BCS Championship Odds

The BCS Standings were released for the first time in the 2009 College Football Season, and the defending champion, Florida, is on top of the list.

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The Gators are .03 points ahead of SEC foe Alabama, which sits in second place. Unbeatens Texas, Boise State, and Cincinnati round out the top five.
With the top spot, Florida is the favorite to win the 2010 BCS Championship Game according to oddsmakers from online sports book SPORSBETTING.com. Florida has 5/7 odds to win while other shorts odds are Texas (12/5), Alabama (5/2), USC (8/1), and Miami (30/1).
The SEC has been represented in the last three BCS National Championship Games and five of the 11 games in history. Florida and Alabama rank 1 and 2 in the two major college football polls, but only one is likely to reach the title game, as if the two remain undefeated, they will meet in the SEC Championship game, with the winner moving to the BCS title game.
Texas is currently undefeated at 6-0 and is coming off a win over its biggest rival in Oklahoma. Texas is the last Big 12 team to win the BCS National Championship in the 2006 title game. The Big 12 has been part of six of the past 11 championship games.
USC is 5-1 on the year with an embarrassing loss to Washington in the third week of the season. The Trojans have since won two games over ranked opponents and have six conference games remaining. With some help from Texas or both Florida and Alabama, USC could sneak into one of the top two BCS spots. USC has been the only Pac-10 school represented in the BCS National title game in history, with the Trojans appearing in two games.
Potential BCS busters like Boise State (60/1) and TCU (50/1) have long odds to win as their conferences have never appeared in the title game. Unbeaten Cincinnati has 60/1 odds and leads the Big East, which hasn’t had a team in the title game since 2003.
For complete odds on all of the BCS Contenders, see below.
Odds to win the 2010 BCS Championship
Florida 5/7    
Texas 12/5    
Alabama 5/2    
USC 8/1    
Miami FL 30/1    
TCU 50/1    
Penn St 50/1    
Iowa 60/1    
Cincinnati 60/1    
Boise St 60/1    
Oregon 75/1    
Georgia Tech 75/1    
Oklahoma St 250/1    
Texas Tech 250/1    
LSU 250/1    
West Virginia 250/1    
Pittsburgh 500/1    
BYU 1000/1    
Ohio St 1000/1    
Utah 1000/1    
Virginia Tech 1000/1    
Kansas 1000/1    
Michigan 5000/1    
Arkansas 5000/1    
South Florida 5000/1    
Rutgers 5000/1    
Auburn 5000/1    
Arizona St 5000/1    
Oregon St 5000/1    
Boston College 5000/1    
Nebraska 5000/1    
Michigan St 5000/1    
Arizona 5000/1    
Missouri 5000/1    
Notre Dame 5000/1    
Mississippi 5000/1    
California 5000/1    
North Carolina 5000/1    
South Carolina 5000/1
Field (Any Other Team) 100/1
Current BCS Standings
1. Florida 0.9900 
2. Alabama 0.9600 
3. Texas 0.8900 
4. Boise St. 0.8100 
5. Cincinnati 0.7900 
6. Iowa 0.7900 
7. USC 0.7700 
8. TCU 0.7100 
9. LSU 0.7100 
10. Miami (FL) 0.6300 
11. Oregon 0.5800 
12. Georgia Tech 0.5700 
13. Penn St. 0.5000 
14. Virginia Tech 0.4900 
15. Oklahoma St. 0.4000 
16. BYU 0.3000 
17. Houston 0.2700 
18. Utah 0.2500 
19. Ohio St. 0.2200 
20. Pittsburgh 0.2000 
21. Wisconsin 0.1200 
22. Arizona 0.1100 
23. West Virginia 0.1100 
24. South Carolina 0.1000 
25. Kansas 0.1000
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Posted: 10/19/09 2:46PM ET

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