NCAAB Lines, Odds, and Betting Trends

Bet TypeSpread
% Bet
603 BUFBuffalo5-4 57% +4 -108 +3.5 -104 +4 -108 +3.5 -110 +4 -108 +4 -115
604 KENTKent State6-3 43% -4 -112 -3.5 -118 -4 -112 -3.5 -110 -4 -112 -4 -105
003 HIGHHigh Point3-6 48% -1 -109 -1.5 -105 -1 -109 +1.5 -125 -1 -109 -1 -115
004 LONGLongwood3-13 52% +1 -112 +1.5 -115 +1 -112 -1.5 +105 +1 -112 +1 -105
605 PURPurdue10-5 19% +5 -109 +5.5 -120 +5 -109 +5.5 -110 +5 -109 +5 -110
606 OSUOhio State11-3 81% -5 -112 -5.5 -102 -5 -112 -5.5 -110 -5 -112 -5 -110
607 KSUKansas State5-9 19% +14 -109 +14.5 -118 +14 -109 +14.5 -120 +14 -109 +14 -110
608 OUOklahoma7-4 81% -14 -110 -14.5 -104 -14 -110 -14.5 even -14 -110 -14 -110
609 BALLBall State6-5 36% -3.5 -112 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -112 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -112 -3.5 -110
610 MIAOMiami (OH)4-4 64% +3.5 -108 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -108 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -108 +3.5 -110
611 MARYMaryland8-6 59% +10.5 -110 +10.5 -108 +10.5 -110 +10.5 -110 +10.5 -110 +10.5 -110
612 MICHMichigan11-1 41% -10.5 -110 -10.5 -112 -10.5 -110 -10.5 -110 -10.5 -110 -10.5 -110
613 BUTLButler4-7 38% -0.5 -110 +1.5 -124 -0.5 -110 +1.5 -125 -0.5 -110 +1 -110
614 DEPADePaul2-4 62% +0.5 -110 -1.5 +102 +0.5 -110 -1.5 +105 +0.5 -110 -1 -110
615 MIAMiami (FL)6-6 36% +4.5 -108 +4.5 -110 +4.5 -108 +4.5 -105 +4.5 -108 +4 -110
616 SYRASyracuse7-4 64% -4.5 -112 -4.5 -110 -4.5 -112 -4.5 -115 -4.5 -112 -4 -110
617 AKROAkron5-3 7% +5.5 -109 +5.5 -110 +5.5 -109 +5.5 -115 +5.5 -109 +4.5 -105
618 BOWLBowling Green10-3 93% -5.5 -110 -5.5 -110 -5.5 -110 -5.5 -105 -5.5 -110 -4.5 -115
619 TENNTennessee10-1 72% -7 -110 -7.5 -105 -7 -110 -7.5 -110 -7 -110 -7 -115
620 UFLFlorida6-4 28% +7 -110 +7.5 -115 +7 -110 +7.5 -110 +7 -110 +7 -105
621 SCSouth Carolina3-3 52% +5.5 -109 +5.5 -110 +5.5 -109 +5.5 -110 +5.5 -109 +5.5 -110
622 MIZZMissouri8-2 48% -5.5 -110 -5.5 -110 -5.5 -110 -5.5 -110 -5.5 -110 -5.5 -110
623 CMICCentral Michigan6-7 74% +14 -109 +14.5 -108 +14 -109 +15.5 -115 +15 -109 +15 -115
624 TOLEToledo11-4 26% -14 -110 -14.5 -112 -14 -110 -15.5 -105 -15 -110 -15 -105
627 USCUSC11-2 87% -10.5 -110 -10.5 -106 -10.5 -110 -10.5 -110 -10.5 -110 -10 -110
628 ORSTOregon State6-5 13% +10.5 -110 +10.5 -114 +10.5 -110 +10.5 -110 +10.5 -110 +10 -110
