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Odds to Make the 2017-2018 College Football Playoffs Released

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Nov/04/2017

Dave Mason of BetOnline has just released odds on which team will make the College Football Playoffs this post season with betting available on both the YES and NO.

To make playoffs

Clemson Yes +200 No -260

Georgia Yes +130 No -160

Notre Dame Irish Yes +240 No -300

Ohio St Yes -260 No +200

Depending on the poll, either Georgia or Alabama ranked number one with both undefeated heading into Week 10 though many pundits suggest that the Crimson Tide were yet to play in a competitive matchup. 

Alabama was a difficult bet as the YES was coming in at -1000.  The NO pays $60 for every $10 bet.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

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