College football odds: Georgia and Alabama co-popular to win the championship in the 2022-23 season

The 2021-22 college season ended Monday night when Georgia defeated Alabama 33-18 in the College Football playoff final and won its first national title in more than 40 years.

Now the Bulldogs face another question as they revel in their fame: Will they make it again next season? Bookmakers probably like their chances, as Georgia (+200) opened as a co-favorite to win the national title in 2022, according to the odds from the bookmaker FanDuel.

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The Bulldogs may have to rebuild their star defenses a bit, as many of their starters will target the NFL draft in 2022, but the team has recruited well in recent years and will have a lot of confidence in it next season. They will have to replace quarterback Stetson Bennett IV in the attack, but they will retain most of their harvest of young, talented receivers and narrow ends. This will give them a chance to become a more effective scoring unit as players like Brock Bowers develop.

Georgia is not the only SEC team expected to compete for the national title. Alabama (+200) corresponds to the odds of Georgia at the beginning of the season, although he lost to them in the match of the national championship in 2022. Why? As Heisman winner Bryce Young returns to the post of quarterback, this should lead to an Alabama attack humming. Stud pass rusher Will Anderson is also not eligible for the draft, so his return should make the defense a terrifying unit again.

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There are two other teams with a better odds than 10-1 to win the championship. They are State of Ohio (+800) and Clemson (+1000). Ohio State played very well after the slow start of the school football season of 2021 and CJ Stroud has the potential to become the best quarterback in college football. Meanwhile, Clemson ends the year down, but Dabo Swinney’s team is still talented. After the departure of Brent Venables (Oklahoma) and Tony Elliott (Virginia), who became head coaches, they simply have to adjust to having new coordinators on both sides.

Michigan (+4000) and Cincinnati (+20,000)who did CFP last season have longer shots to handle this year. The Wolverines belong to a group of five teams with the fifth best odds to win the championship, but according to bookmakers, they are clearly behind Ohio State. As for the Bearcats, they will probably have to remain undefeated to re-enter the College Football playoffs, and bookmakers are not optimistic about it, as quarterback Desmond Ridder moves to the NFL.

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Below is a look at FanDuel’s chances of winning a national title in the 2022 season. Only schools with a course of 200-1 or higher are listed.

Course for the University Football Championship 2022

team Courses
Georgia +200
Alabama +200
State of Ohio +800
Clemson +1000
Oregon +4000
Texas A&M +4000
Oklahoma +4000
Florida +4000
Michigan +4000
Miami (FL) +6000
State Penn +6000
Tennessee +8000
North Carolina +8000
USC +8000
Wisconsin +8000
Our Lady +8000
Kentucky +10 000
Texas +10 000
Washington +10 000
South Carolina +15 000
Arkansas +15 000
State of Michigan 15 000
LSU +15 000
Chestnut +15 000
State of Arizona +17 000
Purdue +17 000
Stanford +17 000
Wake Forest +17 000
State of Oklahoma +17 000
TCU +17 000
Maryland +17 000
UCLA +17 000
Baylor +17 000
Minnesota +17 000
Mississippi State +17 000
Utah +20 000
Iowa +20 000
Cincinnati +20 000


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