Duke now a co-favorite to win 2016 title, according to updated odds

After signing two five-stars, Duke is now co-favorites to win the 2016 title. (USATSI)

After securing commitments from five-star prospects Brandon Ingram and Derryck Thornton in the last two weeks, Duke has jumped up Bovada’s odds board and is now listed as a co-favorite to win the 2016 NCAA Tournament.

Duke, Kentucky, Michigan State and North Carolina have all been given 10/1 odds to win the title in 2016. In the first set of odds released by Bovada earlier this month, the Blue Devils were at 16/1. After signing Ingram and Thornton, along with the departures of several underclassmen to the NBA Draft, the board seems to more closely resemble what many think: 2016 will be a good year for the heavyweights.

Check out the odds list below, courtesy of @BovadaLV:

Duke , Kentucky , Michigan State , North Carolina — 10/1

Maryland — 14/1

Kansas — 16/1

Iowa State — 18/1

Virginia — 18/1

Arizona — 20/1

Gonzaga — 20/1

Villanova — 22/1

Indiana — 25/1

Oklahoma — 28/1

Louisville, Michigan, Wichita State — 33/1

Notre Dame, Texas, Texas A&M, Utah, Wisconsin — 40/1

Cal, Florida, LSU, Miami, Ohio State, SMU, Syracuse, UConn — 50/1

Baylor, NC State — 66/1

Butler, Dayton — 75/1

Arkansas, Auburn, Cincinnati, Florida State, Georgetown, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Providence, Purdue, San Diego State, UCLA, Vanderbilt, West Virginia — 100/1

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