Kentucky Wildcats +600
If Kentucky can hang on to a few stars and continue to recruit future pros, John Calipari could easily win back-to-back titles.
Indiana Hoosiers +700
Indiana basketball is back. With Cody Zeller expected to stick around, the Hoosiers have a good shot at their first national title since 1987.
Louisville Cardinals +925
Basketball fans got a taste of Wayne Blackshear in the Final Four. He'll lead another tough Louisville team that should be the class of the Big East in 2012-13.
Ohio State Buckeyes +1,000
While nothing has been officially announced regarding Jared Sullinger, Buckeyes fans should be more concerned with DeShaun Thomas' future. If he sticks, OSU could have another Final Four run next season.
North Carolina Tar Heels +1,000
North Carolina will always be among the contenders but watched a lot of talent leave for the pros this spring. Roy Williams has hit work cut out for him.
Baylor Bears +1,100
The Bears are building on a promising season but Perry Jones will likely jump to the NBA and Quincy Acy is gone. Pierre Jackson will be Baylor's go-to guy.
Kansas Jayhawks +1,200
The Jayhawks are expected to suffer some serious turnover this offseason, most notably Thomas Robinson's move to the pros. But KU wasn't supposed to make it to the title game this year, so who knows?
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1* Michigan State (4:00 ET): This will be the only matchup this season between these two perennial Big 10 powers, save for a possible matchup in the conference tournament. Both are off losses in games that they were favored to win. Wisconsin (-5.5) fell at Maryland Tuesday, 59-53, just the 3rd time all season that the Badgers ended up on the wrong end of the final score. Meanwhile, Michigan State really let one slip away Thursday at home vs. Minnesota, losing 96-90 in overtime.
Because Wisconsin is off the rare defeat, everyone is going to be expecting a bounce back from Bo Ryan's bunch at the Kohl Center. But the line seems a bit high to me. Sparty has covered the last four times these teams have played and with the more precarious NCAA Tournament status, should be the more desperate side here.
Wisconsin is just 5-9-1 ATS in conference play, including 2-5 ATS its last seven. Michigan State had won and covered four straight before the loss to Minnesota. Yes, its Senior Day in Madison, but the visitors have just one loss all season by more than 10 points. They're a good play plus the points, even if the execution in crunch time has been unusually poor for a Tom Izzo coached team. Seven of Michigan State's nine losses have been by less than five points or in overtime. 1* Michigan State
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