College Football Championship Futures

Quarterback Everett Golson is now a member of the Florida State Seminoles, and the online sportsbooks have boosted their odds to win the 2016 College Football Championship Game as a result of the transfer by the former Notre Dame pivot.

The Seminoles were back at 33/1 odds to win the College Football Championship Game at Bovada two weeks ago, but with Golson joining Florida State for the upcoming season that betting line now sits at just 12/1 at the online sportsbook.

The leaders on those college football futures continue to be the Ohio State Buckeyes at 7/2, with the Alabama Crimson Tide at 7/1, and the TCU Horned Frogs at 10/1. The Auburn Tigers are tied with Florida State at 12/1, with the USC Trojans set at 18/1.

Odds To Win 2016 College Football Champ. Game at Bovada as of May 20
  • Ohio State 7/2
  • Alabama 7/1
  • TCU 10/1
  • Auburn 12/1
  • Florida State 12/1
  • USC 18/1
  • Notre Dame 20/1
  • Baylor 20/1
  • Clemson 22/1
  • Oregon 22/1
  • Georgia 25/1
  • Michigan State 25/1
  • Oklahoma 25/1
  • LSU 28/1
  • UCLA 28/1
  • Stanford 33/1
  • Arkansas 40/1
  • Michigan 40/1
  • Texas A&M 40/1
  • Mississippi 40/1
  • Tennessee 50/1
  • Florida 66/1
  • Mississippi State 66/1
  • Nebraska 66/1
  • Oklahoma State 66/1
  • Texas 66/1
  • Arizona State 66/1
  • Miami 75/1
  • Wisconsin 75/1
  • Arizona 100/1
  • Georgia Tech 100/1
  • Louisville 100/1
  • South Carolina 100/1
  • Virginia Tech 100/1
  • Washington 100/1
  • Penn State 100/1
  • Utah 100/1
  • Missouri 150/1
  • Boise State 200/1
  • BYU 200/1
  • Kansas State 200/1
  • Texas Tech 200/1
  • West Virginia 250/1
  • North Carolina 300/1
  • Boston College 500/1
  • California 500/1
  • Cincinnati 500/1
  • Iowa 500/1
  • Oregon State 500/1
  • Pittsburgh 500/1
  • Rutgers 500/1
  • South Florida 500/1
  • Northwestern 500/1
  • UCF 500/1
  • Marshall 500/1
  • Maryland 500/1
  • Duke 500/1
  • Minnesota 500/1

Archived Articles

The Ohio State Buckeyes were so impressive in the 2015 college football championship game that the online sportsbooks opened them as the favorites to win the national title once again in 2016.

At Bovada the Buckeyes sit as the 7/2 favorites on the odds to win the 2016 college football championship game, with Ohio State topping Oregon 42-20 as an underdog on the betting lines in the 2015 title game. Cardale Jones threw for 242 yards and a touchdown for the Buckeyes in that victory, while Ezekiel Elliott exploded for 246 yards and four touchdowns.

Alabama is then second at 7/1 on the odds to win the 2016 college football championship game at Bovada, with TCU at 10/1, Auburn at 12/1, USC at 14/1, Notre Dame at 18/1, and Baylor at 20/1. Clemson, Oklahoma, and Oregon are all currently listed at 22/1 odds to win the title game in 2016.

Odds To Win 2016 College Football Champ. Game at Bovada as of May 5
  • Ohio State 7/2
  • Alabama 7/1
  • TCU 10/1
  • Auburn 12/1
  • USC 14/1
  • Notre Dame 18/1
  • Baylor 20/1
  • Clemson 22/1
  • Oklahoma 22/1
  • Oregon 22/1
  • Georgia 25/1
  • Michigan State 25/1
  • LSU 28/1
  • Arkansas 33/1
  • Florida State 33/1
  • Stanford 33/1
  • Michigan 40/1
  • Mississippi 40/1
  • UCLA 40/1
  • Arizona State 50/1
  • Tennessee 50/1
  • Texas 50/1
  • Texas A&M 50/1
  • Wisconsin 50/1
  • Florida 66/1
  • Mississippi State 66/1
  • Nebraska 66/1
  • Georgia Tech 75/1
  • Miami 75/1
  • Oklahoma State 75/1
  • Arizona 100/1
  • Kansas State 100/1
  • Louisville 100/1
  • Penn State 100/1
  • South Carolina 100/1
  • Utah 100/1
  • Virginia Tech 100/1
  • Washington 100/1
  • West Virginia 100/1
  • Missouri 150/1
  • Boise State 200/1
  • BYU 200/1
  • Texas Tech 200/1
  • California 300/1
  • North Carolina 300/1
  • Northwestern 300/1
  • South Florida 300/1
  • Boston College 500/1
  • Cincinnati 500/1
  • Duke 500/1
  • Iowa 500/1
  • Marshall 500/1
  • Maryland 500/1
  • Minnesota 500/1
  • Oregon State 500/1
  • Pittsburgh 500/1
  • Rutgers 500/1
  • UCF 500/1

