Updated Odds to Win 2020 College Football Playoff Show Clemson Distancing Itself From Rest of Field
The defending champion Clemson Tigers are still favored to win the 2020 College Football Playoff, according to FanDuel Sportsbook, but there's been a massive shake-up in latest title odds from the top down.
Already favored to win it all, the Tigers have actually seen their odds slide from +160 to +170 since June 25. Alabama still remains a close second to Clemson, but the Crimson Tide have also seen their title odds drop from +260 to +275 over the last few weeks. After the Tide, however, there have been a few significant line changes among the rest of the top contenders.
The two top contenders out of the Big Ten, Michigan and Ohio State, are trending in opposite directions in the latest odds. The Buckeyes have seen their championship odds slip from +1200 to +1500, while the Wolverines have actually seen their odds improve from +2200 to +1900.
With the third-best odds to win it all, Georgia has seen their odds slip from +850 to +1000. Moving out west, despite adding Jalen Hurts at quarterback, Oklahoma's odds have also slipped to +1500. Florida (+4000), LSU (+5000) and Notre Dame (+5000), meanwhile, have done nothing to move the needle either way lately and remain steady from their respective June odds.
There's still plenty of offseason left for the lines to change and things likely will. However, Ohio State's consistent slide since the opening lines is definitely a trend worth keeping an eye on.
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