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With 3 top-10 teams falling on Sunday as Duke, Wisconsin, and Arizona all suffered losses, it felt like March Madness in January.  With the tournament a few months away, we look ahead at the rest of the NCAA Men’s Basketball regular season and what is in store leading up to the tournament.

Even #1 overall ranked Kentucky struggled this weekend, going to overtime against unranked Texas A&M.  The Wildcats are overwhelming favorites to win the National Championship this season, but having played in 2 overtime games in the last week, even they are vulnerable.  Check how the top 10 NCAA Men’s Basketball teams shape up (odds courtesy of Sportbet):

National Champion 2014/15 – 01/13/2015 (EST)
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Kentucky -120

Wisconsin +900

Duke +900

Arizona +1200

Texas +1300

Gonzaga +1600

Louisville +1800

Virginia +2500

Kansas +3000

Villanova +4000

While no team comes close to Kentucky, all 3 teams that lost yesterday are still highly favored to win the whole thing in April in Indianapolis.  Texas has suffered a few bad losses lately, yet oddsmakers still like their chances of cutting down the nets.  What’s interesting to see is Virginia, one of the 2 remaining undefeated teams in Division 1, is only +2500 (on a $100 bet) to win the National Title.  What is it going to take for the Cavaliers to get some respect?

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