Updated odds favor an Alabama-Clemson rematch in CFP National Championship

Posted September 19, 2017

Oklahoma remained steady in coaches poll behind Alabama and Clemson.

Alabama remains No. 1, with Clemson jumping up one spot to No. 2 over Oklahoma after an impressive 47-21 victory over Heisman victor Lamar Jackson and Louisville.

The latest college football national championship odds were released by Las Vegas sports book Bovada on Monday.

The Wolverines were listed with 14/1 odds after Week 2, but that number is down to 20/1 after Week 3.

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Week 4 of the season is highlighted by Penn State's night trip to Iowa. They earned the No. 14 slot this week after being ranked 17 a week ago. The Hurricanes' game vs. Florida State originally scheduled for Week 3 is going to be played October 7.

Losses by LSU to Mississippi State and Louisville dropped those teams to 19th and 20th this week. Vanderbilt moves in after moving to 3-0 with a win over a solid Kansas State team. The Commodores host Alabama in Week 4. Defending national champion Clemson is second with 11/2 odds, while USC (7/1) and Oklahoma (8/1) are close behind the Tigers. Washington 8. MI 9. MI 9. Wisconsin 10.

The highest ranked Group of Five team also resides in the state of Florida as the USF Bulls now sit at No. 21 in the AP poll and No. 17 in the Coaches poll.

Virginia Tech at No. 13 and Miami at No. 14 round out the ACC teams in the poll. Auburn 16. TCU 17.