2021 College Football Conference Championship Odds Tracker
- Online sportsbooks released odds to win each of the 10 conference championships in the 2021 college football season
- This page tracked the odds for all FBS conferences including the ACC, SEC, Big 12, Big Ten and Pac-12 as well as Group of 5 leagues
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The 2021 college football season kicked off on August 28th and wrapped up in January with Georgia winning the National Championship. More than half of the preseason Top 25 took a loss in the opening four weeks, which meant the Conference Championship odds were constantly changing.
In the graphs below, we tracked the odds to win each FBS conference as they were available throughout the Fall. The page starts with the Power Five (in alphabetical order), and G5 conferences in alphabetical order follow.
Power 5 conference odds are updated weekly, while G5 odds are only available about once per month.
- Power 5 Conferences: ACC | Big 12 | Big Ten | Pac-12 | SEC
- Group of 5 Conferences: AAC | C-USA | MAC | Mountain West | Sun Belt
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November 29: With Dave Clawson signing a hefty extension pre-game, Wake Forest rolled over Boston College to secure their place in the ACC Championship game against Pitt. The Panthers opened as 3.5-point favorites
November 22: Clemson hammered Wake Forest at home on Senior Day to keep their faint hopes for the ACC Title game alive, while the Demon Deacons still are in the driver’s seat to reach the ACC Championship – unless they lose to BC. If they lose, and NC State were to lose to UNC, Clemson could reach the ACC title game to face Pitt
November 15: It’s essentially a 2.5 horse race in the ACC, as Pitt’s win over UNC last Thursday put them back in position as odds-on favorite with them likely needing to beat a Brennan Armstrong-less Virginia to secure their spot in the ACC title game. On the other side Wake Forest can lock up their spot by beating Clemson in Week 12, but if the Tigers win the scenario gets murkier. Clemson has a path to the ACC Championship game if they were to defeat the Demon Deacons, than would need another Wake loss to BC and an NC State loss to make it to Charlotte
November 8: Despite Wake Forest suffering their first loss of the year in a wild shootout at North Carolina, their ACC Championship hopes remain squarely in focus as the game was scheduled as a non-conference matchup due to league scheduling quirks. The Demon Deacons odds are currently an average +263 to win the ACC with a tricky game against NC State this week – who’s odds are +550. Pitt remains the favorite while Miami has a key game against FSU coming to improve their winning streak to 3 with their odds +675 on average
November 1: Are the Miami Hurricanes coming out of the grave? Coming off a thriller of an upset over Pitt on the road behind QB Tyler Van Dyke’s 400+ yard effort and have re-entered the Championship race now at average odds of +1000. With the loss, the Panthers have faded out of odds-on status to +123. Wake Forest remains undefeated and has entered the AP Top 10 for the first time in history, now at odds of +325 to win the league
October 28: After their head to head win over Clemson, Pitt is now the odds-on favorite to win the ACC as Kenny Pickett’s stellar play continues
October 19: Pitt has become the favorite to win the ACC, but will their reign atop the odds board short lived? Clemson heads to the Burgh as 3-point underdogs in Week 8 with a chance to re-take their position as ACC favorite
October 12: UNC’s chance at the title is pretty much over after a disappointing loss to FSU. The Pitt Panthers odds continue shortening behind the stellar play of Kenny Pickett, as they are now the top challenger to Clemson at +650
October 4: After barely slipping past Boston College, Clemson has lost their status as odds-on favorite in the ACC. From an average of -220, the Tigers now sit at +118 with the surprisingly offensive-minded Pitt Panthers now +500 and undefeated Wake Forest at +725 odds to win the ACC.
September 27: It was a stunning week in the ACC, as NC State took down Clemson in an overtime thriller from Raleigh to seriously dent the Tigers hopes at a 7th straight ACC crown. Despite suffering their 2nd loss, Clemson’s odds are still -220 to win the league
September 20: After their shootout win against Virginia, the UNC Tar Heels have shortened back to +600 – the closest contender to Clemson. The Tigers looked sluggish in a slop fest against Georgia Tech, but remain odds-on favorites.
