Syracuse Given 12-1 Odds Of Winning NCAA Basketball Title

The college basketball season is gearing up, and Bodog.com has released the preseason odds for winning the 2012 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship. Syracuse University is given 12-1 odds of cutting down the nets next March. Only North Carolina (7-2), Kentucky (9-2), Ohio State (15-2) and Duke (10-1) have better odds. Connecticut and Louisville are also 12-1.

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St. John's is listed as 25-1 to be the national champion. The Red Storm open their 2011-2012 season Monday night against William & Mary.

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The Seton Hall Pirates have a 125-1 shot at the title, and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights are 200-1 underdogs to become national champions.

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