National Championship Odds: Where Each Team Stands Following Regular Season

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  • Only seven teams are still listed with odds to win this year's College Football Playoff.
  • Despite its upcoming meeting with Alabama, Georgia is still listed at +1200, ahead of both Ohio State and Oklahoma.

It was only about two and a half months ago that 77 teams were given odds — slim as some of them may have been — at Westgate SuperBook to win this year’s College Football Playoff.

Following the final weekend of the season for most teams, that number is down to seven.

At The Action Network, we’ve been tracking those odds throughout the year in the table below, and they’re now updated through Week 13.

Table defaults to preseason odds. Click on a date to sort.

Only one game, Michigan-Ohio State, had an effect on odds from last week.

Following its victory, Ohio State’s odds jumped to +2000, moving into a tie with Oklahoma as the fifth-most likely teams to win this year’s title, though our projections give OSU a slightly better shot at making the playoff than the Sooners.

Interestingly, Georgia is still ahead of both teams despite a meeting with Alabama this weekend that could end its season.

Georgia is currently a 4-1 underdog in the SEC Championship, so while a trip to the playoff is unlikely, it’s clear that oddsmakers would be high on the Bulldogs’ chances if they were to make it.

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