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New College Football Championship Odds Released

September 17, 2023
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The best teams in the nation all seemed to struggle yesterday but still ended up pulling off wins. Georgia, who was a 26.5 point favorite over South Carolina, was able to pull off only a ten point win.

Michigan was a 40.5 point favorite over Bowling Green and yet were only up 14-6 at the half. They were able to put the finishing touches on the game in the second half to win 31-6. But still, they struggled for more than half of the game.

FSU were 26.5 favorites over Boston College and barely pulled out the win 31-29. Boston College stifled the Seminoles at every turn.

Texas was only up 10-7 at halftime over the Wyoming Cowboys. The Longhorns were 30.5 point favorites. They were able to pour it on in the second half winning 31-10. Still, it was not a very impressive outing.

Out west, everyone’s darling Colorado needed double overtime to defeat in-state rivals Colorado State. The Buffs were 23.5 point favs in this matchup. The game was a real seesaw battle and Deion’s team pulled out the big win after trailing for much of the game. Colorado visits Oregon next weekend and Draftkings has already issued a 16.5 line with the Ducks being favored. Something tells me that line will come down to Earth after the public gets their mitts on it.

Let’s take a look at the newly released and updated national championship odds. You may have noticed there is some real movement from last week.

College Football National Championship Odds

(after week 3)

-odds from top rated sportsbook

Georgia +220

Michigan +380

Texas +930

Ohio State +1060

FSU +1070

USC +1425

Penn State +1540

Notre Dame +1730

Washington +2345

LSU +3030

Oregon +3215

Oklahoma +3900

Alabama +4665

Colorado +12895


There is value in taking Alabama at +4665. That is a pretty big payout for a team that was ranked #2 and # 3 just a week or two ago. They still have the athletes and could possibly run the table when they get the QB position squared away.