Odds to Win 2020 College Football Championship

College football fans attending the 2019 championship contest in Santa Clara, California in early January were entertained. Of course Alabama Crimson Tide faithful would argue. Dabo Swinney molested the championship trophy and stated that this Clemson Tigers championship team was the greatest of all time. Swinney’s Tigers had just defeated this century’s football dynasty for the second time in three seasons. And did so as the first perfect playoff champions.  Odds to Win 2020 College Football Championship.

Clemson freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence passed for 347 yards and three touchdowns and the second-ranked Tigers beat No. 1 Alabama 44-16 on Monday night in the College Football Playoff title tilt. As a result Dabo’s dudes top the Caesars Sportbook College Football Futures championship chart.

In the fourth consecutive playoff meeting between the Tigers and Tide a case can be made that the flavor of the Tide dynasty has gone stale. Furthermore the belief among college football informed is that Nick Saban and the tradition rich Bama bunch have stepped aside and handed that sovereignty to Clemson.

Clemson Tigers (23-10)

College football spring games are just an arm’s reach away.  This 2019 regular season the bookmakers on the Vegas Strip have issued the 2019 Tigers (23-10) as the team to beat.

Alabama Crimson Tide (12-5)

Saban and his staff enter the spring with the task of replacing eight starters. And a large number of those are on a defense that lost by four touchdowns in the January title game. The Tide’s offense under the direction of Heisman runner-up Tua Tagovailoa has a plethora of talented wide receivers.  Namely Jerry Jeudy, Henry Ruggs, Devonta Smith, and Jaylen Waddle. Also Tua has a stable of running backs led by Najee Harris to hand the ball to.

The  Tide defense captured most of the blame for the January championship rout.  Saban must replace Quinnen Williams, Mack Wilson, Deionte Thompson, and Isaiah Buggs from a unit that under-performed by most measures.

Is Saban and Alabama in rebuild mode?

Georgia Bulldogs (6-1)

There isn’t a better football recruiting head coach on the global gridiron than Georgia Bulldogs Kirby Smart. And there isn’t a school with more blue-chip football talent than this Bulldogs roster.

Quarterback Jake Fromm doesn’t have to look over his shoulder for a minute, or two, after Justin Fields transferred to Ohio State in January. Running back D’Andre Swift is poised to gallop for mega-yards yards this year behind the top offensive college line. And the 6-1 odds on the ‘Dogs winning the CFP championship is no joke.

Michigan Wolverines (20-1)

The Go Blue offensive under the direction of quarterback Shea Patterson was incomplete against top-tiered defenses. Head coach Jim Harbaugh has surrendered to a higher-power and brought a new offensive director to Ann Arbor. Josh Gattis, after a one-year stint as the co-offensive coordinator at Alabama, has taken off from the SEC and landed in the Big 10. Gattis assisted Tagovailoa and the Bama offensive to the most prolific season in Saban’s tenure. Tua and the Roll Tide offense averaged 45 points per game in 2018.

Other notable College Football Team Odds to Win 2020 CFP

  • Ohio State 10-1
  • Oklahoma Sooners 12-1
  • Texas Longhorns 15-1
  • Florida Gators 25-1
  • LSU Tigers 30-1
  • Oregon Ducks 30-1
  • Nebraska 40-1
  • Notre Dame 40-1


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Odds to Win 2020 College Football Championship

Tony Finn

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