September 13: It was another tough week for the perception of the ACC, highlighted by Florida State’s walk-off loss to FCS Jacksonville State torpedoed their odds to emerge from the ACC. The biggest winner of the week was Virginia, who’s odds shortened from +9000 to +4500 after boat racing Illinois
September 7: Friday night’s massive Virginia Tech win over UNC vaulted the Hokies into the ACC title race, as their odds shortened to +1400 on average while the Tar Heels faded to +550. Miami saw their price slightly drop after being blown out by Alabama, and Clemson’s odds slightly lengthened after their anemic offensive showing in a loss to Georgia, but just to -650
September 1: Ahead of the season’s opening week, the books have soured on Wake Forest as a potential dark horse, with the Demon Deacons average odds tumbling to +7250
August 23: Odds have remained the same as Fall camp wraps up, with Clemson still a heavy favorite and Miami/UNC the top contenders
August 4: Despite NC State bringing back a very veteran group, their average odds have faded to +4500 from +3400 a month ago. Clemson still remains a whopping favorite
July 1: Wake Forest has seen a small move in their odds, shortening from +8300 to +5800 on average. Clemson remains heavy favorites
June 1: Odds remain relatively unchanged in the ACC
May 6: With their infusion of talent from the transfer portal, bettors jumped on the Hurricanes at open, as Miami’s odds have shortened from +1000 to +700
April 19: No surprise here, as Dabo Swinney’s Clemson Tigers open as mammoth -835 favorites to win the ACC for the seventh straight season. Mack Brown’s North Carolina Tar Heels are the top contenders at odds of +700
ACC Conference Winner Odds
*All Odds last updated November 29th from Barstool Sportsbook
November 29: Oklahoma State beat the Sooners for the first time since 2015 (and sent Lincoln Riley to USC) in Stillwater to lock in Baylor as their opponent in the Big 12 title game. Mike Gundy’s team has already defeated the Bears this season, and they are 4.5-point favorites for the rematch
November 22: Oklahoma State continues to put the clamps on teams with their top five defense, and they are now odds-on favorites to win the Big 12 as Oklahoma just barely survived against Iowa State in Norman. With Bedlam looming this week, we’re likely headed for a rematch in the title game unless Baylor wins and the Cowboys lose
November 15: Down go the Sooners! A Dave Aranda team once again held a Lincoln Riley team in check offensively, forcing multiple bad INTs out of Caleb Williams and limiting Oklahoma to just 14 points. Baylor’s odds shortened as low as +350 after the win, and they can make the Big 12 Championship game if OU loses to Bedlam to Oklahoma State and they avoid a loss at Kansas State and vs Texas Tech
November 8: Baylor finally suffered their second loss of the season, as Jerry Kill won his first game as TCU’s interim coach, dropping the Bears odds to an average of +1300 from +525. Oklahoma State took care of business at West Virginia to remain around +330 and the Sooners are still heavy odds-on favorite as they had an idle week
November 1: OU remains the heavy favorite while jockeying continued on a wild weekend in the Big 12. Dave Aranda’s Baylor team moved to 7-1 with a comeback win over Texas shortening their odds to +525. Iowa State’s upset loss at West Virginia all but eliminated them from contention as well, now at odds of +1700
October 28: Iowa State beat Oklahoma State in a battle of contenders to the Sooners, and Matt Campbell’s team has shortened back to odds of +425
October 19: With Texas’ disappointing loss to Oklahoma State, they are all but out of the Big 12 race, now at odds of +3000. Caleb Williams looked dominant for OU against TCU, and the Sooners have shortened to heavy -235 favorites on average to win the conference
October 12: The Caleb Williams era is seemingly upon us, as he replaced a struggling Spencer Rattler to carry the Sooners to a win against Texas, shortening Oklahoma’s odds to an average of -178. The Longhorns saw their odds slightly lengthen with a huge game this week against Oklahoma State.
