The odds to win college football’s playoff have recently been updated. The table below shows the futures odds on each team (if available) from BetOnline sportsbook.
Included in our odds table is the implied win probability for each team based on the odds given. This can make it easier to visualize just how likely the books think it is that a certain team will win. We’ve also included a change column, which shows how much a team’s odds have improved or decreased since our last update. The MOV column represents the average margin of victory so far this season (or last season) for that team. Later in the season this can be helpful for setting your own odds or power rankings.
With a dominating performance in the Playoff Finals, the Clemson Tigers are the 2018-19 College Football Champions. It did not take long for oddsmakers to start looking ahead to next season and to post the odds to win the playoff.
As of the latest update, the Clemson Tigers are the odds-on favorite to take home the title. This should not be surprising considering how well the Tigers played in the title game and how many excellent young players they have returning for next season. Alabama also seems to reload and plug in great players at every position each year, so it’s really not shocking that they are listed as the second favorite.
Those two teams were the favorites to win the title most of last season. Who might rise up to challenge them? The odds are long, but the top contenders right now look to be Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan, and Oklahoma.
Championship Matchup: Clemson vs Alabama
Projected Champion: Clemson Tigers
Here’s a look at all of the teams with available odds to win the championship this year, courtesy of BetOnline.
|Team||2018 Record||Conference||2018 MOV||Odds||Change||CFB Playoff|
|Michigan||10-3||Big Ten (East)||21.6||+1200||+200||5.58%|
|Ohio State||13-1||Big Ten (East)||20.1||+1400||-600||4.83%|
|Nebraska||4-8||Big Ten (West)||-9.3||+6600||-2600||1.08%|
|Penn State||9-4||Big Ten (East)||18.8||+6600||None||1.08%|
|Texas A&M||9-4||SEC (West)||2.1||+6600||-1600||1.08%|
|Wisconsin||8-5||Big Ten (West)||9.6||+8000||-1400||0.90%|
|Mississippi State||8-5||SEC (West)||7.4||+10000||-2000||0.72%|
|Miami FL||7-6||ACC (Coastal)||6.4||+10000||-3400||0.72%|
|Michigan State||7-6||Big Ten (East)||2.4||+10000||New||0.72%|
|Virginia Tech||6-7||ACC (Coastal)||-2.7||+15000||-5000||0.48%|
|Iowa||9-4||Big Ten (West)||12.1||+15000||None||0.48%|
|Washington State||11-2||Pac-12 (North)||12.9||+15000||New||0.48%|
|Florida State||5-7||ACC (Atlantic)||-7.3||+15000||New||0.48%|
|Iowa State||8-5||Big 12||3.0||+25000||New||0.29%|
|Purdue||6-7||Big Ten (West)||10.1||+25000||New||0.29%|
|Utah State||11-2||MWC (Mountain)||22.3||+25000||New||0.29%|
|South Florida||7-6||American (East)||4.0||+25000||New||0.29%|
|Northwestern||9-5||Big Ten (West)||1.5||+25000||New||0.29%|
|North Texas||9-4||CUSA (West)||16.2||+50000||New||0.14%|
|Northern Illinois||8-6||MAC (West)||-4.0||+50000||New||0.14%|
|Western Michigan||7-6||MAC (West)||-3.9||+50000||New||0.14%|