Sweet 16 Predictions, Odds: 2011 NCAA Tournament Favorites And Prop Bets

The Big East hit the 2011 NCAA tournament with a record 11 teams in the bracket and Vegas odds that said a national champion would come from its conference. But the Big East has fallen down at the Big Dance and entering the Sweet 16, the conference is a 10/1 longshot to claim the national title, according to odds posted at shops tracked by OddsShark.com this week.

Pittsburgh bit the dust as the No. 1 seed and so did Notre Dame and Syracuse on the first weekend. Only UConn and Marquette – the 11th team from the conference to get in – remain and their odds are now on par with the Mountain West, which still has BYU and San Diego State in the running.

Which conference leads the odds? The Big Ten, with top overall seed Ohio State still alive, along with Wisconsin. The ACC and Big 12 are tied at 5/2 odds as the third betting choice. The ACC still has Duke, UNC and surprising Florida State, while the Big 12 has only one team left, but it’s No. 1 seed Kansas.

There are dozens of fun March Madness Sweet 16 prop odds, including what will be the lowest seed in the Final Four and how many No. 1 seeds will make the final round?

Which Conference will the 2011 NCAA Men's Basketball Champion come from?   

Big Ten            3/2
ACC                5/2
Big 12                5/2
SEC                15/2
Big East            10/1
Mountain West        10/1
Pac-10                60/1
Atlantic 10            80/1
Any Other Conference    30/1

What Seed will the 2011 NCAA Men's Basketball Champion be?
#1 Seed    1/3
#2 Seed    9/2
#3 Seed    8/1
#4 Seed    7/1
#5 Seed    60/1
#8 Seed    50/1
#10 Seed    30/1
#11 Seed    40/1
#12 Seed    80/1

What will be the lowest ranked seed to advance to the Final 4 of the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship?


#2 Seed    5/1
#3 Seed    5/1
#4 Seed    9/4
#5 Seed    20/1
#8 Seed    8/1
#10 Seed    7/2
#11 Seed    6/1
#12 Seed    10/1

How Many #1 seeds will make the Final 4 of the 2011 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship?
0    11/1
1    9/4
2    11/10
3    13/4

How Many #1 seeds will make the Final 4 of the 2011 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Tournament?   
Over    1½ (-190)
Under    1½ (+155)

Odds to win the 2011 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Tournament MOP

Marcus Morris (Kansas)        9/2
Jared Sullinger (Ohio State)        11/2
Kyle Singler (Duke)            13/2
Nolan Smith (Duke)            13/2
Jon Diebler (Ohio State)        15/2
Markieff Morris (Kansas)        8/1
Kyrie Irving (Duke)            12/1
Kemba Walker (Connecticut)        14/1
Tyshawn Taylor (Kansas)        18/1
Harrison Barnes (UNC)        20/1
Brandon Knight (Kentucky)        20/1
Kawhi Leonard (San Diego State)    20/1
Jimmer Fredette (BYU)        20/1
William Buford (Ohio State)        25/1
Tyler Zeller (UNC)            25/1
Erving Walker (Florida)        25/1
Terrence Jones (Kentucky)        25/1
Jon Leuer (Wisconsin)        25/1
Jordan Taylor (Wisconsin)        25/1
John Henson (UNC)            30/1
Kenny Boynton (Florida)        30/1
Chandler Parsons (Florida)        30/1
Malcolm Thomas (San Diego State)    30/1
Bernard James (Florida State)        40/1
Derwin Kitchen (Florida State)    50/1
Derrick Williams (Arizona)        60/1
Solomon Hill (Arizona)        60/1
Jimmy Butler (Marquette)        75/1
Justin Harper (Richmond)        100/1
Matt Howard (Butler)            100/1
Jae Crowder (Marquette)        100/1
Darius Johnson-Odom (Marquette)    100/1
Bradford Burgess (VCU)        100/1
Brandon Rozell (VCU)        100/1
Shelvin Mack (Butler)            125/1
Jamie Skeen (VCU)            150/1
Joey Rodriguez (VCU)        150/1
Kevin Anderson (Richmond)        150/1

More 2011 March Madness resources: Visit our NCAA Tournament hub for up-to-date news and information ... check out updates printable NCAA Tournament bracket.

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