Odds To Win 2022-23 College Football Playoff

Odds To Win 2022-23 College Football Playoff

The college football season is over. The Georgia Bulldogs are the National Champions after coming from behind to beat the Alabama Crimson Tide. While Georgia and the Bulldogs celebrate the championship, smart college football bettors are looking forward to next season. It comes as no surprise that when the Odds To Win 2022-23 College Football Playoff was released, the Bulldogs were not the favorites.

Roll Tide

The odds makers believe that the best team is still Alabama, despite losing to Georgia. According to the odds, Alabama is once again the favorite to win a national championship. Quarterback Bryce Young is expected to return and nick Saban will reload the Tide for another championship run. Alabama is ranked above Georgia and Ohio State who are next on the list.

Other teams with the value to win a championship according to the odds include Clemson, Michigan, Notre Dame, and Texas A&M.

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Odds To Win 2022-23 College Football Playoff

Alabama 5-2

Georgia  9-2

Ohio State 7-1

Clemson 12-1

Oklahoma 15-1

Michigan 15-1

USC 20-1

Notre Dame 25-1

Texas A&M 25-1

Utah 40-1

A Surprise Champion?

When betting on future bets, it is best to consider some long-shot teams which include the ones listed below. The above list shows the top ten college football teams.  Those teams include Wisconsin 40-1, Oklahoma State 40-1, Texas 40-1, Oregon 40-1, Cincinnati 40-1, Florida 40-1, and Baylor 50-1. Last year Cincinnati and Michigan surprised many experts by making the playoffs. Which team will surprise next season?

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