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College Football Playoff Rankings & Betting Odds [Updated Nov 28]

The second wave of the College Football Playoffs rankings brought a shocker. Alabama is out of the top spots despite there being two SEC teams inside the main four seeds.

Is Bama completely out of it? Of course not, but Nick Saban can’t be happy with the recent development of the rankings. 

Let’s take a look at the updated college football team rankings and odds to win the National Championship.

1. LSU Tigers +125

The LSU Tigers moved from +240 to +125 in a span of a week, giving the bet a lot more value.

The Tigers have excelled and are now at the top of the rankings. They face off against the Oklahoma Sooners during the Peach Bowl, and a chance to play in the National Championship game.

2. Ohio State Buckeyes +250

The Buckeyes dropped from +160 to +250 after yet another victory last week. They have earned their spot in the College Football Playoff, as they face Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl.

Their current odds (+250) have a 28.6% implied probability of winning the title.

3. Clemson Tigers +240

Clemson is getting the respect of a current national Champ. They managed to end the regular season undefeated, no surprise with their easy schedule. They improved their odds from +275 to +240, as they face Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl for their shot at the National Championship title.

The Tigers will get to the College Football playoffs undefeated with just one win over a ranked team. If they weren’t the current champs, their resume wouldn’t be enough to get to the final four.

At +240, a bet on Clemson to win the National Championship has a 29.4% implied probability.

4. Oklahoma Sooners +1200

The Sooners took over the #4 spot after the Bulldogs fell behind with two losses this season.

Oklahoma managed to slip through as the fourth-ranked team this season. This didn’t really help their odds, as they are currently at+1200. This is no surprise, as they now face #1 LSU in the Peach Bowl, and it is very unlikely they will make it through the Playoff stage.

Oklhoma has very low odds of winning the National Championship, with just a 7.7% implied probability of ultimately winning the title.

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2019-20 College Football Rankings & Betting Odds [Final Rankings]

The final update to the NCAA Football rankings, as Bowl season starts! Look at the latest betting lines and odds to win the 2020 College Football National Championship and the ranked teams below:

Rank Team Record Odds
#1 LSU 13-0 +125
#2 Ohio State 13-0 +250
#3 Clemson 13-0 +240
#4 Oklahoma 12-1 +1200
#5 Georgia 11-2
#6 Oregon 11-2
#7 Baylor 11-2
#8 Wisconsin 10-3
#9 Florida 10-2
#10 Penn State 10-2
#11 Utah 11-2
#12 Auburn 9-3
#13 Alabama 10-2
#14 Michigan 9-3
#15 Notre Dame 10-2
#16 Iowa 9-3
#17 Memphis 12-1
#18 Minnesota 10-2
#19 Boise State 12-1
#20 Appalachian State 12-1
#21 Cincinnati 10-3
#22 Southern California 8-4
#23 NAVY 9-2
#24 Virginia 9-4
#25 Oklahoma State 8-4
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*College Football National Championship odds updated on December 9, 2019 taken from SportsBetting.ag

Alonzo Solano

Alonzo Solano - Sports Analyst & Picks Writer

Alonzo is a Sports Analyst who has covered College Football and NFL odds for SafestBettingSites but don’t be surprised if you read him on any other sport. He’s a gaming analyst looking for winners every weekend.

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