Louisville Is The Third Choice To Win It All In 2013-14

Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

The final preseason Vegas odds are out, and Louisville is the third choice to claim the 2013-14 national championship. Russ Smith and Montrezl Harrell are also currently on the board as betting choices in the Player of the Year race.

Here are your final preseason odds:

2013-14 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship - Odds to Win

Kentucky                      7/2

Kansas                         6/1

Louisville                      15/2

Duke                            9/1

Michigan State              9/1

Arizona                         16/1

Florida                          20/1

North Carolina               20/1

Ohio State                    20/1

Oklahoma State            20/1

Connecticut                   25/1

Michigan                       25/1

Syracuse                      25/1

Indiana                          40/1

Memphis                       40/1

Creighton                      50/1

Georgetown                  50/1

Iowa                             50/1

St. Louis                       50/1

VCU                             50/1

Wisconsin                     50/1

Colorado                      66/1

Gonzaga                       66/1

Marquette                     66/1

New Mexico                  66/1

St. John's                     66/1

UCLA                            66/1

UNLV                            66/1

Wichita State                 66/1

Baylor                           75/1

Illinois                           75/1

Minnesota                     75/1

Missouri                        75/1

Pittsburgh                     75/1

Tennessee                    75/1

Villanova                       75/1

Virginia                         75/1

Butler                            100/1

Cincinnati                      100/1

Florida State                 100/1

Kansas State                100/1

Miami Florida                100/1

NC State                       100/1

Notre Dame                  100/1

Ole Miss                       100/1

Oregon                         100/1

Purdue                          100/1

San Diego State            100/1

Texas                           100/1

Vanderbilt                     100/1

Alabama                       150/1

Arizona State                150/1

Arkansas                      150/1

BYU                             150/1

Boise State                   150/1

California                      150/1

Iowa State                     150/1

Stanford                       150/1

Temple                         150/1

Maryland                       200/1

St. Mary's                     200/1

USC                             200/1

West Virginia                 200/1

LSU                              200/1

Boston College             250/1

Clemson                       250/1

Colorado State              250/1

Davidson                      250/1

Dayton                         250/1

Georgia                        250/1

Georgia Tech                250/1

Harvard                         250/1

Oklahoma                     250/1

Mississippi State           250/1

South Carolina              250/1

Texas A&M                   250/1

Virginia Tech                 250/1

Wake Forest                 250/1

Washington                   250/1

Washington State          250/1

Xavier                           250/1

Northwestern                 500/1

St. Joe's                       500/1

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Odds to win 2013-2014 Associated Press Player of the Year

Andrew Wiggins (Kansas)                      7/2

Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State)             11/2

Julius Randle (Kentucky)                        11/2

Doug McDermott (Creighton)                 8/1

Russ Smith (Louisville)                          8/1

Jabari Parker (Duke)                              8/1

Mitch McGary (Michigan)                       10/1

Jahii Carson (Arizona State)                   14/1

Adreian Payne (Michigan State)              14/1

C.J. Fair (Syracuse)                               18/1

Shabazz Napier (Uconn)                         25/1

Aaron Craft (Ohio State)                        25/1

Gary Harris (Michigan State)                   50/1

Aaron Gordon (Arizona)                         50/1

Isaiah Austin (Baylor)                             50/1

Cleanthony Early (Wichita State) 50/1

Tyler Haws (BYU)                                  50/1

Semaj Christon (Xavier)                         50/1

Montrezl Harrell (Louisville)                     50/1

Rodney Hood (Duke)                             50/1

Also of note is the fact that U of L is a runaway favorite (3/2) to win the American Athletic Conference title. UConn and Memphis are the 3/1 co-second choices.

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