When was the last time Alabama won the NCAA Tournament? (Odds to win March Madness)


The Alabama Crimson Tide are no strangers to top seeds and National Championships, but that’s in football. In a year where Nick Saban missed the CFB Playoff, Nate Oats is trying to take the best team in the country to the Final Four. The Crimson Tide cruised past Texas A&M CC in the first round and took care of Maryland in the round of 32, but what lies ahead in the Sweet 16 and when was the last time the Alabama basketball team won it all in March?

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When was the Crimson Tide’s last National Championship?

In football, 2020, on the hardwood, the team from Tuscaloosa has never won it all. As a matter of fact in their 23 trips to the tournament they’ve never cut down the nets, not even as a regional winner. With zero final four appearances in history and as the No. 1 seed in the tournament this year, the pressure is on the Crimson Tide.

Alabama’s odds to win the National Championship

It’s no surprise that Bama is the favorite to win it all at +350 in the DraftKings Sportsbook. They were one of the best teams all season long and were awarded the No. 1 seed in the entire tournament. The South Region has gone a little bit crazy with the Cinderella story of Princeton finding their way to the Sweet 16, so the path has gotten even easier with seeds, 2-4 out of the way.

With no Arizona and no Baylor to contend with, Creighton has the next best odds to win it all out of the South Region, but they are +1000. Alabama has the best player in the tournament in Brandon Miller and the best team. Despite all the craziness or “madness” that we’ve seen, the Crimson Tide could be on a collision course to meet in the National Championship game in Houston.

They’re the rightful favorite and honestly I don’t see how this team could possibly lose until the Final Four, but maybe not even then.

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