Jul 14, 2014; Irving, TX, USA; College football playoff executive director Bill Hancock with the new championship trophy during a press conference at the college football playoff headquarters. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Ohio State Football: Buckeyes given sixth best odds to win College Football Playoff

Although the college football season hasn’t started yet, everyone still loves to make their predictions as to who will win the national championship, especially the people in Las Vegas. This year, the path will be a little different, though, as it’s the first year of the College Football Playoff.

But the path doesn’t stop the folks in Vegas from predicting who the champion will be next January, and with that, here’s a look at the updated odds via the folks at Bovada.

Right off the bat, you can see that Ohio State is one of the favorites.

Alabama (13/2 to 11/2)

Florida State (11/2 to 11/2)

Oregon (12/1 to 7/1)

Oklahoma (20/1 to 9/1)

Auburn (14/1 to 10/1)

Ohio State (10/1 to 12/1)

UCLA (25/1 to 14/1)

Georgia (25/1 to 18/1)

LSU (25/1 to 20/1)

Michigan State (20/1 to 25/1)

USC (33/1 to 25/1)

Baylor (25/1 to 28/1)

Florida (25/1 to 33/1)

South Carolina (25/1 to 33/1)

Stanford (9/1 to 33/1)

Wisconsin (40/1 to 33/1)

Mississippi (66/1 to 40/1)

Michigan (50/1 to 50/1)

Notre Dame (33/1 to 50/1)

Texas (50/1 to 50/1)

Clemson (25/1 to 66/1)

Missouri (40/1 to 66/1)

Nebraska (50/1 to 66/1)

Texas A&M (25/1 to 66/1)

Arizona (100/1 to 100/1)

Arizona State (66/1 to 100/1)

Iowa (40/1 to 100/1)

Kansas State (100/1 to 100/1)

Louisville (50/1 to 100/1)

Miami (50/1 to 100/1)

North Carolina (50/1 to 100/1)

Washington (66/1 to 100/1)

BYU (100/1 to 150/1)

Mississippi State (100/1 to 150/1)

Oklahoma State (40/1 to 150/1)

Tennessee (100/1 to 150/1)

Virginia Tech (100/1 to 150/1)

TCU (100/1 to 200/1)

Texas Tech (Off the Board to 200/1)

Cincinnati (100/1 to 250/1)

Arkansas (100/1 to 300/1)

Boise State (100/1 to 300/1)

West Virginia (100/1 to 300/1)

Boston College (100/1 to 500/1)

Georgia Tech (100/1 to 500/1)

Oregon State (66/1 to 500/1)

Pittsburgh (100/1 to 500/1)

South Florida (100/1 to 500/1)

UCF (Off the Board to 500/1)

California (100/1 to 1000/1)

Rutgers (100/1 to 1000/1)

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