2019 College Football Playoff National Championship Odds Tracker
- Track the odds for every contending NCAA football program.
- See a visualization of how national championship odds have changed over the course of the season.
The college football season may be short-lived, but betting on the next National Championship is open nearly all year. Here we’ve tracked the 2019 national championship odds from multiple sources and generated an average.
Top Contenders for 2019 CFP National Championship
Odds as of 10/16/2018
Associated Press Top 10 & Average Odds
|AP Poll Rank||Team||Average Odds|
AP Poll Progression
College Football Playoff Appearances
|Team||Number of Appearances||Number of Titles||Average Odds to Win 2019 CFP|
Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Big 12 Conference
Big Ten Conference
National Championships by Coach
There are only four active coaches with national championship rings locked away. Alabama head coach Nick Saban has more than the other three combined.
|Coach||Number of National Titles|
Southeastern Conference (SEC)
National Championships by Conference since 1998
Here’s how many national titles each conference has won since the start of the BCS era.
|Conference||Number of National Titles Since 1998|
*Never forget the 2003 split national title between LSU and USC
College Football Playoff Winners, by Blue Chip Ratio
Blue Chip Ratio is a pretty simple stat devised by Bud Elliott, measuring what fraction of a team’s recruits are four and five-star recruits. His contention is that only teams with a Blue Chip Ratio exceeding 50% are capable of winning the College Football Playoff, and so far he hasn’t been proven wrong.
|Year||Winner||Blue Chip Ratio|
These thirteen teams meet the 50% mark in 2018: Alabama, Ohio State, Florida State, LSU, Georgia, USC, Michigan, Auburn, Clemson, Texas, Oklahoma, Penn State, and Notre Dame.