2010 BCS Title Odds

The 2009 college football season begins in early September and Florida, Oklahoma, Texas and USC are expected to challenge for the BCS National Championship.

Bet 2009-2010 College Football Futures

The defending champion Florida Gators have earned the right to be favored to win the 2010 BCS National Championship after beating Heisman Trophy candidate Sam Bradford and the high-powered Oklahoma Sooner offense 24-14 in the title game last year.

Oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL have established Florida as the opening favorite to win the 2010 BCS National Championship at 2/1 odds. Oklahoma is 9/2, while its fellow Big 12 rival Texas is 13/2 to win. The USC Trojans also have short odds to win at 6/1.

Even though Tim Tebow returns under center and their defense is once again expected to be outstanding, the Gators could have a tough time repeating as champions with teams like Alabama (16/1), LSU (20/1) and Ole’ Miss once expected to be competitive in the SEC this season.

The Long Horns and Sooners are once again expected to be the cream of the crop in the Big 12, as long as Bradford and Colt McCoy stay healthy that is. Texas Tech (65/1) will always be a tough game with its offensive firepower, but the Red Raiders lost two significant pieces of last year’s team in quarterback Graham Harrell and receiver Michael Crabtree.

In the Big 10, the Ohio State Buckeyes (10/1) are once again expected to run away with things with phenom sophomore quarterback Terrelle Pryor returning under center. But nobody would be surprised if Penn State (40/1) once again challenged OSU for the Big 10 title and Iowa (70/1) is a potential sleeper.

For complete odds to win on the 2010 BCS National Championship, including intriguging long shots Tennessee (60/1), Nebraska (45/1) and Oregon (35/1), see below.

College Football Futures - Odds to Win 2010 BCS National Championship

Alabama 16/1

Arizona 150/1

Arizona State 100/1

Arkansas 100/1

Auburn 125/1

Boise State 100/1

Boston College 100/1

California 50/1

Cincinnati 90/1

Clemson 45/1

Colorado 80/1

Florida 2/1

Florida State 20/1

Georgia 50/1

Georgia Tech 50/1

Illinois 70/1

Iowa 70/1

Kansas 75/1

Kansas State 175/1

Kentucky 125/1

Louisville 150/1

LSU 20/1

Maryland 200/1

Miami Florida 25/1

Michigan 90/1

Michigan State 100/1

Missouri 100/1

Nebraska 45/1

North Carolina 65/1

North Carolina State 100/1

Notre Dame 25/1

Ohio State 10/1

Oklahoma 9/2

Oklahoma State 45/1

Oregon 35/1

Oregon State 150/1

Penn State 40/1

Pittsburgh 60/1

Rutgers 100/1

South Carolina 90/1

South Florida 55/1

Tennessee 60/1

Texas 13/2

Texas A&M 150/1

Texas Tech 65/1

UCLA 80/1

Utah 75/1

USC 6/1

Virginia 100/1

Virginia Tech 17/1

Wake Forest 100/1

Washington 150/1

West Virginia 60/1

Wisconsin 60/1

Field (Any Other Team) 30/1

Bet 2009-2010 College Football Futures

Posted: 6/23/09 11:50PM ET

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