College Football National Championship Odds: Ohio State Closes Gap on Georgia and Alabama on FanDuel Sportsbook

David Kaestle
National Championship odds update through Week 8.
National Championship odds update through Week 8. / Emilee Chinn/GettyImages

The college football season is officially in its back half and every week is crucial in both the College Football Playoff rankings and in the odds to take home the national championship.

With just a few games remaining for the nation's top teams, Georgia still remains as the No. 1 team in the odds at +115 and Alabama still sits at No. 2 at +250, no change from last week. However, Ohio State has made a jump, still in the No. 3 spot, but moving from +700 last week to now +450 to win the national title.

The next three teams in the odds remained unchanged from last week with Oklahoma (+2000), Cincinnati (+3000) and Michigan (+5000). Although, Oklahoma State has jumped into the the No. 7 spot, and Oklahoma State, who previously held the spot, has dropped down to a tie for No. 14 in the odds following a loss to Iowa State.

Let's take a look at the full list of odds to win the 2021 College Football Playoff, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

2021 College Football National Championship Odds

1. Georgia (+115)

2. Alabama (+250)

3. Ohio State (+450)

4. Oklahoma (+2000)

5. Cincinnati (+3000)

6. Michigan (+5000)

7. Pittsburgh (+6000)

8. Oregon (+8000)

9. Iowa State (+8000)

10. Iowa (+10000)

11. Baylor (+10000)

12. Mississippi (+10000)

13. Michigan State (+12000)

14. Wake Forest (+15000)

15. Oklahoma State (+15000)

16. Notre Dame (+20000)

17. Wisconsin (+20000)

18. Texas A&M (+20000)

19. Utah (+30000)

20. Florida (+30000)

21. Minnesota (+50000)

22. Auburn (+50000)

23. Texas (+50000)

24. Kentucky (+50000)

25. Penn State (+50000)

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