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Every year when the NCAA tournament bracket comes out, there’s a team, maybe a couple that stand out.
Last year, to a certain extent, it was Duke. Kansas, with those five future pros, was the bracket behemoth in 2008 and Florida was the no-brainer in 2007.
This year, there doesn’t seem to be that one team that’ll be at the top of everyone’s bracket. It’s probably closer to a dozen. Heck, there are five or six teams just in the Big East that could be considered legitimate title contenders.
Certainly, going with one of the top four seeds is a pretty safe route, but each one in this year’s field of 68 has enough flaws that it’s going to be difficult to feel certain about the final pick at the middle of the bracket.
To help out, here’s a rundown of the favorites, with opening odds to win the title from the folks at Glantz-Culver:
Odds to win championship: 3-1.
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