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March Madness

It’s that time of year again: March Madness, baby. Well, some of us are as excited as Dick Vitale to get our basketball bets in play; others are just excited to see some elite college basketball action. 

This year the top college basketball teams look a little different from previous years, with Alabama taking the number one spot and Duke barely breaking the top 20. However, some familiar names are up near the top, with Kansas seeded 3rd and Gonzaga seeded 10th. 

How Do March Madness Brackets work?

March Madness brackets are how bettors and enthusiasts keep track of their bets and the competition. The perfect bracket is one thing that makes betting on college basketball so exciting. There has never been a perfect bracket submission recorded online, according to NCAA.com 

Philippine online sports betting sites allow account holders to place bets on individual competitions, futures, props, and more. Brackets keep track of the scores and who advances further in the competition. 

Who Is Favored To Win The 2023 College Basketball Championship?

According to BetOnline, the Houston Cougars have the best odds to win the championship going into the 2023 March Madness tournament. NCAA basketball odds change as the bracket winds down and it wouldn’t be a surprise if Alabama or UCLA ends up with the most favorable odds before the end of the tournament. However, if you plan on betting on future odds, now is the time to lock in a bet.

The following future odds are available at BetOnline:

2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship

  • Houston +500
  • Alabama +650
  • UCLA +1000
  • Texas +1000
  • Kansas +1200
  • Purdue +1200
  • Arizona +1400

How Many Teams Make The March Madness Bracket?

Sixty-eight teams have made the March Madness bracket. Each team is seeded from 1-68 (true seed). Each team is then divided into four regions seeded 1-16. The true seeds for the 2023 March Madness tournament are as follows:

1. Alabama (29-5)
2. Houston (31-3)
3. Kansas (27-7)
4. Purdue (29-5)
5. UCLA (29-5)
6. Texas (26-8)
7. Arizona (286)
8. Marquette (28-6)
9. Baylor (22-10)
10. Gonzaga (28 – 5)
11. Kansas St. (23-9)
12. Xavier (25-9)
13. UConn (25-8)
14. Tennessee (23 – 10)
15. Indiana (22-11)
16. Virginia (25 – 7)
17. San Diego St. (27 – 6)
18. Duke (26-8)
19. Saint Mary’s (CA) (26-7)
20. Miami (FL) (25-7)
21. Iowa St. (19 – 13)
22. Creighton (21 – 12)
23. Kentucky (21 – 11)
24. TCU (21-12)
25. Texas A&M (25 – 9)
26. Michigan St. (19 – 12)
27. Missouri (24-9)
28. Northwestern (21 – 11)
29. Memphis (26-8)
30. Arkansas (20 – 13)
31. Maryland (21-12)
32. lowa (1913)
33. Fla. Atlantic (31-3)
34. West Virginia (19 – 14)
35. Auburn (20-12)
36. Illinois (2012)
37. Boise St. (24 – 9)
38. Penn St. (22-13)
39. Southern California (22 – 10)
40. Utah St. (26-8)
41. NC State (23-10)
42. Providence (21 – 11)
43. Mississippi St. (21 – 12)
44. Pittsburgh (22-11)
45. Arizona St. (22 – 12)
46. Nevada (22-10)
47. Col. of Charleston (31-3)
48. Oral Roberts (30-4)
49. Drake (27-7)
50. VCU (27-7)
51. Kent St. (286)
52. lona (27-7)
53. Furman (27-7)
54. Louisiana (26- 7)
55. Kennesaw St. (26-8)
56 UC Santa Barbara (27 – 7)
57. Grand Canyon (2411)
58. Montana St. (25) – 9)
59. Vermont (23-10)
60. Colgate (26-8)
61. Princeton (21 – 8)
62. UNC Asheville (27-7)
63. Northern Ky. (22 – 12)
64. Howard (22 – 12)
65. A&M-Corpus Christi (23-10)
66. Texas Southern (14-20)
67. Southeast Mo. St. (1916)
68. FDU (19-15)

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