2015 CFB National Title Odds

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(The Spread) – As a season comes to an end, a new season begins. Here is a look at the odds to win the 2015 College Football National Championship.

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According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Florida State is the opening favorite to win next season’s title, as the Seminoles have 11/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Alabama (13/2), Stanford (9/1) and Ohio State (10/1).

Florida State won the BCS National Championship Game over Auburn Monday night, 34-31, to claim its first national title since 2000. The Seminoles will return plenty of talent next season, led by Heisman winner Jameis Winston at quarterback.

Alabama had a down year by its standards, going 11-1 and losing out on the SEC title and then falling in the Sugar Bowl to Oklahoma. Alabama had won three of the last four national titles prior to that season.

Stanford won the Pac-12 title this season but lost to Michigan State in the Rose Bowl. The Cardinal haven’t won a national title since 1940.

Ohio State came up shy on winning the Big Ten this season, losing to Michigan State in the conference title game. The Buckeyes had went 24-0 under Urban Meyer prior to that lost and it was followed up by a loss in the Orange Bowl. Ohio State hasn’t won the national title since 2002.

For a complete listing of odds to win the 2015 College Football National Championship, see below.

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Odds to win the 2015 College Football National Championship

Florida State 11/2 

Alabama 13/2 

Stanford 9/1 

Ohio State 10/1 

Oregon 12/1 

Auburn 14/1 

Michigan State 20/1 

Oklahoma 20/1 

Baylor 25/1 

Clemson 25/1 

Florida 25/1 

Georgia 25/1 

LSU 25/1 

South Carolina 25/1 

Texas A&M 25/1 

UCLA 25/1 

Notre Dame 33/1 

USC 33/1 

Iowa 40/1 

Missouri 40/1 

Oklahoma State 40/1 

Wisconsin 40/1 

Louisville 50/1 

Miami 50/1 

Michigan 50/1 

Nebraska 50/1 

North Carolina 50/1 

Texas 50/1 

Arizona State 66/1 

Mississippi 66/1 

Oregon State 66/1 

UCF 66/1 

Washington 66/1 

Arizona 100/1 

Arkansas 100/1 

Boise State 100/1 

Boston College 100/1 

BYU 100/1 

California 100/1 

Cincinnati 100/1 

Georgia Tech 100/1 

Kansas State 100/1 

Mississippi State 100/1 

Pittsburgh 100/1 

Rutgers 100/1 

South Florida 100/1 

TCU 100/1 

Tennessee 100/1 

Virginia Tech 100/1 

West Virginia 100/1

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