NCAAB Betting in Indiana

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Even Americans with a mere passing interest in basketball have probably heard of the March Madness tournament, and that only scratches the surface of the NCAAB season each year.

Indianans are (hopefully) familiar with their local college basketball team, the Hoosiers, and they form part of a competition that breeds the next generation of fine NBA talent. 

The NCAAB is becoming increasingly popular with sports bettors too, and luckily, Indiana sportsbooks are legally allowed to offer college betting markets. Here are eight of the best bookmakers in IND right now:

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NCAAB Betting Options

Because of its popularity, bettors can now enjoy a similar set of wagering markets for the NCAAB as they would for the NBA.

So you can kick things off with your future bets – who do you think will win each conference? Who do you think will make the Final Four? Who will win the National Championship game?

And, of course, you can wager on individual games too. There are moneyline, spreads, and total points markets, as well as some team props and other niche categories like quarter and half betting.

NCAAB Betting FAQs

Can I bet on college basketball in Indiana?

There are no laws prohibiting college sports betting in Indiana, so yes, you can!

How old do I need to be to place bets in Indiana?

The minimum legal age for participating gambling in Indiana is 21.

Can I claim free bets in Indiana?

All Indiana sportsbooks offer some kind of welcome bonus, be it bet credits, a risk-free bet, or something else. All the details can be found on this very website.

Can I bet on college basketball parlays?

Yes, you can – most sportsbooks offer you the option to place parlays (such as moneyline and spreads or totals) on the same game or mixed matches.

What is the spread in betting?

The bookmakers assign a ‘handicap’ for each team in a game, such as -3.5 for the Indiana Hoosiers against the Michigan Wolverines, who get +3.5. You have to decide which team will clear their spread once the final whistle has blown