Louisville was the favorite coming into the NCAA tournament, and nothing has changed after two weeks of action.
Even without injured guard Kevin Ware, the Cardinals proved on Sunday against Duke that they're still dominant.
Of course, coming into this tournament, very few saw the potential of Michigan and Syracuse. Forget what you thought of each team in the regular season.
And no one saw Wichita State even getting to Atlanta. The Shockers are a long shot, and they're used to that.
Who will celebrate on April 8?
Here are your championship odds for the four teams left.
**Odds courtesy of betvega.com
**Nate Silver from FiveThirtyEight.com, an American statistician who became popular for his accurate projections for the last two Presidential elections, also provided probabilities before and after each round of the tournament.