OddsShark National Title Odds For College Football

The College Football Playoff rankings and the sportsbooks don’t agree on the top team in the nation heading into Week 11 of the season. Georgia sits at No. 1 in the latest CFP rankings, while Alabama is atop the national title odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

The Crimson Tide are the -140 favorites (bet $140 to win $100) on the latest odds to win the national championship at the sportsbooks, a position they’ve held since the beginning of the season. It’s the Bulldogs, though, that lead the CFP rankings, with the Tide No. 2 in that poll. Georgia is second on the odds to win the national championship at +400, with both SEC schools having a chance to make the Playoff with the right set of results to close the season.

Georgia and Alabama are both 9-0 on the season. Fellow undefeated teams Miami (8-0) and Wisconsin (9-0) are both at +1600 on the latest national title odds, but trail a quartet of one-loss teams at No. 7 and No. 8 in the CFP rankings. The Hurricanes will get a chance to remedy that situation on Saturday, as they face Notre Dame as 3.5-point home underdogs.

The 8-1 Fighting Irish are at No. 3 in the CFP rankings, and also sit third at +700 on the national title odds along with 8-1 Clemson (No. 4 in the CFP rankings). No. 5 Oklahoma and No. 6 TCU round out the top eight teams in the CFP rankings; the Sooners sit at +1400 on the national title odds, with the Horned Frogs farther back at +4000. Oklahoma and TCU have a showdown on Saturday, with the Sooners 7-point home favorites for the Big 12 matchup.

No. 9 Washington is at +2500 on the national title odds, with No. 10 Auburn listed at +4000.

College Football Championship Odds

Alabama -140

Georgia +400

Clemson +700

Notre Dame +700

Oklahoma +1400

Miami +1600

Wisconsin +1600

Washington +2500

Auburn +4000

TCU +4000

Ohio State +7500

Penn State +10000

Oklahoma State +10000

Michigan +10000

Central Florida +10000

Michigan State +10000


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