Updated BCS Champion Odds

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(The Spread) – The eighth week of the 2012 College Football Season is complete and we have updated odds to win this season’s national title.

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According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Alabama is the clear favorite to win the national title, as they have 6/5 odds. Other short odds to win the national title are Kansas State (4/1), Oregon (9/2) and Florida (8/1).

Alabama is No. 1 in the poll and off to a 7-0 start this year and the Crimson Tide are now 4-0 in the SEC following a 44-13 win over Tennessee last week. Alabama has won every game this year by at least 19 points.

Kansas State is No. 4 in the current AP Poll. The Wildcats are 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the Big 12. Kansas State is coming off a 55-14 win at West Virginia last week.

Oregon is No. 2 in the AP Poll. The Ducks are now 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the Pac-12 with a 43-21 win at Arizona State. Oregon has won each game by at least 17 points.

Florida is No. 3 in the AP Poll. The Gators are 7-0 overall and now 6-0 in the SEC after a 44-11 win over South Carolina last Saturday. The Gators have defeated five teams that have been ranked during the year.

Bet on College Football Week 9 Odds

For the odds for each team to win the 2013 BCS National Championship, see below.

2013 BCS National Championship Odds

Alabama 6/5

Kansas St 4/1

Oregon 9/2

Florida 8/1

USC 9/1

LSU 10/1

Oklahoma 12/1

Notre Dame 15/1

Florida St 30/1

Georgia 50/1

Clemson 100/1

Mississippi St 100/1

Louisville 100/1

South Carolina 500/1

North Carolina St 1000/1

UCLA 1000/1

Arizona St 1000/1

Cincinnati 1000/1

Texas 1000/1

Michigan 1000/1

West Virginia 1000/1

Nebraska 1000/1

Texas A&M 1000/1

Wisconsin 1000/1

TCU 1000/1

Boise St 1000/1

Oklahoma St 1000/1

Stanford 1000/1

Field (Any Other Team) 40/1

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