NCAA Bracket Odds 2013 Midwest Region

duke coach k reviews the 2013 NCAA Bracket Odds for the Midwest Region. While the experts have the No. 1 seed Louisville Cardinals the favorite, their betting odds to win the Midwest Region are terrible and not worth the action in my opinion. While I think that they certainly have the talent to win the entire tournament, it would be better to bet the college basketball point spreads when Louisville plays.

If you like to bet something with value, look to take the No. 3 seed Michigan State Spartans at 11 to 2 odds. Coach Izzo seems to have a knack for getting his guys ready to play in the Big Dance and this year will be no exception to that fact.

Another team showing decent NCAA Bracket odds to win the Midwest Region is the No. 2 seed Duke Blue Devils at 15 to 4 odds. Coach K is another guy I do not mind backing during the tournament. Anything can happen and the odds on him are hard to pass up.

Obama has Louisville representing the Midwest Region in the Final Four with the Cardinals getting all the way to the National Championship Game against Indiana, but the President thinks the Hoosiers win the title.

I played the Bovada Bracket Buster 2013 contest and took Louisville to make it to the Final Four. I had them taking on Tom Izzo’s Michigan State Spartans squad in the Elite 8. Just like the President, I got the Cardinals taking on Indiana in the National Championship game with the Hoosiers getting the win.

Odds to win the 2013 NCAA Midwest Region from

Louisville #1 – 11/10
Duke #2 – 15/4
Michigan State #3 – 11/2
St. Louis #4 – 15/2
Oklahoma State #5 – 20/1
Creighton #7 – 20/1
Missouri #9 – 20/1
Memphis #6 – 5/1
Cincinnati #10 – 50/1
Saint Mary’s #11 – 50/1
Oregon #12 – 66/1
Colorado State #8 – 75/1
New Mexico State #13 – 75/1
Valparaiso #14 – 100/1
Albany #15 – 100/1
NC A&T #16 – 200/1
Liberty #16 – 200/1