Here is a quick list of the recent odds to win the NCAA World Series.
2014 NCAA College Baseball World Series – Odds to Win
UC Irvine 7/1
Texas Tech 12/1
One of the things that make the college baseball World Series so interesting is that any team can win it. University of Louisville is one of the top teams in the country in the sport, yet they are not even listed as favorites to win it all.
Another team to consider is Virginia who is getting a lot of attention and playing great baseball coming into this tournament.
Virginia is the most talented team in college baseball and has started playing like it, winning consecutive games against Maryland in the Super Regionals to get here. It’s not risky to predict a team that started the year ranked No. 1 in Baseball America’s preseason Top 25, but Virginia held that distinction for a reason and, after a lull late in the year, has gotten better as the tournament has gone on. They do have some pretty big hurdles to win it all.
The path to the championship for Virginia is not easy. Virginia has a difficult path to the championship with No. 1 seeds Mississippi and TCU also on that side of the bracket, as well as No. 2 seed Texas Tech. This is not the only great team in the tournament but they are one to watch.
Another team is Mississippi which is a rarity in today’s college game with a potent, powerful offense that can beat an opponent into submission. The savvy college baseball bettors are doing their research and getting ready to place a bet on the college baseball World Series.
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