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March Madness Bubble Special Props: Which Teams Will Sneak into the Bracket?

Written by: Grant Mitchell
Published March 6, 2024
8 min read
  • DraftKings Sportsbook has special odds for March Madness bubble teams

  • Teams have until Selection Sunday to improve their odds

The days until March Madness tips off are slowly counting down, but for many, the near-end-of-season period is one of the most stressful times of the year.

DraftKings Sportsbook is providing betting odds for a variety of teams on the bubble and on the cusp of qualifying for March Madness to see if they will end up making the final 64-team bracket. 

March Madness Bubble Special 2024

March Madness Bubble Special Props

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Providence to Make the 2024 NCAA Tournament?
Yes (+300)  BET HERE No (-390)  BET HERE
Pittsburgh to Make the 2024 NCAA Tournament?
Yes (+160)  BET HERE No (-205)  BET HERE
Wake Forest to Make the 2024 NCAA Tournament?
Yes (-230)  BET HERE No (+180)  BET HERE
Villanova to Make the 2024 NCAA Tournament?
Yes (-350)  BET HERE No (+280)  BET HERE
New Mexico to Make the 2024 NCAA Tournament?
Yes (-160)  BET HERE No (+120)  BET HERE
Colorado to Make the 2024 NCAA Tournament?
Yes (-185)  BET HERE No (+150)  BET HERE
Utah to Make the 2024 NCAA Tournament?
Yes (+150)  BET HERE No (-195)  BET HERE
Iowa to Make the 2024 NCAA Tournament?
Yes (+180)  BET HERE No (-235)  BET HERE
Virginia to Make the 2024 NCAA Tournament?
Yes (+115)  BET HERE No (-150)  BET HERE

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March Madness Bubble Predictions

According to the betting odds, Villanova is the most likely bubble team to qualify for March Madness. They won five of their last six games but face a tough Big East schedule to close out the regular season with matchups at Seton Hall and against No. 10 Creighton still to come before the conference tournament.

Utah has a solid chance of overcoming its +150 odds to make the tournament. At 18-11, they are tied for 28th with four Quad 1 wins, are 46th in the NET, and are 48th in KenPom’s rankings. They went through a tough stretch in the middle of the season but won back-to-back games (decisively) and had an easier matchup with Oregon State before facing 19-10 Oregon in the regular-season finale.

Virginia (+115 to make the tournament) is limping to the finish line with four losses in its last six games, but it only has one matchup against 13-16 Georgia Tech remaining before the ACC Tournament begins. Coach Tony Bennett is one of the most experienced coaches in college basketball and should be able to guide his team to a run and a potential berth in the bracket.

March Madness History

The first Division I men’s basketball tournament was held in 1939. This was also the first time the term “March Madness” was used, though it wasn’t directed toward the college tournament. Only eight teams competed, and Oregon beat Ohio State for the first-ever title. 

UCLA leads all programs with 11 national championships, though they have not won the final game since 1995. Kentucky is next in line with eight, followed by North Carolina (six), and Connecticut, Duke, and Indiana, all with five. 

Who Won March Madness in 2023?

The Connecticut Huskies won the most recent NCAA Tournament. They capped off a stellar tournament with a 76-59 win against San Diego State in the championship game.

Which Team Won the Most March Madness Titles? 

UCLA has won more national championships (11) than any other program. 

15 schools won multiple March Madness titles, including all of the following:

  • UCLA - 11

  • Kentucky - 8

  • North Carolina - 6

  • Connecticut - 5

  • Duke - 5

  • Indiana - 5

  • Kansas - 4

  • Villanova - 3

  • Cincinnati - 2

  • Florida - 2

  • Louisville - 2 (one vacated)

  • Michigan State - 2

  • North Carolina State - 2

  • Oklahoma State - 2

  • San Francisco - 2

Has Any Team Won Back-to-Back National Championships? 

Seven teams won consecutive March Madness titles, and UCLA is the only team to do it multiple times.

The teams with consecutive national titles include:

  • Oklahoma State: 1945-46

  • Kentucky: 1948-49

  • San Francisco: 1955-56

  • Cincinnati: 1961-62

  • UCLA: 1964-65, 1967-73

  • Duke: 1991-92

  • Florida: 2006-07

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