National Championship College Football Odds, Predictions & Best Bets Heading Into Week 3

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College Football National Championship odds and Week 3 picks.
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Week 3 begins after an insane college football Saturday that included three top-10 upsets and No. 1 Alabama escaping against then-unranked Texas, 20-19. Georgia unseated the Tide atop the latest AP Top 25 poll.

Georgia (+180) is also the new favorite to win the National Championship on FanDuel Sportsbook followed by Alabama (+200) and Ohio State (+300).

Check out the other contenders National Championship odds on FanDuel Sportsbook along with three Week 3 college football betting picks.

National Championship Odds 2022-23

1. Georgia (+180)

2. Alabama (+200)

3. Ohio State (+300)

4. Clemson (+1000)

5. USC (+1200)

6. Michigan (+2000)

7. Oklahoma (+5000)

8. Tennessee (+6000)

9. Arkansas (+8000)

10. Miami (+10000)

11. Oklahoma State (+10000)

12. Penn State (+10000)

13. Kansas State (+10000)

14. BYU (+13000)

15. Kentucky (+15000)

16. Utah (+15000)

17. Texas A&M (+15000)

18. NC State (+15000)

19. Mississippi (+15000)

20. Florida (+15000)

Week 3 College Football Picks

These betting lines are provided from FanDuel Sportsbook's Week 3 NCAAF Odds.

1. Nebraska (+12.5)

The Cornhuskers host No. 6 Oklahoma one week after Nebraska fired head coach Scott Frost following their second loss this season as a double-digit favorite. However, there is some uncertainty about Oklahoma after beating a pair or weaker teams. The Sooners and new QB Dillon Gabriel play their first road game. The line on this game over the summer was Oklahoma -3, and last week -9. Overreaction to Nebraska's poor early season play and competitive effort expected project a closer game.

2. Cincinnati (-21.5)

This line has moved up but the Bearcats hold most the edges over nearby rival Miami, Ohio. That includes on the neutral field where more Cincinnati fans will pack Paycor Stadium. Miami lost All-MAC quarterback Brett Gabbert to injury in their opening game, and the Redhawks will struggle to keep pace and score.

3. Ole Miss (-15.5)

Ole Miss has not been tested much in a pair of opening one-sided wins. But the Rebels have rushed for at least 230 yards in each contest and projections show them scoring 40+ points in their road opener. Georgia Tech struggled to run the ball in a 41-10 loss to Clemson, and the Yellow Jackets position units are at the bottom of the ACC across the board.

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