College Basketball Odds 2011: Who Has The Best Shot At A National Championship?

College Basketball season is among us. We skip the middle and head right for the last chapter, who has the best chance of winning a National Championship?

The College Basketball season is here, folks, which means it's time to already start looking ahead to March Madness because that's what we like the most about it anyway. Bodog has already come out with the odds for the top teams, and some of the not-top teams, to win the 2012 National Championship.

Of all the Florida teams, the University of has the best shot at the 'Chip in 2012 with 21-1 odds. That's pretty good considering even the top team (North Carolina) only has 4.5-1 odds. Florida will have a very tough team this year led by a very talented back court. They have the same odds, coincidentally, as their SEC rival Vanderbilt.

Florida State has 66-1 odds while South Florida comes in with 201-1 odds. Not even just 200, which would be bad enough, 201. But the guys at Voodoo Five have it right, "you're saying there's a chance."

The top teams in the Nation in terms of odds to win the National Championship are the aforementioned North Carolina (4.5), Kentucky (5.5), Ohio State (8.5), Duke (11), and defending National Champion UConn (13).

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