2017 College Football Conference Championship Odds

Fans and bettors of football never have to wait too long for odds, futures, or props to pop up in the offseason. Many sportsbooks have had National Championship odds available for months, but BetOnline was the first to post odds to win each major conference. More recently, 5Dimes posted odds to win divisions within conferences. I’ve also added last season’s odds to win each conference to show the frequency of darkhorses and longshots to make their conference title game.

Below shows 2017 conference and division odds from CG Technology, BetOnline and 5Dimes.

AAC (American Athletic Conference)

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
South Florida -130 -140
Houston +575 +550
Memphis +550 +550
Tulsa +900 +800
Navy +1300 +1200
Temple +2200 +2000
Central Florida +1500 +2500
SMU +2800 +2500
Cincinnati +3300 +3000
Tulane +6600 +6000
East Carolina +12000 +10000
Connecticut +15000 +12500

ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference)

Team July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
May 4
(CG Tech)
March 27
(BetOnline)
Florida State +107 +115 +120 +135
Clemson +460 +425 +280 +400
Miami +620 +700 +800 +800
Louisville +850 +800 +280 +350
Virginia Tech +1200 +1100 +600 +800
NC State +4000 +3000 +2000 +2000
Georgia Tech +4000 +3000 +2400 +2500
Pittsburgh +5000 +3300 +2500 +3300
North Carolina +4200 +4000 +2400 +2000
Duke +10000 +7500 +5000 +5000
Syracuse +20000 +13500 +5000 +10000
Wake Forest +20000 +15000 +7500 +10000
Virginia +20000 +16500 +5000 +10000
Boston College +30000 +16500 +5000 +10000


Last season Clemson won the ACC Title as the +165 preseason favorites, beating Virginia Tech who was +1400 before the season.

Here are the odds to win the ACC Atlantic Division and the ACC Coastal Division:
ACC Atlantic Division

School July 18 (5Dimes) June 26
(5Dimes)
Florida State -153 -150
Clemson +280 +260
Louisville +475 +475
NC State +1400 +1400
Syracuse +3500 +3500
Boston College +4000 +4000
Wake Forest +4000 +4000

ACC Coastal Division

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
Miami FL +127 +175
Virginia Tech +240 +255
Georgia Tech +645 +500
Pittsburgh +800 +525
North Carolina +670 +615
Duke +1450 +1000
Virginia +2400 +1500

Big Ten

Team July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
May 4
(CG Tech)
March 27
(BetOnline)
Ohio State +122 +125 +180 +160
Wisconsin +360 +425 +260 +700
Penn State +595 +575 +260 +400
Michigan +620 +625 +240 +225
Nebraska +2500 +2200 +1500 +2000
Northwestern +2200 +2200 +1500 +2000
Michigan State +6000 +3500 +1600 +1800
Iowa +3500 +3500 +2000 +2500
Minnesota +3500 +3500 +4000 +2500
Indiana +10000 +9500 +6000 +5000
Maryland +11500 +11500 +12500 +15000
Illinois +30000 +17500 +12500 +15000
Purdue +30000 +19000 +12500 +15000
Rutgers +50000 +32500 +20000 +25000


Penn State was a +2000 longshot last season and beat Wisconsin (+1400) in the title game.

Here are the odds to win the Big Ten East Division and Big Ten West Division:
Big Ten East Division

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
Ohio State -158 -160
Penn State +350 +335
Michigan +365 +365
Michigan State +2200 +1800
Indiana +3300 +3800
Maryland +3600 +4200
Rutgers +11500 +9500

Big Ten West Division

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
Wisconsin -113 +110
Nebraska +460 +400
Northwestern +420 +400
Iowa +670 +600
Minnesota +670 +600
Illinois +3500 +2500
Purdue +3500 +2700

Big-12

Team July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
May 4
(CG Tech)
March 27
(BetOnline)
Oklahoma -103 -140 -140 +110
Oklahoma State +410 +280 +280 +425
Texas +695 +300 +300 +450
Kansas State +1000 +600 +600 +650
West Virginia +2150 +700 +700 +800
TCU +1200 +1100 +1100 +1200
Baylor +3500 +6500 +6500 +8000
Iowa State +14000 +7500 +7500 +10000
Texas Tech +11500 +7500 +7500 +10000
Kansas +50000 +15000 +15000 +20000


Last season Oklahoma went an undefeated 9-0 to win the conference as -150 favorites. There was no Big-12 title game from 2011-2016, but it will be returning for the 2017 season so keep that in mind before placing a bet.

