College Football Playoff Odds

      Called for by many, for a long time, NCAAF powers finally adopted a College Football Playoff system prior to the 2014 season. Replacing what was an often controversial Bowl Championship Series (BCS), the College Football Playoff (CFP) system is better than the BCS and a solid foundation to build on. While adding four more contenders would be optimal, four squads are selected to play in the college football National Championship playoffs.

      The Regular Season will begin on August 27th, 2022, with the first NCAA men’s postseason games beginning on December 10th.  The odds for the NCAAF Championships winners odds are now available. The odds are subject to change and were last updated on April 21, 2022:

      NCAAF Odds PowerPlay Sports Interaction Bet99
      Alabama Crimson Tide 3.00 3.10 3.00
      Georgia Bulldogs 4.00 4.00 4.20
      Ohio State Buckeyes 6.50 7.00 6.50
      Clemson Tigers 13.00 14.00 13.00
      USC Trojans 36.00 36.00 36.00

      Georgia Bulldogs
      To win the 2022/23 NCAAF Season


      College Football Playoffs Game Odds

      Lighting up online betting boards, like a sparkling Christmas tree, US college football playoff odds deliver fantastic wagering options. From Conference Championship Weekend, through upwards of 40 Football Bowl Subdivision games, and reaching a feverish pitch during the National Championship clash in early January, NCAAF postseason action is a wild three-week ride. This page is dedicated to LIVE betting lines, score updates, as well as previews and picks, for high-intensity New Year’s Six Bowl game battles. From top online bookmakers, here are the latest prices.

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        US College Football Playoffs 2018-19 Year End Review - 2020 Update

        Please Note: Free picks return in August 2020 - News and odds updates posted as warranted.

        Ugh! That did not go well eh? Hesitant to jump into a playoff feature, without regular season winnings already in the bank, we crashed during the 2018-19 College Football Playoff series. While we cashed tickets all season, within our NCAAF futures feature, we didn’t make any predictions here until the New Year’s Six Bowl games. That started well but ended poorly. We compounded our issues by whiffing on the Clemson vs Alabama CFP National Championship match. Alas, we finished with a 2-6 record and a (-425.76) loss.

        We promise to do our best to be better right out of the gate during the 2019-20 season. In the meantime, we offer hearty congratulations to National Championship MVP QB Trevor Lawrence, his supporting Clemson Crew and HC Dabo Swinney. A likeable group, the Tigers youthful exuberance was somewhat lacking with HC Nick Saban led Alabama squads. Holding a 14-13 lead after the first quarter, the Cats offense exploded, plus their defense stiffened, and the Cats rolled over the Crimson Tide 30-3 in final three quarters.

        Despite the loss, Nick Saban is a sparklin 139-15 since 2008 in Alabama.

        When the final whistle blew – the scoreboard showed a 44-16 blowout by Clemson. We had to go back to October 7, 2000, to find a loss even close to this in the Nick Saban US College Football era. That was a 41-9 spanking by #12 Florida when Saban prowled the sidelines as bench boss of the LSU Tigers. Alabama’s biggest loss, in the era of Saint Nick, was by 14 points as the Tide were rolled 35-21 at #19 South Carolina during the 2010 regular season and suffered 45-31 loss to Oklahoma in the 2014 CFP Sugar Bowl.

        Clemson, who first fielded an Independent squad back in 1896, claimed a third NCAAF National Championship. The Tigers won their first title after a 12-0 regular season and 22-15 victory over Nebraska in the 1982 Orange Bowl. QB Deshaun Watson was the star when Clemson claimed their second crown with a 35-31 over Alabama in the 2017 CFP title match. We are especially happy for the players that stuck around for their Senior season and avenged a 24-6 Sugar Bowl thumping by the Tide in the 2018. Impressive by all.

        Less than 48 hours after the Tigers celebration ended, at Levi’s Field in Santa Clara, CA, Canada’s own Bet99 sportsbook has 2020 College Football Playoff Championship prices on their betting board. While things may change, with players still declaring for the NFL Draft in April 2019, or others (Tide QB Jalen Hurts?) transferring to another school, Clemson has opened as tiny +175 chalk. Alabama is not far back with a +250 line while the Georgia Bulldogs have been tagged with a +550 National Championship price.

        With NCAA Basketball and March Madness taking over the US College sports scene, this feature will receive updates as warranted. Prior to the 2019-20 regular season, we will jump in with quick weekly updates and well-researched NCAA Football predictions. In the meantime, we have sprinted out of the gate with our hoops futures and free picks early in the 2018-19 NCAAB season. We are also busy with previews and calls on the 2019 NFL playoffs through to the clash to claim Super Bowl 53 on February 3, 2019, in Atlanta, GA.

      • Happy Online Sports Betting New Year Canada

        Premium matches, the CFP Committee selects eight teams from the final ranking list to play in four prestigious games that are played under Major Bowl banners that are not sponsoring that year’s Final Four. From the Peach Bowl, to the Sugar Bowl, these matchups are high profile contests. Often featuring teams from the top 12 rankings, playoff Bowl games are competitive, entertaining and packed with betting options before and during the matches. This Conference Championship caliber action is readily available at CSB top rated online sportsbooks. 

        Following two weeks of Bowl games, the College Football season nears its pinnacle with two semi-final playoff matches. The best of the best, during the NCAAF regular season, get extra time to prepare as the Final Four squads clash during New Year's Day weekend to decide who plays for the National Championship. Some players are hitting the big stage for the first time while others take part in the final match of their University career. Following the teams closely, during weekly futures updates, we have a solid handle on these football betting opportunities.

        Void of the Super Bowl two-week break, the National Championship game plays out one week after the semifinal matches. A cherry on top of three days of fantastic pigskin prognosticating, the NCAAF title match is on the Monday night that follows Saturday and Sunday NFL Wild Card playoff action. We remind Canuck Cappers that Championship game single bets are not available at local lottery kiosks - no matter the sport. Don't get hooked into a forced parlay, plus bank bonus offers and enjoy the convenience, by betting with top online bookmakers.


        College Football Playoffs FAQs

        • Are College Football Playoff betting markets popular?

          College Football Playoffs are probably the most exciting period during the NCAA Football season. As such, this is the period where you’ll most likely see unique betting markets available and garnering the most attention from bettors.

        • Where can I find odds for the College Football Playoffs?

          The odds are always available from top-tier bookmakers, where you’ll find a range of betting options for all the play season games including bowls and finals.

        • Who won the last Championship?

          The last NCAAF Championship was won by the Alabama Crimson Tide.

        • Is it always best to bet on the favorite for the College Football Playoffs?

          This is a difficult question to answer without prior knowledge of the teams competing and their performance. Though, betting the favourite is only worth it, if it has value. Value in the odds is the thing to look our for.

        • When do the College Football Playoffs start this season?

          The College Football Playoff season will get underway right towards the end of the year. The full list of games looks like this:

          • Peach Bowl: Thursday, December, 30
          • Cotton Bowl: Friday, December, 31
          • Orange Bowl: Friday, December, 31
          • Fiesta Bowl: Saturday, January, 1
          • Rose Bowl: Saturday, January, 1
          • Sugar Bowl: Saturday, January 1
          • CFP National Championship Game: Monday, January, 10, in Indiana