631 SEMSSoutheast Missouri State3-8 78% +4 -108 +3.5 -106 +4 -108 +3.5 -110 +4 -108 +3.5 -110
632 TNSTTennessee State2-8 22% -4 -112 -3.5 -114 -4 -112 -3.5 -110 -4 -112 -3.5 -110
005 WINTWinthrop13-0 80% -16.5 -110 -16.5 -104 -16.5 -110 -15.5 -120 -16.5 -110 -16.5 -110
006 PRESPresbyterian3-5 20% +16.5 -109 +16.5 -118 +16.5 -109 +15.5 even +16.5 -109 +16.5 -110
007 NCASUNC Asheville7-6 60% +1 -112 +1.5 -124 +1 -112 +1.5 -115 +1 -112 +1 -115
008 GARDGardner-Webb3-8 40% -1 -109 -1.5 +102 -1 -109 -1.5 -105 -1 -109 -1 -105
009 USCUUSC Upstate3-11 94% +1 -112 +1.5 -124 +1 -112 -1.5 even +1 -112 -1 -105
010 CHSOCharleston Southern1-11 6% -1 -109 -1.5 +102 -1 -109 +1.5 -120 -1 -109 +1 -115
011 RADFRadford8-6 97% -2 -112 -2.5 -106 -2 -112 -1.5 -105 -2 -112 -2 -115
012 CAMPCampbell8-7 3% +2 -109 +2.5 -114 +2 -109 +1.5 -115 +2 -109 +2 -105
633 PSUPenn State3-5 10% +10 -110 +9.5 -106 +10 -110 +10.5 -115 +10 -110 +10 -115
634 ILLIllinois9-5 90% -10 -110 -9.5 -114 -10 -110 -10.5 -105 -10 -110 -10 -105
635 COLSColorado State10-2 59% +8 -110 +7.5 -110 +8 -110 +8.5 -120 +8 -110 +7.5 -110
636 USUUtah State11-3 41% -8 -110 -7.5 -110 -8 -110 -8.5 even -8 -110 -7.5 -110
637 SETOSeton Hall9-5 82% +9 -110 +9.5 -120
638 VILLVillanova8-1 18% -9 -110 -9.5 even
639 DUKEDuke5-3 40% -4 -112 -4.5 -106 -4 -112 -4.5 -105 -4 -112 -5 -105
640 PITTPittsburgh7-2 60% +4 -108 +4.5 -114 +4 -108 +4.5 -115 +4 -108 +5 -115
641 ALAAlabama11-3 50% -1 -109 +1.5 -124 -1 -109 -1.5 -105 -1 -109 -1 even
642 LSULSU10-2 50% +1 -112 -1.5 +102 +1 -112 +1.5 -115 +1 -112 +1 -120
643 OLEMOle Miss6-6 70% +2.5 -109 +2.5 -115 +2.5 -109 +1.5 even +2.5 -109 +2.5 -115
644 MSSTMississippi State9-5 30% -2.5 -112 -2.5 -105 -2.5 -112 -1.5 -120 -2.5 -112 -2.5 -105
645 SDSan Diego1-5 90% +9.5 -110 +9.5 -110 +9.5 -110 +9.5 -110 +9.5 -110 +9.5 -110
646 LOYMLoyola Marymount6-4 10% -9.5 -110 -9.5 -110 -9.5 -110 -9.5 -110 -9.5 -110 -9.5 -110
603 BUFBuffalo5-4 82% o163.5 -109 o163.5 -110 o163.5 -109 o163.5 -110 o163.5 -109 o163.5 -110
604 KENTKent State6-3 18% u163.5 -110 u163.5 -110 u163.5 -110 u163.5 -110 u163.5 -110 u163.5 -110
003 HIGHHigh Point3-6 90% o132.5 -108 o132.5 -106 o132.5 -108 o132.5 -110 o132.5 -108 o132.5 -110
004 LONGLongwood3-13 10% u132.5 -112 u132.5 -114 u132.5 -112 u132.5 -110 u132.5 -112 u132.5 -110
