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NCAA Football Odds: Buckeyes Favored to Defend Championship

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NCAA Football Odds: Buckeyes Favored to Defend Championship
After shocking the world by winning the first-ever College Football Playoff, the Ohio State Buckeyes are in excellent shape to defend their National Championship. The Buckeyes are +275 favorites on the NCAAF futures market, so they’re well ahead of the Alabama Crimson Tide and the TCU Horned Frogs at +700.
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The Buckeyes (14-1 SU, 10-5 ATS last year) are bringing back almost all the key players who roasted the Oregon Ducks 42-20 to win the title as 7-point underdogs. The biggest question mark will be at quarterback; Braxton Miller will try his luck as a receiver after missing all of last year with a shoulder injury, but either JT Barrett or Cardale Jones would be a suitable option playing behind a stout offensive line. Having running back Ezekiel Elliott (6.9 yards per carry) to hand off to doesn’t hurt, either.
Ohio State’s defense looks tremendous at all three levels, especially with a linebacker corps featuring Joshua Perry and Darron Lee. The Buckeyes have a fairly soft schedule, too, and could easily run the table before their key matchup on November 21 against the Michigan State Spartans (+2000). Anything short of another title will be a disappointment for the Buckeyes this year.
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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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