Final Four Odds

Final Four odds

UConn, Alabama, NC State and Purdue have punched their tickets to the Final Four. Final Four odds for each game are available below. This year’s National Semi-final games will take place on Saturday, April 6.

Final Four odds

Final Four odds are available to bet on below. Here you are able to compare college basketball Final Four odds for both games on Saturday, April 6. Toggle between point spread, moneyline and totals options for UConn versus Alabama and NC State versus Purdue.

NC State (+9.5) vs. Purdue (-9.5)

Purdue opened as a -9.5 favorite against NC State. The opening total was 146.5.

Alabama (+11.5) vs. UConn (-11.5)

UConn opened as a -11.5 favorite over Alabama. The initial total was 160.5.

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NCAA National Title odds

Here are NCAA National Title odds for all of the teams in the mix. UConn is the favorite to win it all with +480 odds.

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
2023UConn, SDSU, Florida Atlantic, MiamiUConn