-------------------------------

The Oregon Ducks are favored over the Ohio State Buckeyes on the odds to win the College Football Championship Game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Monday, January 12, with Marcus Mariota and company getting the support from the online sportsbooks in the title game of the inaugural College Football Playoff.

Heading into the New Year's Day national semifinal matchups the Alabama Crimson Tide were the championship favorites, followed by Oregon, Florida State, and Ohio State. The Crimson Tide, however, were knocked off by the Buckeyes by a score of 42-35 in the Sugar Bowl, while the Seminoles had their lengthy winning streak snapped with a 59-20 loss to the Ducks in the Rose Bowl.

Odds to Win 2015 College Football Championship Game at Bovada as of January 5:

Ohio State +7
Oregon -7

-------------------------------

The inaugural field for the College Football Playoff has now been set, and it's the Alabama Crimson Tide who sit at the top of the odds at the online sportsbooks to win the College Football Championship Game in Arlington on January 12.

At Bovada the Crimson Tide sit as the 11/10 favorites on the odds to win the College Football Championship Game as they prepare to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in one of the playoff semifinal matchups in the Sugar Bowl on January 1. The Buckeyes are sitting last at 8/1 on the College Football Championship Game odds.

The Oregon Ducks are then second at 17/10 on the College Football Championship Game odds at Bovada as they look ahead to their playoff semifinal matchup against the Florida State Seminoles in the Rose Bowl on January 1. The Seminoles are third at 6/1 on the championship odds.

Odds to Win 2015 College Football Championship Game at Bovada as of December 25:

Alabama 11/10
Oregon 17/10
Florida State 6/1
Ohio State 8/1

College Football Championship Game Exact Matchup

Alabama vs Oregon -150
Alabama vs Florida State +375
Ohio State vs Oregon +375
Ohio State vs Florida State +1100

-------------------------------

Heading into conference championship weekend the Alabama Crimson Tide sit as the 17/10 favorites on the odds to win the College Football Championship Game at Bovada, followed by the Oregon Ducks at 5/2, and the TCU Horned Frogs at 5/1. The defending-champion Florida State Seminoles have slipped to 13/2 on the national title odds at the top online sportsbook.

Baylor is then at 9/1 on the odds to win the College Football Championship Game at Bovada, with Ohio State the last of the true contenders at 12/1 odds as the regular season slate wraps up.

Odds to Win 2015 College Football Championship Game at Bovada as of November 30:

Alabama 17/10
Oregon 5/2
TCU 5/1
Florida State 13/2
Baylor 9/1
Ohio State 12/1
Missouri 28/1
Wisconsin 33/1
Georgia Tech 40/1
Arizona 50/1
Kansas State 50/1

-------------------------------

The Alabama Crimson Tide are sitting as the 7/2 favorites on the odds to win the College Football Championshp Game at Bovada, followed by Oregon at 4/1, Florida State and TCU at 7/1, and Mississippi State and Ohio State at 15/2 on those football futures.

The dwindling list at the online sportsbook then has Baylor at 12/1, Arizona State at 16/1, Nebraska at 18/1, and both Georgia and Ole Miss at 25/1. Auburn holds down a line of 33/1 odds on that list, with UCLA a 66/1 longshot.

Odds to Win 2015 College Football Championship Game at Bovada as of November 10:

Alabama 7/2
Oregon 4/1
Florida State 7/1
TCU 7/1
Mississippi State 15/2
Ohio State 15/2
Baylor 12/1
Arizona State 16/1
Nebraska 18/1
Georgia 25/1
Ole Miss 25/1
Auburn 33/1
UCLA 66/1

-------------------------------

After a tumultuous weekend in college football the Florida State Seminoles remain at the top of the odds to win the College Football Championship Game this season, but it's now Auburn, Georgia, and Michigan State that trail them on the updated college football futures board at the sportsbooks.

