Notre Dame Basketball Odds

The Notre Dame men’s basketball team has been competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), the most challenging in all of Division I NCAA Basketball, since 2013.

Notre Dame has made 36 appearances in the NCAA Tournaments, ranking them among the top 10 teams for total NCAA Tournament participations in history. Despite reaching the Final Four in 1978, the Fighting Irish are also known for holding the record for the highest number of NCAA Tournament appearances without securing a National Championship or making it to the Championship Game.

If you are 21 years or older and within the borders of Indiana, you have the opportunity to place bets on all Irish and college basketball games through Indiana’s online sportsbooks. Below is a comprehensive guide, featuring live odds for each Notre Dame game and suggestions on what to bet on right here in Indiana.

Tonight's Notre Dame odds

Browse the feed below to find the most favorable Notre Dame basketball game lines at leading Indiana online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to directly visit the online sportsbook, claim your new player bonus, and secure your bet at the current odds.

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Below is a live feed displaying the latest and best Notre Dame basketball odds from online sportsbooks in Indiana. Click on any odds to directly access the sportsbook, open an account, and secure your bet.

Place your bets on Indiana’s Notre Dame basketball games.

If you wish to place a wager for or against ND at Indiana online sportsbooks, you must follow these three steps:

  1. To set up an account, you can sign up directly on the sportsbook’s website or download their mobile betting app and register there. You’ll need to provide some personal information, including the last four digits of your Social Security number. Additionally, you might need to input a promotional or bonus code to receive a new player bonus. These codes can be found on Simply enter the code on the sportsbook’s site.
  2. Deposit: You can deposit funds through multiple methods offered by the sportsbook. These should include debit and credit cards, online banking, and payment processing services. You may also be able to use cash at affiliated casinos or at 7-11/CVS locations.
  3. Bet: Start by scanning all NCAA basketball odds until you spot something you wish to wager on. Select one side of the bet to instantly generate a bet slip. Input a sum and place your bet. Alternatively, you can add more individual bets to the slip and convert it into a parlay. Lastly, enter the sum for each bet and place your bets.

Explanation of Notre Dame basketball betting lines

The basketball betting odds offered by Indiana’s online sportsbooks are quite easy to comprehend once you grasp what the various figures signify. A standard set of game lines might appear as follows:

  • Notre Dame is favored by 2.5 points with odds of -110, and the money line is +122. The over/under for total points scored is set at 146.5 with odds of -110.
  • Duke is favored by 2.5 points with odds of -110, the money line is -144, and the over/under for the game is 146.5 points with odds of -110.

The initial set of numbers represents the point spread, with the figure in brackets next to the spread indicating the payout odds. In this instance, Duke must secure a win by at least three points, whereas the Irish can either win outright or lose by no more than two points. Each bet awards a $100 payout in addition to the return of your original wager for every $110 you bet.

The moneyline is represented by the second set of numbers. If you place a bet on Notre Dame with these odds and they emerge victorious, you’ll win $122, in addition to getting your original bet back, for every $100 you wager. On the other hand, if you bet on the Blue Devils at these odds and they win, your winnings will be $100, plus the return of your original bet, for each $144 you wager.

The third numerical series represents the total line. The figure in parentheses next to this line signifies the odds. In this instance, you’re wagering on whether the total cumulative score at the end of the match will be above or below 146.5. If your prediction is correct, you will win $100, plus the return of your original wager, for each $110 you bet.

Live betting and props for Notre Dame basketball

In Indiana, there are minimal restrictions on live betting or props for college sports, giving you the freedom to place bets on various Irish player and team props. Additionally, you’re able to participate in live betting markets during NCAA basketball games.

Many prop bets are centered around specific statistics. Live betting allows you to place bets on general Notre Dame game lines with fluctuating odds based on the game’s progression. It might also incorporate extra quarter and half lines and prop bets.

Live betting odds for NCAA basketball can shift rapidly. To keep pace, you may consider using an Indiana mobile sports betting app, which allows you to place bets quickly enough.

What is the way to watch Notre Dame basketball games in Indiana?

The 2020-21 Fighting Irish Basketball schedule should be largely viewable on the ACC Network, ESPN, ESPN2, and any online streaming services that host these networks.

WNDU-TV or WHME-TV in South Bend, as well as WAV-TV in Indianapolis, also broadcast many games. 96.1 WSBT Radio also provides audio coverage of the games.

NBA Players who are Alumni of Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Only two ex-Notre Dame players are currently in the NBA: Pat Connaughton from the Milwaukee Bucks and Jerian Grant from the Houston Rockets.

