College Football National Championship Odds: Opening Georgia vs. TCU Spread, Over/Under, Moneyline

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And then there were two left standing in the college football national championship: The TCU Horned Frogs and Georgia Bulldogs. And that means the college football national championship odds for Georgia vs. TCU are officially live.

TCU was 200-1 preseason. Georgia needed a comeback Saturday night to punch their ticket to next Monday's winner-take-all and defend the title.

How's that for chaos?

Early odds have Georgia as a 14.5-point favorite against TCU on the betting line, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

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It wasn't pretty, but Georgia hung 40-plus and rattled off frequent chunk plays both on the ground and through the air in a 42-41 win over Ohio State.

The Horned Frogs upset Michigan in the Fiesta Bowl. The Horned Frogs continue covering like maniacs going 10-3-1 against the spread entering the title game.

The Georgia vs. TCU over/under, meanwhile, features an early total of 60.5.

Both semifinal games sailed over the total on Saturday.

TCU and Michigan combined for nearly 100 points in the Horned Frogs' 51-45 semifinal victory.

Georgia and Ohio State, on the other hand, cashed the over by third quarter late Saturday night.

The Bulldogs are -710 on the moneyline at the time of writing for next Monday at SoFi Stadium. They're looking to become the first repeat champs in the CFP era.

The Horned Frogs are priced at +490.

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