March Madness gambling focus will begin with top seed Syracuse but there are plenty of potential winners with the March Madness odds in this field. As champions of the Big East Conference in the regular season the Syracuse Orange will be a respected commodity. They may also be an expensive one that doesn’t bring enough March Madness gambling board value as a public team that draws a lot of attention and dollars their way.
Assuming Syracuse gets by their March Madness gambling first round opponent Vermont they would have a second round matchup against either Gonzaga or Florida State. Butler is a 5-seed as the champions of the Horizon League and was ranked near the top 10 nationally for most of the season.
The Bulldogs would have to be considered a leading sleeper on the March Madness gambling board and a team that may offer good value as they lack the big name status with the general public. Kansas State is an intriguing 2-seed in the West as about the only team they could not beat were the Kansas Jayhawks this year.
The Wildcats enter March Madness gambling action as a team that can go deep into the late rounds and a team that brings a lot of intensity every game that they play. Kansas State would be on a March Madness gambling collision course with Pittsburgh, who is the 3-seed in the West.
Brigham Young may be a 7-seed but they are yet another team with plenty of potential and the ability to beat anyone that they face. BYU has plenty of tournament experience and will not easily be rattled. They play Florida in the first round and would make for a dangerous live dog against Kansas State in round 2.
Vanderbilt is the 4-seed and faces Murray State in the opening round. They will face the winner of Butler and Texas El Paso in the second round which will be a dangerous matchup for them. A great potential second round matchup would be between Xavier and Pitt, with the winner making the Sweet Sixteen.