Projected College Football Playoff Odds & Spreads for All Possible Matchups
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Conference championship weekend cemented the College Football Playoff picture, but not without a couple scares along the way.
LSU won the SEC Championship over Georgia, nearly doubling up the Bulldogs’ total yards a 37-10 victory.
LSU’s Joe Brady has proven to be the biggest preseason hire on the offensive side of the ball, while the biggest defensive hire belongs to Oklahoma.
Alex Grinch had the Sooners ready on defense for the Big 12 Championship against Baylor. The Bears scored 23 points thanks mostly to two huge plays in the fourth quarter. They had just eight first downs. Oklahoma has an astounding six sacks, seven quarterback hurries and 15 tackles for loss.
Clemson cruised to an ACC title, while Ohio State did not take its first lead against Wisconsin until the third quarter but survived to win the Big Ten.
Now, the College Football Playoff appears set.
The Action Network power ratings have been finalized before final College Football Playoff ranking. We can use the numbers to project every bowl game and beat the betting market on opening numbers.
As for the playoff, here are the projected spreads for possible matchups in the Fiesta Bowl, Peach Bowl and national title game:
Projected College Football Playoff Odds
- Ohio State vs. Clemson (-2.5)
- LSU vs. Ohio State (-1.5)
- Oklahoma vs. Ohio State (-9.5)
- LSU vs. Clemson (-4)
- Oklahoma vs. Clemson (-12)
- Oklahoma vs. LSU (-8)
From the Cure and Cheez-It bowls to the College Football Playoff, bowl season is here. We’ll have plenty of content for every single bowl, including projected spreads on Sunday and matchup previews as we get closer to each game.
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Final College Football Power Ratings for 2019