Michigan are currently the third favorite to win March Madness but the Wolverines betting odds are shortening as the NCAA Tournament approaches due to a great run of recent form.
The Michigan Wolverines March Madness betting odds continue to drop as the NCAA Tournament approaches and betting experts think that they have a realistic chance of winning the National Championship for the first time since 1989.
The Wolverines have played in 29 NCAA Tournaments and have reached the Final Four eight times, the Elite Eight 14 times, and the Sweet 16 15 times. However, that 1989 success remains their one National Championship, although a 2018 final appearance hints that things may be about to change for Michigan basketball.
That certainly is the thinking of sports bettors, who are pushing the Michigan Wolverines March Madness betting odds down after a run of good form.
Michigan are now the third favorites in the March Madness Outright Winner betting, behind only Gonzaga and Baylor.
The number one seeds will be a popular pick for the Final Four in most March Madness brackets, with those in Michigan in particular set to get strongly behind Juwan Howard’s team.
Howard has the Wolverines in great form ahead of the NCAA Tournament and with legal sports betting coming to Michigan earlier this year, there will be a lot of tickets and money coming in on Michigan Wolverines futures as March Madness approaches.
Where to bet on the Michigan Wolverines at March Madness
The following sportsbooks are offering odds on March Madness Outright Winners and are available in all legal betting states (NJ, PA, WV, IN, IL, CO, TN and MI)