CUSA (Conference USA)

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
Western Kentucky +185 +250
Louisiana Tech +525 +450
Middle Tennessee State +800 +700
Southern Miss +850 +700
UTSA +850 +700
Old Dominion +925 +800
Marshall +1200 +900
Florida Atlantic +1000 +950
Florida International +3000 +2500
North Texas +3400 +2800
Rice +3400 +3000
Charlotte +17500 +12500
UAB +17500 +12500
UTEP +17500 +12500

MAC (Mid-American Conference)

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
Toledo +210 +250
Western Michigan +270 +250
Miami Ohio +550 +500
Ohio +550 +500
Northern Illinois +1100 +1000
Central Michigan +1300 +1200
Akron +1400 +1300
Eastern Michigan +1500 +1400
Bowling Green +3300 +3000
Ball State +5500 +5000
Kent State +8500 +8000
Buffalo +11500 +10000

Mountain West

Team July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
May 4
(CG Tech)
San Diego State +140 -120 +250
Boise State +295 +300 +150
Colorado State +450 +400 +300
Wyoming +900 +1200 +500
Air Force +2500 +2200 +800
New Mexico +3000 +2200 +1500
Utah State +3200 +2800 +600
Hawaii +4000 +3000 +1200
UNLV +4000 +4500 +3000
Nevada +10000 +3000 +2500
San Jose State +10000 +4500 +5000
Fresno State +30000 +5000 +5000


Last season San Diego State (+285) defeated Wyoming (+5000) in the title game.

Pac-12 (Pacific-12)

Team July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
May 4
(CG Tech)
March 27
(BetOnline)
USC +115 +115 +100 +110
Washington +290 +300 +250 +325
Stanford +950 +1100 +600 +1000
UCLA +1275 +1300 +700 +800
Oregon +1500 +1300 +700 +1200
Washington State +1500 +1300 +1300 +1400
Utah +4000
Colorado +4000 +2500 +1200 +1800
Arizona State +6500 +6000 +2000 +3300
Arizona +11000 +10000 +3500 +8000
Oregon State +11000 +10000 +5000 +8000
California +50000 +12500 +6000 +8000


Washington crushed Colorado in last season’s Pac-12 title game. Huskies were +650 before the year while the Buffaloes were huge +8000 longshots.

Pac-12 North

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
Washington +127 +100
Stanford +250 +300
Washington State +430 +410
Oregon +450 +410
Oregon State +3000 +2500
California +6500 +3200

Pac-12 South

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
USC -350 -245
UCLA +540 +475
Colorado +1175 +850
Utah +1175 +850
Arizona State +1500 +1800
Arizona +2550 +2800

SEC (Southeastern Conference)

Team July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
May 4
(CG Tech)
March 27
(BetOnline)
Alabama -158 -160 -150 -140
Auburn +600 +700 +500 +700
LSU +725 +675 +350 +550
Georgia +1000 +1000 +500 +700
Florida +1150 +1100 +900 +1000
Tennessee +2600 +2200 +1100 +1200
Texas A&M +5500 +5000 +1800 +4000
Arkansas +8500 +8000 +4000 +5000
Mississippi State +13000 +12000 +4500 +5000
Kentucky +13000 +12000 +5000 +8000
South Carolina +13000 +12000 +5000 +8000
Missouri +25000 +23000 +4500 +15000
Vanderbilt +25000 +23000 +10000 +15000
Ole Miss (ineligible for postseason) N/A N/A N/A +6600


Last year featured Florida vs. Alabama again, and Alabama won again. They were the +185 preseason favorites and the Gators were +2000. The title game spread was -21.5, so +185 was a great price to get Bama.

SEC East

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
Georgia +145 +145
Florida +160 +165
Tennessee +345 +345
Kentucky +1800 +1700
South Carolina +1800 +1700
Missouri 2900 +2800
Vanderbilt +2900 +2800

SEC West

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
Alabama -275 -280
LSU +490 +475
Auburn +490 +485
Texas A&M +3000 +2800
Arkansas +4300 +4000
Mississippi State +6000 +5500

Sun Belt

School July 18
(5Dimes)
June 26
(5Dimes)
Appalachian State +105 +185
Arkansas State +400 +275
Troy +400 +275
Georgia Southern +1500 +1200
UL Lafayette +1500 +1200
Idaho +1800 +1500
New Mexico State +2200 +1700
South Alabama +2200 +1700
Georgia State +5000 +4000
UL Monroe +5000 +4000
Coastal Carolina +11500 +10000
Texas State +17500 +15000

It’s a bit too early to make any predictions or value plays on the major conference championships but we’ll be updating throughout the offseason.

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Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. He can be reached at dan.mcguire@sportsinsights.com.

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