Bill Laimbeer, arguably the most exceptional NBA player from Notre Dame, had an illustrious 11-year career with the Detroit Pistons. He played a pivotal role in securing back-to-back NBA Championships for the team in 1989 and 1990. A four-time NBA All-Star, Laimbeer was the embodiment of the Piston’s notorious Bad Boys persona.

Notre Dame coaching staff

The coaches for the Men's Basketball team of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish include:

  • Head Coach: Mike Brey
  • Assistant Coach: Rod Balanis
  • Assistant Coach: Ryan Humphrey
  • Assistant Coach: Scott Martin

Where is the home field of the Fighting Irish?

  • Name: Purcell Pavilion at Edmund P. Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center
  • Moose Krause Circle, Notre Dame, IN 46556
  • Location: North from South Bend, Indiana
  • University of Notre Dame is the owner and operator.
  • Capacity: 9,149
  • Groundbreaking: June 1966
  • Date Opened: December 1, 1968
  • Construction cost: $8.6 million

Top sports bars near The Fighting Irish campus

South Bend may be known for its football, but the top five sports bars listed below offer a fantastic setting for watching and wagering on Notre Dame basketball using an Indiana mobile sports betting app:

  • Legends of Notre Dame is located at 100 N Eddy St, Notre Dame, IN 46556. The contact number is 574-631-2582.
  • Irish Pub Corby’s, 441 E Lasalle Ave, South Bend, IN 46617, Phone: 574-233-5326
  • Linebacker Lounge is located at 1631 S Bend Ave, South Bend, IN 46617. You can contact them at 574-289-0186.
  • Finnies Next Door, 233 S Main St, South Bend, IN 46601, Phone: 574-404-6100
  • Taphouse On The Edge is located at 1803 S Bend Ave, South Bend, IN 46637, in the Campus Shoppes area. You can contact them at 574-247-9293.

All-time leaders of Notre Dame basketball

Austin Carr holds the title as Notre Dame's all-time leading scorer, having scored 2,560 points during his three seasons with the Irish, from 1968-69 to 1970-71. He set a new single-season scoring record in the 1969–70 season by scoring 1,106 points.

That season, he also broke the single-game scoring record by scoring 61 points against Ohio.

Carr stands out as the only Notre Dame player to have ever scored 50 or more points in nine separate games, surpassing the previous record of 49. Following his college career, Carr played professionally for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks, and Washington Bullets over a span of ten years in the NBA.

With 1,318, Tom Hawkins (1956-59) holds the record for the most rebounds in the team’s history.

Chris Thomas, who played from 2001 to 2005, holds the team’s record for the most assists of all time with 833. Jerian Grant, who currently plays for the Houston Rockets, set the record for the most assists in a single season with 253, achieved in the 2014-15 season.

Notre Dame Basketball FAQ

Basketball tickets for Notre Dame usually start at $10, with the average price being $27. However, the cost can increase depending on the quality of the opposition. Despite this, it seems that fans will not be permitted to attend games for the 2020-21 season.

Despite not winning a National Championship in the contemporary NCAA Tournament era or an ACC title since their 2013 membership, Notre Dame still boasts two pre-tournament national championships. These were retrospectively conferred by the Helms Foundation for their impressive 19–1 record in the 1927 season and their 22–2–1 1936 season.

Before joining the Big East Conference in 1997, Notre Dame was an independent school. In 2003, the basketball team contemplated joining the Big Ten but later joined the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2013. Meanwhile, the football team continues to retain its independent status.

In 2005, 25 ex-Irish stars were selected for the Notre Dame All-Century Basketball Team, which included:

  • Bob Arnzen
  • Austin Carr
  • Matt Carroll
  • Adrian Dantley
  • LaPhonso Ellis
  • Pat Garrity
  • Tom Hawkins
  • Collis Jones
  • Leo Klier
  • Edward ‘Moose’ Krause
  • John Moir
  • Troy Murphy
  • Paul Nowak
  • Kevin O’Shea
  • John Paxson
  • Ron Reed
  • David Rivers
  • Dick Rosenthal
  • Walt Sahm
  • John Shumate
  • Jack Stephens
  • Chris Thomas
  • Kelly Tripucka
  • Bob Whitmore
  • Monty Williams

The Notre Dame Victory March, which serves as the fight song for Notre Dame, is arguably the most identifiable fight song in collegiate sports. This recognition is largely due to the extensive national exposure the football team has garnered over the years.