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Ohio State Buckeyes Bookie News Aug 28 – Rank No. 1 for 2017 Re-Rank

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Aug/28/2017

The Ohio State Buckeyes were ranking number one for the first re-ranking of the 2017 season and that has got to have plenty of regional Ohio area bookies (and most who take a lot of College Football action for that matter) plenty nervous.   

The Buckeyes odds of winning the 2018 NCAA College Football Championship game have been cut as a result, down to 4/1 from 6/1 just a week ago.

The preseason top 25 USA Today Re-Ranks features five teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference, five from the SEC and four apiece from the Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12. Also among the top 25 is Notre Dame and two teams from a Group of Five conference: No. 20 South Florida and No. 24 Boise State.

1. Ohio State 0-0

2. Alabama 0-0

3. Florida State 0-0

4. Southern California 0-0

5. Clemson 0-0

6. Wisconsin 0-0

7. Oklahoma 0-0

8. Penn State 0-0

9. Stanford 1-0

10. Michigan 0-0

11. Auburn 0-0

12. Washington 0-0

13. Oklahoma State 0-0

14. Louisville 0-0

15. TCU 0-0

16. LSU 0-0

17. Kansas State 0-0

18. Notre Dame 0-0

19. Miami (Fla.) 0-0

20. South Florida 1-0

21. Florida 0-0

22. UCLA 0-0

23. Georgia 0-0

24. Boise State 0-0

25. Virginia Tech 0-0

26. Utah 0-0

27. Western Kentucky 0-0

28. Toledo 0-0

29. Tennessee 0-0

30. Nebraska 0-0

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