Georgia opens as betting preferred to win ’25 CFP

  • David Purdum, ESPN Personnel WriterJan 8, 2024, 11:16 PM ET


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Georgia gets in the offseason as the agreement wagering preferred to win next year’s national championship, the very first to be decided by a 12-team playoff.The Bulldogs

were listed with 17-4 chances Monday at ESPN BET, followed by Alabama at 6-1 and Ohio State at 8-1. It’s the second straight season the Bulldogs have actually been the preseason favorites.Georgia 17-4 Alabama 6-1

Ohio State 8-1 Michigan 9-1 Texas 9-1 Oregon 12-1 Ole
Miss 14-1 LSU 15-1 Florida State 20-1

Texas A&M 22-1 Penn
State 25-1 Notre Dame

30-1 Clemson 35-1
USC 35-1 Oklahoma 40-1 Tennessee 40-1 Missouri 50-1 Washington 60-1 Michigan beat Washington
in Monday’s championship
game, however with concerns surrounding

coach Jim Harbaugh’s future, the Wolverines were noted at 9-1 for next
season’s title, along with Texas. The Wolverines and Longhorns play in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on Sept. 7.
Washington starts the offseason as a 60-1

long shot at ESPN BET.The 6 highest-ranked conference champs will get automated quotes to next year’s College Football Playoff, with the top four teams receiving first-round byes. The 6 highest-ranked groups staying will complete the 12-team field.Joey Feazel, lead college football trader

for Caesars Sportsbook, stated power scores and schedules remain the main

consider creating the national championship chances with the brand-new expanded playoff. “When the eight games are added to the mix for the national championship, it will certainly open up doors for more groups to complete, specifically when you add the guaranteed area for a non-Power 5 [group] Things will definitely get interesting,” Feazel informed ESPN.James Madison, at 400-1, had the fastest chances of any non-Power 5 conference team as of Monday at ESPN BET.Coach Deion Sanders’ Colorado

Buffaloes were 250-1. Alabama quarterback Jalen Milroe is the early wagering favorite at 8-1 to win next season’s Heisman Prize at Caesars Sportsbook, with Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers and Oregon quarterback Dillon Gabriel each noted at 10-1. Georgia quarterback Carson Beck is 12-1.

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