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College Football National Championship Odds: Georgia Now Odds-On Favorite Following Win Over Tennessee

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Week 10 of the college football season proved to be a pivotal one, as Georgia throttled Tennessee in a battle of undefeated teams while LSU picked up a massive win over Alabama.

Elsewhere in the country, Ohio State battled through tough conditions to slog out a win over Northwestern, and TCU earned yet another victory to move to 9-0.

There are now four remaining undefeated teams in the country: Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and TCU.

The four teams are near the top of the odds board, but three are seen as legitimate contenders for the title.

Georgia is now an odds-on favorite at BetMGM, with a -105 price to win a second consecutive National Championship.

As you would imagine, Ohio State is holding its position behind the Bulldogs, but the Buckeyes moved longer from +200 to +225 following Week 10.

It’s unsurprising given their struggles with Northwestern, but that movement is likely more due to the dominant showing from Georgia.

The Wolverines have the next-shortest odds on the board with a +800 price. They were +1600 entering the week, but losses for Alabama and Clemson provided a big boost.

Speaking of those two teams, the Crimson Tide are now +4000 while Clemson is +8000.

Alabama is still favored ahead of undefeated TCU, who is +5000 to win it all.

Over in the Pac-12, there are three teams with one loss. Oregon (+2500), USC (+5000) and UCLA (+10000) are not getting a ton of respect from oddsmakers, but they’re all alive to make the playoff.

Finally, LSU moved down to +5000 after its victory over Alabama. No other squad is shorter than +10000.

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