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2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship odds updated. Kentucky is even, Villanova improves

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Bovada has updated their book for this season's Men's Basketball National Champion and not surprising, Kentucky is the even-money favorite.

Jay Wright's Villanova squad comes in at 16/1, an improvement since the 25/1 odds a month ago.

Elsewhere through the Big East, Butler is 75/1, Georgetown is 100/1, Xavier and Providence is at 200/11 and St. John's is at 300/1.

Odds to win the 2014-15 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship (March 4th)

Schools Odds
Kentucky Wildcats 1/1
Duke Blue Devils 17/2
Wisconsin Badgers 9/1
Arizona Wildcats 12/1
Virginia Cavaliers 12/1
Gonzaga Bulldogs 14/1
Villanova Wildcats 16/1
Kansas Jayhawks 20/1
Utah Utes 28/1
Iowa State Cyclones 33/1
North Carolina Tar Heels 33/1
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 33/1
Louisville Cardinals 40/1
Ohio State Buckeyes 50/1
Wichita State Shockers 50/1
Northern Iowa Panthers 50/1
Arkansas Razorbacks 66/1
Maryland Terrapins 66/1
Michigan State Spartans 66/1
Oklahoma Sooners 66/1
Baylor Bears 75/1
Butler Bulldogs 75/1
LSU Tigers 75/1
West Virginia Mountaineers 75/1
Georgetown Hoyas 100/1
Ole Miss Rebels 100/1
SMU Mustangs 100/1
San Diego State Aztecs 100/1
Oklahoma State Cowboys 150/1
Oregon Ducks 150/1
Texas Longhorns 150/1
Connecticut Huskies 150/1
Virginia Commonwealth Rams 150/1
Dayton Flyers 200/1
Georgia Bulldogs 200/1
Indiana Hoosiers 200/1
Iowa Hawkeyes 200/1
Miami (FL) Hurricanes 200/1
NState Wolfpack 200/1
Providence Friars 200/1
Purdue Boilermakers 200/1
Texas A&M Aggies 200/1
Xavier Musketeers 200/1
BYU Cougars 300/1
Cincinnati 300/1
Colorado State 300/1
Illinois 300/1
Pittsburgh 300/1
St. John's 300/1
Stanford 300/1
UCLA 300/1
Florida 500/1
Harvard 500/1
Michigan 500/1
Temple 500/1
Murray State 500/1
Memphis 1000/1
Minnesota 1000/1
Vanderbilt 1000/1