
Creighton: 30 to 1
Texas: 30 to 1
Florida: 35 to 1
Notre Dame: 35 to 1
St. Mary's: 35 to 1
Marquette: 38 to 1
Gonzaga: 40 to 1
New Mexico: 40 to 1
Georgetown: 43 to 1
Clemson: 45 to 1
UCLA: 45 to 1
UNLV: 45 to 1
VCU: 45 to 1
2013 NCAA title odds (men's basketball)
The NBA draft will surely change these projections. Just ask Texas.
Anyone who wants to take those odds might want to see who stays in school, who declares, and how efficiently Kentucky replaces their "early" departures. My guess is that Davis, Kidd-Gilchrist, and Teague are "one and done," and Jones and Lamb are "two and through."
They've already won the NCAA Championship, and would be leaving a lot of money on the table to stay.
UK will lose Davis, Kidd-Gilchrist, Teague, Jones, Lamb, and Miller...so top 6 guys...UK could be even more young than this year.
but Shabazz Muhommad and Nerlons Noel could make those losses easier to stomach.
They will pony up the dollars to restock
They already got 2 5* recruits in Alex Poythress and Archie Goodwin with Willie Cauley coming up at 4*. If they land Nerlin Noel and Shabazz Muhammad, the class is loaded. Plus they have Wiltjer coming back as a 4* recruit from '11 class and is a sharpshooter in a mold of Ryan Anderson, Rashard Lewis, etc. The only thing they are missing is a PG.
They don't need a PG because they have Ryan Harrow, a transfer from NC State & 5-star from the 2010 class.
14 - MSU
Not too bad having 5 of top 14!
UM-ad, spartans? Cancel the season now, we won!
I think is Florida at 35-1. They seem to find their way to the elite 8 almost every year under Billy Donovan. I don't know who they are losing, and I'm not saying that anyone should bet the house payment on it, but for 35 to 1 odds, I'd put a ten spot down and see what happened. If gambling were legal, of course.
Michigan should be about 35-1 IMO
Probably best to wait until we hear from Burke before putting our $ down...
My opinion is that Burke is gone... If the decision is this hard for him to make, do you think he really wants to be here? He is viewing Michigan as a stepping stone....his only decision is when it is the best time to leave....
Don't all college students view college as a stepping stone?
Not to bring up bad memories but Ohio didn't start any seniors and were a solid team, I am surprised they aren't in the top 25 even with their coach leaving
I was very confused on when Thad Matta decided to leave and how Buford wasnt a senior, then I realized you were talking about OHIO
My bad, to clarify I am talking about THE Ohio University