2014 College Football Conference Title Odds

The 2014 College Football season kicks off on Thursday, August 28th with a number of games highlighted by Texas A&M at South Carolina. 5Dimes released Week 1 lines very early on, and more recently CG Technologies posted point-spreads for every week 1 game. This year in addition to  2014-15 NCAAF Futures, the new playoff system has created another betting opportunity with 4-Team Playoffs Odds,

While Florida State is the early favorite to repeat as national champs, much of that is due to the lack of competition in their own conference, the ACC. The Seminoles are actually listed at -250 to win the ACC Championship — far better odds than any other school to win their conference.

The tables below display the current College Football Conference Title Odds at Bovada for all five major conferences — the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac 12 and SEC. We’ll continue to update the odds as the season progresses and highlight which teams have moved the most.

ACC Championship Odds

Team
Odds on 8/25
Odds on 8/10
Odds on 7/2
Florida State -333 -275 -250
Louisville +1000 +1000 +1500
Clemson +1000 +1000 +1200
North Carolina +1200 +1000 +1500
Virginia Tech +1200 +1200 +1000
Miami +1200 +1200 +550
Duke +2000 +2000 +1500
Georgia Tech +3300 +2500 +2500
Pittsburgh +4000 +4000 +5000
Virginia +6600 +6600 +5000
Syracuse +6600 +6600 +6600
NC State +10000 +10000 +6600
Boston College +20000 +20000 +5000
Wake Forest +20000 +20000 +15000

Big 12 Championship Odds

Team
Odds on 8/25
Odds on 8/10
Odds on 7/2
Oklahoma -125 -167 -175
Baylor +250 +275 +275
Texas +750 +750 +600
Kansas State +1000 +1000 +1000
Oklahoma State +1200 +1000 +900
TCU +1200 +1400 +1500
Texas Tech +2000 +2000 +3300
West Virginia +6600 +6600 +6600
Iowa State +10000 +10000 +10000
Kansas +10000 +10000 +10000

Big Ten Championship Odds

Team
Odds on 8/25
Odds on 8/10
Odds on 7/2
Ohio State +225 -110 +100
Wisconsin +240 +450 +450
Michigan State +240 +375 +450
Nebraska +750 +550 +500
Michigan +1000 +1000 +600
Iowa +1000 +1200 +1200
Northwestern +3300 +4000 +4000
Maryland +5000 +10000 +10000
Minnesota +7500 +6600 +3300
Indiana +10000 +10000 +6600
Illinois +15000 +20000 +6600
Rutgers +30000 +20000 +20000
Purdue +30000 +25000 +25000

Pac 12 Championship Odds

Team
Odds on 8/25
Odds on 8/10
Odds on 7/2
Oregon +100 +110 +120
UCLA +275 +275 +400
USC +500 +500 +500
Stanford +600 +600 +500
Washington +1400 +1400 +1400
Arizona State +1600 +1200 +600
Arizona +3300 +2500 +2500
Oregon State +3300 +3300 +3300
Utah +6600 +6600 +6600
Washington State +10000 +5000 +2500
Colorado +20000 +20000 +10000
California +20000 +20000 +10000

SEC Championship Odds

Team
Odds on 8/25
Odds on 8/10
Odds on 7/21
Alabama +120 +120 +150
Auburn +450 +500 +500
Georgia +600 +600 +500
LSU +600 +650 +500
South Carolina +600 +650 +500
Florida +1600 +1200 +1300
Ole Miss +1600 +1400 +1600
Missouri +3300 +3300 +2500
Texas A&M +4000 +2500 +2500
Mississippi State +4000 +4000 +3300
Tennessee +6600 +5000 +1800
Arkansas +20000 +10000 +6600
Kentucky +20000 +20000 +10000
Vanderbilt +20000 +25000 +25000

Over the last few weeks, each conference favorite has cemented their place at the top, while other contenders have seen their odds get wider.

In the ACC, Miami has fallen from +550 to +1200, pitting them behind four other teams to win the conference. BC’s opening odds of 50:1 may have been a reach to start with as they’re now all the way up to 200:1. Conference title favorite FSU has moved from -250 to -333.

In the Big 12, favorites Oklahoma have dipped slightly from -175 to -125. Both TCU (+1500 to +1200) and Texas (+600 to +750) have also dropped, while Texas Tech (+3300 to +2000) and Baylor (+275 to +250) have seen their odds improve.

The Big 10 has seen the most movement but mainly due to Heisman hopeful QB Braxton Miller gone for the season for Ohio State. His absence moved them from -110 to +225, but are still favorites just ahead of Wisconsin and Michigan State.

In the Pac 12, Arizona State fell from +600 to +1200, behind Oregon, UCLA, USC, and Stanford. UCLA has seen a considerable jump from +400 to +275, while Washington State has fallen from +2500 all the way to +10000.

In the SEC, a number of teams have moved, highlighted by Tennessee dropping to +6600 from +1800. This huge swing hasn’t been because of injuries or personnel, but rather all the attention that other popular SEC teams like LSU, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida are getting.

Which dark-horses do you think have the best chance of winning their conference? Can anyone contend with Florida State in the ACC? Feel free to leave any comments below.

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