2022 College Football Conference Championship Odds Tracker
- Online sportsbooks have released odds to win each of the 10 conference championships in the 2022 college football season
- See weekly updated odds for all conferences available including the ACC, SEC, Big 12, Big Ten and Pac-12 as well as Group of 5 leagues
- Track the odds for every FBS team throughout the Fall
The 2022 College Football season is officially underway, with 131 FBS teams across the country battling to win their respective conferences. The CFB Conference Championship odds are constantly shifting due to roster changes, key injuries and stunning upsets.
In the graphs below, we’ll be tracking the odds to win each FBS conference as they’re available throughout the Fall. The page starts with the Power Five conference (in alphabetical order), which are followed by the G5 conferences in alphabetical order.
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
September 26: North Carolina State (+500) is gaining ground on the ACC favorite Clemson (-147). Florida State is another team who continues to see their ACC odds improve; the Seminoles are now +775 after opening at +3500.
September 6: Clemson’s odds to win the ACC shortened after the first week of the season. The Tigers improved from -143 to -156 after beating Georgia Tech 41-10 in the season opener. Wake Forest (+1767) and Florida State (+1900) were the other teams to see notable improvement in their odds following Week 1.
August 22: North Carolina State has been the biggest offseason mover among ACC contenders. The Wolfpack have seen their odds to win the conference shorten to +750 as hype builds around Dave Doeren’s program ahead of the 2022 season. Wake Forest and North Carolina, meanwhile, have seen their title odds lengthen.
June 30: After Clemson’s run of six straight ACC titles came to an end last season, Dabo Swinney’s Tigers have opened as -130 favorites to re-take their throne. Miami is the second-favorite at +500 in year one under Mario Cristobal, while reigning ACC champs Pittsburgh are +900 as they deal with losing Kenny Pickett to the NFL.
ACC Title Odds
|North Carolina State||+650|
All odds as of September 26th at FanDuel Sportsbook.
September 26: A wild Week 4 of college football caused a seismic shakeup in the Big 12 Conference odds. Baylor (+360) is now the favorite to repeat after preseason favorite Oklahoma (+375) suffered an upset loss to Kansas State (+450).
September 6: The Big 12 odds didn’t experience any significant changes following Week 1 of the season. Oklahoma remains the favorite at +200, while Texas is the second choice at +300. Defending champ Baylor (+517) saw small improvement in their odds after exploding for 69 points against FCS Albany in their season opener.
August 22: Kansas State has seen notable improvement in their Big 12 conference odds during the weeks leading up to the season. The Wildcats’ Big 12 Title odds have shortened from +1700 to +1200 as excitement grows for a dangerous KSU offense that welcomes Nebraska transfer QB Adrian Martinez.
June 30: Oklahoma’s six-year reign atop the Big 12 Conference came to an end last season. The Sooners are beginning a new era with Brent Venables taking over as head coach in Norman. OU has opened as the Big 12 favorites at +185, but Texas isn’t far behind at +270 as the Longhorns aim to find their footing in year two under Steve Sarkisian.
Big 12 Title Odds
September 26: Minnesota (+775) is now the third favorite to win the Big 10 following their dominant 34-7 victory over Michigan State in Week 4. The Spartans have faded to +12500 amidst a disappointing 2-2 start to the season.
September 6: Michigan and Wisconsin both saw notable improvement in their conference title odds following Week 1. The Wolverines’ odds improved to +533 after they destroyed Colorado State 51-7 in the season opener, while the Badgers’ odds improved to +967 after they shutout Illinois State 38-0.
August 22: The Big Ten odds have remained relatively unchanged in the weeks leading up to the season. Michigan’s conference title odds have slightly improved from +800 to +713, but they remain a considerable distance back of the favorite Ohio State.
June 30: Ohio State is once again the favorite to win the Big Ten despite their four-year conference reign coming to an end last season. The Buckeyes have opened at -210 odds as they return Heisman favorite QB CJ Stroud amongst a plethora of other weapons. Defending Big Ten champs Michigan (+600) are the only team within range of the Buckeyes.
Big Ten Title Odds
September 26: Utah (+168) has overtaken USC (+190) as the favorite to win the Pac-12 despite the Trojans being undefeated and the Utes having a loss to Florida. The two Pac-12 leaders will faceoff in Week 7.
September 19: Washington saw significant improvement in their Pac-12 odds after upsetting Michigan State in Week 4. The Huskies improved from +1000 to +600, thanks in large part to the play of QB Michael Penix Jr.
