Betting on Alabama to win the NCAAM National Championship

  • Alabama has one of the most complete resumes in college basketball so far yet has +2500 odds to win the National Championship at March Madness sportsbooks.
  • Industry experts suggest that Alabama is one of the sport’s best programs right now largely based on Brandon Miller’s performance and may make for an excellent bet to cut down the nets.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Following a second victory over a team ranked as the best in the country, Bovada has given Alabama +2500 odds to win the College Basketball National Championship.

With an impressive resume that includes wins over Houston (+700) and North Carolina (+2500), it may be time for people to wonder why Alabama has such long odds to March Madness at online sportsbooks.

Odds To Win March Madness

College basketball sportsbooks have many teams with shorter odds than the Nate Oats-led squad, despite the Crimson Tide's loss to UConn looking better and better based on their dominance.

Is Alabama A Good Bet To Win March Madness?

From a resume point, no teams can match Alabama's victories over Houston and North Carolina, yet they are still considered longshots to cut down the nets at March Madness sportsbooks.

That longshot status makes them one of the best bets in college basketball based on their rankings in various polls:

All those rankings are well respected and crafted by experts in the college basketball field, and they all seem to really like Alabama.

With that in mind, it makes the most sense to bet on Alabama at +2500 at online sportsbooks while the odds are still long.

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What Makes Alabama A Great Team

Alabama came into the season as the 20th-ranked team in the AP Poll, so it comes as no surprise that they are a good team, although they have exceeded expectations and become a great team.

Particularly, the play of star freshman Brandon Miller has catapulted the Tide into a whole new tier in college basketball.

Miller has averaged 17.9 points, 8.4 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game and showed the ability to come up clutch in their comeback win over Houston.

The Antioch, Tennessee product scored six points in the final minute all at the free throw line, and showed poise that is uncommon among freshmen.

Alabama may go as far as Brandon Miller takes them, which based on the start of the season may mean a championship and a large payout for players that get in on the +2500 odds.

Are you trailing bets on Brandon Miller and the Crimson Tide to cut down the nets in March?