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Odds to win the College Football Playoff ahead of Week 13

The Crimson Tide falls down the board as Ohio State is now the second choice to take home the trophy.

Cincinnati Bearcats quarterback Desmond Ridder greets fans after the NCAA football game on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021, at Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Bearcats defeated Southern Methodist Mustangs 48-14.  Albert Cesare / The Enquirer / USA TODAY NETWORK

The Cincinnati Bearcats are now amongst the top four to win the College Football Playoff title for 2022, as the Oregon Ducks fall basically out of the picture.

The No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs improve from -110 last week to -120 now on the rest of the country. Ohio State’s blowout win over Michigan State sealed the fate of the Spartans, who are now in “put that ticket in a scrapbook” territory at +8000. The Buckeyes on the other hand went from +400 to +300, and look to be a legitimate contender to the throne of UGA.

Alabama goes from +360 to +400 with their win over Arkansas, and they fall outside the top two on the odds board for the first time this season.

Here are the latest odds to win the College Football Playoff as of November 23rd from DraftKings Sportsbook:

CFP Championship Odds 11/28

Team Odds
Team Odds
Georgia -220
Alabama +650
Michigan +850
Oklahoma State +1400
Cincinnati +1600
Notre Dame +2500
Ohio State +10000
Iowa +10000
Pittsburgh +15000
Baylor +20000
Ole Miss +20000
Wake Forest +20000
Oregon +20000
Oklahoma +30000
Utah +30000
BYU +50000
Michigan State +50000

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