Odds to Win College Football Playoffs 2019

College Football National Title Odds 2019


Team Odds
Alabama +275
Clemson +600
Georgia +750
Ohio State +750
Michigan +900
Penn State +1100
Oklahoma +1800
Auburn +2000
Texas +2000
Miami (FL) +2200
Wisconsin +2200
LSU +2500
Michigan State +2500
Washington +2800
Florida State +3300
Notre Dame +3300
Stanford +3300
Texas A&M +3300
USC +3300
Virginia Tech +3300
West Virginia +3300
Florida +5000
Oregon +5000
TCU +5000
UCLA +7500
Arizona +10000
Boise State +10000
Kansas State +10000
Mississippi State +10000
Missouri +10000
NC State +10000
Oklahoma State +10000
Central Florida +10000
Utah +10000
Wake Forest +10000
Iowa +15000
Nebraska +15000
Northwestern +15000
South Carolina +15000
Washington State +15000
Memphis +25000
Minnesota +25000
Purdue +25000
Syracuse +25000
Tennessee +25000
Arizona State +50000
Arkansas +50000
Baylor +50000
Boston College +50000
BYU +50000
California +50000
Duke +50000
Florida Atlantic +50000
Fresno State +50000
Georgia Tech +50000
Houston +50000
Illinois +50000
Indiana +50000
Kansas +50000
Kentucky +50000
Maryland +50000
Nevada +50000
North Carolina +50000
Oregon State +50000
Pittsburgh +50000
Rutgers +50000
San Diego State +50000
South Florida +50000
Texas Tech +50000
UNLV +50000
Utah State +50000
Vanderbilt +50000
Virginia +50000


Odds to win National Championship Game 2016:

The first season with a college football playoff is now here, and that means it will be even more difficult to try to handicap how to beat the National Championship odds for the upcoming 2015 season.

Florida State Seminoles (+450) – The bottom line for the Noles is that they really shouldn’t struggle much this season. They’ll be comfortable favorites in all of their regular season games, and they get both the undermanned Clemson Tigers and the Florida Gators on their home field. Even chumping up one loss wouldn’t be the end of the world necessarily for getting into the playoff this year, especially with the accolades which the Noles are carrying with the National Championship from last season under their belts.

Alabama Crimson Tide (+600) – How interesting would it be if QB Jacob Coker and QB Jameis Winston played against each other for all of the marbles this year? The Crimson Tide are just flat out always good, and we are never going to count them out for as long as Head Coach Nick Saban is there. Alabama should be looking for big time revenge against the Auburn Tigers back in Tuscaloosa, and we have to imagine that game will be won this time around. An undefeated season isn’t out of the question if Coker really is the real deal as many suspect that he is.

Oklahoma Sooners (+1200) – The Sooners are the odds on favorites to win the Big XII this year, and that’s a good indication that they are going to end up being in the college football playoff. Head Coach Bob Stoops has a lot of pressure on his back to perform this season though, as it has been a while since OU has been relevant in the national landscape. That pressure could end up being problematic going forward.

Ole Miss Rebels (+3300) – Head Coach Hugh Freeze has been working on these Rebels for quite some time, and he has a sophomore class this season which could be as good as any class in America. The team has a real opportunity to start out 4-0, and that’s when Alabama pays its visit to Oxford. If the Rebs can figure out how to get two of the three from Alabama at home, LSU on the road, and Auburn at home, there is a real chance to finish out at 10-2 or so. Is that really going to be good enough to play in the college football playoff? We wouldn’t count out the possibility of that being the case.

Texas Longhorns (+4000) – Heading back to the Big XII, let’s talk about the Longhorns here for a second. Head Coach Charlie Strong is at least going to bring a different mentality to Texas football, and though he says that this team is still at least two years away from really competing for a title, we aren’t all that sure that will be the case. Strong can really coach a defense up, and the talent has been here for years in Austin for this defense to be one of the best in this conference. If a quarterback can just step it up in the summer and lead this team, the Longhorns could be contenders in this conference sooner rather than later.

Odds To Make 4 Team Playoff:

Alabama to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +110
No -140

Florida State to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes -325
No +225

Oklahoma to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +135
No -165

Oregon to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes -105
No -125

LSU to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +250
No -400

UCLA to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +275
No -450

Baylor to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +350
No -600

USC to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +550
No -1100

Michigan State to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +300
No -500

Georgia to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +250
No -400

South Carolina to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +400
No -600

Florida to make the 4 team playoffs
Yes +600
No -1000