Found March 26, 2013 on
Well my brackets took a beating and I only have two Final Four teams remaining. The good news is, my team, the Michigan Wolverines, are still alive. It has been 19 years since I have been able to see them play this late in the year. The excitement is pretty high. I can’t wait for the Kansas game on Friday. Go Blue.
As for betting on who is going to win the whole thing based on the 16 teams left, well, that is a crap shoot.
For those crazy enough to try, here are the updated betting odds for who will win it all.
Ohio State +750
Miami Florida +750
Michigan State +1200
Wichita State +3000
La Salle +6000
Florida Gulf Coast +6500
Odds are from BetUs.
Looking at that board, I like Arizona, Michigan and Miami. Of course, the top teams should win, but based on how Michigan and Arizona played...
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