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March Madness Odds: Gonzaga, Baylor, Michigan Favored to Win Championship on Selection Sunday on FanDuel Sportsbook

Jason Schandl
2021 March Madness odds favor Gonzaga, Baylor and Michigan to win the tournament.
2021 March Madness odds favor Gonzaga, Baylor and Michigan to win the tournament. / Ethan Miller/Getty Images
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After a painful one-year hiatus, March Madness is back in 2021, and that will begin with Selection Sunday on March 14.

With the bracket now set, FanDuel Sportsbook's NCAA basketball odds paint four clear favorites to win the tournament — Gonzaga (+200), Baylor (+600) and Michigan (+600) and Illinois (+700). No other teams have better than +1600 odds to win March Madness in 2021.

Here's how the odds line up for this year's tournament.

2021 March Madness Tournament Odds

1. Gonzaga (+200)

2. Baylor (+600)

3. Michigan (+600)

4. Illinois (+700)

5. Iowa (+1600)

6. Houston (+1800)

7. Alabama (+2100)

8. Ohio State (+2400)

9. Florida State (+3000)

10. Oklahoma State (+3000)

11. Virginia (+3000)

12. West Virginia (+3000)

13. UConn (+3200)

14. Arkansas (+4200)

15. Creighton (+4200)

16. Kansas (+4200)

17. Purdue (+4200)

18. Texas (+4200)

19. Texas Tech (+4200)

20. Wisconsin (+4200)

21. Villanova (+4400)

22. Colorado (+4800)

23. Loyola Chicago (+4800)

24. San Diego State (+4800)

25. Tennessee (+4800)

26. USC (+4800)

27. North Carolina (+5500)

28. Oklahoma (+5500)

29. Oregon (+6500)

30. LSU (+7500)


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Jason Schandl is not a FanDuel employee. In addition to providing DFS gameplay advice, Jason Schandl also participates in DFS contests on FanDuel using his personal account, username Jaymun. While the strategies and player selections recommended in his articles are his personal views, he may deploy different strategies and player selections when entering contests with his personal account. The views expressed in his articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.

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