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Villanova March Madness Odds: Can the Wildcats Win Yet Another Championship?

The Villanova Wildcats earned the No. 2 seed in the South Region. We analyze Villanova's odds from the first round to the national championship.
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Villanova March Madness Odds: Can the Wildcats Win Yet Another Championship?

The Villanova Wildcats are one of the hottest teams in the country entering the NCAA Tournament, having won ten of the final 11 games down the stretch. Of course, that is a “glass half full” approach, as pessimists will say Villanova won its three Big East Tournament games by a combined ten points and won four other games in that span by six or fewer points. Regardless of how one views the Wildcats, they know how to navigate March, with two national championships in the last five NCAA Tournaments. Below are Villanova’s various March Madness odds if you want to invest in some futures bets.

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First Round Game: Villanova March Madness Odds

Spread: Villanova -15.5 (-110) (Bet $110 to Win $100) Moneyline: (-1750) vs. No. 15 Delaware

Villanova is not immune to early March upsets, as Jay Wright’s squad ominously had trouble advancing past the Round of 32 after its 2009 Final Four run. However, No. 15 seeds are a combined 9-132 against No. 2 seeds and have an 11.1% winning percentage since the field expanded to 68 teams in 2011. Therefore, the Wildcats are not in jeopardy of losing this game outright, hence their steep -1750 moneyline odds for their opening game of March Madness. Those who think a crazy upset will happen here will cite that Delaware forward Dylan Painter is a former Villanova player. Thus, he can instruct his team and coaches on the complexity of Villanova’s playbook. Therefore, that would be an interesting angle for the Blue Hens to cover the +15.5 point spread.

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Final Four 

Villanova (+300) (Bet $100 to Win $300)

Villanova has the second-best March Madness odds to reach the Final Four from the South Region. However, the team to advance from the South will have earned it, as No. 1 Arizona and No. 3 Tennessee are legitimate national championship contenders. The Wildcats are likely happy to have earned a No. 2 seed but would have preferred to have been placed in the East, where their Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games would have been played in Philadelphia.

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National Championship

Villanova (+1400) (Bet $100 to Win $1400)

The Wildcats won March Madness with similar odds as a No. 2 seed in 2016. And when graduate students Collin Gillespie and Jermaine Samuels took advantage of an extra year of eligibility and returned this season, Villanova was instantly thought of as a team that could contend for a national championship. However, pessimists will point out that Villanova’s only strong non-conference win is against Tennessee, while they failed to beat other national title contenders like Purdue, UCLA, and Baylor.

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