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College Football Odds: New-Look Playoff Format Unfolds Thursday

Betting On The 2014 Fbs National Champion






Since the regular season finished last summer, the college football betting community has been salivating over the arrival of a four-team playoff bracket. At long last, after months of grueling competition, the new postseason is about to begin.

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This Thursday, the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide will look to secure its spot in the finals by one-upping the hungry Ohio State Buckeyes (No. 4) in the semifinals. With a 12-1 record, it’s not surprising that the fearsome Tide is a 9-point favorite over Ohio State for this Sugar Bowl game. Alabama is the 11/10 favorite to win the title. The futures market also offers an exact matchup bet for the NCAA National Championship game, and the Alabama versus Oregon is favored with a -140 moneyline.

Oregon is scheduled to face the reigning champion Florida State Seminoles on Thursday for a chance to contend in the final game. The Ducks are early 9-point favorites in the matchup, but the Seminoles are certainly capable of dealing damage.

The football world has been waiting for this week for months now, and each of the four squads has experienced their fair share of time under the spotlight. It’s time to see how the first year of postseason action unfolds.

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Dirty has been an employee or owner of some of the top online sports gambling forums since 1998. He worked at EOG.com from it's inception until 2008 when he left and opened GamblingIQ and then in 2012 opened Handicappers Hidaway. He has written hundreds af articles over the years and always has his "Dirty Dozen" College Football poll up starting the first week of October.
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