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College Football Futures Betting Odds

 

2022 College Football Playoff Championship Odds

Odds to win 2022 College Football Playoff Championship (1/10/22)
Team American Fractional
Alabama +250 5/2
Clemson +450 9/2
Georgia +500 5/1
Ohio State +600 6/1
Oklahoma +800 8/1
Iowa State +2500 25/1
Texas A&M +3000 30/1
LSU +3500 35/1
Florida +4000 40/1
Notre Dame +4000 40/1
Miami-Florida +4000 40/1
Oregon +4000 40/1
Penn State +4000 40/1
Wisconsin +5000 50/1
UNC +5000 50/1
USC +5000 50/1
Texas +5000 50/1
Michigan +5000 50/1
Tennessee +5000 50/1
Arizona State +6600 66/1
Washington +6600 66/1
N.C. State +6600 66/1
Oklahoma State +6600 66/1
West Virginia +6600 66/1
Auburn +8000 80/1
Indiana +8000 80/1
Michigan State +10000 100/1
Boise State +10000 100/1
Iowa +10000 100/1
Stanford +10000 100/1
Ole Miss +10000 100/1
Virginia Tech +10000 100/1
Nebraska +10000 100/1
South Carolina +10000 100/1
FSU +10000 100/1
Arkansas +10000 100/1
Cincinnati +10000 100/1
TCU +15000 150/1
Kansas State +15000 150/1
Missouri +15000 150/1
Virginia +15000 150/1
Louisville +15000 150/1
California +15000 150/1
Purdue +15000 150/1
Pittsburgh +15000 150/1
Louisville +15000 150/1
Georgia Tech +15000 150/1
Memphis +15000 150/1
UCLA +15000 150/1
BYU +20000 200/1
Mississippi State +20000 200/1
Baylor +20000 200/1
Oregon State +20000 200/1
Kentucky +20000 200/1
Washington State +20000 200/1
Minnesota +20000 200/1
Colorado +20000 200/1
Texas Tech +20000 200/1
Wake Forest +20000 200/1
Utah +20000 200/1
Boston College +20000 200/1
Illinois +20000 200/1
San Diego State +20000 200/1
Northwestern +25000 250/1
Kansas +25000 250/1
Maryland +25000 250/1
Arizona +25000 250/1
Syracuse +25000 250/1
Duke +25000 250/1
Vanderbilt +25000 250/1
SMU +25000 250/1
UCF +25000 250/1
USF +25000 250/1
Navy +25000 250/1
Tulsa +25000 250/1
Marshall +25000 250/1
Liberty +25000 250/1
Houston +25000 250/1
Tulane +30000 300/1
FAU +30000 300/1
North Texas +30000 300/1
Army +30000 300/1
Nevada +30000 300/1
Colorado State +30000 300/1
San Jose State +30000 300/1
Appalachian State +30000 300/1
Coastal Carolina +30000 300/1
UNLV +30000 300/1
Fresno State +30000 300/1
ECU +50000 500/1
Temple +50000 500/1
UTSA +50000 500/1
Rice +50000 500/1
FIU +50000 500/1
Charlotte +50000 500/1
Old Dominion +50000 500/1
UAB +50000 500/1
Louisiana Tech +50000 500/1
Southern Miss +50000 500/1
Middle Tennessee +50000 500/1
Western Kentucky +50000 500/1
UTEP +50000 500/1
UMass +50000 500/1
UConn +50000 500/1
New Mexico State +50000 500/1
Toledo +50000 500/1
Miami-Ohio +50000 500/1
Buffalo +50000 500/1
Northern Illinois +50000 500/1
Western Michigan +50000 500/1
Ball State +50000 500/1
Eastern Michigan +50000 500/1
Wyoming +50000 500/1
Air Force +50000 500/1
Utah State +50000 500/1
Ohio +50000 500/1
Georgia State +50000 500/1
Georgia Southern +50000 500/1
New Mexico +50000 500/1
Troy +50000 500/1
Louisiana +50000 500/1
Bowling Green +50000 500/1
Arkansas State +50000 500/1
Texas State +50000 500/1
UL-Monroe +50000 500/1
South Alabama +50000 500/1
Hawaii +50000 500/1
Kent State +50000 500/1

Updated Tue., Aug. 3, 1:40 PM ET - Odds Provided by BetMGM - Subject to Change

How to Read the College Football Playoff Future Odds

The 2021-22 College Football regular season is expected to kick off in August and over 100 schools will be looking for a chance to earn a trip to the 2022 College Football Playoff.

