2018 NCAA Basketball Betting Predictions, New, and Odds: Duke looks unbeatable with lengthy Freshman.

Written and authored College Basketball Association Expert Handicapper Charlie Red McDougall. Charliessports.com produces it for Basketball Betting news and notes.

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College Basketball fans have seen this before with the Duke Blue Devils basketball team. Plenty of five stars All Americans with impressive high school resumes’.

Fans pack Cameron Indoor stadium during the winter months like no other venue on the land.

However they have not tasted an NCAA Championship since the 2015 season, but from what this sports handicapper has seen, it should happen again in the 2018 March Madness Tournament.

The era of the one and done player is upon us and the days of players like former Blue Devils standout Christian Laettner staying four years are long gone.

Legendary head coach Mike Krzyzewski is in his thirty-eighth season on the bench at the Durham, North Carolina Institute.

Unlike one of his mentor Bobby Knight, Krzyzewski keeps an open mind and tells potential recruits the truth.


Everyone is the College Basketball landscape is aware that the Atlantic Coast Conference is one of the most competitive in the nation.

The Duke Blue Devils are charter members along with their in-state rivals North Carolina Tar Heels. Both schools compete for the best players at the prep level, but in the past few years high profile “HOOP” schools such as Louisville, and Syracuse have joined the conference.

The North Carolina Tar Heels played in the NCAA finals the past two season while Duke got sent packing early in the tournament.

Watching, the 2018 Blue Devils in their most recent game a comeback win over Miami, Florida on the road.

Four Freshmen who are five-star recruits and a tough-minded senior by the name of Grayson Allen will probably have the Blue Devils cut the nets down in the spring of 2018.

Duke is fifth in the last NCAA Basketball pools behind number-one Villanova; second-ranked Virginia who is in the ACC, three Purdue, and number four Oklahoma who has the most exciting player in College Basketball.


However, the 2018 Duke Blue Devils have the most talent of any team in the NCAA Basketball landscape.

Their four top freshmen will all be lottery picks in this years NBA draft. Allen is also going to make a significant pro player with his toughness and ability to shoot, and play defense.

Forward Marvin Bagley III is the teams leading scorer and already has an NBA body.

Point Guard Trevon Duval also averages double figures scoring the basketball but is overshadowed by Allen at the position.

Gary Trent Jr’s dad made a name for himself in the NBA and NCAA Basketball “aka” the SHAQ OF THE MAC” while at Ohio University. The younger Trent is going to be an instant star due to his ability to hit the three-point shot.

Wendell Carter Jr. already has an NBA body and is a “BEAST” around the bucket.

This Sports Handicapper has never seen a College Basketball team with the length of the 2018 Duke Blue Devils, and they are just learning how to compete at this level.

Watch out NCAA Basketball the Blue Devils are putting everyone on notice.

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Bovada.Lv has Duke at 12 to 1 to win the 2018 NCAA Basketball March Madness Championship.

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