Florida State is the 11/2 favorite on the odds to win the College Football Championship Game at Bovada, followed by Auburn at 6/1, and both Georgia and Michigan State at 8/1. The Alabama Crimson Tide are now in fourth place on that list at 10/1, with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at 12/1, and Ohio State, Oklahoma, Baylor, and Mississippi at 14/1. The Oregon Ducks have slipped all the way to 22/1 on the futures list at Bovada for this week.

Odds to Win 2015 College Football Championship Game at Bovada as of October 6:

Florida State 11/2
Auburn 6/1
Georgia 8/1
Michigan State 8/1
Alabama 10/1
Notre Dame 12/1
Baylor 14/1
Mississippi 14/1
Ohio State 14/1
Oklahoma 14/1
Mississippi State 16/1
Oregon 22/1
TCU 25/1
UCLA 25/1
Texas A&M 40/1
Arizona 50/1
Kansas State 66/1
Marshall 66/1
Oklahoma State 66/1
Florida 75/1
Nebraska 75/1
Georgia Tech 100/1
Louisville 100/1
Missouri 100/1
USC 100/1
Iowa 150/1

-------------------------------

After winning the 2014 college football championship the Florida State Seminoles are pegged as the 9/2 favorites to repeat with another national title in 2015 - just ahead of the 7/1 Alabama Crimson Tide. Oregon is at 8/1 odds, with Oklahoma at 9/1, Auburn at 10/1, and Ohio State having fallen down to 18/1 with quarterback Braxton Miller set to miss the whole year with a shoulder injury.

Odds to Win 2015 College Football Championship Game at Bovada as of September 1:

Florida State 9/2
Alabama 7/1
Oregon 8/1
Oklahoma 9/1
Auburn 10/1
Georgia 12/1
UCLA 14/1
LSU 16/1
Ohio State 18/1
Texas A&M 18/1
Baylor 20/1
Michigan State 20/1
USC 20/1
Florida 40/1
Stanford 40/1
Louisville 50/1
Michigan 50/1
Mississippi 50/1
Notre Dame 50/1
Wisconsin 50/1
Nebraska 66/1
South Carolina 66/1
Texas 66/1
Arizona State 100/1
Iowa 100/1
Kansas State 100/1
Maryland 100/1
Mississippi State 100/1
Missouri 100/1
North Carolina 100/1
Tennessee 100/1
Washington 100/1
Clemson 150/1
TCU 150/1
Virginia Tech 150/1
Arizona 200/1
Marshall 200/1
Miami 250/1
Oklahoma State 250/1
Rutgers 250/1
BYU 300/1
Texas Tech 300/1
Boston College 500/1
California 500/1
Cincinnati 500/1
Georgia Tech 500/1
Oregon State 500/1
Pittsburgh 500/1
South Florida 500/1

-------------------------------

It'll be Florida State vs. Auburn in the college football title game on January 6, and after going undefeated during the season the Seminoles are pegged by the sportsbooks as the favorites on the odds to win the BCS Championship Game at the Rose Bowl.

Here are the updated BCS championship odds heading into the season's title game.

Odds to Win 2014 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of January 5:

Auburn +9 (+105)
Florida State -9 (-125)

-------------------------------

The Florida State Seminoles are now the betting favorites on the odds to win the BCS Championship Game at the sportsbooks, with the Alabama Crimson Tide falling to a distant fifth on that futures list after getting beaten by the Auburn Tigers in the last game of their regular-season schedule. Here are the updated BCS title odds heading into the conference championships this weekend.

Odds to Win 2014 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of December 1:

Florida State 1/3
Ohio State 4/1
Auburn 5/1
Missouri 12/1
Alabama 50/1

-------------------------------

The Alabama Crimson Tide remain the 5/4 favorites on the odds to win the 2014 BCS Championship Game at the sportsbooks, ahead of the 8/5 Florida State Seminoles and the 9/2 Baylor Bears. The Ohio State Buckeyes are then listed at 17/2 on that list with the Oregon Ducks down to 20/1 as we take a look at the current college football championship futures at the sportsbooks.

Odds to Win 2014 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of November 10:

Alabama 5/4
Florida State 8/5
Baylor 9/2
Ohio State 17/2
Oregon 20/1
Stanford 25/1
Auburn 50/1
Missouri 150/1

-------------------------------

The Alabama Crimson Tide sit ahead of the Oregon Ducks and the Ohio State Buckeyes on the updated odds to win the 2014 BCS Championship Game at the sportsbooks.

The Baylor Bears, Clemson Tigers, and Florida State Seminoles then trail the favorites on that list as we take a look at the current college football championship futures.

