2014 BCS Champion Odds

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(The Spread) – After a dominant victory in the 2013 BCS National Championship Game, Alabama is already the favorite to win the title again next season.

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According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, the Crimson Tide are a 3/1 favorite to win the national title next season. Other short odds to win are Oregon (8/1), Ohio State (17/2) and LSU (11/1).

Alabama won the national title for the third time in four years on Monday night with a 42-14 thrashing of Notre Dame. Alabama seems to simply reload each season with great recruiting classes and Nick Saban has established himself as a cut above the rest when it comes to college coaches.

Oregon has the explosive offense that many desire, but that hasn’t been enough for the Ducks to break through and win a national title. Oregon reached the title game in 2011 but fell short, and since they haven’t been able to string together an unbeaten season. It does appear Chip Kelly is returning to coach the team, which should keep them as a strong contender.

Ohio State actually went 12-0 this past season, but couldn’t contend for the national title due to a postseason ban from the NCAA. That will be gone next season and Urban Meyer has a strong quarterback in Braxton Miller, along with a defense that should continue to improve. He is trying to bring the SEC style of team building to Ohio State.

LSU is one of the teams to have been part of this seven-year win streak with SEC schools. The Tigers won the 2008 game and have been trying to regain the title since. The Tigers lost the 2012 game against Alabama. LSU should have another strong team with a lot of offensive weapons returning and more strong defensive players.

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For the odds for each team to win the 2014 BCS National Championship, see below.

2014 BCS National Championship Odds

Alabama 4/1

Oregon 8/1

Ohio State 17/2

LSU 11/1

Texas A&M 12/1

Florida State 14/1

Clemson 16/1

Florida 16/1

Louisville 22/1

Notre Dame 22/1

Miami 25/1

Oklahoma 25/1

South Carolina 25/1

Georgia 28/1

Nebraska 28/1

Stanford 30/1

Texas 30/1

Michigan 33/1

USC 35/1

Oklahoma State 40/1

UCLA 40/1

Mississippi State 50/1

Wisconsin 50/1

TCU 66/1

Virginia Tech 66/1

Boise State 75/1

Michigan State 75/1

North Carolina 75/1

Oregon State 75/1

Arizona 100/1

Arkansas 100/1

Kansas State 100/1

Rutgers 100/1

Tennessee 100/1

Washington 100/1

Cincinnati 125/1

BYU 150/1

Pittsburgh 150/1

West Virginia 150/1

Auburn 200/1

Georgia Tech 200/1

Iowa 200/1

Missouri 250/1

Boston College 300/1

California 300/1

South Florida 300/1

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