The College Football Playoff is officially set and we have four teams ready to compete for a National Championship. The No.1 seed Georgia Bulldogs will play the No. 4 seed Ohio State Buckeyes, while the No. 2 seed Michigan Wolverines will play the No. 3 TCU Horned Frogs in the semifinal round of the playoff.
Both Georgia and Michigan remain the only two unbeaten teams in the playoff and the nation's top-25 rankings. Both put up convincing wins in their conference championship games.
When it comes to the odds for who will win the National Championship, FanDuel Sportsbook paints a fairly clear ppicture, although, it doesn;t match the order of the rankings.
College Football Playoff Odds 2022-23
Georgia remains the odds-on favorite at -130. They are trailed by Michigan (+300), then closely followed by Ohio State (+360). TCU comes in at fourth in the odds, despite being ranked No. 3. TCU also isn't close, the Horned Frogs check in all the way back at +1800 to win it all.
There are plenty of people that believe TCU, despite their resume, isn't one of the nation's four best teams. There are plenty of people that think that last spot should have gone to Alabama or Tennessee, and it seems the oddsmakers support that notion.
Below is the list of odds to win the College Football National Championship, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's latest odds.
College Football National Championship Odds 2022-23
1. Georgia Bulldogs (-130)
2. Michigan Wolverines (+300)
3. Ohio State Buckeyes (+360)
4. TCU Horned Frogs (+1800)
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