Odds to Win 2014 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of October 15:

Alabama 17/10
Oregon 21/10
Ohio State 6/1
Baylor 12/1
Clemson 12/1
Florida State 12/1
LSU 14/1
Louisville 25/1
Miami 25/1
Texas A&M 25/1
UCLA 40/1
Missouri 100/1
South Carolina 100/1
Stanford 100/1

-------------------------------

The Alabama Crimson Tide are college football's national champions once again, having taken care of business against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the title game. And on the opening odds to win the 2014 BCS Championship Game at the sportsbooks the Crimson Tide are starting out on top.

Alabama bounced Notre Dame 42-14 in the 2013 BCS Championship Game at Sun Life Stadium, and they've been listed as the 5/1 favorites to win the 2014 title over 8/1 Oregon and 17/2 Ohio State. The Fighting Irish, meanwhile, are back at 22/1 on that odds list.

Odds to Win 2014 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of January 8:

Alabama 5/1
Oregon 8/1
Ohio State 17/2
LSU 12/1
Texas A&M 12/1
Florida 14/1
Florida State 14/1
Clemson 22/1
Louisville 22/1
Notre Dame 22/1
Miami 25/1
Oklahoma 25/1
South Carolina 25/1
Georgia 28/1
Nebraska 28/1
Stanford 30/1
Texas 30/1
Michigan 33/1
USC 33/1
Oklahoma State 40/1
UCLA 40/1
Mississippi State 50/1
Wisconsin 50/1
TCU 66/1
Virginia Tech 66/1
Boise State 75/1
Michigan State 75/1
North Carolina 75/1
Oregon State 75/1
Arkansas 100/1
Arizona 100/1
Kansas State 100/1
Rutgers 100/1
Tennessee 100/1
Washington 100/1
Cincinnati 125/1
BYU 150/1
Pittsburgh 150/1
West Virginia 150/1
Auburn 200/1
Georgia Tech 200/1
Iowa 200/1
Missouri 250/1
Boston College 300/1
California 300/1
South Florida 300/1

-------------------------------

With college football's regular season winding down there are only five teams left on the odds to win the BCS Championship Game at the sportsbooks, with Alabama and Notre Dame at the top of a list that also includes Georgia, Oregon, and Kansas State. Here's how the national title odds currently look.

Odds to Win 2013 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of November 20:

Alabama 4/7
Notre Dame 5/2
Georgia 6/1
Oregon 17/2
Kansas State 20/1

-------------------------------

Alabama's loss to Texas A&M has dropped them out of the top spot at the online sportsbooks on the odds to win the BCS Championship Game this season. Instead, it's Oregon as the favorite and Kansas State a close second on those college football futures as bowl season quickly approaches.

Odds to Win 2013 BCS Championship Game at TopBet as of November 12:

Oregon -125
Kansas State +150
Alabama +600
Notre Dame +600
Georgia +2,000
Florida +10,000
Louisville +40,000
Clemson +50,000
LSU +50,000
Florida State +100,000
Texas A&M +100,000
South Carolina +150,000

-------------------------------

The Alabama Crimson Tide continue to be the favorites on the college football futures at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 BCS Championship Game as we reach the midway point of the gridiron season.

At Bovada the Crimson Tide are the big 6/5 favorites to claim the national title this season, with Oregon now second at 7/2 odds on those college football futures, and Florida up to third at 8/1 odds on the list. South Carolina and USC are both pegged at 10/1 on the odds to win the college football championship at Bovada right now, while LSU is farther down the 2013 national title odds list with both Kansas State and Notre Dame at 12/1.

Odds to Win 2013 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of October 17:

Alabama 6/5
Oregon 7/2
Florida 8/1
South Carolina 10/1
USC 10/1
Kansas State 12/1
LSU 12/1
Notre Dame 12/1
Oklahoma 16/1
Florida State 20/1
Georgia 50/1
Louisville 50/1
Oregon State 50/1
West Virginia 75/1
Cincinnati 100/1
Clemson 100/1
Mississippi State 100/1

-------------------------------

The Crimson Tide are the current favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 BCS Championship. Here's a full rundown of the listed college football odds to win the 2013 BCS Championship, from the favored Crimson Tide and Tigers down through the longshot teams in college football.

