What are the Dayton Flyers’ odds of winning a national championship?

Dayton’s Charles Cooke shoots against Virginia Commonwealth on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at UD Arena. David Jablonski/Staff

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Dayton’s Charles Cooke shoots against Virginia Commonwealth on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at UD Arena. David Jablonski/Staff

Bovada has set national championship odds for the Dayton Flyers at 300/1, the same as last week.

That is toward the bottom of the teams on the board, equal with Indiana, Rhode Island and Seton Hall but better than California, Kansas State, Marquette, VCU and (ironically given reports about their interest in luring away Archie Miller) North Carolina State.

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The Rams and the Wolfpack were not on the board last week.

Also of note: Despite a late-season swoon due in large part to injuries, Xavier is still ahead of the Flyers at 250/1.

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The favorites are North Carolina and UCLA, both at 6/1, followed by Kansas (13/2), Gonzaga (9/1) and Villanova (10/1).

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