2022-23 College Football National Championship Odds Update

TCU Horned Frogs quarterback Max Duggan celebrates a TD pass

November 5, 2022; Fort Worth, TX, USA; TCU Horned Frogs quarterback Max Duggan (15) celebrates a touchdown pass with offensive tackle Andrew Coker (74) in the second half of a game against the Texas Tech Red Raiders at Amon G. Carter Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Raymond Carlin III-USA TODAY Sports

  • Week 11 brought some clarity regarding the NCAAF National Championship odds
  • The TCU Horned Frogs are firmly in the College Football Playoffs picture after upsetting Texas on the streets
  • Check out the updated 2022-23 national title odds below

Week 11 finally put a few more pieces of the College Football National Championship puzzle together. The playoff picture got a little more interesting as #4 TCU showed off their skills in Austin and #25 Washington upset #6 Oregon.

Washington rushed into Eugene and bounced Oregon right out of the college football playoff picture. While TCU tore apart a confident Texas Longhorns team and cemented its spot in the top four.

Here’s what the NCAAF National Championship odds look like after Week 11.

Updated College Football National Championship Odds

team opportunities
Georgia -125
State of Ohio +250
Michigan +700
Tennessee +2000
TCU +2000
U.S.C +3000
LSU +5000
North Carolina +6000
Clemson +6000
Utah +20000
Alabama +20000
Oregon +25000

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A 45-19 decimation by the Mississippi State Bulldogs has seen the Georgia Bulldogs National Championship odds improve to -125. Elsewhere, Michigan and Ohio State held their ground as the next two favorites at +250 and +700, respectively. In other news, LSU clinched a 13-10 win over Arkansas to clinch the SEC West title and plummet Alabama’s National Championship odds to +20,000.

TCU jumps into the national championship picture

TCU kept their dream season alive Saturday as the Horned Frogs set their sights firmly on a place in the College Football Playoffs.

The Horned Frogs lived up to the playoff hype last night in Austin. #4 TCU seemed on the verge of an upset as it traveled to play against a strong Texas roster. However, the Horned Frogs avoided trap play and established themselves as a viable playoff contender.

Surprisingly, the clash between the two offensive powerhouses turned into a defensive struggle.

Fortunately, the Horned Frogs’ offense came alive in the second half. As running back, Keandre Miller blew up a 75-yard touchdown run and outplayed his opponent Bijan Robinson for much of the night. Texas finally scored late in the fourth quarter with a 48-yard fumble return, but TCU ran out the clock to secure the win.

TCU is 10-0 this season and will be playing for the Big 12 title in coach Sonny Dykes’ first season. The Horned Frogs play Baylor away and Iowa State at home in their final two games of the regular season. While Baylor has proven to be a challenging place for TCU in the past, the Horned Frogs should be favored in both games. Should TCU’s defense continue to control events, as they did against Texas, an undefeated TCU Big 12 champion on Pick Sunday could become a reality.

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Washington decimates Oregon’s playoff hopes

Dan Lanning and the Oregon Ducks had to believe they had defeated the Washington Huskies with a 20-play drive that put them in position to win their ninth straight game.

However, Michael Pennix Jr. and the Huskies had other ideas. With less than four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, #25 Washington scored the last 10 points to earn a 37-34 win.

Unfortunately for Oregon, Heisman chances contender Bo Nix was injured in the penultimate snap of that 20-game sequence, leaving the Ducks without their star for a while.

Fatefully, Nix’s injury that night proved disastrous for Oregon.

The huskies took advantage of this. Less than a minute after Nix was injured, Washington showstopper Penix threw a 62-yard cent to Taj Davis to level the game at 24. Oregon backup Ty Thompson passed the ball three times before the Ducks took a risky 4th try. Running back Noah Whittington stumbled, giving Washington an opportunity to kick the game-winning field goal.

With the Oregon loss, the Pac-12 is almost certainly out of the playoff race. Updated odds maker lines showed just that today as Ducks College Football National Championship odds dropped to as low as +250000.

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