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Odds to win 2015 National Title

Dust has barely settled on the 2014 BCS and it’s already time to look towards next year..at least for everyone that isn’t a Florida State fan. With the inception of a college football playoff (sorry FCS, this one is for keeps) oddsmakers are in a different position pricing long shots because the road for getting to the title game is a bit clearer. Gone are 1000-1 prices on mid tier teams from power conferences, aka Auburn last January, since a few fortuitous bounces and just getting into the postseason will give teams a chance to claim the hardware. 

The most interesting part about these opening lines? There isn’t a single team priced higher than 300-1 going into the year whereas last season 14 schools opened with odds of 500-1 or greater.

These odds were posted earlier today at the LVH here in Vegas. Rather then offer knee jerk value plays we’ll spend the rest of this week trying to identify some of the best early bets for next week’s too early preview of the 2015 national championship

ODDS TO WIN 2015 COLLEGE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 
AT&T STADIUM– ARLINGTON, TX
MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2015

FLORIDA ST 5-2
OREGON 5
ALABAMA 5
AUBURN 20
LSU 20
OKLAHOMA 12
UCLA 20
OHIO ST 12
BAYLOR 20
MICHIGAN ST 25
WISCONSIN 25
STANFORD 30
ARIZONA ST 30
MISSOURI 60
SOUTH CAROLINA 60
OKLAHOMA ST 60
OLE MISS 35
GEORGIA 60
WASHINGTON 100
USC 50
IOWA 100
TEXAS A&M 60
NOTRE DAME 60
CLEMSON 60
ARIZONA 100
KANSAS ST 60
TEXAS 50
BYU 100
UTAH ST 300
FLORIDA 75
BOISE ST 300
MISSISSIPPI ST 100
TENNESSEE 100
MIAMI FL 100
NORTH CAROLINA 100
NEBRASKA 100
VIRGINIA TECH 100
MICHIGAN 75
GEORGIA TECH 300
OREGON ST 300
TCU 200
TEXAS TECH 200
PITTSBURGH 300
WASHINGTON ST 300
UTAH 300
DUKE 300
LOUISVILLE 300
NORTHWESTERN 100
VANDERBILT 300
FIELD 100

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.