2019 College Football Conference Title Odds Tracker
- Major sportsbooks have released odds to win each of the 10 conference titles in the 2019 college football season
- From the ACC to the Sun Belt, the graphs below detail the futures for each of the ten conferences in the nation
- Track the odds for every FBS team during the offseason, right up until Week Zero
The 2019-20 NCAA football season starts early this year, with Miami vs Florida on August 24th. While conference schedules won’t start until about Week 3 for most teams, the odds to win each of the ten conferences have been set at the leading sportsbooks.
The graphs below display the odds to win each conference, tracking the movement of each team over time. The page starts with the Power Five (in alphabetical order), followed by the Group of Five (again in alphabetical order).
- Power 5 Conferences: ACC; Big 12; BigTen; Pac-12; SEC
- Group of 5 Conferences: AAC; C-USA; MAC; MountainWest; Sun Belt
Aug 12: Miami (+100) is still the second-favorite, but not by much. Virginia made huge gains, going from +2500 to +1400.
July 26: No surprise here: Clemson’s odds to win the 2019 ACC title got even shorter, moving from -350 to -380. No other team is shorter than Miami at +770.
July 10: Clemson is the heaviest favorite among all ten conferences, sitting at -350 as of mid-July.
ACC Title Odds at BetOnline
|Team||2019 ACC Title Odds at Bovada|
*All odds herein updated as of 07/26/19.
Aug 12: Oklahoma is pulling away, in the odds that is. OU is now -160 (up from -130), while the Longhorns fell steeply from +280 to +380.
July 26: Iowa State made the biggest gains of late, going from +1200 to +930.
July 10: The Sooners, who have won four straight conference titles, remain odds-on favorites in the Big 12.
Big 12 Title Odds at BetOnline
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Aug 12: Ohio State is coming back to the pack, falling from +110 to +170. Michigan improved a little to +200, while Nebraska took a big jump from +1300 to +900.
July 26: The Big Ten is even more of a two-horse race than is used to be. Penn State, which slots in with the third-best odds, fell from +800 to +920, a far cry from OSU (+110) and Michigan (+210).
July 10: Back-to-back champions Ohio State are well ahead of the deep Big Ten field, despite Ryan Day entering his first year as head coach in place of legendary Urban Meyer.
Big Ten Title Odds at BetOnline
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Aug 12: Utah (+280) is now dead-even with Oregon and Washington. The Utes’ hype is at an all-time high.
July 26: The Utes continued their upward trajectory, now sitting at +430, while UW fell slightly (+200 to +210) and Oregon stagnated at +210.
July 10: Utah (+540) is closing the gap on favorites Oregon (+210) and Washington (+200).
Pac-12 Title Odds at BetOnline
|Team||2019 Pac-12 Title Odds at Bovada|
Aug 12: Florida (+1200) and LSU (+1100) have both gotten a little shorter, while Mississippi State took a big fall to +4500.
July 26: Not much movement here, though the favorites both got a little longer. Alabama fell from -180 to -170, while UGA went from +260 to +270.
July 10: Despite Georgia (+260) looking extremely strong, Alabama remains the odds-on favorite and has gotten a little shorter (going from -150 to -180, on average).
SEC Title Odds at BetOnline
|Team||2019 SEC Title Odds at Bovada|
AAC Title Odds at BetOnline
|Team||2019 AAC Title Odds at Bovada|
Conference USA Title Odds at BetOnline
|Team||2019 C-USA Title Odds at Bovada|
MAC Title Odds at BetOnline
|Team||2019 MAC Title Odds at Bovada|
Mountain West Title Odds at BetOnline
|Team||2019 MW Title Odds at Bovada|
|San Diego State||+450|
|San Jose State||+30000|
Sun Belt Title Odds at BetOnline
|Team||2019 Sun Belt Title Odds at Bovada|