We’re less than two weeks away from March Madness, and now is the perfect time to lock in the best Futures Book prices at sportsbooks. Let’s look at possibly muscle-laden states of Florida and Indiana for this approach to the Big Dance and also offer up odds-value picks.
Spotlight On Mid-Majors Through Years Has Diminished Their Shine
March Madness tips off on March 14 and every Spring, talk of teams from the Mid-Major Conferences blooms with their perceived value in NCAA Basketball Bracket pools and at sportsbooks, where the NCAA Basketball odds these days won’t hold the kind of desired hidden value on those conferences schools like Gonzaga, Wichita State, and SMU. And now, even currently deemed Bubble-watchers VCU, Middle Tennessee State, UT-Arlington, Eastern Tennessee State and Illinois State get over-hyped and over-bet because both sharps and the general public are totally hip to these thought to be under-the-radar schools in the bettors modern day Digital Age quest for their own “Bracket Busters.” They're not under the radar anymore and outside of the Zags, few have real shots at winning the NCAA Basketball championship.
Schools like Wichita State and St. Marys seem like longshots to even get to the Sweet Sixteen this season and the way things usually break down, teams from the power conferences usually make it to the second weekend of the Big Dance, especially with past realignment putting former lower-profile teams like Butler and Creighton in a power conference like the Big East which may honestly hold the best overall Futures bet and value in defending champions, Villanova.
Some Solid Bracket Busters Worth Looking Into Dwell In States Of Florida, Indiana
The best teams to profit from and try to ride through the first three or four rounds of March Madness games recently seem to come from the ACC, Big East, Big 12 and Pac-12 conferences. And this year, it seems the states of Florida and Indiana each provide three worthy schools to back in your brackets and at the betting window in Futures bets in Florida, Florida State, and maybe Miami from the Sunshine State and aforementioned Butler, and Purdue and Notre Dame from the hoops-loving Hoosier State.
West Virginia, Oklahoma State and Iowa State from the Big 12 are three teams also worth consideration as well as the Big East’s Providence and offensively challenged but defensively brilliant Virginia, who we will analyze in our ACC breakdown here on Monday.