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2021-22 College Football National Champ - To Win
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Alabama
3.60
Clemson
5.50
Georgia
8.00
Ohio State
7.50
Oklahoma
9.00
Iowa State
34.00
Florida
34.00
Notre Dame
41.00
USC
41.00
LSU
26.00
North Carolina
41.00
Oregon
41.00
Texas
29.00
Texas A&M
19.00
Wisconsin
61.00
Miami (FL)
61.00
Michigan
61.00
Penn State
61.00
Washington
101.00
Cincinnati
101.00
Oklahoma State
101.00
Auburn
101.00
Arizona State
101.00
Indiana
101.00
Iowa
101.00
Kentucky
101.00
Ole Miss
101.00
Pittsburgh
101.00
Tennessee
101.00
UCLA
101.00
West Virginia
101.00
Utah
151.00
Arkansas
201.00
Florida State
101.00
Kansas State
201.00
Northwestern
201.00
TCU
201.00
Boston College
251.00
California
251.00
Colorado
251.00
Georgia Tech
251.00
Louisville
251.00
Michigan State
251.00
Minnesota
251.00
Mississippi State
251.00
Missouri
251.00
Nebraska
251.00
Purdue
251.00
South Carolina
251.00
Stanford Cardinal
251.00
Texas Tech
251.00
Virginia Tech
251.00
Washington State
251.00
Arizona
301.00
Coastal Carolina
301.00
NC State
501.00
Virginia
301.00
Appalachian State
501.00
Army
501.00
Baylor
401.00
Boise State
501.00
BYU
501.00
Duke
501.00
Houston
501.00
Illinois
501.00
Maryland
501.00
Memphis
501.00
Navy
501.00
Oregon State
501.00
Rutgers
501.00
SMU
501.00
Syracuse
501.00
Tulsa
501.00
UCF
401.00
Vanderbilt
501.00
Wake Forest
501.00
Kansas
751.00

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National Championship Betting Odds | NCAA Division I FBS Lines

 
College Football
Sport American Football
Category College | NCAA - National Collegiate Athletic Association
Participating teams 132
First Season Awarded 1869
 

College Football | Bet on the NCAA National Championship

It is the highest level championship for college players in the U.S. Every Saturday in the fall, thousands of fans of this sport gather to support their favorite college football teams, fighting to reach the national championship held annually in January.

It is considered the second level of American soccer in all North America, below the professional NFL competition, its players are athletes coming from universities and colleges, in some areas of the country, college soccer is even more popular than the NFL.

The first documented intercollegiate game occurred in 1869 when Rutgers University faced the College of New Jersey (Princeton University) at that time, this first game was played by Rutgers' rules.

Although its beginnings were at Rutgers and Princeton, the most successful team in college soccer is the Michigan team with 962 recorded wins in 2020, in terms of national championships Yale University is at the top of that list with a total of 27 championships.

How is the NCAAF championship determined? The College Football Playoff (CFP) is the committee in charge of the classification of the teams, every week before determining the four best teams, this after the last week of the game. The first team that qualifies plays against the four qualified teams, and the second team will play against the third qualified team in a single match. The winners of this game will face each other in a PFC final to determine the champion.

The 2020-2021 season has suffered some setbacks because of the COVID-19 pandemic that affected the entire world. It is expected that the resumption of college soccer competition will be played in the spring, even that is a bit uncertain since, college sports activities must be adjusted to the school periods. Simply moving all sports from the fall semester to the spring semester, which in turn has its traditional competitions, brings its own challenges. In any case, this scenario depends on how the health situation will be in the coming months, and the current reality is that there are no guarantees.

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The College Football Playoff was designed as a replacement for the BCS which at the end just had too many issues to keep on with the system. Eventhough the NCAA does not officially sanction the event, organizers sought to bring a playoff system similar to all other levels of NCAA football to the Football Bowl Subdivision.

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College Football | Championships - 1936–Present

The FBS-level playoff system called the College Football Playoff (CFP) was implemented beginning with the 2014 season. The CFP is a Plus-One system, a concept that became popular as an alternative to the BCS following the 2003 and 2004 controversies. he CFP is a four-team tournament whose participants are chosen and seeded by a 13-member selection committee. The semifinals are hosted by two of a group of traditional bowl games known as the New Year's Six, with the semifinal site rotating annually between three pairs of games in the following order: Rose/Sugar, Orange/Cotton and Fiesta/Peach. The two semifinal winners advance to the College Football National Championship, the site of which is determined by open bidding several years in advance.