October 4: West Virginia’s status as a darkhorse is over after a home loss to Texas Tech, as the Mountaineers odds have ejected to an average of +10000. Texas managed to survive their trip to TCU, as the Longhorns have now shortened to +275 ahead of the Red River Shootout against Oklahoma next week. The Sooners are still odds-on favorites to win the Big 12 after holding on for a 37-30 win against Kansas State in Manhattan.
September 27: Iowa State fell in an upset loss at Baylor – despite outgaining the Bears by more than 200 yards – and saw their odds fade from +450 to +650 as a result. OU survived West Virginia to remain odds-on favorites, and Texas put up a 70 spot on Texas Tech to improve their odds to +500
September 20: With no team looking dominant in non-conference play, the Big 12 is sure to get chaotic this season. OU remain favorites, while Oklahoma State cracked the top four as their odds shifted to +1400 after an impressive win at Boise State.
September 13: Both Iowa State and Texas were manhandled by more physical teams in Iowa, and Arkansas, respectively, opening up the Big 12 race outside Oklahoma as a sizeable favorite. The Cyclones faded to +600 and the Longhorns faded to odds of +725 on average to win the conference title
September 7: The Steve Sarkisian era opened at Texas with a comfortable win against Louisiana, shortening the Longhorns average odds to +525 from +825. Iowa State saw a slight fade as they struggled to put away FCS Northern Iowa, not at odds of +425
September 1: Amidst the announcement that true freshman Hudson Card has won the starting QB job in Austin, the Texas Longhorns have seen their odds to win the Big 12 slightly shorten
August 23: OU remains odds-on favorite as Week 0 arrives for CFB
August 4: With the ongoing drama of Oklahoma and Texas heading to the SEC filling the airwaves everyday, the Longhorns odds to win the Big 12 this season have faded to an average of +975
July 1: Despite losing multiple veteran DBs to the portal the last few weeks, the Mountaineers are back on the climb with their odds improving to an average of +2350
June 1: With more books opening up odds, WVU has seen their odds fade. They still remain +2200 at DraftKings
May 6: The Sooners have strengthened their favorites position to average odds of -134, while Oklahoma State odds have faded to +1000 from +700
April 19: The Sooners bring back nearly every contributor from last season’s 9-win squad, including Heisman hopeful Spencer Rattler. Oklahoma has opened as the -125 favorite to win the Big 12 for the seventh straight season
Big 12 Conference Winner Odds
November 29: In the undisputed CFB game of the year, Michigan finally defeated Ohio State for the first time since 2011, exorcising a decade-plus worth of demons and booking their ticket to the Big Ten Championship. Wisconsin also lost in an upset at Minnesota, putting Iowa in the Big Ten title game where they are 10.5-point underdogs to the Wolverines
November 22: It all comes down to The Game to determine who’s headed to the Big Ten Championship. Ohio State absolutely throttled Michigan State to ditch the Spartans from the race, and the winner of OSU vs UM will likely face Wisconsin, as long as the Badgers take care of business against Minnesota.
