Early Odds On 2022-23 College Basketball Season: Who Is Favorite To Win National Championship?

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It’s never too early to look ahead.

The 2021-22 season concluded on Monday when the Kansas Jayhawks defeated North Carolina Tar Heels at the Caesers Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, to win their fourth national championship in program history.

All eyes now turn to the 2022-23 season.

Here are the odds on who will win the 2023 national championship, per DraftKings:

Duke +900

North Carolina +1100

Kansas +1200

Kentucky +1400
Arkansas +1400
Houston +1600

UCLA +1600

Arizona +1800
Villanova +1800
Texas +2000
Baylor +2200
Michigan +2200
Alabama +2800
Texas Tech +3500
Auburn +4500
Tennessee +4500
Purdue +4500

Virginia +5000

Oregon +5000
Memphis +5000
USC +5500
Indiana +7000

Here is how the 2021-22 season ended, per the Associated Press:

Kansas brought its fourth NCAA title back home Monday thanks to a second-half flurry that erased a 16-point deficit and eventually overcame North Carolina 72-69 in an epic battle of power programs.
It was the biggest comeback in title game history, surpassing Kentucky’s 10-point rally to beat Utah in 1998.
David McCormack scored the go-ahead bucket from close range with 1:21 left, then another at the 22-second mark to put the Jayhawks ahead by three. North Carolina missed its final four shots, including Caleb Love’s desperation 3 at the buzzer. His heave barely grazed rim after officials ruled that Kansas guard DaJuan Harris Jr., stepped out on an inbounds pass with 4.3 seconds left.
That put Brady Manek, not as good a defender, on McCormack, and the Kansas big man backed in Manek for the shot that put the Jayhawks ahead by three.
McCormack and Jalen Wilson led KU with 15 points each. Christian Braun scored 10 of his 12 in the second half and transfer Remy Walker had 11 of his 14 over the final 20 minutes, as the Jayhawks turned what looked like a lost cause into one of the sweetest wins ever.
Carolina had scored 16 straight points late in the first half to open a 40-25 advantage at the break, but top-seeded KU (34-6) went on a 31-10 run over the opening 10 minutes of the second to take a six-point lead and set up a fantastic finish.
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