605 PURPurdue10-5 43% o136.5 -113 o136.5 -110 o137 -107 o136.5 -110 o137 -107 o136.5 -110
606 OSUOhio State11-3 57% u136.5 -107 u136.5 -110 u137 -113 u136.5 -110 u137 -113 u136.5 -110
607 KSUKansas State5-9 82% o136 -108 o135.5 -115 o136 -108 o135.5 -110 o136 -108 o136 -110
608 OUOklahoma7-4 18% u136 -112 u135.5 -105 u136 -112 u135.5 -110 u136 -112 u136 -110
609 BALLBall State6-5 76% o137 -108 o137.5 -110 o137 -108 o135.5 -110 o137 -108 o137.5 -105
610 MIAOMiami (OH)4-4 24% u137 -112 u137.5 -110 u137 -112 u135.5 -110 u137 -112 u137.5 -115
611 MARYMaryland8-6 100% o140.5 -108 o140.5 -110 o140.5 -108 o140.5 -110 o140.5 -108 o141 -110
612 MICHMichigan11-1 u140.5 -112 u140.5 -110 u140.5 -112 u140.5 -110 u140.5 -112 u141 -110
613 BUTLButler4-7 77% o134 -108 o134.5 -106 o134 -108 o134.5 -115 o134 -108 o134.5 -110
614 DEPADePaul2-4 23% u134 -112 u134.5 -114 u134 -112 u134.5 -105 u134 -112 u134.5 -110
615 MIAMiami (FL)6-6 56% o140.5 -108 o140.5 -110 o140.5 -108 o141.5 -110 o140.5 -108 o140.5 -115
616 SYRASyracuse7-4 44% u140.5 -113 u140.5 -110 u140.5 -113 u141.5 -110 u140.5 -113 u140.5 -105
617 AKROAkron5-3 100% o153.5 -108 o153.5 -106 o153.5 -108 o151.5 -110 o153.5 -108 o153 -110
618 BOWLBowling Green10-3 u153.5 -112 u153.5 -114 u153.5 -112 u151.5 -110 u153.5 -112 u153 -110
619 TENNTennessee10-1 36% o136 -112 o136.5 -106 o136 -112 o135.5 -110 o136 -112 o136 -110
620 UFLFlorida6-4 64% u136 -108 u136.5 -114 u136 -108 u135.5 -110 u136 -108 u136 -110
621 SCSouth Carolina3-3 89% o146 -113 o146.5 -106 o146.5 -107 o146.5 -110 o146.5 -107 o146.5 -110
622 MIZZMissouri8-2 11% u146 -107 u146.5 -114 u146.5 -113 u146.5 -110 u146.5 -113 u146.5 -110
623 CMICCentral Michigan6-7 100% o157 -109 o157.5 -110 o157 -109 o158.5 -110 o157 -110 o157.5 -110
624 TOLEToledo11-4 u157 -110 u157.5 -110 u157 -110 u158.5 -110 u157 -110 u157.5 -110
627 USCUSC11-2 97% o137.5 -108 o137.5 -110 o137.5 -108 o138.5 -110 o137.5 -108 o137.5 -110
628 ORSTOregon State6-5 3% u137.5 -113 u137.5 -110 u137.5 -113 u138.5 -110 u137.5 -113 u137.5 -110
631 SEMSSoutheast Missouri State3-8 4% o135 -109 o134.5 -114 o135 -109 o135.5 -110 o135 -109 o135 -110
632 TNSTTennessee State2-8 96% u135 -110 u134.5 -106 u135 -110 u135.5 -110 u135 -110 u135 -110
005 WINTWinthrop13-0 85% o148.5 -110 o147.5 -114 o148.5 -110 o148.5 -110 o148.5 -110 o148.5 -110
