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2016 NCAA Tournament Odds: Purdue Third Favorite in Midwest Region

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Bovada has pretty good odds on Purdue to advance to the Final Four.

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Bovada has released its odd on teams to win the 2016 National Championship as well as odds to reach the Final Four, and Purdue is clearly in "Dark Horse" territory. First, let's look at the title odds:

Odds to win the 2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship

Kansas                         5/1

Michigan State                          11/2

North Carolina                       7/1

Kentucky                       10/1

Virginia                       12/1

Oklahoma                       14/1

Oregon                         14/1

Villanova                      18/1

Duke                           25/1

West Virginia                       25/1

Xavier                         28/1

Indiana                        33/1

Maryland                       33/1

Miami (Florida)                      33/1

Purdue                         33/1

Texas A&M                               33/1

Arizona                        40/1

California                     40/1

Iowa State                          50/1

UCONN                          50/1

Utah                           50/1

Baylor                         66/1

Iowa                           66/1

Texas                          66/1

Wichita State                          66/1

Gonzaga                        100/1

Notre Dame                           100/1

Providence                     100/1

Seton Hall                           100/1

Vanderbilt                                100/1

Wisconsin                                 100/1

Cincinnati                     150/1

Dayton                         150/1

Syracuse                       150/1

Butler                         200/1

Colorado                                200/1

Michigan                       250/1

Oregon State                          250/1

Northern Iowa                           300/1

Pittsburgh                     300/1

St. Joe's                          300/1

USC                                300/1

VCU                            300/1

Chattanooga                    500/1

Hawaii                                500/1

Temple                         500/1

Texas Tech                           500/1

Tulsa                          500/1

Arkansas Little Rock                  1000/1

Austin Peay                           1000/1

Buffalo                                1000/1

CSU Bakersfield                    1000/1

Farleigh Dickinson                     1000/1

Florida Golf Coast                     1000/1

Fresno State                          1000/1

Green Bay                                1000/1

Hampton                        1000/1

Holy Cross                          1000/1

Iona                           1000/1

Middle Tennessee State             1000/1

Southern U                              1000/1

South Dakota State                   1000/1

Stephen F. Austin                      1000/1

Stony Brook                          1000/1

UNC Ashville                       1000/1

UNC Wilmington                     1000/1

Weber State                          1000/1

Yale                           1000/1

Now, here are the odds to advance out of the Midwest Region and to the Final Four:

Regional Odds

Odds to win the Midwest Region

Michigan State                          7/4

Virginia                       5/2

Purdue                         6/1

Iowa State                          15/2

Utah                           9/1

Gonzaga                        12/1

Butler                         20/1

Seton Hall                           20/1

Dayton                         25/1

Syracuse                       25/1

Texas Tech                           40/1

Arkansas Little Rock 100/1

Iona                           100/1
Fresno State                          250/1

Hampton                        250/1

Middle Tennessee State 250/1

I, for one, would love to see a Utah-Purdue regional final where Jakob Poeltl and A.J. Hammons battle for the Nation's Best Center Championship Belt.