2016 College Football Conference Championship Odds

Earlier this week, 5Dimes posted college football Conference Championship odds for four of the five major conferences. Although there weren’t any odds posted for the Big 12, oddsmakers posted futures for the ACC, Big Ten, Pac-12 and SEC. Bettors were given the option of taking the team to win their conference, or the field (i.e. any other team in the conference.

Based on these projections we can project that Clemson, Ohio State, Stanford and Alabama are the favorites to win their conference, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll make the four-team playoff. Alabama (+525) is the early favorite to win the National Championship and is listed at +150 to make the playoffs. However, Stanford is currently +2600 to win the championship — the 13th shortest odds in the country.

We can also assume that based on those championship futures, Oklahoma (+825) and Baylor (+1450) will open as the favorites to win the National Championship.

The tables below display the current odds at 5Dimes and will be updated throughout the off-season.

ACC Champion

School Win Field
Clemson +110 -150
Florida State +200 -280
Miami (FL) +700 -1500
North Carolina +800 -1700

Big Ten Champion

School Win Field
Ohio State +160 -210
Michigan +185 -265
Michigan State +450 -750
Iowa +1000 -2000

Pac-12 Champion

School Win Field
Stanford +260 -380
USC +400 -600
Oregon +500 -900
Washington +700 -1500
Washington State +700 -1500
UCLA +800 -1700

SEC Champion

School Win Field
Alabama +160 -210
LSU +400 -600
Tennessee +500 -900
Mississippi +700 -1500
Georgia +1000 -2000
Arkansas +1200 -2600
Florida +1200 -2600

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Are there any early schools that you think are being undervalued? Which schools are being overlooked by oddsmakers? Please leave your thoughts and comments in the section below.

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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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