September 6: USC became a slightly heavier favorite to win the Pac-12 after Lincoln Riley and company finally made their on-field debut in Week 1. The Trojans blew out Rice 66-14 in the opener, causing their odds to shorten from +195 to +185. Oregon faded to +408 after getting decimated by Georgia, although Barstool still lists the Ducks (+250) in the same tier as USC and Utah.
August 22: Utah is slowly closing the gap on USC as the favorite to win the Pac-12 in 2022. The Utes’ conference title odds have shortened from +280 to +245 during the final month of preseason, while the Trojans’ odds have lengthened from +175 to +195.
June 30: USC has opened as +175 favorites to win the Pac-12 after an offseason of major upheaval in LA. The Trojans poached Lincoln Riley and Caleb Williams from Oklahoma, in addition to adding 20-plus players from the transfer portal. Utah is the second-favorite at +280 after the Utes captured their first Pac-12 championship last season.
Pac-12 Title Odds
September 26: Tennesse’s odds to win the SEC improved to +2100 after the Vols defeated Florida in Week 4 to get off to a 4-0 start for the first time since 2016.
September 19: Georgia has overtaken Alabama as the favorite to win the SEC in 2022. The Bulldogs are off to a dominant 4-0 start, while the Tide are also undefeated but narrowly avoided an upset loss to Texas in Week 3.
September 6: Georgia’s odds to win the SEC improved from +158 to +137 after an impressive Week 1 victory over Oregon, although Alabama (-147) remains the heavy conference favorite. Florida was the other notable mover in the odds after Week 1, as the Gators’ SEC Title odds improved from +5250 to +4000 after Billy Napier’s team upset No. 7 Utah.
August 22: The gap between Alabama (-143) and Georgia (+158) in the SEC Title odds has increased ever so slightly during the final month of the offseason. The Bulldogs were dealt a tough blow when it was announced freshman running back Andrew Paul will miss the season after tearing his ACL in the final scrimmage of preseason camp.
June 30: Alabama has opened as the favorites to win the SEC after losing to Georgia in the National Championship. The Crimson Tide return Heisman winner Bryce Young and defensive star Will Anderson, which had made them one of the heaviest conference favorites (-140) in the nation. Kirby Smart’s Georgia is the second-favorite, but their +150 odds reflect some key offseason defensive losses.
SEC Title Odds
September 26: Cincinnati remains the AAC favorite after Week 4, but UCF (+295) has overtaken Houston (+413) as the second favorite.
September 6: Cincinnati remains the AAC favorite after Week 1, although the Bearcats did fade from +145 to +185 after a close loss to Arkansas in their season opener. UCF (+255), meanwhile, is closing in on Houston (+233) as the second-favorite to win the conference after an impressive Week 1 victory over South Carolina State.
June 30: After an incredible season that saw Cincinnati make the College Football Playoff, Luke Fickell’s Bearkats have opened as +140 favorites to win a third straight AAC title. Houston (+270) and UCF (+350) are hot on their footsteps, however, as Desmond Ridder’s departure to the NFL opens the door for a new AAC contender to emerge.
AAC Title Odds
June 30: UTSA has opened as +200 favorites to repeat as Conference USA champions. The Roadrunners welcome back quarterback Frank Harris while adding Arkansas running back Trelon Smith via the transfer portal. UAB has the second-best odds at +210, while Western Kentucky is +460 as WVU’s Jarret Doege prepares to take over QB duties.
Conference USA Title Odds
September 26: Toledo has emerged as the new favorite to win the Mac conference following the first four weeks of the season. The Rockets haven’t begun Mid-American Conference play, but they lead all MAC teams in total defense through four games.
June 30: Central Michigan has opened as +380 favorites to win the Mid-American Conference, while Toledo (+410) and Miami-OH (+460) are sitting close behind. The defending MAC champion Northern Illinois is +600 to repeat as conference title winners.
MAC Title Odds
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September 26: Preseason favorite Boise State has faded to +330 following a 2-2 start to the season. The Broncos fired offensive coordinator Tim Plough after an ugly 27-10 loss to UTEP in Week 4, which led veteran QB Hank Bachmeier to transfer out of the program.
Mountain West Title Odds
|San Jose State||+800|
|San Diego State||+1000|
September 26: Preseason co-favorite Louisiana-Lafayette has faded all the way to +1200 amidst a 2-2 start to the season. Coastal Carolina (+370) is the only Sun Belt team to win each of its first four games.
June 30: Appalachian State (+200) and Louisiana-Lafayette (+210) have opened as co-favorites to win the Sun Belt conference. Coastal Carolina (+500) returns QB Grayson McCall but will need to overcome huge losses on both side of the ball to compete with the two Sun Belt heavyweights.
Sun Belt Title Odds