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June 14, 2008 1:16 PM

Bodog.com lists UW ninth in Pac-10

Posted by Bob Condotta

While Lorenzo Romar and other UW coaches are optimistic of a turnaround for the Huskies next season, the folks at Bodog.com aren't buying it just yet.

In Bodog's latest futures bets listing odds to win the NCAA Tournament next season, the Huskies have the highest odds of any Pac-10 team other than Oregon State --- or essentially placing them ninth in the conference.

Here are the Pac-10 odds:
UCLA 10-1
USC 30-1
Arizona State 40-1
Arizona 45-1
Stanford 80-1
Washington State 80-1
Cal 100-1
Oregon 100-1
Washington 150-1
Oregon State 500-1

North Carolina is the favorite at 9-2.

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Posted by Gabe

1:26 PM, Jun 14, 2008

cal? maybe oregon? but stanford, lmao give me a break.

Posted by mattysimone

1:58 PM, Jun 14, 2008

wow 10-1 ucla is a good line. 10 bucks for a 100? thats seems way off......they have a replacement for love and also they have holiday. I like that bet alot. to bad they dont have a line on the udub makin the tourney

Posted by Mix

4:22 PM, Jun 14, 2008

Never heard of this site, and the odds here tell me why.... Oregon State at 500-1..... Try 10,000 to 1.... they have no players.... and Arizona as a 45-1, with who?? With their team of only 5 eligible players? These odds are a complete joke...

Posted by Gabe

4:24 PM, Jun 14, 2008

i agree mix. stanford has a brand new coach, lost both its best players, and they expect them to be 5th in the pac10? wow thats horribly sad. are we really that bad here on the west ciast? what a joke. try 7-9th place for Stanford. u guys can quote me on that....

Posted by mattysimone

4:55 PM, Jun 14, 2008

never bet there but heard of them they do odds plus its a poker site.....jamie gold the agent won the wsop a couple years back and was sponsored by them......

Posted by 206er

10:01 PM, Jun 14, 2008

i find 9th place really hard to believe. i know they haven't been great the past couple years, but i think in terms of talent they can match up pretty well against most of the teams in the conference.

Posted by tom ross

10:10 PM, Jun 14, 2008

Not sure I think 9th is right, but without a center game, not sure it will get much above 6th if they are lucky.

Posted by John

11:07 PM, Jun 14, 2008

Gabe, Mix, it's obvious that you don't 'get' oddsmaking.

They have nothing to do with predicting reality. They are about making money for the book.

Posted by mix

5:54 AM, Jun 15, 2008

this isn't a prediction of 9th place, it's odds of winning the championship... But I still don't get it... Since Oregon, Arizona, Cal (without Anderson), Stanford and WSU are as likely or more likely to miss the Dance than UW... and you gotta make the dance to win it. I still think this site is smoking crack, maybe they've never heard of Jon Brockman?

Posted by coleman

10:10 AM, Jun 15, 2008

Bodog presy on uninformed betters

Posted by Dave " The Meatball" Armistead

8:43 AM, Jun 16, 2008

9th sounds just about right, how does reality feel there Husky fans?

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