NCAA College Football Sports Betting Odds to Make 2019 Final Four Playoffs

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The start of college football season is just a couple of weeks away, so it is a good time to check the odds of notable programs to make the Final Four playoffs

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Alabama Crimson Tide favored at -220 odds to make the playoffs with the return on not making the playoffs at +170 odds. Alabama is coming off a national championship. There is a battle for the starting quarterback job. Tua Tagovailoa the hero of the national title victory is battling Jalen Hurts. Tagovailoa replaced Hurts in the second half and led the Crimson Tide to victory in overtime against the Georgia Bulldogs. Alabama lost a lot of players to the NFL as they replace four on offense and eight to the defense.

Michigan Wolverines are lined at +300 odds to make the college football playoffs with no returning -400 odds. Michigan during John Harbaugh’s tenure with the team has been stout defensively and underperforming offensively. They are hoping that Ole Miss graduate transfer Shae Patterson can put up points in step up games for the Wolverines as they lacked scoring against top tier teams under Harbaugh.

Penn St Nittany Lions are +400 odds to make the playoffs with the no bringing back -600 odds. Good news for Penn St is they will have quarterback Trace McSorley back for his senior year with two of his weapons in the passing game back and four of his starting offensive linemen. Running back Saquon Barkley exits the team for the NFL.  Nittany Lions must replace eight starters on a defense that held opponents to 16.5 points per game last year.

Longshots in the betting are Texas Longhorns +800 odds with the no returning -1500 odds. Notre Dame is +700 odds to make the Final Four with no returning -1200 odds. Texas head coach Tom Herman is in his second season after a 7-6 record last year. Defense improved under Herman last year as the team allowed 21 point and 366 yards per game which was ten fewer points and 82 fewer yards than in 2016.

Notre Dame went 10-3 last year after beating LSU 21-17 in the Citrus Bowl. Quarterback Brandon Wimbush returns for his junior season at quarterback. Wimbush must improve on a 49.5% passing percentage which is very poor in college football. His running ability keeps in as the starter but it won’t be for long if the team suffers early losses. Ian Book is the backup who led the Fighting Irish to the win against LSU relieving for an ineffective Wimbush. Defense held opponents to 21.5 points per game six points fewer than in the 2016 season.

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