November 15: Ohio State handled their business against Purdue, and doubled down as the heavy favorite to win the Big Ten with their biggest two opponents of the regular season on deck in Michigan State and Michigan. The Wolverines survived at Penn State to hold on to their +700 odds, while Wisconsin saw a slight fade despite easily handling Northwestern – and will be in Indianapolis as the West Division representative barring a loss to Minnesota as they hold the tiebreaker with Iowa
November 8: The Boilermakers once again sniped off a top five team, knocking off the Michigan State Spartans in West Lafayette and knocking Mel Tucker’s down to odds of +3300 with games still remaining against Ohio State and Penn State. Despite barely surviving at Nebraska, Ohio State’s odds continued shortening now down to an average of -330. There’s a four way tie in the Big Ten West currently for a shot at the East winner, with Wisconsin being the favorite to advance as three weeks of season play remain
November 1: Hello, Michigan State! In a stunning comeback win from East Lansing, the Spartans knocked off their in-state rivals and shortening their odds even with Jim Harbaugh’s squad at the price of +1000. Penn State is now all but eliminated after falling short at Ohio State, who remain favorites at -270. In the West, Wisconsin took over the driver’s seat after putting a beatdown on Iowa, as the Badgers are the shortest team on that side of the conference at odds of +1000
October 28: Penn State’s stunning loss to the Illini in 9-OT took away any chance they had at reaching the Big Ten title game, although they can play spoiler this week against Ohio State. Michigan-Michigan State this week will have a major shakeup on the odds to win the Big Ten
October 19: In a heavy letdown spot after the win over Penn State, then-#2 Iowa lost outright in a blowout to Purdue – as the Hawkeyes offense stalled nearly the entire game. Their odds to win the Big Ten faded to +500 from +250 on average. Michigan State also remained unbeaten surviving at Indiana, shortening their odds to +1200 with a huge game at Michigan coming on October 30
October 12: The massive game between Iowa and Penn State led to a major shakeup as the Hawkeyes came from behind after knocking out Penn State starting QB Sean Clifford – with games still remaining against the Wolverines and Buckeyes, Penn State saw their odds fall to +1600. The Hawkeyes slightly improved to +250 while Ohio State remains odds-on favorite
October 4: Maryland was brought back to Earth Friday night in a humbling 51-14 loss to Iowa in which Taulia Tagovailoa threw five interceptions, which shortened the Hawkeyes odds to +300 in the process ahead of a huge game against Penn State. Ohio State remain odds-on favorites, while Michigan finally won in Wisconsin under Jim Harbaugh, pushing the Wolverines to average odds of +500 from +1000
September 27: Wisconsin was the story of the week in the Big Ten, as they were manhandled by Notre Dame in Chicago as Graham Mertz looked as bad as he ever has on a college field, fading their odds to +2500 from +1200. Elsewhere, Michigan State’s odds to win the Big Ten continued shortening after they survived Nebraska in OT, now at +2500
September 20: Despite being odds-on favorites, Ohio State looked shaky in a home win against Tulsa as the defense continued to be sliced and diced at will. Penn State’s odds improved to +500 with a Whiteout win over Auburn, and Michigan was the biggest mover shortening to +1000 to remain undefeated after demolishing NIU
September 13: Has Ohio State’s loss to Oregon put a wrench into the seemingly foregone conclusion of another Buckeye Big Ten title? While OSU’s price only took a small fade, Penn State demolished MAC contender Ball State, and Iowa won their sixth straight against Iowa State to look the part of legitimate foes.
September 7: In a massive week of Big Ten openers, we saw major movement in the odds. Penn State survived their defensive stalemate with Wisconsin, shortening to +700, while the Badgers faded from +450 to +1200. Iowa also dispatched Indiana with ease, as the Hawkeyes shortened to an average price of +500 while Indiana faded all the way to +8000
September 1: After a truly disastrous Week 0 showing at Illinois, Nebraska’s average odds have tumbled to +10000 as it looks like it will be a long Fall in Lincoln
August 23: Odds remain unchanged in the Big Ten after Fall camp, with Ohio State the odds-on favorite. True freshman CJ Stroud will take the field as their starter to begin the season on Sept. 2nd at Minnesota. The Terps are a sleeper, and fans can bet them later in the season sports betting MD goes live.
August 4: Ohio State is still a heavy -220 favorite, and may have the most loaded QB room in the country with #1 recruit Quinn Ewers re-classifying and early enrolling in Columbus this Fall
July 1: The Wolverines odds continue fading as the countdown begins to Fall camp, with their average odds now just +2050 to win the conference after opening at +700
June 1: Michigan has seen their odds slightly fall, now down to +1100 at DraftKings
May 6: The Buckeyes have become stronger favorites, while the Wisconsin Badgers are hoping for a full season with Graham Mertz at QB, and have seen their odds shorten to +800
April 19: Ohio State – despite having no consensus starting QB – has opened as the -110 favorite to win their fifth straight Big Ten championship. Michigan & Penn State look to bounce back from uncharacteristic losing season at +700 each to win the Big Ten.
