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As the college football schedule heats up, these are the CFP Championship betting favorites




 


Here’s a look at the favorites CFP National Championship odds


As the college football schedule heats up, these are the CFP Championship betting favorites | News Article by SportsBettingOnline.ag

Three weeks of college football are in the books, and non-conference play is kicking off for most programs. The CFP Championship ncaa football betting lines aren’t too far removed from where they stood heading into the season, but a few teams have made a move up the futures board with their early-season performances.

Here’s a look at the favorites CFP National Championship odds heading into Week 4:

Clemson Tigers +180
The defending title holders haven’t been tested much during the opening three games, rolling over Georgia Tech in Week 1, holding off Texas A&M in Week 2, and absolutely destroying Syracuse in Week 3. The Tigers rank 13th in total yards and 15th in yards against, with an average margin of victory of 29 points in those opening contests.

Quarterback Trevor Lawrence and running back Travis Etienne are the stars of the showing, but the real strength of this team is the defense. Clemson has one more tune up before going head first into ACC play, facing C-USA foe Charlotte this coming weekend. Books have the Tigers set as 41-point home chalk.

Alabama Crimson Tide +250
Alabama is on the revenge tour after losing to Clemson in the national title game last January. The Crimson Tide had a slow start to the season versus Duke, but found their form in the second half of that Week 1 matchup and cruised to an easy win. Alabama followed that with one-sided win over New Mexico State and tossed around South Carolina this past weekend.

The Tide haven’t been as dominant in the final two quarters, with an average margin of 17.2 points in the second half. While any other team in the land would welcome that effort, Bama backers are feeling the sting the past two games. Nick Saban’s guys take on Southern Mississippi this weekend before the daunting SEC slate begins. Bookmakers have Alabama as a 39-point home favorite versus the Golden Eagles.

Georgia Bulldogs +900
The Bulldogs have allowed a total of just 23 points against through the first three games of the season, including a 55-0 shutout of Arkansas State this past Saturday. Georgia is ninth in points per game (49.3) and third in points against (7.7) but face a much stiffer challenge in Week 4 with Notre Dame on the schedule. Oddsmakers have UGA as a 13.5-point chalk after opening at -10.5 at home.

Quarterback Jake Fromm really hasn’t been tested much this season, leading the charge in the opening two quarters before handing snaps over to his backups once the game is out of reach. Should the Bulldogs get past the Fighting Irish, their next toughest challenge with be a road trip to Florida on November 2. Georgia also has an uphill climb to a playoff spot with a road game in Auburn and a home stand versus Texas A&M in the back half of the schedule.

Ohio State Buckeyes +900
The Big Ten doesn’t have the same depth as past seasons, but books aren’t selling Ohio State short. The Buckeyes have flexed their muscles in the opening three games of the season, flattening FAU and taking a convincing victory of Cincinnati before laying out Indiana by 41 points this past weekend.

Ohio State hosts Miami (Ohio) in Week 4 with a big date in Lincoln to face Nebraska ahead. The Buckeyes face most of their major challenges at home this season, with Michigan State, Wisconsin, and Penn State all coming to the Horseshoe, before going to Ann Arbor for the annual rivalry game against Michigan – which if the Wolverines’ start to the season is any indication, will go to OSU for the eighth straight season.




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