Odds to Win 2013 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of September 18:

Alabama 19/10
LSU 7/2
Florida State 8/1
Oregon 9/1
Georgia 11/1
USC 12/1
Oklahoma 15/1
West Virginia 20/1
Notre Dame 25/1
Stanford 25/1
South Carolina 28/1
Florida 30/1
Texas 30/1
Clemson 40/1
TCU 60/1
Cincinnati 75/1
Mississippi State 75/1
UCLA 75/1
Michigan 80/1
Arizona 100/1
Kansas State 100/1
Louisville 100/1
Michigan State 100/1
Nebraska 100/1
Oklahoma State 100/1
Oregon State 100/1
Wisconsin 125/1
BYU 150/1
Virginia Tech 150/1
Missouri 300/1
Tennessee 300/1
Arkansas 500/1
Boise State 500/1
Georgia Tech 500/1
Miami (Florida) 500/1
Texas A&M 500/1

-------------------------------

The USC Trojans are the current favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 BCS Championship. Here's a full rundown of the listed college football odds to win the 2013 BCS Championship, from the favored Trojans, Crimson Tide, and Tigers down through the longshot teams in college football.

Odds to Win 2013 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of August 20:

USC 3/1
Alabama 5/1
LSU 6/1
Florida State 13/2
Oklahoma 10/1
Oregon 10/1
Georgia 16/1
Arkansas 25/1
Texas 25/1
Virginia Tech 28/1
Michigan 30/1
South Carolina 35/1
Michigan State 40/1
Notre Dame 40/1
Wisconsin 40/1
West Virginia 45/1
Clemson 50/1
Florida 50/1
Nebraska 50/1
Auburn 75/1
TCU 75/1
Boise State 100/1
Oklahoma State 100/1
Kansas State 150/1
Miami (Florida) 150/1
Missouri 150/1
Tennessee 150/1
Mississippi State 200/1
Stanford 200/1
Texas A&M 200/1
Iowa 250/1
UCLA 250/1
BYU 300/1
California 300/1
Cincinnati 300/1
Georgia Tech 300/1
Louisville 300/1
NC State 300/1
Washington 300/1
South Florida 350/1
Arizona 500/1
Boston College 500/1
Oregon State 500/1
Pittsburgh 500/1
Texas Tech 500/1

-------------------------------

The USC Trojans are the current favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 BCS Championship. Here's a full rundown of the listed college football odds to win the 2013 BCS Championship, from the favored Trojans, Tigers, and Crimson Tide down through the longshot teams in college football.

Odds to Win 2013 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of July 3:

USC 3/1
Alabama 11/2
LSU 11/2
Oklahoma 10/1
Florida State 12/1
Oregon 12/1
Georgia 14/1
Arkansas 20/1
Michigan 20/1
Notre Dame 28/1
Texas 28/1
South Carolina 30/1
Virginia Tech 30/1
West Virginia 30/1
Clemson 33/1
Nebraska 40/1
Wisconsin 40/1
Florida 50/1
TCU 50/1
Auburn 60/1
Michigan State 60/1
Boise State 65/1
Kansas State 75/1
Miami (Florida) 75/1
Oklahoma State 80/1
Mississippi State 100/1
Missouri 100/1
Texas A&M 100/1
Tennessee 125/1
Cincinnati 150/1
Iowa 150/1
Louisville 150/1
Penn State 150/1
Arizona 200/1
Boston College 200/1
BYU 200/1
California 200/1
Georgia Tech 200/1
Pittsburgh 200/1
Stanford 200/1
Washington 200/1
NC State 250/1
South Florida 250/1
UCLA 250/1
Oregon State 300/1

-------------------------------

The USC Trojans are the current favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 BCS Championship. Here's a full rundown of the listed college football odds to win the 2013 BCS Championship, from the favored Trojans, Tigers, and Crimson Tide down through the longshot teams in college football.

Odds to Win 2013 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of May 28:

USC 3/1
LSU 5/1
Alabama 11/2
Oregon 10/1
Georgia 12/1
Oklahoma 12/1
Florida State 14/1
Arkansas 20/1
Michigan 25/1
Notre Dame 25/1
Texas 28/1
Virginia Tech 28/1
Clemson 30/1
South Carolina 30/1
West Virginia 30/1
Nebraska 35/1
Wisconsin 40/1
Boise State 50/1
Florida 50/1
Kansas State 50/1
Michigan State 50/1
TCU 50/1
Auburn 60/1
Miami (Florida) 75/1
Mississippi State 75/1
Oklahoma State 75/1
Cincinnati 100/1
Iowa 100/1
Missouri 100/1
Penn State 100/1
Stanford 100/1
Washington 100/1
California 125/1
Pittsburgh 125/1
Arizona 150/1
BYU 150/1
Georgia Tech 150/1
Tennessee 150/1
Texas A&M 150/1
Boston College 200/1
Oregon State 200/1
South Florida 200/1
UCLA 200/1

-------------------------------

The LSU Tigers are the current favorites at the online sportsbooks to win the 2013 BCS Championship. Here's a full rundown of the listed college football odds to win the 2013 BCS Championship, from the favored Tigers, Trojans, and Crimson Tide down through the longshot teams in college football.

