Clemson jumped up to No. 1 in the AP Top 25 and Amway Coaches Poll on Sunday.
However, Vegas still isn’t sold that the defending national champions will be repeating.
The Tigers now have 17-4 odds to win it all, according to Bovada,which is only good for a three-way tie for second-best (Alabama, Auburn) behind new favorite Oklahoma.
The Sooners have 4-1 odds to win the national championship.
Via Bovada, here’s the 11 teams listed with odds to capture the national championship.
|Team||National Title Odds|
|Ohio State (10-2)||7-1|
Regardless of the odds, Clemson will be able to punch their ticket to the College Football Playoff and determine their own fate when they face No. 7 Miami on Dec. 2 in the ACC title game.
Clemson-Miami is slated for an 8 p.m. (EST) kickoff and will be televised on ABC.
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