School Championships Season
Alabama 13 1961, 1964, 1965 (AP), 1973 (Coaches), 1978 (AP), 1979, 1992, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2020
Notre Dame 8 1943, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1966, 1973 (AP), 1977, 1988
Oklahoma 7 1950, 1955, 1956, 1974 (AP), 1975, 1985, 2000
USC 7 1962, 1967, 1972, 1974 (Coaches), 1978 (Coaches), 2003 (AP), 2004 (AP)
Ohio State 6 1942, 1954 (AP), 1957 (Coaches), 1968, 2002, 2014
Miami (FL) 5 1983, 1987, 1989, 1991 (AP), 2001
Nebraska 5 1970 (AP), 1971, 1994, 1995, 1997 (Coaches)
LSU 4 1958, 2003 (Coaches), 2007, 2019
Minnesota 4 1936, 1940, 1941, 1960
Texas 4 1963, 1969, 1970 (Coaches), 2005
Clemson 3 1981, 2016, 2018
Florida 3 1996, 2006, 2008
Florida State 3 1993, 1999, 2013
Army 2 1944, 1945 (AP)
Auburn 2 1957 (AP), 2010
Michigan 2 1948, 1997 (AP)
Michigan State 2 1952, 1965 (Coaches)
Penn State 2 1982, 1986
Pittsburgh 2 1937, 1976
Tennessee 2 1951, 1998
BYU 1 1984
Colorado 1 1990 (AP)
Georgia 1 1980
Georgia Tech 1 1990 (Coaches)
Maryland 1 1953
Oklahoma State 1 1945 (Coaches)
Syracuse 1 1959
TCU 1 1938
Texas A&M 1 1939
UCLA 1 1954 (Coaches)
Washington 1 1991 (Coaches)
 

