March Madness: Picking the 2010 College Basketball National Champions

James Brown@@chasingballgameSenior Analyst IMarch 4, 2010

NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 20:  Wes Johnson #4 of the Syracuse Orange celebrates after defeating the North Carolina Tar Heels in the championship game of the 2K Sports Classic on November 20, 2009 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The Orange defeated the Tar Heels 87-71 to win the championship.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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March madness: Picking the 2010 National Champions

Finally it’s almost tournament time! The best part of the college basketball season is here! It starts with conference tournaments and then the selection show and finally the field of 65 will be ready to tip off! Nothing is better than watching early games during the week and rooting on your favorite team.

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Who is going to win it all?

I have selected a few teams that I think have a shot of winning the entire tournament and being crowned National Champions.

Kansas Jayhawks (+240—Bet Phoenix)
They may not be the #1 team in the country but they are the favorite to win the entire tournament. They are deep and have a ton of talent and the coaching to get them deep in the tournament. Kansas has nabbed another Big 12 Championship and Cole Aldrich could be cutting down the nets.

Kentucky Wildcats (+350—Sportsbook.com)
The Wildcats have the talent and they held the top spot in the country at one point. With Wall and Cousins they have a great point guard to run the show and some size inside to bring them deep into the brackets. They have as good of a shot as anyone to leave with the championship.
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Syracuse Orangemen (+400—BetMania)
Jim Boeheim and the Syracuse tough defensive zone will put them at the top of the list as favorites to win the national championship. Wes Johnson is brilliant with the rock and with the experience of playing in the Big East where every night is a big night; Syracuse has a great shot of finishing as champs.

Duke Blue Devils (+1500—Players Only.com)
The Blue Devils have been the best in the ACC and one of the best teams in the country and it seems like that is just the way that Coach K likes it. With his coaching tournament experience he will have his team ready for anyone and may just win the entire thing!

Dark Horse: It’s March Madness so the underdog always pulls off a few wins and there is always a chance for the Cinderella to wear the slipper, so with that in mind I wanted to pick a long shot.

Ohio St. Buckeyes (+1700—Bet Phoenix)
The Buckeyes are a very good basketball team and held their own against a very talented Big Ten conference. Even turner should be named the best player in college basketball and players like that have been known to carry their teams all the way to the championship. If that happens they have a good shot at winning it all!

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