Alabama, Clemson Open on Top

2022 College Football Playoff National Championship Odds Tracker: Alabama, Clemson Open on Top article feature image

Getty Images. Pictured: Nick Saban (left) and Dabo Swinney.

2022 College Football Playoff National Title Odds

Odds via DraftKings

Team Odds
Alabama +250
Clemson +380
Ohio State +500
Georgia +600
Oklahoma +750
Iowa State +3000
Texas A&M +3500
USC +4000
Oregon +4000
North Carolina +4000
LSU +4000
Florida +4000
Wisconsin +5000
Texas +5000
Penn State +5000
Notre Dame +5000
Miami (FL) +6000
Washington +8000
Michigan +8000
Cincinnati +8000
West Virginia +10000
Utah +10000
UCLA +10000
Ole Miss +10000
Oklahoma State +10000
Iowa +10000
Indiana +10000
Auburn +10000
Arizona State +10000
Tennessee +15000
Pittsburgh +15000
Kentucky +15000
Virginia Tech +20000
UCF +20000
TCU +20000
Purdue +20000
Northwestern +20000
North Carolina State +20000
Nebraska +20000
Missouri +20000
Mississippi State +20000
Louisville +20000
Florida State +20000
Arkansas +20000
Washington State +25000
Texas Tech +25000
Stanford +25000
Michigan State +25000
Georgia Tech +25000
Colorado +25000
Cal +25000
Boston College +25000
Virginia +30000
Kansas State +30000
South Carolina +40000
Navy +40000
Maryland +40000
Coastal Carolina +40000
Wake Forest +50000
Syracuse +50000
Oregon State +50000
Memphis +50000
UL-Lafayette +50000
Illinois +50000
Houston +50000
Duke +50000
Boise State +50000
Baylor +50000
Arizona +50000

Alabama and Clemson have dominated college football over recent memory, winning five of the last six national titles.

Lo and behold, the market is high on both powerhouses just weeks leading up to the regular season.

The Crimson Tide and Tigers are the only two teams in the nation priced shorter than 5-1 at DraftKings, while Ohio State, Georgia, and Oklahoma round out the top five.

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The SEC leads all conferences with five teams 100-1 or shorter, followed by the Big 10 (4).

Iowa State slips into the second tier of contenders and could make noise in 2021. Head coach Matt Campbell quietly led the Cyclones to a nine-win campaign last year, with two of three losses coming by a combined nine points.  His squad is just outside the top-10 nationally in total returning EPA.

The Pac-12 hasn’t sent a team to the Playoff since 2016. Oregon and USC appear the likeliest suitors as the only programs in the conference listed better than 80-1.

If a mid-major is to pull off the unthinkable and crack the four-team playoff, watch out for Cincinnati. The reigning AAC champs have mowed through their competition lately under head coach Luke Fickell, who’s compiled a remarkable 31-6 win-loss clip over the last three seasons.

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