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2019 CFP Championship Odds & Picks

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The 2018-19 College Football season kicks-off Saturday, August 25th with a handful of games before going full throttle a week later on September 1st.

But you don’t have to wait until that long to get into the action. Click here for live college football futures.

2019 College Football Playoff Championship Odds & Picks

Let’s take a quick look at three picks (the favorite, smart and a long shot) to win the colligate title as the top team of the 2019 season.

The Top Pick – Alabama +180

Can anyone challenge Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide’s dominance? Come August, Alabama will be the top-ranked team in the nation and will continue to do so for the rest of the season. That trend should carry over to the College Football Playoff Championship betting board.

The only question is if there will be a QB battle between Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa.

The Smart Pick – Clemson +600

Who wants to see Bama versus Clemson IV?

After 2016 and 2017’s National Title games followed by last season’s Sugar Bowl the answer is EVERYONE!

That includes Clemson who will also want even the score at two wins aside.

"Three years in a row we’ve played them, so I think it says a lot about our program, where we are today, who we can be," Clemson linebacker Dorian O’Daniel said. "It doesn’t matter who we lose because we’re just going to bounce back and reload. Guys take a lot of pride in that, and because guys take pride in that, they believe it and everything falls into place."

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The Longshot – Michigan +2100

Headcoach Jim Harbaugh takes his Wolverines squad into a pivotal fourth year. But everything for Michigan revolves around the transfer of former five-star QB Shea Patterson.

The junior started 10 games for Ole Miss in two seasons going 4-6 while throwing for 3,139 yards, 23 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions. A knee injury ended Patterson’s 2017 season after just seven games.

Last season, Michigan QBs Wilton Speight, John O’Korn and Brandon Peters combined for 2,023 yards, nine touchdowns, and eight interceptions.

2019 College Football Playoff Championship Odds

  • Alabama +180
  • Clemson +600
  • Ohio State +800
  • Georgia +850
  • Michigan +2100
  • Washington +2300
  • Wisconsin +2300
  • Oklahoma +2500
  • Penn State +2500
  • Auburn +2500
  • Michigan State +3300
  • Miami Florida +3500
  • Notre Dame +4000
  • Texas +4500
  • Florida State +4500
  • LSU +5000
  • Stanford +5000
  • USC +5500
  • Virginia Tech +6000
  • Mississippi State +7500
  • West Virginia +8000
  • Texas A&M +8000
  • TCU +10000
  • Oregon +10000
  • Florida +10000
  • Central Florida +20000
  • Missouri +20000
  • Nebraska +20000
  • Oklahoma State +20000
  • UCLA +20000
  • Utah +20000
  • South Carolina +27500
  • Iowa +30000
  • Kansas State +30000
  • Boise State +30000
  • Arizona +35000
  • NC State +35000
  • Purdue +40000
  • Wake Forest +40000
  • Northwestern +50000
  • Iowa State +50000
  • Louisville +50000
  • Arizona State +50000
  • Boston College +50000
  • North Carolina +55000
  • Mississippi +55000
  • Memphis +60000
  • Arkansas +60000
  • Georgia Tech +60000
  • Duke +60000
  • Washington State +60000
  • Texas Tech +75000
  • Kentucky +75000
  • Tennessee +80000
  • South Florida +100000
  • Minnesota U +100000
  • California +100000
  • Florida Atlantic +100000
  • Baylor +100000
  • Colorado +120000
  • Houston +120000
  • Pittsburgh +120000
  • San Diego State +150000
  • Syracuse +150000
  • Vanderbilt +150000
  • Indiana +150000
  • Marshall +150000
  • Maryland +150000
  • Navy +150000
  • Louisiana Tech +200000
  • Virginia +200000
  • Utah State +250000
  • Rutgers +250000
  • Illinois +250000
  • Northern Illinois +250000
  • Fresno State +250000
  • BYU +250000
  • Army +300000
  • Kansas +300000
  • Temple +300000
  • Tulane +300000
  • Wyoming +300000
  • Western Michigan +350000
  • Toledo +350000
  • Ohio +350000
  • Oregon State +400000
  • SMU +400000
  • Middle Tennessee +400000
  • North Texas +500000
  • Nevada +500000
  • Miami Ohio +500000
  • Arkansas State +500000
  • Tulsa +500000
  • Troy +750000
  • Cincinnati +750000
  • East Carolina +999999
  • Eastern Michigan +999999
  • Colorado State +999999
  • Connecticut +999999
  • Florida International +999999
  • Hawaii +999999
  • Georgia Southern +999999
  • Georgia State +999999
  • Ball State +999999
  • Appalachian State +999999
  • Central Michigan +999999
  • Charlotte +999999
  • Bowling Green +999999
  • Buffalo +999999
  • Massachusetts +999999
  • Kent State +999999
  • New Mexico +999999
  • New Mexico State +999999
  • UL Lafayette +999999
  • UL Monroe +999999
  • UNLV +999999
  • Southern Mississippi +999999
  • UTEP +999999
  • Texas State +999999
  • San Jose State +999999
  • South Alabama +999999
  • Rice +999999
  • Old Dominion +999999
  • UTSA +999999
  • UAB +999999
  • Western Kentucky +999999
  • Air Force +999999
  • Akron +999999