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NCAAF 2022-23FRI 30th DEC 8:00PM

NCAAF Championship Winner 2022-23 w/o VA Colleges

  • Alabama
    +225
  • Georgia
    +275
  • Ohio State
    +550
  • Clemson
    +1200
  • Texas A&M
    +2200
  • Oklahoma
    +2800
  • Michigan
    +3000
  • USC
    +3000
  • Notre Dame
    +3500
  • Wisconsin
    +3500
  • Oregon
    +4000
  • Oklahoma State
    +4000
  • Utah
    +4000
  • Baylor
    +5000
  • Penn State
    +6000
  • Ole Miss
    +6000
  • Michigan State
    +6000
  • Miami FL
    +6000
  • LSU
    +6000
  • Texas
    +8000
  • Florida
    +8000
  • South Carolina
    +10000
  • Tennessee
    +10000
  • Pittsburgh
    +10000
  • North Carolina
    +10000
  • Nebraska
    +10000
  • Mississippi State
    +10000
  • Kentucky
    +10000
  • Iowa State
    +10000
  • Iowa
    +10000
  • Houston
    +10000
  • Cincinnati
    +10000
  • BYU
    +10000
  • Auburn
    +10000
  • Arizona State
    +10000
  • Arkansas
    +10000
  • Wake Forest
    +10000
  • UCLA
    +10000
  • TCU
    +15000
  • Purdue
    +15000
  • North Carolina State
    +15000
  • Minnesota
    +15000
  • Louisville
    +15000
  • Florida State
    +15000
  • Kansas State
    +20000
  • Boise State
    +20000
  • West Virginia
    +20000
  • Washington State
    +20000
  • UCF
    +20000
  • Oregon State
    +30000
  • Memphis
    +30000
  • Maryland
    +30000
  • Fresno State
    +30000
  • Coastal Carolina
    +30000
  • Army West Point
    +30000
  • Appalachian State
    +30000
  • Air Force
    +30000
  • Washington
    +30000
  • Texas Tech
    +30000
  • Stanford
    +40000
  • Northwestern
    +40000
  • Missouri
    +40000
  • Indiana
    +40000
  • Illinois
    +40000
  • Georgia Tech
    +40000
  • California
    +40000
  • Boston College
    +40000
  • Rutgers
    +50000
  • Syracuse
    +50000
  • SMU
    +50000
  • San Diego State
    +50000
  • Navy
    +50000
  • Louisiana-Lafayette
    +50000
  • Colorado
    +50000
  • UTSA
    +50000
  • Utah State
    +50000
  • Tulsa
    +50000
  • South Florida
    +100000
  • Southern Mississippi
    +100000
  • San Jose State
    +100000
  • South Alabama
    +100000
  • Rice
    +100000
  • Temple
    +100000
  • Wyoming
    +100000
  • Ohio
    +100000
  • Northern Illinois
    +100000
  • North Texas
    +100000
  • New Mexico State
    +100000
  • Nevada
    +100000
  • New Mexico
    +100000
  • Middle Tennessee
    +100000
  • Miami OH
    +100000
  • Massachusetts
    +100000
  • Marshall
    +100000
  • Louisiana Tech
    +100000
  • Kent State
    +100000
  • Kansas
    +100000
  • Hawaii
    +100000
  • Georgia State
    +100000
  • Georgia Southern
    +100000
  • Florida Atlantic
    +100000
  • FIU
    +100000
  • East Carolina
    +100000
  • Eastern Michigan
    +100000
  • Duke
    +100000
  • Colorado State
    +100000
  • Charlotte
    +100000
  • Central Michigan
    +100000
  • Buffalo
    +100000
  • Bowling Green
    +100000
  • Ball State
    +100000
  • Arkansas State
    +100000
  • Arizona
    +100000
  • Akron
    +100000
  • Western Michigan
    +100000
  • Western Kentucky
    +100000
  • Vanderbilt
    +100000
  • UTEP
    +100000
  • UNLV
    +100000
  • ULM
    +100000
  • UConn
    +100000
  • UAB
    +100000
  • Tulane
    +100000
  • Troy
    +100000
  • Toledo
    +100000
  • Texas State
    +100000

2021 CFB Odds and Betting

National Collegiate Athletic Association Football (NCAAF/CFB) is entering its 152nd season on the Division I FBS stage in 2021. There are currently 130 schools with Division I NCAAF teams located in the USA. Regular season play will take place between August 28, 2021 through December 11, 2021. Postseason play is scheduled to begin on December 18, 2021, and will include 44 Bowl Games.

The College Football Playoff (CFP) System is entering its eighth season in 2021. It includes the top-four teams in the country, and concludes with the National Championship Game, set to take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana on January 10th, 2022. NCAAF games mostly take place on Saturday during the season, although some games could be scheduled on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. The MAC Conference is known for playing its games mid-week.

With so many teams involved in NCAAF, there are numerous stations that provide coverage throughout the season. Major outlets like ESPN, NBC, ABC and CBS generally offer multiple games during your average college football Saturday.

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