The 68-team field for March Madness is set and the odds are out.
The No. 1 overall seed Louisville Cardinals were named the favorite by Las Vegas oddsmakers to cut down the nets in Atlanta. The Indiana Hoosiers, the No. 1 seed in the East Region, were given the next best chance to win it all. In a break with the NCAA Selection Committe, No. 3 seed Florida was given the third-best chance at the national championship ahead of the remaining No. 1 seeds and all the No. 2 seeds.
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Following a topsy-turvy season, it is hard to consider any team a safe bet. Since 1988, a No. 4 seed or better has won the tournament every year. Will that change in 2013? Or will a Cinderella squad finally come out on top? Scroll down to see every teams' odds to win the NCAA Tournament and vote on which one you think will be the last one standing.
*All odds courtesy of Bovada