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CFP Ranking Top 4 Props; Bowl Odds for Texas, FSU, Florida

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Oct/25/2017

BookMaker.eu has opened odds for which teams will be in the top 4 spots of the season’s first CFP rankings when released on Tuesday, October 31. Alabama is an massive favorite to be ranked No. 1 (odds have already moved) while Georgia and Penn State are odds-on favorites to be ranked in the top 4.

Additionally, BookMaker.eu has posted odds on whether or not power programs Texas, Florida State and Florida will be bowl eligible at season’s end. 

You can find opening odds below and current odds here.

Will Georgia be in the top 4 of the CFP Rankings on October, 31, 2017?

Yes -800
No +500

Will TCU be in the top 4 of the CFP Rankings on October, 31, 2017?

Yes -115
No -115

Will Ohio State be in the top 4 of the CFP Rankings on October, 31, 2017?

Yes +290
No -400

Will Penn State be in the top 4 of the CFP Rankings on October, 31, 2017?

Yes -350
No +250

Will Notre Dame be in the top 4 of the CFP Rankings on October, 31, 2017?

Yes +500
No -1000

Will Miami be in the top 4 of the CFP Rankings on October, 31, 2017?

Yes +500
No -1000

Will Clemson be in the top 4 of the CFP Rankings on October, 31, 2017?

Yes +250
No -370

Will Wisconsin be in the top 4 of the CFP Rankings on October, 31, 2017?

Yes +300
No -450

Will Alabama be No. 1 in CFP Rankings on October, 31, 2017?

Yes -2200
No +900

Will Florida State Seminoles be bowl eligible in 2017?

Yes -150
No +120

Will Florida Gators be bowl eligible in 2017?

Yes -220
No +160

Will Texas Longhorns be bowl eligible in 2017?

Yes -200
No +155

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