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As we head into Week 11 of the college football regular season, the Alabama Crimson Tide look like men playing against boys. On the college football betting lines, they are the unquestioned favourites to claim the title at this point in the season, and much of that is thanks to quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who has all but guaranteed himself a Heisman trophy despite seeing the field in the fourth quarter for the first time last week.



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Alabama will be very difficult to match this season, but teams will still try. The unbeaten Clemson Tigers have held serve and look like a worthy challenger once again this season after three straight trips to the playoff over the last three seasons. The 2018 College Football Playoff finalists – the Georgia bulldogs – are also in the mix despite having suffered a painful loss to LSU earlier in the season. Add to that two blue-blood legendary programs in Notre Dame and Michigan, who are hoping to get in on the playoff party, and we should have ourselves an exciting end to the regular season and football playoff.


Will the Tide repeat as national champions, or will one of these contenders spoil their party? Here are the NCAAF odds favourites to win the national championship this season.



Alabama Crimson Tide –265 NCAA Football Odds


Outscoring opponents at a nation-leading 37.2 points per game, the Tide are in a class of their own. Alabama boasts the best offense in the country by both total yards and points-per-game metrics, and that’s despite their tendency to take their foot off the gas late in games once the outcome is no longer in question.


This team doesn’t look like any other in college football at this point in the season, and their college football odds for the championship strongly reflect that at –265. Nick Saban’s squad will be incredibly tough to beat this season, as they show no weaknesses on either side of the ball. Bet against the Tide at your own peril.





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Clemson Tigers +500 NCAA Football Odds


Having gone through some turmoil this season over quarterback Kelly Bryant’s departure, Clemson have remained unscathed at 9-0. A few close calls against Texas A&M and Syracuse aside, they’ve looked like they typically do, posting the second-best scoring margin in the country at +33.6 points per contest.


Lawrence is settling in nicely as the starter, and a defense filled with ultra-talented NFL prospects hasn’t disappointed either: the Tigers field the fourth-stingiest defense in the land, allowing just 13.3 points per game to opponents. With +500 NCAA football odds, look for Clemson to contend well into late December and possibly January.



Notre Dame Fighting Irish +550 NCAA Football Odds


Facing a quarterback dilemma early in the season, head coach Brian Kelly seems to have chosen his offensive leader well. Ian Book has been connecting with his targets at a 74.5% rate, which is the highest in the nation. As a result, the Irish are 9-0, have three wins over ranked opponents, and are ranked third in the country after Alabama and Clemson. If Notre Dame’s explosive offense can keep this going for three more weeks, they’ll likely make the playoff and will look to do some damage in the postseason. Don’t sleep on the Irish.



Michigan Wolverines +650 NCAA Football Odds


After much criticism, Jim Harbaugh is finally getting some respect. With Harbaugh at the helm, the Wolverines have always had an outstanding defense, and this year is no exception (5th lowest points allowed), but this time around, the offense has decided to show up as well. Michigan ranks 26th in the country in offensive scoring, which doesn’t seem great at first glance, but it’s a big improvement from their 91st ranking a season ago. This adequate offense, combined with an elite defense, should keep their opponents up at night. The Wolverines are legitimate title contenders on the college football lines.



Georgia Bulldogs +2000 NCAA Football Odds


Georgia were inches away from a national championship title a year ago, so you better believe they want to redeem themselves this season, but it will be a tall order. The Dawgs have one loss already on the season and while that alone is not the end of the world, they’ll likely have to defeat Alabama in the SEC championship to get into the playoff—and that’s assuming they don’t lose again in the regular season. If Georgia can channel the Georgia of last year and compete with Alabama for a chance to get into the postseason, they’ll have a shot against at the title.



*Odds as of November 6, 2018