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CFP National Championship Betting Cheat Sheet: Everything You Need to Bet Ohio State vs. Alabama

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Joel Auerbach/Getty Images. Pictured: The College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy.

  • Find everything you need to bet the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship, including links to every piece of content we've delivered for Monday night's matchup.
  • Check out our staff's best bets, Collin Wilson's epic 13-pick betting guide, myriad player prop picks, exotics, and more ways to bet Ohio State vs. Alabama below:

Looking to bet on the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship Game between No. 3 Ohio State and No. 1 Alabama?

We’ve got you covered with as much betting content as you could ever desire, starting with sides and totals, but also including our staff’s picks for game props, player props, team totals, alternate lines and all forms of exotics.

Below, you’ll find everything you need to bet Monday night’s long-awaited Ohio State vs. Alabama matchup. For those new to betting, we’ve also included information on how and where to legally bet in your state.

Collin Wilson’s CFP National Championship Betting Card

Collin Wilson — The Action Network’s resident college football in-house oddsmaker, analyst, writer and renaissance man — breaks down his full betting card for the CFP National Championship Game.

He analyzes the matchup from every conceivable angle: From special teams, to officiating, and so much more. Then, he delivers on that analysis with 13 picks to fill out a very full betting card for Ohio State vs. Alabama:

How Stuckey is Betting Ohio State vs. Alabama

Also check out analysis from Stuckey, the Official King of Degenerate Nation, Prime Minister of Team No Sleep, Action Network Colleges Podcast host and master of ceremonies — not to mention our senior college football writer.

Among all the betting opportunities available for Monday’s National Championship Game, one wager stands out: The over/under. Check out his betting guide below to find out why he’s betting the Over on an historically-high game total:

Our Staff’s Best Bets for the College Football National Championship Game

Every week this season, our staff of betting analysts has delivered their best bets for the weekend slate of college football, and now we’re down to just one final game.

Did our college football team rest on its laurels? Of course not. Instead, our staff delivered 11 of their top picks for Monday night’s national title game. Check out each of their betting recommendations below:

Two of our writers, Mike Calabrese and Mike Ianniello (yes, our own resident “Mike & Mike” duo), turned Ohio State vs. Alabama into their own personal sparring match. Each took turns establishing their best arguments for backing the Buckeyes or Crimson Tide, respectively, fielded critiques and offered rebuttals from the other side — all in an effort to convince you which side to bet in tonight’s National Championship Game:

Player Props & Exotics

For those of you looking for player props, alternate lines, team totals, teasers, double results, and more — check out Mike Calabrese’s Guide to Betting Props & Exotics, linked below.

Also check out props-focused picks and analysis from Darin Gardner and Collin Wilson below:

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How & Where To Bet On College Football

You can find reviews of the best online sportsbooks in your states, their latest promos and more in this hub.

Legal online sports betting is currently available in the following states:

Colorado | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Michigan | New Hampshire | New Jersey |
Oregon | Pennsylvania | Rhode Island | Tennessee | West Virginia

And here are some of the top online sportsbooks:

DraftKings | FanDuel | BetMGM | PointsBet | William Hill | SugarHouse | BetRivers | bet365 | Parx

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