2014-15 College Football Championship Odds

With the BCS gone the way of the dodo, fans across the globe are excited to finally welcome a playoff system to NCAA Football. Most sportsbooks have posted their 2014-15 College Football Championship Odds and, as expected, many of the usual suspects dominate the top spots. Below shows how the odds have fluctuated at Sportsbook.com:

Team
(9/15)
(9/8)
(9/2)
(8/23)
(7/21)
Odds (6/13)
Opener (5/2)
Florida State +550 +500 +400 +360 +500 +600 +300
Alabama +650 +800 +800 +600 +650 +650 +550
Oregon +700 +800 +900 +700 +750 +700 +550
Oklahoma +750 +900 +900 +1200 +1400 +1500 +1500
Auburn +800 +1200 +1200 +1000 +850 +1000 +2000
UCLA +1400 +1500 +1400 +1400 +1400 +1500 +2200
Texas A&M +1500 +1200 +1800 +10000 +10000 +8000 +6000
Georgia +1800 +1000 +1200 +1300 +1300 +2000 +6000
Baylor +1800 +2500 +3000 +3000 +3000 +3000 +2200
LSU +1800 +2000 +2000 +2500 +2500 +2500 +2200
Notre Dame +2500 +6500 +6500 +7500 +6500 +4500 +6000
Ohio State +2800 +3000 +2000 +2000 +1200 +1000 +1500
Michigan St +3000 +3000 +2000 +3000 +3500 +3000 +2500
USC +3000 +1200 +2000 +2800 +3000 +3000 +5000
Ole Miss +3500 +4500 +4500 +4500 +4500 +4500 +3500
Florida +3800 +3500 +4500 +3500 +3500 +3500 +7500
South Carolina +4000 +7500 +6500 +2300 +2500 +3000 +6000
Stanford +5000 +7000 +6000 +6500 +6500 +3500 +3000
Wisconsin +5500 +6500 +6500 +3000 +3500 +3500 +2500
BYU +6500 +7000 +35000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +10000
Nebraska +7000 +10000 +7500 +11000 +11000 +8000 +10000
TCU +7500 +12000 +12000 +17500 +17500 +50000 +20000
Kansas St +7500 +8000 +8500 +10000 +10000 +8000 +6000
Missouri +10000 +12000 +12000 +11000 +11000 +6500 +6000
Clemson +11000 +11000 +11000 +8000 +8000 +6500 +6000
Arizona St +12000 +12000 +12000 +12500 +12000 +4500 +3000
Washington +12000 +8500 +8500 +8500 +8500 +11000 +10000
Mississippi St +12000 +12000 +12000 +12000 +12000 +11000 +10000
Arizona +12000 +12500 +22500 +12500 +12000 +11000 +10000
'Field' +20000 +10000 +10000 +10500 +12500 +7500 +7500
North Carolina +20500 +20000 +12000 +10000 +10000 +11000 +10000
Oklahoma St +22500 +22500 +22500 +20000 +20000 +6500 +6000
Louisville +30000 +9000 +5000 +30000 +30000 +30000 +30000
Virginia Tech +30000 +6000 +20000 +20000 +20000 +20000 +10000
Pittsburgh +30000 +30000 +50000 +100000 +100000 +50000 +30000
Iowa +30000 +7500 +7500 +10000 +10000 +11000 +10000
Miami FL +50000 +17500 +7500 +20000 +20000 +11000 +10000
Michigan +50000 +25000 +8000 +8500 +8500 +6500 +7500
Tennessee +50000 +20000 +20000 +20000 +20000 +11000 +10000
Texas +50000 +20000 +7500 +8500 +8500 +5000 +5000
Oregon St +50000 +50000 +50000 +100000 +100000 +20000 +30000
Georgia Tech +50000 +50000 +50000 +100000 +100000 +50000 +30000
Duke +100000 +75000 +75000 +100000 +100000 +30000 +30000
Utah +100000 +100000 +100000 +100000 +100000 +50000 +30000
Utah St +500000 +500000 +500000 +50000 +50000 +50000 +30000
Northwestern +500000 +500000 +500000 +20000 +20000 +30000 +10000
Vanderbilt +500000 +500000 +300000 +100000 +100000 +50000 +30000
Washington St +500000 +500000 +500000 +100000 +100000 +30000 +30000
Boise St +500000 +500000 +500000 +30000 +30000 +50000 +30000
Texas Tech +500000 +40000 +30000 +50000 +50000 +20000 +20000

After these futures were released the well-respected 5Dimes sportsbook posted their own odds to win the new College Football Playoff, only with a twist. Bettors have the option of betting eleven different top-ranked teams to win the Championship, however, they have also the option to take the field.

Think Florida State is overrated following their title last season? Then take the field at -700 and bettors would cash if any team other than the Seminoles wins it all.

Preseason Odds to Win it all:

School
Yes
No
Florida State +500 -700
Alabama +775 -1200
Oregon +1000 -1500
Ohio State +1150 -1800
Auburn +1150 -1800
Oklahoma +1300 -2150
Georgia +2000 -4000
LSU +2100 -4200
UCLA +2500 -5000
Michigan State +2600 -5400
Baylor +3000 -7000

Which team do you think is undervalued? Will Jameis Winston and Florida State be able to repeat at National Champions? Make sure to leave your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below.

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