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March Madness 2021 Odds, NCAA Tournament Betting

March Madness 2021 Odds, NCAA Tournament Betting

The experts at MyBookie have created the ultimate NCAA March Madness betting guide to help you make the best bets throughout the tournament. Throughout this betting guide, the pros will go in-depth on the best teams, players, and bets throughout the entire NCAA March Madness tournament.

You’ll want to bookmark this page, as the MyBookie team will be updating this guide throughout the entirety of March Madness.

Selection Sunday 2021 is March 14, the third Sunday of the month. Be sure to check out MyBookie Bracket Central and our featured Printable March Madness 2021 Bracket. Additionally, the dates and locations are set for the first and second rounds, as well as the First Four, of the 2021 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball tournament:

National Championship Updated : 2021 Printable March Madness Brackets

National Championship Update: Baylor Bears win the 2021 NCAA Basketball National Championship
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March Madness Bracket
First-Round
March 19-20
Second-Round
March 21-22
Sweet 16
March 25-26
Elite Eight
March 29-30
Final Four
April 3
First-Round
March 19-20
Second-Round
March 21-22
Sweet 16
March 27-28
Elite Eight
March 29-30
Final Four
April 3
NATIONAL
CHAMPIONSHIP
  1 | Gonzaga
16 | Norfolk State
  8 | Oklahoma
  9 | Missouri
  5 | Creighton
12 | Santa Barbara
  4 | Virginia
13 | Ohio
  6 | USC
11 | Drake
  3 | Kansas
14 | E. Washington
  7 | Oregon
10 | VCU
  2 | Iowa
15 | Grand Canyon
  1 | Michigan
16 | TX Southern
  8 | LSU
  9 | St. Bonaventure
  5 | Colorado
12 | Georgetown
  4 | Florida St.
13 | UNCG
  6 | BYU
11 | UCLA
  3 | Texas
14 | Abilene Christian
  7 | UConn
10 | Maryland
  2 | Alabama
15 | Iona
  1 | Gonzaga
  8 | Oklahoma
  5 | Creighton
13 | Ohio
  6 | USC
  3 | Kansas
  7 | Oregon
  2 | Iowa
  1 | Michigan
  8 | LSU
  5 | Colorado
  4 | Florida St.
11 | UCLA
14 | ACU
10 | Maryland
  2 | Alabama
  1 | Gonzaga
  5 | Creighton
  6 | USC
  7 | Oregon
  1 | Michigan
  4 | Florida St.
11 | UCLA
  2 | Alabama
  1 | Gonzaga
  6 | USC
  1 | Michigan
11 | UCLA

South Indianapolis

  1 | Gonzaga
11 | UCLA

WestIndianapolis

EastIndianapolis

Baylor | 1  
Houston | 2  

MidwestIndianapolis

Baylor | 1  
Arkansas | 3  
Oregon St. | 12
Houston | 2  
Baylor | 1  
Villanova | 5  
Arkansas | 3  
ORU | 15
Loyola Chi | 8  
Oregon St. | 12
Syracuse | 11
Houston | 2  
Baylor | 1  
Wisconsin | 9  
Villanova | 5  
North Texas | 13
Texas Tech | 6  
Arkansas | 3  
Florida | 7  
Oral Roberts | 15
Illinois | 1  
Loyola Chi | 8  
Oregon St. | 12
Oklahoma St. | 4  
Syracuse | 11
Mt Virginia | 3  
Rutgers | 10
Houston | 2  
Baylor | 1  
Hartford | 16
N. Carolina | 8  
Wisconsin | 9  
Villanova | 5  
Winthrop | 12
Purdue | 4  
North Texas | 13
Texas Tech | 6  
Utah St. | 11
Arkansas | 3  
Colgate | 14
Florida | 7  
Virginia Tech | 10
Ohio State | 2  
Oral Roberts | 15
Illinois | 1  
Drexel | 16
Loyola Chi | 8  
Georgia Tech | 9  
Tennessee | 5  
Oregon St. | 12
Oklahoma St. | 4  
Liberty | 13
San Diego St. | 6  
Syracuse | 11
Mt Virginia | 3  
Morehead St. | 14
Clemson | 7  
Rutgers | 10
Houston | 2  
Cleveland St. | 15
Baylor (1)
Gonzaga (1)
Baylor (1)
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** This is not the Official 2021 Printable March Madness bracket for the men’s basketball NCAA tournament Printable PDF. Our Unofficial 2021 Version is created with easy to update HTML/CSS and one click print technology. Our team will be updating the winners brackets live after each game goes final, check back after each game to print an updated 2021 march madness bracket.
** First 4 Teams marked in Red as Team / Team and will play on March 18th.*** Tournament Wining Teams marked in Red are deemed as Bracket Busters.
 
