Darren Kritzer

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Louisville guard Kevin Ware, who suffered a broken leg in the first half of Sunday’s game against Duke, spoke for the first time earlier today.

Ware, who was cleared to travel with the team to Atlanta for Saturday’s Final Four matchup against Wichita State, averaged 4.5 point per game this season.

March Madness: Odds and Ends

Iowa State v Ohio State

We looked at the Sweet Sixteen Odds to win it all earlier this week, but here are a few other selections you may want to consider before the next round gets underway Thursday night.

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Colorado State v Louisville

We began with 68 teams. A week of madness and 52 games later, we’re down to just 16 as teams begin to set their sights on the Final Four.

If you’re looking to make a wager on which team will reign supreme come April, here are the odds you’ll be faced with.

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March Madness: Odds and Ends

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With the NCAA tournament just one day away, you’re probably getting close to completing your office pool bracket , but just like Super Bowl week, Vegas offers some pretty interesting prop bets for the 2013 NCAA Men’s basketball Tournament.

We covered the odds to win it all on Monday, but here are a few props that may interest you.

Which Conference will the Champion come from?

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We got a sneak peek of Barack Obama’s Final Four selections last night (Florida, Louisville, Ohio State and Indiana), but today we learned who he would crown champion for this year’s NCAA Tournament.

The President picked the Indiana Hoosiers to win it all in 2013.

You can see his full bracket here.

No. 1 overall seed Louisville is also the odds on favourite to win this year's tourney

No. 1 overall seed Louisville is also the odds on favourite to win this year’s tourney

No other sporting event can convince a casual fan or clueless fan to wager on random outcomes quite like the NCAA basketball tournament’s brackket style competiition, and on that note, here are 49 teams’ odds to win the 2013 edition of March Madness…

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Wisconsin v Florida

22nd ranked Wisconsin improved to 21-10 and 12-6 in the Big Ten thanks to this buzzer beater against Penn State on Sunday.

Guard Traevon Jackson took the inbound pass with 3.3 seconds to play, drove the length of the court and hit the game-winning shot.

The Badgers end up with the No. 4 seed in the Big 10 Tournament and a bye into the second round, where they’ll actually play the winner of a first round matchup between No. 5 Michigan and No. 12 Penn State, so Wisconsin may have just given the Nittany Lions a taste of what’s to come.