Mountain West Conference Tournament Odds, TV Schedule, Bracket

Written By Stephen Andress on March 7, 2022
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Mountain West Conference Tournament odds feature a strong field this season, with the top-four seeds all already likely in the NCAA Tournament with at-large bids, but improved seeding with the automatic bid is there for the conference tournament champion.

Let’s find out how the prices break down for this event to see who is likely keep their longshot March Madness futures alive.

Mountain West Conference Tournament Odds

Click on the MWC odds below to place a bet, and continue the discussion in our Discord betting community, as we dissect the biggest games of the day.

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MWC Tournament Notes

Here is the MWC men’s bracket.

The top-five seeds automatically advance to the quarterfinals. The rest of the conference must survive first-round matchups. The MWC employs a firm bracket, with no re-seeding. Eli Hershkovich’s ranks four MWC teams inside his top-55 college basketball power rankings heading into the final week before Selection Sunday.

Boise State may be the top seed, but it’s San Diego State rated highest in the conference by KenPom. In conference games only, San Diego State also led the Mountain West in several key defensive metrics – defensive efficiency, eFG%, TO% and 2FG% defense. On offense, San Diego State also led in conference play in 3FG% (37.3%).

Colorado State led during conference play in several other offensive statistics – offensive efficiency, TO% and FT%.

With such a strong top four in terms of tournament resume and the top-five seeds getting byes, it’s no wonder the rest of the MWC teams are double-digit longshots in futures.

Hersh On Hoops: Eli Hershkovich’s Analysis

Eli pinpointed the Mountain West conference as one spot where a huge longshot might emerge, with top seeds potentially focusing on health for the NCAA Tournament. Here is his full breakdown and analysis among conference tournament futures.

Mountain West Conference Tournament Schedule

  • First round: Wednesday, March 9 at 11 a.m., 1:30 and 4 p.m. PT
  • Quarterfinals: Thursday, March 10 at noon, 2:30, 6 and 8:30 PT
  • Semifinals: Friday, March 11 at 6:30 and 9 p.m. PT
  • MWC Tournament Championship: Saturday, March 12 at 3 p.m. PT

How To Watch

The men’s first-round contests begin on Wednesday, March 9, and will be lived streamed on the Mountain West Network and the MW App. CBS Sports Network will televise the quarterfinal and semifinals on March 10, and March 11, while the men’s championship game will air on CBS on Saturday, March 12.

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Stephen Andress joined Catena Media as Managing Editor of in March 2021. He began his career as a sports anchor and reporter in Eugene, OR before moving to Louisville, KY. There he covered the Kentucky Derby, Sugar Bowl and three consecutive Final Fours. Stephen later won an Emmy award while working for the Indianapolis Colts. More recently, he produced content for the PGA TOUR and multiple fantasy football and sports betting websites. Nothing has excited him more in his career than seeing legalized sports betting in the United States and the opportunity to share his knowledge and enthusiasm for it. His hobbies include kicking his high school friends' butts in fantasy football, Japanese whisky and Kentucky bourbon, golf outrights and supporting RIP Medical Debt, a charity which works to wipe out medical bills for those who have been unable to cover the cost of getting sick.

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