Big Ten Conference Winner Odds
November 29: Oregon got off the mat and handled Oregon State in the Civil War, booking their ticket to the Pac-12 title game against Utah. The Utes are 2.5-point favorites for the rematch against the Ducks in Vegas
November 22: The Ducks were humbled in an absolute beatdown at Utah, as the Utes beat up Oregon all night en route to a 38-7 victory. Oregon, stunningly, now has a must-win game in the Civil War against Oregon State or they will miss a shot at a rematch in the Pac-12 title game
November 15: Oregon pulled away after halftime for a double digit win over Washington State, making the Ducks odds-on favorites once again as they head to Salt Lake City to play Utah in their biggest remaining challenge this season.
November 8: In a game the Huskies led for more than a half but ultimately lost (and may have sealed Jimmy Lake’s fate at Washington) Oregon once again hung on in a tough road environment to improve their odds to -125 on average. Utah absolutely blasted Stanford who was without Tanner McKee on Friday night, also shortening their odds to +105. These two teams meet in Salt Lake City on November 20th – in what could be a preview of the Pac-12 title game a few weeks later.
November 1: The Ducks are back to odds-on favorite status as they easily handled Colorado, while ASU was beaten down by Washington State in a lifeless performance at home, and Utah took care of business to remain the top challenger. Washington also moved in to third place at average odds of +1600 after a nice road win at Stanford with Oregon coming to town next week
October 28: Oregon hung on by the skin of their teeth against UCLA after Ethan Garbers was forced to enter the game for DTR on the final drive of the game, and remain favorites to win the Pac-12
October 19: Utah took down Arizona State to get themselves in to the driver’s seat in the Pac-12 South, shortening their average odds from +650 to +215. Oregon will look to remain favorites after hanging on against Cal when they travel to UCLA for the game of the week at the Rose Bowl on Saturday.
October 12: Is Arizona State the best team in the PAC-12? The Sun Devils took care of Stanford on Friday night, and their odds shortened down to +140 from +188 – ahead of Oregon, who lost RB CJ Verdell before their bye week for the season
October 4: With a win at the Rose Bowl against UCLA and Oregon snatching defeat from the jaws of victory on the farm at Stanford – Arizona State is now your +188 favorite on average to win the PAC-12. UCLA has now lost two of their past three to drop the Bruins to odds of +175
September 27: Another week, another week of wild results in the Pac-12. With Jaxson Dart out, USC was once again dominated – this time by Oregon State – who won their first game at the Coliseum since 1960! The Trojans odds plummeted from +575 to +2500 to win the Pac-12. UCLA’s odds also improved after defeating Stanford, and Oregon shortened again despite a less than impressive win against Arizona.
September 20: In an eventful week that included the firing of Clay Helton, USC got in a 14-0 hole at Washington State before storming back for 45 unanswered points behind true freshman QB Jaxson Dart after Kedon Slovis left with an injury. The Trojans odds have shortened back to +500. UCLA, Utah, ASU all suffered losses, fading their odds slightly as well.
September 13: Oregon went in to the Horseshoe and handed the Buckeyes their first home loss in four seasons, dominating the Buckeyes on both lines of scrimmage – their odds have shortened to +170 on average. Stanford pulled off the most stunning result of the week, absolutely crushing USC at the Coliseum and cranking the heat back up on Clay Helton. The Cardinal saw their odds shorten way down from +13000 to +2500. Washington’s freefall also continued after they were gashed at Michigan for over 300 yards rushing, seeing their odds fall to +1100
September 7: Has Washington already ejected from the race? On a weekend where there wasn’t much success to be had for the PAC-12 outside UCLA’s win over LSU (which shortened their odds to +500 on average) the Huskies lost to FCS Montana, falling to +850 from +350
September 1: While the contenders odds haven’t moved much, teams in the middle have seen their prices tumble – including Washington State and Stanford
August 23: In what figures to be the tightest of the Power 5 conference races, Oregon is favorite over the tightly bunched pack of Washington, Arizona State, USC and Utah
August 4: With uncertainty around what will happen to ASU amidst their investigation of recruiting violations, their price continue its slow lengthening, now at an average of +450 to win the league
July 1: Lots of movement in the Pac-12 odds, as Oregon is once again the betting favorite. The Utah Utes have also seen their odds shorten down to +600 in the biggest move of the month
June 1: The sportsbooks have taken a liking to Jimmy Lake’s Washington Huskies, as they are now tied with Oregon for favorites
May 6: Herm Edwards’ team is receiving significant buzz, as their odds have shortened to +400
April 19: Is this the year the PAC-12 finally returns to the College Football Playoff? Oregon opens as the favorite to win the conference as Mario Cristobal has a stocked cupboard of four and five star prospects while USC is +350 as Clay Helton hopes to capitalize on what should be Kedon Slovis’ final season.
