Updated National Championship 2020 Odds: LSU vs. Clemson Spread, Over/Under Betting Lines

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Jan 14, 2020, 10:40 PM EST
  • LSU closed as a -4 or -4.5 betting favorite over, depending on your sportsbook, for the national championship game.
  • The over/under dropped from 69.5 to 66 and even 65.5 at some shops over the last few days.
  • We're tracking the best prices for Clemson vs. LSU odds so you can get the best of the number regardless of what you're betting on.

Clemson vs. LSU Odds

  • Odds: LSU -4
  • Total: 66
  • Moneyline: LSU -215, Clemson +170
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET
  • TV: ESPN
  • Location: New Orleans, La.

Clemson vs. LSU odds as of Monday night and via FanDuel, where new users can get 150-1 moneyline odds on either Clemson or LSU on Monday night.


Looking to bet the national championship game? You’ll need to find the best price.

If you’re in a legal betting state like New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia, you’ve got some options.

Using our widget below, track the best prices for every market — spread, moneyline and total on both sides.

Tracking Clemson vs. LSU Odds

Clemson vs. LSU odds updated at 7:15 p.m. ET on Monday.

7:15 p.m. ET

PointsBet: While the rest of the market is at LSU -4.5, PointsBet is offering LSU -4 (+100).

The New Jersey-based book also has the best LSU moneyline price at -189.

[In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

FanDuelFanDuel has the best price on Clemson at +4.5 (-110).

[In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia? Bet now at FanDuel]

DraftKings: DK moved quickly after having the highest total just a few hours ago, and is now down to 65.5, which is the best price you’ll find if you want the over.

[In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia? Bet now at DraftKings]

5:30 p.m. ET

PointsBet: PointsBet is still the only New Jersey book at LSU -4.5, so if you like the Bengal Tigers, head there.

[In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

DraftKings: DraftKings is offering the best price (67) if you’re looking to take the under.

Some books around the globe have gone down to 65.5 as of Monday night, and there’s been nothing but under money in the market in the last few days, so don’t expect to see many more 67’s or 67.5’s.

[In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia? Bet now at DraftKings]

William Hill: William Hill is offering the best Clemson moneyline price at +185, and the best price if you like the over (66).

[In New Jersey? Bet now at William Hill]

3:30 p.m. ET

PointsBet: Most of the market is still at LSU -5, but PointsBet has moved to -4.5 (-105) on the Bengal Tigers.

[In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

William Hill: William Hill is offering the best Clemson moneyline price on Monday afternoon at +185.

[In New Jersey? Bet now at William Hill]

SugarHouse: SugarHouse is hanging LSU -5 like most of the market but has the best moneyline price at -195. Almost everyone else is north of -200.

[In New Jersey or Indiana? Bet now at Sugar House]

2 p.m. ET

PointsBet: PointsBet has a slightly better offering than the rest of the market with both sides of the spread at -108. So since all the 5.5’s are gone as of 2 p.m. ET on Monday, your best bet is here.

[In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

FanDuelThe total is 67.5 across the market, but both FanDuel and PointsBet have the under at -105. So if you like the under and want to take it now, head there.

[In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia? Bet now at FanDuel]

11 a.m. ET

SugarHouse: SugarHouse is one of the only books still offering Clemson +5.5 as of Monday morning, if you’re interested in that sort of thing.

SugarHouse also has the best Clemson moneyline price at +190.

[In New Jersey or Indiana? Bet now at Sugar House]

PointsBet: PointsBet has a slightly better offering than the rest of the market with both sides of the spread at -108. Therefore, if you want to bet LSU -5 right now, PointsBet is your best option.

[In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

FanDuelThe total is 67.5 across the market, but both FanDuel and PointsBet have the under at -105. So if you like the under and want to take it now, head there.

[In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia? Bet now at FanDuel]

8 a.m. ET

PointsBet: The New Jersey-based book is offering the best price on Clemson against the spread (+5.5 at -108).

[In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

William Hill: William Hill is one of several books at LSU -5, the best price available on the Bengal Tigers as of Monday morning. They’ve also got the best moneyline odds for the favorite at -190.

[In New Jersey? Bet now at William Hill]

DraftKings: If you want to grab Clemson moneyline, look no further than DraftKings. DK is offering the best moneyline on the underdog at +190, the same number William Hill is offering no the favorite.

[In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia? Bet now at DraftKings]

FanDuelThe total is the same across the market at 67.5, but FanDuel has gone to -115 on the over, so if you like the under and want to bet it now, FanDuel is a good place to do it.

[In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia? Bet now at FanDuel]

Clemson vs. LSU Line History

Before the College Football Playoff semifinals, Clemson was listed as a 1.5-point favorite over LSU in a hypothetical national championship game.

Then LSU blew out Oklahoma, and everything changed.

After the Peach Bowl, Circa Sports in Las Vegas listed LSU as a 3.5-point favorite over either Ohio State or Clemson.

Both sharp and public money hit LSU right away, moving the line to Tigers -4.5.

At DraftKings in New Jersey, Clemson hit as high as +6.5 on Saturday night after the semifinals, while the rest of the market remained at -4.5 and -5.5. Eventually, it fell to +6 and then to +5.5 a day later.

The total has remained pretty steady. Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas did open at 72, but it was bet down immediately, and the rest of the market opened around 69.5.

A few books briefly moved back up to 70, but there are no 70’s left as of Monday — every book is at 67.5 or 68 after sharp money hit the under over the weekend.

It feels unlikely that this line gets to a key number — i.e. -3 or +7 — as it floats in this dead zone.

LSU is getting record betting support, with 69% of the tickets as of Monday morning. That would be the high for any team in the semifinals or national title game in the College Football Playoff era.

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