006 PRESPresbyterian3-5 15% u148.5 -109 u147.5 -106 u148.5 -109 u148.5 -110 u148.5 -109 u148.5 -110
007 NCASUNC Asheville7-6 100% o149 -109 o149.5 -106 o149 -109 o148.5 -110 o149 -109 o149 -110
008 GARDGardner-Webb3-8 u149 -110 u149.5 -114 u149 -110 u148.5 -110 u149 -110 u149 -110
009 USCUUSC Upstate3-11 84% o140.5 -109 o139.5 -112 o140.5 -109 o137.5 -110 o140.5 -109 o139 -110
010 CHSOCharleston Southern1-11 16% u140.5 -112 u139.5 -108 u140.5 -112 u137.5 -110 u140.5 -112 u139 -110
011 RADFRadford8-6 98% o129.5 -108 o129.5 -105 o129.5 -108 o128.5 -115 o129.5 -108 o129 -115
012 CAMPCampbell8-7 2% u129.5 -113 u129.5 -115 u129.5 -113 u128.5 -105 u129.5 -113 u129 -105
633 PSUPenn State3-5 83% o153.5 -108 o154.5 -106 o153.5 -108 o152.5 -110 o153.5 -108 o153.5 -110
634 ILLIllinois9-5 17% u153.5 -113 u154.5 -114 u153.5 -113 u152.5 -110 u153.5 -113 u153.5 -110
635 COLSColorado State10-2 40% o140 -113 o140.5 -112 o140 -113 o140.5 -110 o140 -113 o141 -110
636 USUUtah State11-3 60% u140 -108 u140.5 -108 u140 -108 u140.5 -110 u140 -108 u141 -110
637 SETOSeton Hall9-5 39% o139.5 -113 o139.5 -110
638 VILLVillanova8-1 61% u139.5 -107 u139.5 -110
639 DUKEDuke5-3 77% o144.5 -108 o143.5 -114 o144.5 -108 o144.5 -110 o144.5 -108 o144 -110
640 PITTPittsburgh7-2 23% u144.5 -112 u143.5 -106 u144.5 -112 u144.5 -110 u144.5 -112 u144 -110
641 ALAAlabama11-3 90% o164.5 -110 o164.5 -110 o164.5 -110 o164.5 -110 o164.5 -110 o164 -110
642 LSULSU10-2 10% u164.5 -109 u164.5 -110 u164.5 -109 u164.5 -110 u164.5 -109 u164 -110
643 OLEMOle Miss6-6 56% o130.5 -108 o130.5 -110 o130.5 -108 o129.5 -110 o130.5 -108 o130.5 -105
644 MSSTMississippi State9-5 44% u130.5 -113 u130.5 -110 u130.5 -113 u129.5 -110 u130.5 -113 u130.5 -115
645 SDSan Diego1-5 90% o135 -113 o135.5 -110 o135.5 -107 o135.5 -110 o135.5 -107 o135.5 -110
646 LOYMLoyola Marymount6-4 10% u135 -107 u135.5 -110 u135.5 -113 u135.5 -110 u135.5 -113 u135.5 -110
603 BUFBuffalo5-4 78% +150 +154 +150 +145 +150 +155
604 KENTKent State6-3 22% -182 -184 -182 -175 -186 -185
003 HIGHHigh Point3-6 -115 -118 -115 -110 -115 -120
004 LONGLongwood3-13 100% -105 even -105 -110 -105 even
605 PURPurdue10-5 11% +180 +190 +180 +200 +180 +180
606 OSUOhio State11-3 89% -220 -230 -220 -250 -225 -225
607 KSUKansas State5-9 3% +800 +980 +800 +800 +800 +750
608 OUOklahoma7-4 97% -1430 -1800 -1430 -1429 -1430 -1200
