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NCAA Tournament Underdogs Sweet 16 for March Madness 2021 Odds

By David Hayes
NCAA Tournament underdogs remaining in 2021 March Madness.
NCAA Tournament underdogs remaining in 2021 March Madness. / Maddie Meyer/Getty Images
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With the entire first two rounds of the 2021 NCAA March Madness Tournament set, all 16 teams have punched their ticket to this year's Sweet 16 across the state of Indiana.

However, after a historic weekend of upsets, we still have plenty of underdogs and even some Cinderellas left in the mix looking ahead to this Saturday's action. Here's a full look at all of the underdogs left in this year's NCAA Tournament, ranked by odds to win March Madness 2021.

March Madness Underdogs Remaining

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Last Updated:Tuesday, March 23 @ 3 p.m. EST

1. No. 15 Oral Roberts

Odds to Win NCAA Tournament: (+10000)
Sweet 16 Matchup Odds: Oral Roberts (+11.5) | Arkansas (-11.5)

2. No. 12 Oregon State

Odds to Win NCAA Tournament: (+7000)
Sweet 16 Matchup Odds: Oregon State (+6.5) | Loyola Chicago (-6.5)

3. No. 11 Syracuse

Odds to Win NCAA Tournament: (+6000)
Sweet 16 Matchup Odds Syracuse (+6) | Houston (-6)

4. No. 5 Creighton

Odds to Win NCAA Tournament: (+5500)
Sweet 16 Matchup Odds: Creighton (+13.5) | Gonzaga (-13.5)

5. No. 11 UCLA

Odds to Win NCAA Tournament: (+5500)
Sweet 16 Matchup Odds: UCLA (+6) | Alabama (-6)

6. No. 7 Oregon

Odds to Win NCAA Tournament: (+4000)
Sweet 16 Matchup Odds: Oregon (+2.5) | USC (-2.5)

7. No. 5 Villanova

Odds to Win NCAA Tournament: (+3500)
Sweet 16 Matchup Odds: Villanova (+6.5) | Baylor (-6.5)

8. No. 4 Florida State

Odds to Win NCAA Tournament: (+2500)
Sweet 16 Matchup Odds: Florida State (+3) | Michigan (-3)



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