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2011 NCAA Championship Odds: Kansas Jayhawks

2011 NCAA Championship Odds: Kansas JayhawksThe Kansas Jayhawks are the #1 seed in the Southwest Region and finished the season 32-2 and won the Big 12 Title (14-2 record). Always find the best number possible when betting a future. With your money tied up for so long, getting the most profit from your wager is important. If you plan on betting Kansas to win it all, you would make an extra $65.00 per $100.00 wager just by shopping around. Below you will find the best odds on the Kansas Jayhawks to win it all in March Madness:

BetJamaica: +400
BETUS:  +400
bodog:  +400
Bookmaker:  +465
JustBet
:  +425
sportsbook.com:  +450
sportsinteraction:  +425

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