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.
College Football Playoffs Final Results for 2019-20
Congratulations to the LSU Tigers who have won the 2019/20 Championship, so well done to all the coaches and student-athletes! The game finished 42-25, with quarterback Joe Burrow starring for the Tigers.
2018-19 NCAA Football Playoff Previews, Predictions and Results
07/01/19 National Champion Predictions
NCAA Football Bet Tracker: Pregame Wager - Bet Cashed - Ticket Trashed
Bettors get a "Best vs Best" battle as #1 Alabama clashes with #2 Clemson to close out the 2018-19 US College football season. A soggy field greets the teams when the NCAAF National Championship contest kicks off at 8:00 PM ET at Levi's Stadium, in Santa Clara, CA. During semifinal contests, the Crimson Tide advanced with a 45-34 Orange Bowl win over the Oklahoma Sooners while the Tigers trounced Notre Dame 30-3 in the Cotton Bowl Classic. Both teams are running white-hot heading into in this much anticipated battle.
National Championship: #1 Alabama (14–0) vs #2 Clemson (14-0)
Alabama numbers are affected due to playing a slightly tougher schedule than Clemson. This is the fourth straight year the Tigers and Crimson Tide have clashed in the College Football Playoff series. Alabama won the 2016 Championship 45-40, Clemson claimed the 2017 NCAAF title 35-31, prior to Alabama winning the 2018 Sugar Bowl semifinal clash with Clemson. In their only contest against a similar AP Top 25 team, the Tide rolled over Texas A&M 45-23 while the Tigers claimed a close 28-26 victory over the Aggies.
Evenly matched, here are some key comparisons for the National Championship:
- Alabama Offence: 2nd - Scoring 47.7 PPG
- Alabama Defence: 5th - Allowing 16.2 PPG
- Clemson Offence: 4th - Scoring 44.3 PPG
- Clemson Defence: 1st - Allowing 12.9 PPG
- Alabama Pass Offence: 6th - 325.6 YPG scored 39 TD
- Clemson Pass Defence: 16th - 411 YPG allowed 11 TD
- Clemson Pass Offence: 24th - 274.1 YPG scored 34 TD
- Alabama Pass Defence: 22nd - 433 YPG allowed 19 TD
- Alabama Rushing Offence: 34th - 202.0 YPG scored 33 TD
- Clemson Rushing Defence: 2nd - 92.6 YPG allowed 8 TD
- Clemson Rushing Offence: 14th - 256.3 YPG scored 47 TD
- Alabama Rushing Defence: 19th - 120.3 YPG allowed 9 TD
“All-Time vs Clemson, Alabama is 2-2 ATS 3-1 S/U and 2-2 Over/Under”
Our New Year's Six predictions started well and then faded as we lost some razor-close contests. Our Florida and Clemson calls cashed easily as both teams won going away. Following what should have been a game-ending play, an Alabama player was flagged for a personal foul and Oklahoma posted a back door cover with a TD one play later. UCF lost by a half-point to LSU, Ohio State allowed 20 fourth-quarter points and failed to cover by 1.5 points vs Washington and we whiffed on Georgia who mailed in a 28-21 loss vs Texas.