Pac-12 Conference Winner Odds
November 29: The odds have only moved in Georgia’s favor after rivalry week, in which the Bulldogs blasted Georgia Tech and Alabama needed a miracle in double OT at Jordan-Hare to survive Auburn in the Iron Bowl
November 22: Alabama avoided an upset against a frisky Arkansas team, and has now booked their ticket to Atlanta against SEC East champ Georgia. The opening odds to win the conference on average peg Georgia as around a -190 favorite, and Alabama as a +150 underdog
November 15: Texas A&M’s outside chance at sneaking in to the SEC Championship game ended in Oxford as Ole Miss pulled off the 29-19 home win – setting themselves up for their third 10-win season of the last 50 years should they win the Egg Bowl. Even with a loss in the Iron Bowl, Alabama would still make it to Atlanta to face Georgia
November 8: In a weekend most of the other top SEC teams struggled, Georgia rolled over Missouri to become a -200 odds-on favorite. Alabama nearly lost to an LSU team missing nearly double-digit key starters, and the Crimson Tide saw their odds slightly fade to +163. Auburn no longer controls their own destiny in the SEC West, as they lost at Texas A&M – the resurgent Aggies are now third favorite in the conference at +1900 and would go to Atlanta should they win out and Auburn upset Alabama in the Iron Bowl
November 1: The Bulldogs locked up the SEC East with a dominant win over Florida in Jacksonville, sealing their spot in Atlanta. Over in the West, Bama remains the favorite but Auburn is on the move as they control their own destiny with games coming against Texas A&M and the Iron Bowl, with the Tigers now at odds of +2750
October 28: Georgia remains the odds-on favorite in the SEC with the Cocktail Party on deck this week
October 19: With Ed Orgeron knowing his press conference of dismissal was coming, LSU stunned Florida in Baton Rouge and ejected the Gators from the SEC race. Auburn continues to look like a cohesive unit under Bryan Harsin, and the Tigers odds have shortened to +2500 after a win at Arkansas. Georgia still remains a -130 favorite
October 12: Down goes Alabama! In an absolute stunner, the Texas A&M Aggies defeated the Crimson Tide on Saturday night at Kyle Field, delivering the first unranked-over-#1 upset since Oregon State beat Stanford in 2012. With the loss, Georgia moved ahead of Bama in the odds, as Kirby Smart’s Bulldogs are now -130
October 4: Week 5 was the Saturday we learned Georgia and Alabama are eons above the rest of the sport, and the two remain favorites to win the SEC. The Bulldogs have closed in on the odds-on favored Crimson Tide, now at a price of +102 on average. Florida’s loss at Kentucky has dropped them out of the race, while the Wildcats are now +4250 on average. Texas A&M fell to dead last in the SEC losing to Mississippi State at home, and their drop continues from +700 at open to now +20000 with Alabama coming to Kyle Field in Week 6.
September 27: Arkansas was the story of the week in the SEC, as they finally broke their losing streak to A&M at JerryWorld in a 20-10 win. The Hogs saw their odds improve to +4000. A&M saw a big fade as their offense totally stalled with Zac Calzada behind center, now at odds of +4000.
