It looks like Vegas is liking the Buckeyes.
The Ohio State hoops team's national championship odds continue to climb this offseason.
After opening with 66/1 (+6600) odds to win the 2020 men's basketball national championship in BetOnline.ag early lines in April, the Buckeyes' title odds have improved drastically, sitting at 33/1 (+3300) in the latest release.
Ohio State has the fourth-best odds of any Big Ten team behind Michigan State – the national favorite with 7/1 (+700) odds – as well as Maryland (16/1) and Michigan (25/1).
The Buckeyes lost long-time starting guard C.J. Jackson and the former graduate transfer Keyshawn Woods following this season, but add a trio of top-50 freshman, a three-star seven-footer and the now-eligible Florida State transfer guard C.J. Walker.
In addition, Ohio State returns leading scorer and rebounder Kaleb Wesson, who elected to return to the Buckeyes after going through the NBA Draft process.