The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has released its updated 2019 NCAA Football Championship odds, and there are no surprises for who’s on top. Alabama remains the favorite at +175, followed by Clemson (+500), Georgia (+700), and Ohio State (+800).

I’ve got my eye on two teams that have gone to 100/1 after opening at 60/1 in January. I don’t love the hire of Mario Cristobal and I certainly don’t love the performance they put together in the Las Vegas Bowl, but there is a lot to like about Oregon’s schedule next year. The Ducks get Stanford, Washington, Arizona State and UCLA at home. They don’t play USC. They have a bye week before the Washington game, and the Huskies will be on the second half of a road back-to-back after playing at UCLA the week before. Oregon will have one of the country’s best returning quarterbacks in Justin Herbert.

The other team I’ve got my eye on is the Florida Gators. After the month of September, Dan Mullen’s squad will leave the state of Florida once (Oct. 13 at Vanderbilt). The Gators will have four home games, a road game at Florida State, and a neutral site game at Jacksonville. When Mullen took over Mississippi State in 2010, he turned a 5-7 team into a 9-4 team that beat Michigan by 38 in the Gator Bowl. He’s got a pedigree for quick turn-arounds, and aside from Georgia, the rest of the SEC East appears to be wide open.

2019 NCAA Football Championship Odds

2019 NCAA Football Championship Odds - Updated April 9


Jay Richards

Freelance sports writer for a number of local, regional, and national outlets. Owner of a 2014-15 Ohio State National Championship ticket at 75-1. Thank you, Urban Meyer, for funding that vacation to the Bahamas. Proud Penn State graduate and member of the Oakland Raiders' Black Hole.

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