2022 A-10 Tournament Odds: Deep Field With No Clear Favorite

Written By Brett Gibbons on March 8, 2022 - Last Updated on March 10, 2022
A-10 Tournament Odds

The top of the Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament odds board is crowded. It’s a four-to-five-man race depending on the book. Up for grabs is a coveted spot in the NCAA Tournament. Don’t fret– we’ve got you covered. Below, we’ll lay out A-10 Tournament odds, bracket TV schedule, a top-down preview of the field.

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A-10 Tournament Odds

The following A-10 Tournament odds are reflective as of March 8. Here’s the Atlantic 10 men’s bracket for the tournament that will take place in Washington D.C. at Capital One Arena.

Dayton
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+300
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+270
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+280
Davidson
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+330
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+440
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+300
VCU
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+450
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+440
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+400
Saint Bonaventure
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+450
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+460
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+550
Saint Louis
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+650
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+700
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+650
Richmond
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+750
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+850
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+1000
George Mason
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+1800
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+1800
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+2500
Rhode Island
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+8000
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+9000
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+7500
Fordham
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+14000
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+20000
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+15000
Massachusetts
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+15000
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+9500
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+15000
La Salle
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+25000
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+50000
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+15000
Saint Josephs
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+30000
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+50000
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+15000
Duquesne
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+30000
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+500000
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+50000
George Washington
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+30000
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+20000
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+15000

Field Analysis

The A-10 is divided up into the haves and the have-nots. Dayton (22-9, 14-4) leads A-10 Tournament odds boards, but by a slim margin; their best available price can be found at DraftKings Sportsbook (+300). The Flyers are the second seed in the tournament and await the winner of George Washington (12-17, 8-9) and UMass (14-16, 7-11). Davidson (25-5, 15-3) secured the top seed in the tournament, but have prices as long as +440 at FanDuel Sportsbook.

VCU (21-8, 14-4)– no strangers to the NCAA Tournament– have a fairly uniform price across the three books (best price +440 at DraftKings). The Rams are seen as having a tougher path to the tournament final, potentially having to go through favorite Dayton before the championship game. Saint Bonaventure (20-8, 12-5) is the final team priced shorter than 5-1 at books, though their best price can be found at Caesars Sportsbook (+550).

In total, five teams (the aforementioned and Saint Louis) have won 20 games this season, and Richmond won 19. Those six teams have odds shorter than 10-1. The Atlantic 10 Conference is one of the deepest tournaments in the nation this season.

The threshold ends at George Mason (+2500). The remaining teams in the field are 90-1 or longer.

A-10 Tournament Schedule

  • First Round: Wednesday, March 9. (12) La Salle vs. (13) Saint Joseph’s, 1:00 p.m. ET; (11) Rhode Island vs. (14) Duquesne, 3:30 p.m. ET.
  • Second Round: Thursday, March 10.
  • Quarterfinals: Friday, March 11.
  • Semifinals: Saturday, March 12.
  • Tournament Final: Sunday, March 13, 1:00 p.m. ET.

How To Watch

The first round can be streamed on ESPN+ and the next two rounds will be televised on USA Network. The semifinals are set to be broadcast on CBS Sports Network with the championship game being televised on CBS.

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Brett is an avid sports traveler and former Division-I football recruiter for Bowling Green and Texas State. He’s a graduate of BGSU and works as an auditor for Google content curation products. He’s also contributed to Sports Illustrated and Fansided during his young writing career.

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