609 BALLBall State6-5 37% -175 -172 -175 -175 -175 -170
610 MIAOMiami (OH)4-4 63% +143 +144 +143 +145 +143 +145
611 MARYMaryland8-6 5% +460 +520 +460 +475 +440 +440
612 MICHMichigan11-1 95% -625 -720 -625 -667 -625 -600
613 BUTLButler4-7 7% -110 -108 -110 -110 -110 -105
614 DEPADePaul2-4 93% -110 -108 -110 -110 -110 -115
615 MIAMiami (FL)6-6 68% +165 +172 +165 +180 +165 +170
616 SYRASyracuse7-4 32% -200 -205 -200 -222 -205 -215
617 AKROAkron5-3 82% +195 +205 +195 +185 +190 +185
618 BOWLBowling Green10-3 18% -240 -250 -240 -227 -240 -235
619 TENNTennessee10-1 68% -315 -335 -315 -357 -315 -320
620 UFLFlorida6-4 32% +250 +270 +250 +280 +250 +250
621 SCSouth Carolina3-3 84% +195 +205 +195 +200 +195 +185
622 MIZZMissouri8-2 16% -240 -250 -240 -250 -240 -235
623 CMICCentral Michigan6-7 1% +750 +1040 +750 +900 +850 +800
624 TOLEToledo11-4 99% -1250 -2000 -1250 -1667 -1667 -1250
627 USCUSC11-2 79% -625 -670 -625 -667 -625 -570
628 ORSTOregon State6-5 21% +450 +490 +450 +475 +450 +410
631 SEMSSoutheast Missouri State3-8 89% +155 +154 +155 +145 +155 +155
632 TNSTTennessee State2-8 11% -190 -184 -190 -175 -190 -185
005 WINTWinthrop13-0 100% -2000 -3000 -2000 -2500 -2000 -1499
006 PRESPresbyterian3-5 +1050 +1300 +1050 +1050 +1000 +900
007 NCASUNC Asheville7-6 97% -105 -108 -105 -105 -105 -105
008 GARDGardner-Webb3-8 3% -115 -108 -115 -115 -115 -115
009 USCUUSC Upstate3-11 -105 -108 -105 -115 -105 -110
010 CHSOCharleston Southern1-11 100% -115 -108 -115 -105 -115 -110
011 RADFRadford8-6 -136 -142 -136 -120 -136 -135
012 CAMPCampbell8-7 100% +112 +120 +112 even +112 +115
633 PSUPenn State3-5 +370 +430 +370 +425 +360 +360
634 ILLIllinois9-5 100% -480 -590 -480 -588 -500 -490
635 COLSColorado State10-2 100% +295 +280 +295 +300 +295 +275
636 USUUtah State11-3 -375 -350 -375 -400 -385 -360
637 SETOSeton Hall9-5 +350 +360
638 VILLVillanova8-1 100% -455 -500
639 DUKEDuke5-3 80% -182 -198 -182 -189 -186 -190
640 PITTPittsburgh7-2 20% +155 +166 +155 +155 +150 +160
641 ALAAlabama11-3 60% -114 -108 -114 -115 -115 -115
642 LSULSU10-2 40% -105 -108 -105 -105 -106 -105
643 OLEMOle Miss6-6 7% +120 +118 +120 +115 +120 +120
644 MSSTMississippi State9-5 93% -143 -138 -143 -139 -148 -140
645 SDSan Diego1-5 +390 +420 +390 +400 +390 +360
646 LOYMLoyola Marymount6-4 100% -530 -560 -530 -556 -530 -480

