College Football Odds and News: Odds To Win the 2015 BCS National Championship
Mitch looks at the Las Vegas odds to win the National Championship Playoff
2014-2015 College Football Season
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It’s the first year of College Football’s Playoff and while we know the system will be tweaked in the coming years, here’s the odds of winning it all this season:
Alabama (6.5-1)-This is actually a bigger price than we are used to on the Tide, and we can at least expect them to be in the conversation.
Arizona State (40-1)-At a school know to produce pro level talent in all sports they might have the right coach to outscore heir way into contention.
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Arizona (100-1)-A few year’s back Rich Rodriguez had West Virginia in position, we would think at Arizona he would be in better shape with the recruiting base.
Arkansas (50-1)-It has been nothing short of an outright disaster in Fayetteville in recent years.
Auburn (18-1)-Came up just short last year and they are still loaded with talent though some of the names have changed.
Baylor (35-1)-With Art Briles it is tough to say this team “Can’t” do anything.
Boise State (250-1)-Year one of the post-Peterson Era, but people thought they could never replace Hawkins.
Boston College (500-1)-I know BC has some talent but even at 500-1 the odds aren’t high enough.
BYU (100-1)-The Cougars will have chances to get on the radar but it will be tough for them to stay there.
Cincinnati (150-1)-Year two for Tommy Tubberville but they are on the outside looking in at the other conferences.
Clemson (50-1)-Taj Boyd and Sammy Watkins are too much to replace and the schedule doesn’t help.
Florida (80-1)-The first step is to put last year in the rear view mirror.
Florida State (3.5-1)- Back to back? Not even with Winston, the Noles lost too much.
Georgia (35-1) – It normally takes QB’s a few games on the field to get used to Richt’s system.
Georgia Tech (250-1)- Anyone think the option is losing it’s charm?
Iowa (100-1)- National title is a big reach.
Kansas State (65-1)- No one is ready to count The General out after what he has done since his return.
Louisville (200-1) – They lose talent and their staff but they guy who made them who they are is back.
LSU (20-1)- Huge odds on the team with the best recruiting classes on the roster.
Miami (80-1) – Improving but the defense isn’t good enough.
Michigan (30-1) – I have seen nothing that makes me believe this team can contend.
Michigan State (25-1) – The Spartans were as hot as they come at the end of last season.
Missouri (50-1) – The Tigers were stars last season, have too much to replace this season.
Mississippi State (100-1) – Eventually those slow starts are going to be disastrous seasons.
Nebraska (80-1) – Does Bo know how to win in Lincoln?
North Carolina (100-1) – The Heels seem to get a ton of talent and they have no shortage again this year.
Notre Dame (60-1) – Last time Golson started for the season the Irish played in the title game.
Ohio State (12-1) – OSU looked to have a claim to a spot in the title game and then it all came undone.
Oklahoma (8-1) – Last year’s bowl performance is exactly what Sooner fans have been waiting a decade for.
Oklahoma State (50-1) – Long odds for a team that has come one mishap from the title game the past few years.
Ole Miss (40-1) – Looks like they have found their coach but life in the SEC isn’t easy.
Oregon (8-1) – After the Ducks packed it in last year can they find their mojo again?
Oregon State (125-1) – The Beavers will have their work cut out for them but have the coaching to get it done.
Pittsburgh (250-1) – The Panthers move to the ACC and final have a stable coach.
South Carolina (50-1) – We’ll find out plenty right out of the gate against Texas A&M.
Stanford (25-1) – Shaw has delivered in recruiting, this could be the best value on the board.
TCU (250-1) – No one has to worry about the Frogs when it comes to effort.
Tennessee (80-1) – Is year two of the Butch Jones era the year the Vols are relevant again?
Texas (60-1) – It isn’t like Charlie Strong inherited a roster of nobodies.
Texas A&M (65-1)- Johnny Football didn’t leave the Aggies high and dry; they are loaded.
Texas Tech (125-1) – The Red Raiders simply need to finish, something they didn’t do last year.
UCLA (20-1) – The Bruins are favored to at least make the Pac-12 Title game.
USC (30-1) – I didn’t like the choice at head coach.
Virginia Tech (100-1) – Does anything Frank Beamer accomplishes come as a surprise anymore?
Washington (125-1) – Lost their head coach, ended up with a better one.
West Virginia (150-1) – If the Mountaineers struggle we will see a new coach on the sidelines.
Wisconsin (30-1) – The Badgers lost a bunch of motor players but they are still solid.
Field (20-1) – I just don’t see a ton of value here as the best of the bunch would be 100-1 or longer.
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