Odds to Win 2013 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of March 6:

LSU 19/4
USC 5/1
Alabama 11/2
Oklahoma 10/1
Florida State 12/1
Oregon 12/1
Georgia 14/1
Arkansas 20/1
Notre Dame 20/1
Michigan 22/1
Clemson 25/1
Texas 28/1
Virginia Tech 28/1
Florida 30/1
South Carolina 30/1
West Virginia 30/1
Kansas State 35/1
Nebraska 35/1
Wisconsin 40/1
Auburn 50/1
Boise State 50/1
TCU 50/1
Cincinnati 65/1
Mississippi State 65/1
Washington 65/1
Arizona 75/1
Iowa 75/1
Michigan State 75/1
Oklahoma State 75/1
Stanford 75/1
Missouri 85/1
Miami 100/1
Penn State 100/1
Pittsburgh 100/1
Tennessee 100/1
Texas A&M 100/1
BYU 125/1
California 125/1
North Carolina 125/1
Boston College 150/1
Georgia Tech 150/1
South Florida 150/1
UCLA 150/1
Oregon State 200/1

-------------------------------

The Alabama Crimson Tide won the 2012 BCS Championship Game, but they're still sitting behind the rival LSU Tigers on the college football futures board for the 2013 title contest.

Odds released at Bovada right after the Crimson Tide's 21-0 shutout victory in the BCS Championship Game had LSU as the 4/1 favorite to come back from that defeat and win next year, with Alabama right behind them on the list at 5/1.

USC is next at 9/1 odds to win the 2013 BCS Championship Game, with each of Florida State, Georgia, Oklahoma, and Oregon at 12/1 odds on the futures chart. Notre Dame and Arkansas round out the top college football championship contenders at 18/1.

Odds to Win 2013 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of January 10:

LSU 4/1
Alabama 5/1
USC 9/1
Florida State 12/1
Georgia 12/1
Oklahoma 12/1
Oregon 12/1
Notre Dame 18/1
Arkansas 18/1
Michigan 20/1
Texas 25/1
Clemson 25/1
Virginia Tech 25/1
Florida 30/1
West Virginia 30/1
South Carolina 30/1
Wisconsin 35/1
Nebraska 35/1
Kansas State 35/1
Auburn 50/1
Boise State 50/1
TCU 50/1
Washington 65/1
Cincinnati 65/1
Mississippi State 65/1
Oklahoma State 75/1
Stanford 75/1
Iowa 75/1
Michigan State 75/1
Arizona 75/1
Missouri 85/1
Penn State 100/1
Pittsburgh 100/1
Tennessee 100/1
Texas A&M 100/1
BYU  125/1
California 125/1
Miami 125/1
North Carolina  125/1
UCLA 150/1
Boston College 150/1
Georgia Tech 150/1
South Florida 150/1
Oregon State 200/1

-------------------------------

Just two teams remain in the hunt for the 2012 BCS Championship, with the Alabama Crimson Tide taking on the LSU Tigers in the title game in New Orleans on January 9.

The Tigers were a perfect 13-0 this season and ended up at No. 1 in the BCS rankings. The Crimson Tide, at No. 2 in the BCS rankings this year, went 11-1 and suffered their only loss at the hands of rival LSU.

Odds to Win 2012 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of January 1:

Alabama +1
LSU -1

-------------------------------

The Alabama Crimson Tide and the LSU Tigers top the list of BCS Championship Game futures as they head into their showdown for first place in the rankings this weekend.

Alabama is the leader at 11/10 odds at Bovada to win the national championship in January, with rival LSU just behind them on that list at 7/4 odds.

Oklahoma State (4/1), Stanford (6/1), and Boise State (12/1) round out the top five contenders for college football's championship right now as those schools look to remain unbeaten into bowl season.

