Those looking to put a few bucks on something this March other than an NCAA Tournament bracket have plenty of options with tournament prop bets.
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Think one conference will have a superior performance this March, a 15-seed will beat a 2-seed or even if this year's national sports villain will foul up in prime time? Sportsbettingdime.com came up with a bunch of odds for everything from the champion to whether a coach makes an anti-Donald Trump statement in a postgame press conference.
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Here are some of the more interesting options Sportsbettingdime.com promoted.
NCAA Championship odds
This is a staple bet for those who have a better view of the grand picture than the individual brush strokes of the tournament. Odds of 3/1 mean the bettor would win $3 for every $1 gambled. All odds are according to sportsbettingdime.com.
- Kansas: 7/1
- Villanova: 8/1
- North Carolina: 9/1
- Gonzaga: 11/1
- Kentucky: 12/1
- Oregon: 12/1
- UCLA: 12/1
- Arizona: 14/1
- Duke: 14/1
- Louisville: 14/1
- Any other team: 11/2
- Odds of all four No. 1 seeds reaching the Final Four: 35/1
- Odds both championship teams are No. 1 seeds: 5/2
- Odds of a No. 16 team beating a No. 1 seed: 25/1
- Odds of a No. 15 seed beating a No. 2 seed: 20/1
Odds the national champion comes from this conference
- ACC: 11/4
- Pac-12: 7/2
- Big 12: 19/4
- Big East: 6/1
- SEC: 19/2
- Big Ten: 22/1
- Any other conference: 19/2
Duke's Grayson Allen odds
- Odds Allen gets a technical foul in the tournament: 9/1
- Odds Allen kicks/trips an opponent in the tournament: 49/1
- Odds two coaches have a physical altercation during the tournament: 22/1
- Odds a famous alumnus gets into a physical altercation at the site of an NCAA Tournament game: 30/1
- Odds at least one coach makes an anti-Donald Trump statement during a postgame press conference: 15/1
- Odds at least one coach makes a pro-Donald Trump statement during a postgame press conference: 50/1