Updated June 9, 2021
The latest College Basketball odds and game lines for upcoming matches for win, spreads and total points betting (Over / Under) will appear here when they become available for the new season which starts in November.
The defending champions, the Baylor Bears, have lost a number of key players in the likes of Jared Butler, Davion Mitchell and MaCio Teague, so it’s not surprising that they are not strongly fancied by the leading US sportsbooks to retain their title.
Guard James Akinjo has been brought in from the Arizona Wildcats and Matthew Mayer, Adam Flagler and Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua should all make the step-up to the starting line-up. You can wager on the Bears to follow up at odds of +2000.
College Basketball Futures
You can view the latest College Basketball futures odds here for March Madness and other long term NCAAB betting markets such as the conference and award winners and odds for teams to reach the ‘Final Four’.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the March Madness scheduled start dates for 2022?
- Selection Sunday — 6 p.m. ET March 13
- First Four — March 15
- First round — March 17
- Second round — March 18
- Sweet 16 — March 24
- Elite Eight — March 26
- Final Four — April 2
- NCAA championship game — April 4
Which college basketball teams have won the most National championships?
- UCLA — 11
- Kentucky — 8
- North Carolina — 6
- Duke — 5
- Indiana — 5
- UConn — 4
- Kansas — 3
- Villanova — 3
- Cincinnati — 2
- Florida — 2
- Louisville — 2
- Michigan State — 2
- NC State — 2
- Oklahoma State — 2
- San Francisco — 2
What is MoneyLine betting in NCAAB?
The MoneyLine wager (also known as the Win market) is the most simple bet you can have on any single NCAAB game, as all you are doing is selecting the team you believe will win the game.
When it comes to the NCAAB betting odds on the MoneyLine, the favorite to win the game will be indicated with a negative number. For example, -200, next to the team name. That means you would have to stake $200 on that team in order to win $100 (+ the return of your initial stake).
In this example, the underdog in the game might have odds on the MoneyLine of +150. That indicates that you would need to stake $100 on that team in order to win $150 (+ the return of your initial stake).
It’s worth noting that betting on the MoneyLine will offer a poor return when betting on a strong favorite in a game.