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UK’s odds to win CFP Championship drastically change


Kentucky’s odds to win the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship saw a drastic change from Week 2 to Week 3.

Listed at 900/1 this time last week to win it all, the Cats moved all the way to 200/1 following the win at Florida. It’s still a longshot bet, but the value saw a significant drop in the matter of days.

Here are the new odds, courtesy of Bovada:

TEAM

LAST WEEK

CURRENT ODDS

Alabama

7/4

2/1

Clemson

9/2

5/1

Georgia

8/1

8/1

Ohio State

8/1

8/1

Wisconsin

18/1

12/1

Auburn

16/1

14/1

Notre Dame

20/1

14/1

Oklahoma

22/1

18/1

Penn State

40/1

28/1

Washington

45/1

28/1

Michigan

70/1

33/1

LSU

55/1

40/1

Stanford

75/1

40/1

Central Florida

250/1

50/1

Virginia Tech

65/1

50/1

Mississippi State

75/1

60/1

TCU

125/1

60/1

West Virginia

40/1

66/1

Oregon

75/1

75/1

Texas A&M

125/1

75/1

Michigan State

50/1

90/1

Texas

200/1

90/1

Florida State

200/1

100/1

Boise State

300/1

125/1

USC

60/1

125/1

Arizona State

900/1

150/1

NC State

500/1

150/1

Oklahoma State

275/1

150/1

Boston College

450/1

200/1

Duke

900/1

200/1

Florida

100/1

200/1

Iowa

300/1

200/1

Kentucky

900/1

200/1

Minnesota

750/1

200/1

Nebraska

200/1

200/1

Texas Tech

900/1

200/1

Utah

200/1

200/1

Washington State

400/1

200/1

California

900/1

300/1

Florida Atlantic

900/1

300/1

Iowa State

300/1

300/1

Missouri

450/1

300/1

South Carolina

200/1

300/1

Houston

300/1

400/1

Northwestern

350/1

400/1

Georgia Tech

750/1

500/1

Indiana

900/1

500/1

Maryland

500/1

500/1

South Florida

900/1

500/1

Syracuse

500/1

500/1

Vanderbilt

900/1

500/1

Virginia

900/1

500/1

Article written by Drew Franklin

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12 responses to “UK’s odds to win CFP Championship drastically change”

  1. maximumscott

    Stop it

  2. njCat

    Tied for 29th. Not bad. Only 3 future opponents ranked higher -> 8-3 record?

  3. BBNBRIAN

    Central Florida at 50-1… Nuff said.

    1. Greatcatfan

      With their schedule they’ll have a good shot to go undefeated but any 1 -2 (with the right) loss power 5 team has a bigger chance of getting in. And then they’d have to beat the playoff teams.

  4. nybrasky

    [Lloyd Christmas “So you’re tellin me there’s a chance” .gif]

  5. DelrayCat

    Georgia at 8-1 is the money bet.

    1. JTHinton

      Wisconsin at 18-1

  6. Duuuuuude

    We’re still write like fortieth?

  7. Blue Bill

    Central Florida 40-1??

    1. Greatcatfan

      UCF looks like they have the best chance of any team in Florida right now. Their schedule is set up where they could go undefeated and with enough losses by power 5 champions they could sneak into the playoffs.

  8. jimmer

    I don’t get the love for Michigan. Stoops and Harbaugh have same number of Conference Titles since he’s been at Michigan. Zero.

  9. SanDiegoDave

    Another piece of useless sporting news.