Odds to Win 2012 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of November 1:

Alabama 11/10
LSU 7/4
Oklahoma State 4/1
Stanford 6/1
Boise State 12/1
Oklahoma 18/1
Oregon 22/1
Arkansas 30/1
Michigan 75/1
Clemson 100/1

-------------------------------

The Crimson Tide are the new favorites to win the 2012 BCS Championship Game at the sportsbooks, with Oklahoma just behind them on that odds list three weeks into the college football season.

Alabama is getting 7/2 odds at Bovada to win the national title next January, with Oklahoma at 4/1 odds. Boise State and LSU are then tied at 15/2 odds on that chart, with Florida State rounding out the top fives schools at 11/1 odds . . .

Odds to Win 2012 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of September 14:

Alabama 7/2
Oklahoma 4/1
Boise State 15/2
LSU 15/2
Florida State 11/1
Wisconsin 12/1
Stanford 15/1
Virginia Tech 16/1
Florida 20/1
Nebraska 20/1
South Carolina 20/1
Texas A&M 20/1
West Virginia 20/1
Ohio State 25/1
Oklahoma State 25/1
Arkansas 30/1
South Florida 35/1
Arizona State 40/1
Texas 40/1
Michigan State 50/1
Michigan 50/1
Oregon 50/1
Tennessee 50/1
Auburn 100/1
Mississippi State 100/1
North Carolina 100/1
Clemson 125/1
Missouri 125/1
California 150/1
Iowa 150/1
Miami 150/1
Penn State 150/1
Pittsburgh 150/1
TCU 150/1
Georgia Tech 200/1
Kansas State 200/1
UCLA 200/1
Cincinnati 250/1
Washington 300/1
BYU 500/1

-------------------------------

Oklahoma remains the betting favorite to win the 2012 BCS Championship Game as the start of the college football season draws closer.

The Sooners are followed by Alabama and Florida State on the most recent college football futures list, with Oregon, Boise State, and LSU sitting just behind them on the chart . . .

Odds to Win 2012 BCS Championship Game at Bovada as of July 29:

Oklahoma 9/2
Alabama 11/2
Florida State 10/1
Oregon 12/1
Boise State 14/1
LSU 14/1
Florida 16/1
Stanford 16/1
Wisconsin 20/1
Nebraska 25/1
Ohio State 25/1
Texas 25/1
West Virginia 25/1
Notre Dame 28/1
South Carolina 28/1
Arkansas 30/1
Oklahoma State 30/1
Penn State 30/1
TCU 30/1
Virginia Tech 35/1
Texas A&M 40/1
Georgia 50/1
Michigan State 50/1
Miami 60/1
Mississippi State 60/1
Iowa 65/1
Arizona State 70/1
Michigan 75/1
Mississippi 75/1
Missouri 80/1
North Carolina 80/1
Tennessee 80/1
Auburn 100/1
California 100/1
Cincinnati 100/1
Clemson 100/1
Kansas State 125/1
Oregon State 125/1
Arizona 150/1
BYU 150/1
Georgia Tech 150/1
Pittsburgh 150/1
South Florida 150/1
Texas Tech 150/1
UCLA 150/1
Utah 150/1
Washington 150/1
Boston College 175/1

-------------------------------

With Cam Newton leaving Auburn for the NFL the Oklahoma Sooners are the preseason favorites on the BCS National Championship futures.

At Bovada the Sooners are heavy favorites on the futures at 15/4. Part of the Sooners' rise to the top of the odds has to do with a number of other programs losing a ton of talent to the NFL, but it's definitely not the only reason the oddsmakers like what they see in Oklahoma.

The Sooners' offense will once again be led by quarterback Landry Jones. He put up some impressive numbers a year ago, and with another year's experience and a talented supporting cast he should be a Heisman contender. Jones' top receiver Ryan Broyles returns, but there is a change in the backfield with the departure of DeMarco Murray. Look for Roy Finch to make the transition to starting running back pretty easily.

After the Sooners on the odds list come the Alabama Crimson Tide at 11/2. This may be a surprise after the Alabama offense was gutted. Gone from last year's squad are starting QB Greg McElroy, Heisman-winning running back Mark Ingram, and No. 1 receiver Julio Jones. Those are pretty big shoes to fill, but Alabama shouldn't loss much of a step with a strong group of underclassmen ready to step up. A.J. McCarron looks to be the heir to McElroy at quarterback, while Trent Richardson will go from splitting carries with Igram to carrying the bulk of the load out of the backfield. Alabama's defense remains pretty intact from a year ago, which should give the offense a chance to find its way early on in the season.

