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Clemson's Massive Drop in Latest CFP Odds

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/26/2021

It appears Clemson won't be in the College Football Playoff for the first time since the tournament's inaugural year.

SportsBetting.ag has updated its national championship odds, and following Clemson's second loss of the season the Tigers are now a longshot with 75/1 odds.

Ohio State is the only team in the first 11 odds with a loss. Oregon, which handed the Buckeyes that defeat, have worse odds than Ohio State.

Arkansas started the season with 500/1 odds but has jumped to 75/1 after beating the Aggies on Saturday.

Texas A&M had 25/1 odds before the loss to Arkansas.

Odds are subject to change and current numbers can be seen here: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/ncaaf-futures
 

CFP Odds (9-26-21)

 

Alabama                      +175

Georgia                       +175

Ohio State                   +1200

Oklahoma                   +1200

Oregon                        +1400

Penn State                  +2500

Notre Dame                +3300

Iowa                            +4000

Michigan                     +4000

Ole Miss                      +4000

Cincinnati                    +5000

Florida                         +5000

Texas                           +5000

Arkansas                     +7500

Clemson                      +7500

NC State                      +7500

Texas A&M                 +7500

Michigan State            +8000

LSU                              +10000

Virginia Tech               +10000

Auburn                        +12500

BYU                             +12500

Oklahoma State          +12500

Pittsburgh                   +15000

UCLA                           +15000

Iowa State                   +20000

Kentucky                     +20000

North Carolina            +20000

Arizona State              +25000

Baylor                          +25000

Coastal Carolina          +25000

SMU                            +25000

Wake Forest                +25000

Washington                +25000

Wisconsin                   +25000

Boston College            +30000

Maryland                    +30000

Miami                          +30000

USC                             +30000

Utah                            +30000

Louisville                     +40000

TCU                             +40000

Appalachian State       +50000

Boise State                  +50000

Kansas State                +50000

Minnesota                   +50000

Missouri                      +50000

Purdue                        +50000

Texas Tech                  +50000

West Virginia              +50000

Memphis                     +75000

Mississippi State         +75000

Stanford                      +75000

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