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Duke Is the Huge Favorite to Win March Madness This Year

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Duke Is the Huge Favorite to Win March Madness This Year

Duke Is the Huge Favorite to Win March Madness This Year

Duke Is the Huge Favorite to Win March Madness This Year According to ESPN, Vegas odds have the Blue Devils at 2/1.

The University of Kentucky in 2015 were the last team to be this favored.

After an undefeated season, the Wildcats were upset by Wisconsin in the Final Four.

Nearly 60% of them have Zion Williamson and Duke winning the title.

Second favored is Duke's longtime rivals, the University of North Carolina.

After Duke and UNC, Virginia and Gonzaga currently have the next best odds of winning.

Round 1 of the tournament starts this Thursday.

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