How to Use the Odds Comparison Tool

Compare college basketball odds across legal US sportsbooks at ScoreandOdds.com to help you profit all the way through March Madness. Find out how to use the odds comparison tool, along with other college basketball & March Madness betting tips below.

Are you in a state or traveling to a state with legal sports betting during March Madness, such as Indiana, Pennsylvania or New Jersey? Our college basketball odds comparison tool, which can be used on desktop or mobile, is perfect for anyone trying to win money.

The college basketball odds comparison tool highlights the best spreads, totals and moneylines from premier legal US sportsbooks in the country. We know shopping lines from one sportsbook to the next can take a lot of time, and it’s especially difficult during the early rounds of the NCAA Tournament.

SAO’s odds comparison tool ensures you find the best line, as quickly as possible. Simply select spreads, totals or moneylines where it says Bet Type. The odds tool will outline the best college basketball odds in red, directing you to a specific sportsbook.

To sweeten the deal, every sportsbook featured in our college basketball odds comparison tool will have a welcome promotion, which includes free bets or deposit bonuses for all new users.

Of course, if you are new to college basketball betting, or sports betting in general, you need to understand exactly what you are looking at in terms of college basketball odds, moneylines and point totals before you start cashing bets.

College Basketball Betting Glossary

SpreadBetting on the game spread (against the spread or ATS) is the most popular way to bet on the college basketball games. Learn how to read lines first. You can bet on either the favorite or the underdog to cover the spread. The favorite is the team giving or laying points (ex: Duke Blue Devils -8). The underdog is the team getting points (ex: North Carolina Tar Heels +8).

By betting on the favorite, the team doesn’t merely need to win the game for you to win the bet — the winning margin needs to exceed to the spread. In the example above (Duke -8), the Blue Devils need to win by 9 points or more if you bet on them. If they win by 7 points or fewer, the bet is graded as a loss. An 8-point win will count as a push, where the bettor neither loses or wins money.

College Basketball Betting Tip: There is more value on larger underdogs in games with smaller point totals than higher point totals. For example, Texas Tech opened +7 versus Louisville, O/U 131, during the 2019 season. The total moved down to 125 after a key Texas Tech player was ruled out, but the spread stayed the same. A +7 underdog in a game with a total of 125 is worth way more than a +7 of 131.

MoneylineBy betting on the moneyline, you are simply betting on who you think will win the game. If you bet on the favorite, you’ll have to risk more than you win. Example: Duke -250, North Carolina +220. To win $10 on the Duke, a bettor must risk $25. A bettor risking $10 on North Carolina will profit $22 if the Tar Heels pull off the upset.

College Basketball Betting Tip: If you’re an avid moneyline bettor, by far the most important thing you can do is line shop, which is precisely what our college basketball odds comparison tool is for. One sportsbooks might offer +125 on the bet you’re looking for while another sportsbook offers +110. You always want to bet the best number.

Total(Over/Under) – An Over/Under bet on college basketball point totals is a bet on the combined number of points scored by both teams, overtime included. If you bet Over on a game total of 127, you want the combined score of both teams to be greater than 127 (ex: 68-60).

College Basketball Betting Tip: Specialize in a specific conference or team, preferably a mid-major. There are hundreds of college basketball games in a given week, and with so much going on, sportsbooks will often miss something important. Most of their action is on major conferences and teams, so their lines will be more efficient for those games.

Vigorish (vig) or Juice – The vig or juice is how sportsbooks profit, taking a cut from sports bettors when they place their bets. Sportsbooks typically have a vig of -110 on both sides of a bet, meaning you have to risk $11 for every $10 you want to win. Taking into account the vigorish, you need to win not half of your bets but at least 52.4% just to break even.

College Basketball Betting Tip: One way to beat the virogish, juice or “rakeis by taking advantage of promos and offers, such as the ones in our odds comparison tool. With legal US sportsbooks competing for customers, many are giving away free bets and deposit bonuses. The offers won’t last forever, so take advantage of all of them while you can.

Other College Basketball Betting Terms

Parlay – College basketball parlays involve two or more betting picks, all of which must win or else the entire bet loses. However, with more risk comes increased reward. Two-team parlays usually pay 2.6-to-1, three-team parlays pay 6-to-1, four-team parlays pay 10-to-1, etc. Though we refer to these as “two-team parlays,” parlays can consist of picks on the point totals and sometimes even props. Use our parlay calculator for your convenience.

College Basketball Betting Tip: While big payouts are exciting, making a habit out of betting parlays will lead to volatile fluctuations of your bankroll.

Teasers – Like a parlay, teasers require more than one pick, and all picks in your teaser must hit. Bettors like teasers because it is a way to move multiple point spreads (or totals) to their advantage. Since the points are adjusted in the bettor’s favor, teasers do not have as large of payouts as parlays

College Basketball Betting Tip: Don’t tease point totals. There is too much variance when it comes to point totals. Stick to teasing college basketball spreads, and don’t tease more than 2-3 teams at a time.

Live Betting (in-game) – Live betting, or in-game wagering, occurs after a game starts. Did you stay at work late and forget to place your bet before tip-off? Most US sportsbooks will have live lines available for you to bet on while the game is still in progress.

College Basketball Betting Tip: Take advantage of live lines to find hedge, arbitrage and middle opportunities.