Kentucky Atop 2015 NCAA Tournament Odds

With just six games remaining in their regular season schedule the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats remain heavy 11/10 favorites to claim the 2015 national championship in college basketball futures betting at online sportsbook Bodog.

The Wildcats have been dominant since opening the season as 7/2 betting favorites, running the table to date with 25 straight SU wins overall while recording a 12-0 SU record in SEC conference play and building what is likely an insurmountable three-game lead over the second-place Arkansas Razorbacks.

Although the Wildcats are the sole team in the nation still undefeated this season they have consistently disappointed loyal sports bettors in the last six weeks, going 4-8 ATS since the beginning of January and a worrisome 1-5 ATS in their last six.

Kentucky’s closest competition on the odds to win the NCAA Tournament at Bodog is the Wisconsin Badgers, who sport odds of 15/2 after opening their campaign at 9/1. The Badgers’ 11-1 conference record is tops in the Big Ten, but like the Wildcats, Wisconsin has been a risky bet, going 5-7-1 ATS in their last 13.

The Virginia Cavaliers and Duke Blue Devils follow, deadlocked at 9/1 on those March Madness odds at Bodog. Virginia has impressed since opening the season at 40/1, posting a 23-1 SU overall record and 11-1 conference record, tops in the ACC, but is just 2-6 ATS in their last eight against ACC rivals.

The Blue Devils kicked off their campaign with 12/1 odds, but are a mere 8-6-1 ATS at home this season.

The Gonzaga Bulldogs have quickly emerged as the best in the west, posting an overall record of 26-1 SU, 14-0 in West Coast Conference action. The Bulldogs’ strong play has earned them a solid No. 3 ranking in the AP Top 25, behind only Kentucky and Virginia, and 10/1 college basketball futures odds at Bodog after being pegged at 25/1 prior to the start of the regular season.

The Arizona Wildcats currently find themselves tied with the Utah Utes atop the Pac-12 standings with a conference record of 10-2, but sit alone in the college basketball betting futures at 14/1. The Wildcats are trailed by the surprising Notre Dame Fighting Irish, who have vaulted to 20/1 after opening their season as 100/1 longshots.

The Utes sit alongside the Big 12-leading Kansas Jayhawks and the Villanova Wildcats at 25/1, while the 2013 national champion Louisville Cardinals round out the top of the college basketball national championship betting odds, at 28/1.