2018 College Football Championship Outcome Betting Odds

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Jan/01/2018

Gambling911.com has the betting odds for the possible outcomes of the 2018 College Football Championship heading into the New Year's Day Bowl games.

Alabama was a favorite to beat Oklahoma in this year's College Football Championship at respectable 3/1 odds.

The next shortest odds belong to Alabama beating Georgia at 3.5/1 odds.

The biggest payout belongs to Oklahoma defeating Clemson at 7/1 odds for a potenial pay day of $700 for every $100 bet.  This would mean that both early favorites to win the College Football Playoffs - Alabama and Oklahoma - fail to advance to the Championship game. 

Georgia had become a -2 point favorite in its Playoff game against Oklahoma heading into Monday.  The Bulldogs defeating the Tigers pays $600 for every $100 bet.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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