Final Four Odds


The 2023 Men’s Final Four tips off in Houston (NRG Stadium) on Saturday, April 1. It represents the conclusion of the NCAA tournament, consisting of the four regional winners from the bracket. The college basketball National Championship Game takes place on Monday, April 3. Florida Atlantic, San Diego State, UConn and Miami are this year’s Final Four participants. Check out Final Four odds for the two Saturday games below, as well as National Title futures.

Final Four Odds

Compare college basketball Final Four odds below. Toggle between point spread, moneyline and totals options.

Florida Atlantic vs. San Diego State

Saturday, 6:09 p.m. ET, CBS

San Diego State opened as a slim -1.5 favorite over Florida Atlantic. The initial total was 131.5 points.

UConn vs. Miami

Saturday, 8:49 p.m. ET, CBS

UConn opened as a -5.5 favorite over Miami. The initial total for the game was 149.5 points.

NCAA National Title odds

Here are NCAA National Title odds for the four teams remaining. UConn is the favorite to win it all heading into Final Four weekend as the Huskies have -125 odds at most sportsbooks.

NCAA tournament bracket

Below is a look at the bracket for the 2023 NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

Final Four Odds History

Below is a list of the Final Four teams since 2000.

2000MSU, Florida, UNC, WisconsinMichigan State
2001Duke, Arizona, MSU, MarylandDuke
2002Maryland, Indiana, Kansas, OklahomaMaryland
2003Syracuse, Kansas, Texas, MarquetteSyracuse
2004UConn, Georgia Tech, Duke, Oklahoma StateUConn
2005UNC, Louisville, Illinois, MSUNorth Carolina
2006Florida, UCLA, LSU, George MasonFlorida
2007Florida, Ohio State, UCLA, GeorgetownFlorida
2008Kansas, Memphis, UCLA, UNCKansas
2009UNC, MSU, UConn, VillanovaNorth Carolina
2010Duke, Butler, MSU, West VirginiaDuke
2011UConn, Butler, Kentucky, VCUUConn
2012Kentucky, Kansas, Ohio State, LouisvilleKentucky
2013Louisville, Michigan, Syracuse, Wichita StateLouisville
2014UConn, Kentucky, Florida, WisconsinUConn
2015Duke, Wisconsin, MSU, KentuckyDuke
2016Villanova, UNC, Oklahoma, SyracuseVillanova
2017UNC, Gonzaga, Oregon, South CarolinaNorth Carolina
2018Villanova, Michigan, Kansas, Loyola-ChicagoVillanova
2019Virginia, Texas Tech, Michigan State, AuburnVirginia
2021Baylor, Gonzaga, UCLA, HoustonBaylor
2022Kansas, UNC, Duke, VillanovaKansas