After the Sooners and Crimson Tide the futures odds rise quickly at Bovada, with Florida State at 10/1, LSU and Oregon both at 12/1, and Boise State and Ohio State at 14/1. If you're looking for Auburn, they're way down the list at 70/1.

From that group we're going to take a closer look at Oregon and Ohio State. The Ducks made it all the way to the title game last season before falling to Auburn. Oregon may be a smart pick for bettors right now at 12/1 because their top playmakers are all returning. Running back LaMichael James and quarterback Darron Thomas both passed on leaving early for the NFL draft to take another run at a national title with the Ducks. James is a definite Heisman contender, and he and Thomas could lead the Ducks beyond last year's finish.

Ohio State is a question mark for bettors this season because of the suspensions that will dog them for their first five games. Due to last year's memorabilia scandal a number of players, most notably starting QB Terrelle Pryor, are suspended for the first five games of the season. Also out for the first five games is head coach Jim Tressel. If not for these suspensions Ohio State would likely be much higher on the odds, and if they can survive their first five games they could be worth a flyer.

Odds to Win the BCS National Championship at Bovada as of April 13:

Alabama 11/2
Arkansas 50/1
Auburn 70/1
Arizona 125/1
Arizona State 75/1
Boise State 14/1
Boston College 150/1
BYU 125/1
California 100/1
Cincinnati 80/1
Clemson 100/1
Florida 18/1
Florida State 10/1
Georgia 50/1
Georgia Tech 150/1
Iowa 60/1
Kansas State 150/1
LSU 12/1
Miami 50/1
Michigan 75/1
Michigan State 40/1
Missouri 65/1
Mississippi 50/1
Mississippi State 50/1
Nebraska 18/1
North Carolina 100/1
Notre Dame 30/1
Ohio State 14/1
Oklahoma 15/4
Oklahoma State 30/1
Oregon 12/1
Oregon State 125/1
Penn State 28/1
Pittsburgh 150/1
South Florida 100/1
Stanford 18/1
TCU 30/1
Tennessee 125/1
Texas 22/1
Texas A&M 40/1
Texas Tech 150/1
UCLA 150/1
Utah 150/1
Virginia Tech 35/1
Washington 150/1
West Virginia 50/1
Wisconsin 30/1
Field 15/1

-------------------------------

Oregon remains the team to beat in college footballl with the best odds to win the BCS title this season.

It is not hard to see why with the highest scoring offense in the nation, the third ranked rushing offense, and a solid defense. They only face one more ranked team this season and that is Arizona in their second to last game. I am picking them, as they are simply the best team in the nation and they have schooled every team they have played.

Alabama has one loss, but Bovada has them with the second best odds at +250. The Tide are on track to play in the SEC title game and if they win that they will likely get a title shot. However, they still have some work to do facing three more ranked teams including second ranked Auburn in their season finale.

I think they will run the table and get to the BCS big game, but they will lose to Oregon. Behind electrifying QB Cam Newton Auburn is in second place in the BCS rankings and Bovada has them at +300 to win it all.

Their big game is their last one facing Alabama, as the winner will likely play in the SEC title game. The Tigers can rack up the yards on the ground with the nation's fourth ranked rushing offense, but can they win the BCS championship with the nation's 57th ranked defense? I say no.

Boise State is at +450 at Bovada, but while it is likely they will go undefeated again they are not in a BCS conference and their schedule is not that strong. They have a great offense and defense, but to get to the big game they may need Oregon, Auburn, and TCU to lose, who are all teams that are ranked higher in the BCS rankings.

Bovada has TCU at +700 and their upcoming game against undefeated Utah, who are at +2500, is HUGE. The winner of that game, which will be TCU, will have to leap-frog some other teams and just like Boise State it does not help at all that they are not in a BCS conference. Nebraska is at +2500 at Bovada and Oklahoma is at +5000 and there is a very good chance they will duke it out in the Big 12 title game.

They are pretty far down in the BCS rankings and even if one wins the Big 12 championship game they will likely need a couple of teams ranked higher than them to lose. Stanford and Ohio State are both at +5000 at Bovada, but Stanford has already lost to Oregon and what hurts both teams more is that they do not play in a conference title game.

These teams are long shots and in my opinion no-shots, as neither is currently ranked in the top 10 of the BCS standings and the many teams ahead of them will have to fall apart. Here are the odds at Bovada to win the BCS title as of November 3rd.

Oregon +140
Alabama +250
Auburn +300
Boise St +450
TCU +700
Utah +2500
Nebraska +2500
Oklahoma +5000
Stanford +5000
Ohio St +5000