College Basketball Open Discussion

Yeah. He’s got some good guards to work with there certainly.

Good for him. It’s great when good things happen with great people. I wish him all the success in the world EXCEPT for when they play Michigan! Then, I hope his kids play well, but we play better!

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If you enjoy futures action… Florida looks awfully nice at 50/1.

Because it is June and we have nothing else to discuss… Any futures you guys like with value?

I like Louisville and Florida the best. I imagine that Florida value will change soon so jump on it fast!

Michigan +1800. Easy money

You using nitrogensports my guy?

Florida, Louisville, Baylor and…can’t believe im saying this, but…Maryland

I’d add Gonzaga as well as Louisville and Florida. Florida is now #1 on Torvik

How do I read those numbers? Am a novice with betting.

The number that matters is the number that’s enclosed by parentheses: the money line. For example, Michigan is +1800. For every $100 you bet on Michigan to win the championship, you profit $1,800. In other words, Michigan is 18-to-1 to win the national championship per these futures.

The variation to the money line is applied when a team is deemed to have better-than-even odds (i.e., the odds-on favorite). For example, if Team X were -130, what that means is for every $130 bet, you’d profit $100 if Team X wins.


Thank you!

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So, wow – that’s a lot of respect for Michigan. Sure does sound like Florida is a steal.

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I’d be selling 18-1 all day long.

Eight Big Ten teams but no Michigan or Illinois.

Some of those are real bad. Iowa a 6 seed without Bohannon?

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Looks like he changed his bracket. Has Michigan in now. :man_shrugging:


Must have some good news on Wagner…


Heh, Michigan went from not being included to “moving down” to a 10-seed. :joy: