College Basketball Futures: UConn +1400 to 3-Peat, Hurley Staying

  • The UConn Huskies have +1400 odds to win a third-consecutive National Championship in 2025.
  • Dan Hurley, head coach of the Huskies, shook off Kentucky coaching rumors and expressed his desire to win a third championship at UConn.
  • College basketball futures released shortly after Monday night’s championship game and they favor the Duke Blue Devils at +1000 odds.

SAN ANTONIO – Just moments after the UConn Huskies claimed their second-consecutive National Championship on Monday night, college basketball futures odds for the 2025 season released. UConn has +1400 odds at USA online sportsbooks to become the second program ever to win three straight titles.

2025 National Championship Odds

  • Duke +1000
  • Kansas +1200
  • North Carolina +1300
  • Connecticut +1400
  • Alabama +1500
  • New Mexico +1500
  • Houston +1600
  • Arizona +1800
  • Baylor +2000
  • Kentucky +2000
  • Arkansas +2200
  • Auburn +2200
  • Iowa State +2200
  • Gonzaga +2500
  • Purdue +2800
  • Illinois +4000
  • Michigan State +4000
  • Tennessee +4000
  • Texas +4000
  • BYU +5000

Its plenty hard enough to win three-consecutive college basketball, but UConn will attempt to do so with a very different roster. Four of UConn’s top five players in points per game are projected first-round picks or exhausted their NCAA eligibility.

UConn, Duke Are The Best Bets For 2025 National Title

Luckily for Huskies fans, head coach Dan Hurley shut down the rumors that he would fulfill the shoes of the recently departed Jon Calipari at Kentucky. Hurley made it clear with his post-game comments that he wants a three-peat at UConn, and his wife doesn’t want to move away from Connecticut.

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The Duke Blue Devils have +1000 odds to win their first national title since 2015 thanks to young talent. Duke has the No.1 ranked recruiting class for 2024, headlined by five-star players like Cooper Flagg, Isaiah Evans, and Kon Knueppel.