College Football | College Football National Champions and Seasons

Year National Champion Heisman Trophy
2020 Alabama (AP, CFP) DeVonta Smith
2019 LSU (AP, CFP) Joe Burrow
2018 Clemson (AP, CFP) Kyler Murray
2017 Alabama (AP, CFP) Baker Mayfield
2016 Clemson (AP, CFP) Lamar Jackson
2015 Alabama (AP, CFP) Derrick Henry
2014 Ohio State (AP, CFP) Marcus Mariota
2013 Florida State (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA) Jameis Winston
2012 Alabama (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA) Johnny Manziel
2011 Alabama (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA) Robert Griffin III
2010 Auburn (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA) Cam Newton
2009 Alabama (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA) Mark Ingram
2008 Florida (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA) Sam Bradford
2007 LSU (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA) Tim Tebow
2006 Florida (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA) Troy Smith
2005 Texas (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA) Reggie Bush
2004 USC (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA-ESPN) Matt Leinart
2003 LSU (BCS, NFF, USA-ESPN), USC (AP, FWAA) Jason White
2002 Ohio State (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA-ESPN) Carson Palmer
2001 Miami (FL) (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA-ESPN) Eric Crouch
2000 Oklahoma (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA-ESPN) Chris Weinke
1999 Florida State (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA-ESPN) Ron Dayne
1998 Tennessee (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA-ESPN) Ricky Williams
1997 Michigan (AP, FWAA, NFF), Nebraska (USA-ESPN) Charles Woodson
1996 Florida (AP, FWAA, NFF, USA-CNN) Danny Wuerffel
Year National Champion Heisman Trophy
1995 Nebraska (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN) Eddie George
1994 Nebraska (AP, FWAA, UPI, USA-CNN, USA-NFF) Rashaan Salaam
1993 Florida State (AP, FWAA, UPI, USA-CNN, USA-NFF) Charlie Ward
1992 Alabama (AP, FWAA, UPI-NFF, USA-CNN) Gino Torretta
1991 Washington (FWAA, UPI-NFF, USA-CNN), Miami (FL) (AP) Desmond Howard
1990 Colorado (AP, FWAA, NFF, USA-CNN), Georgia Tech (UPI) Ty Detmer
1989 Miami (FL) (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN) Andre Ware
1988 Notre Dame (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN) Barry Sanders
1987 Miami (FL) (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN) Tim Brown
1986 Penn State (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN) Vinny Testaverde
1985 Oklahoma (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN) Bo Jackson
1984 Brigham Young (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN) Doug Flutie
1983 Miami (FL) (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN) Mike Rozier
1982 Penn State (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI, USA-CNN) Herschel Walker
1981 Clemson (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Marcus Allen
1980 Georgia (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) George Rogers
1979 Alabama (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Charles White
1978 Alabama (AP, FWAA, NFF), USC (UPI) Billy Sims
1977 Notre Dame (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Earl Campbell
1976 Pitt (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Tony Dorsett
1975 Oklahoma (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Archie Griffin
1974 USC (FWAA, NFF, UPI), Oklahoma (AP) Archie Griffin
1973 Notre Dame (AP, FWAA, NFF), Alabama (UPI) John Cappelletti
1972 USC (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Johnny Rodgers
1971 Nebraska (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Pat Sullivan
Year National Champion Heisman Trophy
1970 Texas (NFF, UPI), Nebraska (AP, FWAA), Ohio State (NFF) Jim Plunkett
1969 Texas (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Steve Owens
1968 Ohio State (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) O.J. Simpson
1967 USC (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Gary Beban
1966 Notre Dame (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI), Michigan State (NFF) Steve Spurrier
1965 Michigan State (FWAA, NFF, UPI), Alabama (AP, FWAA) Mike Garrett
1964 Alabama (AP, UPI), Arkansas (FWAA), Notre Dame (NFF) John Huarte
1963 Texas (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Roger Staubach
1962 USC (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Terry Baker
1961 Alabama (AP, NFF, UPI), Ohio State (FWAA) Ernie Davis
1960 Minnesota (AP, NFF, UPI), Ole Miss (FWAA) Joe Bellino
1959 Syracuse (AP, FWAA, NFF, UPI) Billy Cannon
1958 LSU (AP, UPI), Iowa (FWAA) Pete Dawkins
1957 Ohio State (FWAA, UPI), Auburn (AP) John David Crow
1956 Oklahoma (AP, FWAA, UPI) Paul Hornung
1955 Oklahoma (AP, FWAA, UPI) Howard Cassady
1954 UCLA (FWAA, UPI), Ohio State (AP) Alan Ameche
1953 Maryland (AP, UPI) Johnny Lattner
1952 Michigan State (AP, UPI) Billy Vessels
1951 Tennessee (AP, UPI) Dick Kazmaier
1950 Oklahoma (AP, UPI) Vic Janowicz
1949 Notre Dame (AP) Leon Hart
1948 Michigan (AP) Doak Walker
1947 Notre Dame (AP) Johnny Lujack
1946 Notre Dame (AP) Glenn Davis
Year National Champion Heisman Trophy
1945 Army (AP) Doc Blanchard
1944 Army (AP) Les Horvath
1943 Notre Dame (AP) Angelo Bertelli
1942 Ohio State (AP) Frank Sinkwich
1941 Minnesota (AP) Bruce Smith
1940 Minnesota (AP) Tom Harmon
1939 Texas A&M (AP) Nile Kinnick
1938 Texas Christian (AP) Davey O'Brien
1937 Pitt (AP) Clint Frank
1936 Minnesota (AP) Larry Kelley
1935 Minnesota (HELMS, NCF) Jay Berwanger
1934 Minnesota (HELMS, NCF)
1933 Michigan (HELMS, NCF)
1932 USC (HELMS, NCF)
1931 USC (HELMS, NCF)
1930 Notre Dame (HELMS, NCF)
1929 Notre Dame (HELMS, NCF)
1928 Georgia Tech (HELMS, NCF)
1927 Illinois (HELMS, NCF)
1926 Alabama (HELMS, NCF), Stanford (HELMS, NCF)
1925 Alabama (HELMS, NCF)
1924 Notre Dame (HELMS, NCF)
1923 Illinois (HELMS, NCF), Michigan (NCF)
1922 Princeton (NCF), California (NCF), Cornell (HELMS)
1921 Cornell (HELMS, NCF)
Year National Champion Heisman Trophy
1920 California (HELMS, NCF)
1919 Harvard (HELMS, NCF), Texas A&M (NCF), Notre Dame (NCF)
1918 Pitt (HELMS, NCF), Michigan (NCF)
1917 Georgia Tech (HELMS, NCF)
1916 Pitt (HELMS, NCF)
1915 Cornell (HELMS, NCF)
1914 Army (HELMS, NCF)
1913 Harvard (HELMS, NCF)
1912 Harvard (HELMS, NCF), Penn State (NCF)
1911 Princeton (HELMS, NCF), Penn State (NCF)
1910 Harvard (HELMS, NCF), Pitt (NCF)
1909 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1908 Pennsylvania (HELMS, NCF), LSU (NCF)
1907 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1906 Princeton (HELMS, NCF)
1905 Chicago (HELMS, NCF)
1904 Pennsylvania (HELMS, NCF), Michigan (NCF)
1903 Princeton (HELMS, NCF), Michigan (NCF)
1902 Michigan (HELMS, NCF)
1901 Michigan (HELMS, NCF)
1900 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1899 Harvard (HELMS, NCF)
1898 Harvard (HELMS, NCF)
1897 Pennsylvania (HELMS, NCF)
1896 Princeton (HELMS, NCF), Lafayette (NCF)
Year National Champion Heisman Trophy
1895 Pennsylvania (HELMS, NCF)
1894 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1893 Princeton (HELMS, NCF)
1892 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1891 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1890 Harvard (HELMS, NCF)
1889 Princeton (HELMS, NCF)
1888 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1887 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1886 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1885 Princeton (HELMS, NCF)
1884 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1883 Yale (HELMS, NCF)
1882 Yale (NCF)
1881 Yale (NCF)
1880 Princeton (NCF), Yale (NCF)
1879 Princeton (NCF)
1878 Princeton (NCF)
1877 Yale (NCF)
1876 Yale (NCF)
1875 Harvard (NCF)
1874 Yale (NCF)
1873 Princeton (NCF)
1872 Princeton (NCF)
1870 Princeton (NCF)
1869 Princeton (NCF)
 
 

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