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The 2021 March Madness tournament will see 68 teams make up the field. After Selection Sunday on March 14, action continues through to the Final Four in Indianapolis on April 3 and 5.

The NCAA announced the relocation of the 13 preliminary sites for the 2021 NCAA Tournament in November 2020. The DI Men’s Basketball Committee is in preliminary talks with the State of Indiana and city of Indianapolis to potentially host the entire tournament. Indianapolis was already scheduled to host the men’s basketball Final Four in 2021.


Selection Sunday — 6 p.m. ET (First day of Daylight Savings, so its on 1 hour ealyer then you might expect.) March 14 on CBS
First Four — 4 p.m. start on Thursday, March 18


Current / Next March Madness Rounds
First round — 12 p.m. start on Friday, March 19, and Saturday, March 20
Second round — 12 p.m. start on Sunday, March 21, and Monday, March 22
Sweet 16 — 2 p.m. start on Saturday, March 27, and 1 p.m. start on Sunday, March 28
Elite Eight — 7 p.m. start on Monday, March 29, and 6 p.m. start on Tuesday, March 30
Final Four — 5 p.m. start on Saturday, April 3
NCAA championship game — 9 p.m. Monday, April 5

2021 Printable March Madness Brackets, PDF March Madness Brackets

Check Back Selection Sunday (Sunday Night on the 15th of March) to Print a March Madness Bracket with the first round teams filled out. Click here for Current Betting Odds for the National Champion or Live Lines on any NCAA College Basketball Game both before and during the March Madness Tournament. #MarchMadnessFinal Four: The Road Ends Here, Baylor (1) will face off with Gonzaga (1) for our 2021 National Championship Game. It’s the first time in 25 years that the overall 1 and 2 seed predicted preseason will play the Championship Game and if Gonzaga can pull off the win, it will be the first team in 45 years that a team goes perfect and wins it all, just remember it took OT and a half court buzzer beater to beat UCLA, so by no means its a given.
Elite Eight: Gonzaga and UCLA (#11 Bracket Buster) join Houston and Baylor to punch their tickets to the 2021 Final Four.
Sweet 16: Gonzaga, Michigan, UCLA and USC join Day 1 winners Oregon State, Arkansas, Baylor and Houston dancing on to the Elite 8 Round on Monday and Tuesday.
Second Round: The Road to the Final Four continues for Oregon, Gonzaga, UCLA, Creighton, Michigan, Florida St. , Alabama, USC, Loyola Chi (#6 Fairtail Run, second straight tournament), Baylor, Syracuse, Houston, Arkansas, Oral Roberts University / AKA ORU (#15 Our only true Bracket Buster in the second round), Villanova and Oregon St. dance into the 2021 Sweet 16. The Sweet 16 will tip off Mid-Day on Saturday 27th with the 2 East / Midwest Rregion semi-finals then Sunday the 28th will finish the round off with 4 more Rregional semi-finals from the other half of the bracket. Want more acction? play our 50K Sweet 16 March Madness Bracket.
First Round Winners Colorado, Florida St. , Kansas, LSU, Michigan, Creighton, Alabama, USC, Iowa, Maryland, Ohio (#13 Bracket Buster), Oklahoma, Gonzaga, Abilene Christian aka ACU (#14 Bracket Buster), Oregon also advances with their opponent failing covid-19 protocol.
Day 1 saw Florida, Arkansas, Illinois, Texas Tech, Oral Roberts (#15 Bracket Buster), Loyola Chi, Oregon St. , Baylor, Wisconsin, Oklahoma St. , Houston, North Texas (#13 Bracket Buster), Rutgers, Syracuse, Villanova and Mt Virginia keep on dancing through to 2nd Round of the bracket.
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As we’re sure you know, March Madness is one of the largest and most exciting sporting events of the year. The entire March Madness tournament is single elimination bracket consisting of 68 teams. The 68 NCAA teams battle in seven rounds to be title titled National Champion.

The tournament gets really heated when the final four teams are left, appropriately named “The Final Four”. The Final Four is where the majority of March Madness wagers are made, with gamblers making the most money.

However, if you’re not betting on the regular bracket or games, you’re missing out on quite a bit of cash. Let’s break down the top teams of the tournament, and who to watch before the Final Four.


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