Last Updated Nov 29, 2022, 4:48 PM


CFP Playoff: Futures Picks

Georgia 31, Michigan 17

Well, that lasted all of a week. Michigan wrecked Ohio State in The Game and it would seem that barring some crazy ending to the season, Ohio State will be left out of the CFP once again this season. Michigan takes their spot in my new prediction since it does not feel like TCU or USC can defeat either of these teams more than half the time, setting up a rematch of last year's New Year's Eve showdown with Georgia, which the Bulldogs won handily. I see a similar result happening this year, with the power of Georgia just being too much for Michigan to overcome.

Check back every week for an update on our CFP Futures pick!

Week 14 College Football Odds Report

College football Week 14 odds means we have arrived at conference championship week! Games like USC vs. Utah and LSU vs. Georgia headline the slate as well as the other championship games.

Let's dive into Week 14 college football odds and action, with insights from multiple oddsmakers and sportsbooks.

Week 14 College Football Odds Report

Week 14 Games to Watch

USC vs. Utah

LSU vs. Georgia

Kansas State vs. TCU

College Football Playoff Betting Insights

Our friends over at BetMGM provide weekly betting updates that shows you where the bets and money are going!

Notable Bet:

  • $5,000 to win $125,000 on Alabama +2500
    • Bettor from New Jersey, wagered placed on Sunday

Futures Odds Movement

  • Georgia -145 moves to -165
  • Alabama off the board to +2500
  • Michigan +1000 to +275

Highest Ticket Percentage

  • Tennessee 19.7%
  • Michigan 12.1%
  • Alabama 10.6%

Highest Handle Percentage

  • Tennessee 25.3%
  • Ohio State 15.3%
  • Alabama 14.3%
Sportsbook Data Insights by BetMGM

Odds to win 2022-23 College Football Playoff

Odds Subject to Change

Odds to win 2022 Heisman Trophy

The Heisman Trophy will be awarded to the top College Football player in the country on Saturday Dec. 10, 2022 from New York City, New York. 

Oddsmakers favor quarterbacks in the current betting odds listed below and they should with signal callers capturing the award 36 times which includes eight of the last 10 years. Check out more available players to wager on in in our Heisman Trophy Odds betting market.

College Football Bowl Central

The 2022-23 College Football Bowl season is expected to have 42 bowl games this season, which includes the College Football Playoff National Championship.

The action begins on Friday Dec. 16 with the Bahamas Bowl and Cure Bowl before concluding with the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday Jan. 9, 2023.

Prior to the Championship Game, there will be six matchups that are often referred to as the New Year's Six bowl games and that includes the two semifinal matchups that will determine the championship game opponents.

Orange Bowl (Dec. 30)
Sugar Bowl (Dec. 31)
Peach Bowl (Dec. 31 - Semifinal)
Fiesta Bowl (Dec. 31 - Semifinal)
Cotton Bowl Classic (Jan. 2)
Rose Bowl (Jan. 2)

Our Bowl Betting Central provides all the details for each matchup, including the Date, Time, Venue, Location and Betting History.

2022 College Football Predictions

Prior to the start of the 2022 College Football regular season, we polled our VegasInsider experts on popular betting markets and you can see which schools and players they backed.

2022 Heisman Trophy Picks

Our 25 College Football Experts gave us three picks to win the Heisman Trophy in 2022 based on three betting ranges. 

  • Favorite - Up to 20/1
  • Middle Range - 21/1 to 30/1
  • Long Shot - 31/1 and Above

Check out the entire breakdown from our stable of experts in our Heisman Trophy Odds.

Our VegasInsider College Football Experts are gearing up for the 2022-23 regular season and they’re coming in strong with their futures predictions on who will be playing in this year’s College Football Playoff and the eventual champion. 

The 25 betting experts have provided their top selections on key betting categories and we’ve listed all of the Top Consensus Picks. 

Who will win the 2022-23 College Football Playoff?

The College Football Playoff championship will take place on Jan. 9, 2023 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California

Knowing that College Football is very top-heavy, it’s no surprise to see that our experts are expecting a two-horse race this season between Alabama and Ohio State, with 88% of the total picks on the Crimson Tide and Buckeyes to capture the CFP championship. 

