They Won- Is Nobody Going To Mention This?

Anyway, here are the Vegas adjusted percentages to win it all.  Odds are taken from sportsbetting.com, bodog.com, and vip.com, then adjusted to factor in the house advantage (so the sum is 100%).  

Team Current Monday Change  
Florida 14.13% 14.64% -0.51%  
Ohio State 10.49% 9.8% 0.69%  
North Carolina 10.41% 9.25% 1.16%  
Kansas 10.02% 12.20% -2.18%  
Georgetown 9.29% 6.91% 2.38%  
UCLA 8.21% 6.10% 2.11%  
Texas A&M 5.38% 4.79% 0.59%  
Memphis 4.68% 2.59% 2.09%  
Texas 3.66% 3.33% 0.33%  
Wisconsin 3.64% 3.72% -0.08%  
Oregon 2.07% 1.70% 0.37%  
Maryland 2.04% 1.66% 0.38%  
Louisville 1.85% 1.15% 0.70%  
Pittsburgh 1.73% 1.73% 0.00%  
Washington State 1.31% 1.16% 0.15%  
Butler 1.24% 0.99% 0.25%  
Southern Illinois 0.96% 1.08% -0.12%  
Virginia Tech 0.86% 0.80% 0.06%  
USC 0.74% 0.74% 0.00%  
Tennessee 0.70% 0.67% 0.03%  
Nevada 0.70% 0.82% -0.12%  
Virginia 0.66% 0.76% -0.10%  
UNLV 0.64% 0.48% 0.16%  
Boston College 0.63% 0.45% 0.18%  
Vanderbilt 0.63% 0.51% 0.12%  
Michigan State 0.57% 0.59% -0.02%  
Xavier 0.57% 0.47% 0.10%  
Winthrop 0.56% None N/A  
Indiana 0.55% 0.74% -0.19%  
Kentucky 0.54% 0.59% -0.05%  
VCU 0.34% None N/A  
Purdue 0.29%   0.29% 0.00%  

 

Obviously it is unrealistic to decrease by 2% after winning by 40, but I guess the betting public didn't have too much faith in KU's original odds.  Louisville is a big mover here, as is Memphis.  The percentages of the top teams fluctuate a lot, since a change from 6:1 to 7:1 significantly alters your number.

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