The Alabama Crimson Tide are the defending champions and they've been installed as 3/1 favorites (Bet $100 to win $300) to repeat according to BetMGM.

2022 College Football Playoff Contenders

  • Alabama +250
  • Clemson +450
  • Georgia +500
  • Ohio State +600
  • Oklahoma +800

The 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship is currently scheduled to take place on Monday January 10, 2022 at Lucas Oil Stadium from Indianapolis, Indiana.

The College Football Playoff semifinals will take place a on Friday December 31, 2021 from the below venues:

  • Cotton Bowl - Arlington, Texas
  • Orange Bowl - Miami Gardens, Florida

2022 College Football Playoff Odds Comparison

How to Bet on College Football Futures

American Football is the most popular game among bettors in the United States and a large portion of that interest comes from College Football. Analyzing the Future Odds and predicting which school will become the champion every season continues to receive attention at the betting counter. Check out our online sportsbook directory to find the best and most secure places to make college football bets, as well as exclusive sportsbook offers.

College Football Futures can be bet on throughout the 12-month calendar year but to any betting market, we always have peaks and valleys for wagers. After each season ends in early January, oddsmakers send out their opening Future Odds for the following season in the second or third week of the first month. The main market is for the NCAA Division 1 Football Bowl Subdivision or more widely known as the FBS. There are over 125 teams that are divided into 10 conferences, plus there is a group of independent schools that stand alone with no affiliation.

A handful of sportsbooks will set College Football Futures on every school that are eligible to win the championship but many keep the list at 50 teams, since some lower-tier teams just don’t have a competitive chance. The Future Odds market doesn’t receive as much attention in the spring but an increase of bets can often be placed in the summer when the student athletes report back for the fall semester. Coaching changes, suspensions, injuries and depth charts always affect the College Football Futures betting market.

2022 College Football National Championship Odds to Win

There are several good bets to win the NCAA football playoffs in 2022.

  • Alabama +250
  • Clemson +450
  • Georgia +500
  • Ohio State +600
  • Oklahoma +800

College Football Championship Game Odds

The Future Odds on the College Football Championship Game receive plenty of attention, especially when the season begins. Unlike other popular American sports, College Football doesn’t have an automatic qualifying system for its postseason. At the end of the regular season, only four teams will have a chance to win the College Football Championship Game. The top four teams that are selected by a committee, subjectively, will meet in two semifinal matchups before the final.

The Future Odds on those four schools for the College Football Championship Game are available earlier in the year and as the regular season progresses, you’ll start to see the oddsmakers adjust their betting odds on who they believe will be playing in the championship. In the first or second week of the December, bettors will only have four schools to choose from and the Championship Game Odds don’t offer as much value compared to the initial opening numbers posted in January at the sportsbooks.

How do I bet on the College Football Championship Game?

The Future Odds wager is very simple for the College Football Championship Game. Many bettors identify it as an “Odds to Win” bet or future wager. Like all other wagers, bettors must correctly select a team to win an event that takes place a later time – in this case the College Football Championship.

The money wagered will be tied up until there is an outcome and bettors will receive fixed odds when they place the wager. For college football, the most valuable odds and big payout tickets are scooped up before the season begins when a school is quietly going unnoticed.

To figure out how you win when betting on the College Football Championship Game, it’s just simple math. You take the odds and multiply by the amount wagered.

Ex. Ohio State Buckeyes (3/1) to win the National Championship.

The Buckeyes are listed as an 3/1 betting choice to win the National Championship. If you wager $100 on Ohio State to win it all and they capture the championship, then you would win $300 (3 ÷ 1 x 100). You would collect $400, which includes your win and stake ($100) or initial amount that you used to bet on the Future Odds ticket.

Bettors preferring to use American Odds would see Ohio State listed at +300 on their Future Odds market while the Decimal version on the Buckeyes would be 4.00.


  
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