2015 College Football Gambling Odds Are Out

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Jan 12, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock hands the trophy to Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer as his wife Shelley Meyer (middle) looks on after the 2015 CFP National Championship Game against the Oregon Ducks at AT&T Stadium. Ohio State defeated Oregon 42-20. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Kirby Lee USA TODAY Sports

It’s no surprise that I love to gamble. Often, my gambling doesn’t go that well. But I just love to see what people much smarter than me think about analyzing sports games. With that in mind, the offshore site 5Dimes recently posted its 2015 odds to win a title. Along with the even more ridiculously early Heisman Trophy odds. 

It’s over seven months until college football plays another game. We have no idea how many players, coaches, or administrators will be arrested between now and then. Sure, tons could change. 

But isn’t it also fun to think about the 2015 season? Of course it is. 

So here are the odds to win the 2015 title:

Ohio State +450
TCU +800
Alabama +900
Baylor +1700
USC +1800
Auburn +2000
Oregon +2000
Clemson +2400
Michigan State +2400
Oklahoma +2500
UCLA +2500
LSU +2600
Georgia +2900
Florida State +3000
Notre Dame +3400
Mississippi +4000
Oklahoma State +4000
Arkansas +4500
Texas +5000
Stanford +5500
Georgia Tech +6000
Arizona +6500
Arizona State +6500
Florida +6500
Texas A&M +6500
Tennessee +6600
Wisconsin +6600
Mississippi State +7500
Michigan +8000
Missouri +8000
South Carolina +11000
Utah +11000
Kansas State +12500
Nebraska +12500
Penn State +12500
Louisville +15000
Virginia Tech +15000
Washington +15000
West Virginia +15000
Miami Florida +17500
Washington State +20000
BYU +25000
Iowa +25000
Minnesota +25000
Texas Tech +25000
Cincinnati +25000
Northwestern +25000
South Florida +25000
Maryland +25000
Boise State +30000
NC State +30000
North Carolina +30000
Pittsburgh +30000
Duke +30000
Rutgers +30000
California +40000
Oregon State +40000
Iowa State +40000
Illinois +40000
Kentucky +50000
Boston College +50000
Central Florida +50000
Virginia +50000
Colorado +50000
Indiana +50000
Marshall +50000
Vanderbilt +60000
Kansas +60000
Syracuse +60000
Purdue +80000
Wake Forest +80000

NCAA Football Heisman Trophy Winner

Trevone Boykin QB (TCU) +750
Ezekiel Elliott RB (Ohio State) +800
Dak Prescott QB (Mississippi State) +850
Leonard Fournette RB (LSU) +1150
Nick Chubb RB (Georgia) +1200
Paul Perkins RB (UCLA) +1200
Cody Kessler QB (USC) +1300
Derrick Henry RB (Alabama) +1400
Samaje Perine RB (Oklahoma) +1400
Cardale Jones QB (Ohio State) +1500
Jeremy Johnson QB (Auburn) +2000
Connor Cook QB (Michigan State) +2000
Joshua Dobbs QB (Tennessee) +2000
Jarrett Solomon QB (Arizona) +2000
Deshaun Watson QB (Clemson) +2250
J.T. Barrett QB (Ohio State) +2500
Braxton Miller QB (Ohio State) +2500
Royce Freeman RB (Oregon) +3000
Brad Kaaya QB (Miami Florida) +3300
Corey Clement RB (Wisconsin) +3300
D.J. Foster RB (Arizona State) +3300
Dalvin Cook RB (Florida State) +3300
James Conner RB (Pittsburgh) +3300
Justin Thomas QB (Georgia Tech) +3300
Nick Wilson RB (Arizona) +3300
Seth Russell QB (Baylor) +3300
Mason Rudolph QB (Oklahoma State) +4000
Jacoby Brissett QB (North Carolina State) +5000
Jalen Hurd RB (Tennessee) +5000
Jared Goff QB (California) +5000
Marquise Williams QB (North Carolina) +5000
Laquon Treadwell WR (Mississippi) +6600
Scooby Wright LB (Arizona) +6600

How about conference title odds:


Clemson +250
Florida State +300
Georgia Tech +400
Louisville +800
Duke +800
Virginia Tech +800
NC State +1000
Miami FL +1500
Pittsburgh +1500
North Carolina +2000
Boston College +3000
Virginia +3000
Syracuse +6000
Wake Forest +6000

The Big Ten

Ohio State -150
Michigan State +300
Wisconsin +800
Nebraska +1100
Minnesota +1200
Michigan +1300
Penn State +1700
Iowa +2200
Rutgers +2500
Maryland +3000
Northwestern +5500
Indiana +6000
Illinois +6000
Purdue +8000

Big 12 Champion
tiebreaker is highest CFP final ranking

TCU +200
Baylor +225
Oklahoma +500
Oklahoma State +500
Texas +800
Kansas State +1000
West Virginia +1300
Texas Tech +1500
Iowa State +2000
Kansas +8000

(How funny is that line stating how they pick a champion in the event of a tie?)

Pac-12 Champion

Oregon +200
UCLA +450
USC +450
Arizona +550
Stanford +600
Arizona State +600
Utah +900
California +2000
Washington +3000
Oregon State +4000
Washington State +4000
Colorado +6000

SEC Champion

Alabama +260
Georgia +400
Auburn +400
Mississippi +420
Tennessee +900
LSU +1000
Arkansas +1200
Missouri +1300
Mississippi State +1500
Texas A&M +1500
Florida +2500
South Carolina +2500
Kentucky +7500
Vanderbilt +10000

If futures aren’t your thing, first week game lines are also out:

South Carolina -7.5 vs. North Carolina

Michigan at Utah -6

Texas at Notre Dame -10.5

Arizona State vs. Texas A&M -1

Alabama -13 vs. Wisconsin

Auburn -10 vs. Louisville

Virginia at UCLA -16

Ohio State -19 at Virginia Tech 

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