The defending champions Georgia Bulldogs received a couple votes in their repeat bid and that might be a reach, knowing that we haven’t seen a school win back-to-back titles since the CFP began in the 2014-15 season.

If you’re looking for the outlier and a long shot pick to win this year’s College Football Playoff then check out the Utah Utes, who were selected by VI Expert Zack Cimini

Listed below are the VegasInsider Experts College Football Playoff consensus picks.

College Football Playoff Consensus Picks

  1. Alabama 14 (56%)
  2. Ohio State 8 (32%)
  3. Georgia 2 (8%)
  4. Utah 1 (4%)

Which four schools will earn a bid to the College Football Playoff?

The College Football Playoff semifinals matchups will take place on Dec. 31, 2022 from the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona and Peach Bowl in Georgia. 

Since the CFP began in 2014, we’ve had 16 semifinals games and those 32 slots have been filled by 13 schools and seven of them have made just one appearance. 

So who will make up this year’s Final Four? 

Similar to our College Playoff Picks for the championship, Alabama (25) and Ohio State (24) were picked by almost all of our betting experts to be playing in this year’s semifinals. 

Georgia (16) and Clemson (14) also received the majority of the attention and then there’s a drop-off to potential long shots that could crash this year’s party. 

Listed below are the VegasInsider Experts College Football Playoff Final Four consensus picks.

CFP Final Four Consensus Picks

  • Alabama 25 (100%)
  • Ohio State 24 (96%)
  • Georgia 16 (64%)
  • Clemson 14 (56%)
  • Oklahoma 6 (24%)
  • Texas 5 (20%)
  • Utah 3 (12%)
  • Miami-Florida 2 (8%)
  • Notre Dame 2 (8%)
  • USC 2 (8%)
  • Michigan 1 (4%)

2022 College Football Win Totals Odds

The College Football Win Totals betting market continues to gain in popularity and the projected numbers allow bettors to see how the oddsmakers value all of the FBS schools. 

We had our College Football Experts focus on the 10 conferences and provide their Best Bet on the Win Totals odds, which could be an ‘over’ or ‘under’ wager. Listed below are the four most Popular Best Bets for Over and Under win totals wagers this season.

College Football Win Totals - Over Best Bets

College Football Win Totals - Under Best Bets

2022 College Football Conference Odds

The 2022 College Football schedule will begin in late August with 131 teams competing in the Football Subdivision of the NCAA or what's better known as the FBS. The schools are separated into 10 conferences of 124 schools and 7 others that operate independently.

All of the groups are listed below and we've got Betting Predictions, Picks and Odds on al 131 of the teams.

College Football Playoff Betting History

The College Football Playoff Championship has watched favorites go 4-3 straight up (SU) in the first seven installments but underdogs have managed to go 5-2 against the spread (ATS) for bettors taking the points. We have yet to see a team win back-to-back championships since this format began in the 2014-15 college football season.

2022 - (3) Georgia (-3) 33 vs. (1) Alabama 18 - Favorite-Under (53)
2021 - (1) Alabama (-9) 52 vs. (3) Ohio State 24 - Favorite-Over (75.5)
2020 - (1) LSU (-4.5) 42 vs. (3) Clemson 25 - Favorite-Over (66.5)
2019 - (2) Clemson (+5.5) 44 vs. (1) Alabama 16 - Underdog-Over (57.5)
2018 - (4) Alabama (-3.5) 26 vs. (3) Georgia 23 (OT) - Underdog-Over (46.5)
2017 - (2) Clemson (-6.5) 35 vs. (1) Alabama (31) - Underdog-Over (51.5)
2016 - (2) Alabama (-6.5) 45 vs. (1) Clemson 40 - Underdog-Over (53.5)
2015 - (4) Ohio State (+6.5) 42 vs. (2) Oregon 20 - Underdog-Under (72.5)

Today's Expert Picks

For more VegasInsider resources, check out our College Football Odds and College Football Futures Odds pages!