Most and Least Bet Teams for 2020 CFP Championship, Updated Heisman Odds

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The Clemson Tigers are attracting a lot of interest from the gambling community.

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According to data released by SportsBetting.ag (www.sportsbetting.ag) on Monday, the Tigers have received the largest number of bets to capture the 2020 CFP Championship.
SportsBetting provided data for the three teams with the largest amount of bets and largest amount of money wagered on their College Football Playoff odds.
Clemson is the only program to show up on both lists, but the Tigers haven't received the most coin to take home the title next season.
Teams with most bets taken:
1. Clemson Tigers
2. Alabama Crimson Tide
3. Texas Longhorns
Teams with most money wagered:
1. Georgia Bulldogs
2. Oklahoma Sooners
3. Clemson Tigers
"It feels like parity has come to a halt in college football, and bettors are reacting to early odds with that notion in mind," Robert Cooper, SportsBetting.ag's head linesman, said. "We've incurred a ton of action on the usual suspects, Alabama and Clemson, to win the national title, to qualify for the CFP, to go over their win totals, etc. The betting public again sees this season as a two-horse race to the finish, and it's hard to argue.
"LSU and Texas are the trendy, "underdog" picks. Some of that action is from sharp value players, but those teams always have a lot of backing from their loyal fan bases."
Oddsmakers from SportsBetting said they anticipate both Clemson and Alabama to be at minimum 10-point favorites in every game they play this year. They also recently moved Clemson's regular season victory total from 11 to 11.5 due to betting action.
National Championship Odds
Clemson  +200
Alabama  +225
Georgia  +700
Ohio State  +900
Oklahoma  +1200
Michigan  +1600
Florida  +2500
LSU  +2500  
Texas  +2500  
Notre Dame  +3300  
Oregon  +3300
Penn State  +3300
Auburn  +5000
Nebraska  +5000  
Texas A&M  +5000
Washington  +5000
Wisconsin  +5000
Miami  +6600  
Mississippi State  +6600
USC  +10000
Utah  +10000
Virginia Tech  +10000
Iowa  +15000
Missouri  +15000
UCF  +15000  
Kentucky  +25000
Syracuse  +25000


As far as the projected Heisman Trophy winner, the odds point to the starting quarterbacks for the top two teams. A former Alabama signal caller rounds out the top three on the board.

This page will update with current odds: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/ncaaf-futures
Heisman Trophy Odds

Rondale Moore  +3300
K.J. Costello  +3300
Shea Patterson  +2800
Kelly Bryant  +2500
JT Daniels  +2500
Jerry Jeudy  +2500
Austin Kendall  +2500
Ian Book  +2000
Sam Ehlinger  +1600
Justin Herbert  +1600
Travis Etienne  +1200
Justin Fields  +1200
Jonathan Taylor  +1200
Jake Fromm  +1200
D'Andre Swift  +1200
Adrian Martinez  +1200
Jalen Hurts  +650
Trevor Lawrence  +350
Tua Tagovailoa  +250


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