2015 Potential College Football Playoff Odds

As the College Football season winds down, almost every game becomes a potential elimination game with a number of teams vying for a spot in the first ever four-team playoff. The two semifinal games will be played on New Years Day with the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl deciding which teams will compete in the January 12th Championship Game.

There are eight teams who can realistically vie for one of the four playoff spots: Mississippi State, Oregon, Florida State, TCU, Alabama, Arizona State, Baylor and Ohio State — all of whom have one loss or less.

Earlier this week, the Golden Nugget released spreads for a number of potential playoff matchups including these eight teams. Alabama, who is currently a +400 favorite to win it all, would be favored by at least a field goal against all potential competitors. (h/t @ToddFuhrman).

Current NCAAF Futures via 5Dimes:

  1. Alabama +400
  2. Oregon +450
  3. TCU +725
  4. Mississippi State +750
  5. Florida State +800
  6. Ohio State +1200
  7. Baylor +1700
  8. Arizona State +2500

Hypothetical College Football Playoff Odds via Golden Nugget:

Alabama

-3 vs Oregon

-5.5 vs Ohio State

-6.5 vs Florida State

-9 vs TCU

-7 vs Baylor

-7 vs Mississippi State

-16 vs Arizona State

Baylor

-8 vs Arizona State

+1 vs Mississippi State

Florida State

-1 vs TCU

-1 vs Baylor

-2 vs Mississippi State

-8.5 vs Arizona State

Mississippi State

-6 vs Arizona State

Ohio State

-1 vs Florida State

-2.5 vs TCU

-2.5 vs Baylor

-2.5 vs Mississippi State

-9 vs Arizona State

Oregon

-3 vs Ohio State

-3 vs Florida State

-4 vs TCU

-5 vs Baylor

-4 vs Mississippi State

-10 vs Arizona State

TCU

Pick ’em vs Baylor

Pick ’em vs Mississippi State

-6 vs Arizona State

Make sure to check out for free College Football odds page for the latest odds, public betting trends and more.

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David Solar

David Solar has been the Content Manager at Sports Insights for over four years. He specializes in sports betting analytics and has created several popular data-driven betting systems. He can be reached directly at david@sportsinsights.com or on twitter at @TheDavidSolar.

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