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In an eventful season of college football, Georgia secured the 2021-22 National Championship by beating Alabama in Indianapolis by a 33-18 score. Soon after the Bulldogs lifted the trophy, Vegas oddsmakers released odds for NCAAF 2022-23 futures bets. Top sportsbooks have made the Crimson Tide preseason favorites to win the National Championship in 2023. View the latest odds for college futures betting markets below.


NCAAF Championship Winner Futures Odds

2022-2023 NCAA Championship Winner: Outright
2022-2023 NCAA Championship Winner: Outright
01/01/23 @ 0:00
Team Win
Alabama +200
Georgia +375
Ohio State +475
Clemson +1500
USC +1600
Texas A&M +1600
Wisconsin +3300
Michigan +3500
Oklahoma +3500
Notre Dame +4000
Oregon +4400
Utah +4400
LSU +4500
Baylor +5000
Texas +5500
Florida +6000
Miami Florida +6000
Mississippi +6000
Penn State +6000
BYU +8000
Arkansas +9000
Nebraska +10000
Tennessee +10000
Kentucky +10000
Oklahoma State +10000
Pittsburgh +10000
Auburn +10000
North Carolina +10000
UCLA +10000
NC State +12500
Michigan State +15000
South Carolina +15000
Washington +15000
Arizona State +20000
Cincinnati +20000
Iowa +20000
Maryland +20000
Minnesota +20000
Mississippi State +20000
Purdue +20000
Stanford +20000
TCU +20000
Wake Forest +20000
Boston College +25000
California +25000
Central Florida +25000
Florida State +25000
Indiana +25000
Iowa State +25000
Louisville +25000
Oregon State +25000
Virginia +25000
West Virginia +25000
Georgia Tech +30000
Houston +30000
Kansas State +30000
Virginia Tech +30000
Washington State +30000
Texas Tech +20000
Missouri +40000
Arizona +50000
Coastal Carolina +50000
Colorado +50000
Syracuse +50000
Illinois +50000
Duke +75000
Air Force +100000
Akron +100000
Appalachian State +100000
Arkansas State +100000
Army +100000
Ball State +100000
Boise State +100000
Bowling Green +100000
Buffalo +100000
Central Michigan +100000
Charlotte +100000
Colorado State +100000
Connecticut +100000
East Carolina +100000
Eastern Michigan +100000
Florida Atlantic +100000
Florida International +100000
Georgia State +100000
Hawaii +100000
Kansas +100000
Kent State +100000
Liberty +100000
Louisiana Tech +100000
Marshall +100000
Massachusetts +100000
Memphis +100000
Miami Ohio +100000
Middle Tennessee State +100000
Navy +100000
New Mexico +100000
New Mexico State +100000
North Texas +100000
Northern Illinois +100000
Northwestern +100000
Ohio +100000
Old Dominion +100000
Rice +100000
SMU +100000
San Diego State +100000
San Jose State +100000
South Alabama +100000
South Florida +100000
Southern Mississippi +100000
Temple +100000
Texas State +100000
Toledo +100000
Troy +100000
Tulane +100000
Tulsa +100000
UAB +100000
UL Lafayette +100000
UL Monroe +100000
UNLV +100000
UTEP +100000
UTSA +100000
Utah State +25000
Vanderbilt +100000
Western Kentucky +100000
Western Michigan +100000
Wyoming +100000

* NCAA odds correct at the time of article publication. All betting odds are subject to fluctuation.


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CFB Betting Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Futures betting in NCAAF?

    Futures betting refers to wagers such as who will win the national championship or which team will win any given conference. These tend to be long-term bets that will see your stake tied up for some time and require patience from the bettor, but which can prove lucrative if you were to back something early at big odds.

  • When is the 2022-23 NCAAF season?

    The 2021 NCAA Division I FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) season starts on August 27, 2022, and finishes on December 10, 2022.

  • What’s the best betting advice for NCAAF?

    Sportsbooks are always looking to attract new customers and many use the incentive of sign-up bonuses as one way of doing this.

    These bonuses usually come in the form of free betting credits once you have made your first deposit and can be used to have a risk free bet on the NCAAF.

    Some sportsbooks will also offer enhanced odds on certain outcomes in NCAAF games, particularly during the Bowls season.

  • Which schools have won the most national championships (as claimed by schools)?

    • Princeton Tigers – 28
    • Yale Bulldogs – 27
    • Alabama Crimson Tide – 17
    • Michigan Wolverines – 11
    • Notre Dame Fighting Irish – 11
    • USC Trojans - 11