September 20: Alabama survived in an instant classic from the Swamp to remain odds-on favorites, while the Gators took a fade in an 0-1 SEC hole. Ole Miss hung 61 points on Tulane behind Matt Corral’s 7-TD performance, shortening their odds – they head to Tuscaloosa in two weeks
September 13: With QB injuries potentially hampering Texas A&M and Florida as SEC play begins over the next two weeks, Arkansas is the biggest winner after they dominated Texas in Fayetteville. Sam Pittman’s team saw their odds shorten from the bottom of the pack into the middle, while Kentucky’s league win over Missouri pushed the Wildcats to +4500 from +6500
September 7: LSU looked plagued by last year’s issues carrying over in a loss to UCLA, falling to +4500 in the SEC.
September 1: Ahead of Week 1 Missouri, LSU and Ole Miss have seen slight fades to their average odds, while Florida has shortened from +1700 to +1600
August 23: Alabama remains the odds-on favorite with their opener against Miami just under two weeks away in Atlanta
August 4: With camps opening, there isn’t too much movement in the SEC odds. Georgia has seen their price slightly shorten to +195 on average, while LSU has dropped to +2150 with Myles Brennan now out for the season after breaking his arm
July 1: LSU & Auburn have seen their odds slightly fade, while Missouri’s average odds have slightly improved to +3250
June 1: Texas A&M have seen their price slightly fade at DraftKings, to odds of +900 from +700
May 6: The Crimson Tide have moved to odds-on favorites at the conclusion of spring practice
April 19: Alabama (to the surprise of nobody) has once again opened as a +100 favorite to win the SEC in 2021. Kirby Smart’s Georgia Bulldogs may have finally found their QB to lead them to a championship in JT Daniels, as they’re at odds of +250.
SEC Conference Winner Odds
AAC Conference Winner Odds
November 29: Cincinnati is likely in to the College Football Playoff if they stay undefeated and win the AAC Championship, in which they’ve opened as 10.5-point favorites over Dana Holgorsen’s 11-1 Houston team
October 12: Tulane couldn’t stop their losing skid against Houston last Thursday in prime time, now have seen their odds plummet to +15000
October 7: The only top team to disappoint so far is UCF, who after a stunning loss to Navy in Week 5 has dropped to +1400 in updated AAC Championship odds
Conference USA Winner Odds
November 29: After a 1-4 start, the Hilltoppers of Western Kentucky stormed their way to the CUSA championship game behind the high flying offense of QB Bailey Zappe, and they are -115 favorites over the UTSA Roadrunners, who lost their undefeated season at North Texas on Saturday
October 12: Despite being the only undefeated team in the league, the Roadrunners of UTSA still are behind the UAB Blazers for the league title
October 7: Off to the best start in school history and still unbeaten, UTSA can still be had at odds of +275 while UAB remains the +220 favorite – despite a recent blowout loss to Liberty
MAC Championship Winner Odds
November 29: NIU went winless last season and completed a great turnaround under Thomas Hammock, and will now head to the MAC Championship game as +117 underdogs to Dustin Crum and the Kent State Golden Flashes
October 12: The MAC odds completely shifted after a week of, but Toledo remains the favorite
October 7: Ohio’s had a nightmarish season, from the abrupt resignation of Frank Solich and a drop from favorites’ status in the preseason to now +6000 to win the MAC sitting at 1-4.
Fans in Buffalo will hope Maurice Linguist picks up right where Lance Leipold left off and has the Bulls in MAC title contention, so they’ll be able to bet them in big games when NY sports betting goes like later this Fall
Mountain West Conference Winner Odds
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November 29: SDSU beat Boise State in a thriller on Black Friday to reach the Mountain West title game, while Blake Anderson has a chance at a conference championship in his first year at Utah State
October 12: Fresno State has moved out in front of Nevada heading in to Week 7
October 7: After a massive win on the blue turf last week, Nevada has shortened to +260 favorites in the Mountain West. Fresno State dropped to +400 after a disappointing loss out on the island against Hawaii.
Sun Belt Conference Winner Odds
November 29: Billy Napier has accepted the Florida job but will coach the Ragin’ Cajuns in the Sun Belt title game, in which they are underdogs to App State