The incredibly unusual 2020 college football regular season comes to a close this weekend with a handful of teams finishing up with meaningless games but highlighted by the Power 5 conference championship games.
The Crimson Tide visit Mississippi State this Saturday at noon ET. Alabama is a 21-point favorite and has won the past 11 in the series by an average of more than 22 points per game.
The schools are only about 325 miles apart. Yet before the 2015 college football season they had played just once since 1975 (2008).
No. 1 Alabama takes on No. 4 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl from Miami, and No. 2 Clemson battles No. 3 Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl from outside Dallas.
Crimson Tide, Oklahoma Sooners and Clemson Tigers, are all listed as +375 co-favorites to win the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.
Three formerly unbeaten schools suffered their first losses of the season last week in college football bringing a significant upsets.
Competitive matchups according to oddsmakers may involve teams residing outside the Top 10 in college football this week.
The betting trends support backing the defending national champion Clemson Tigers (4-0) as solid road favorites in this Saturday’s ACC showdown.
My favorite part about the college football playoffs is that it gives me a legitimate excuse to get my New Year’s Even drinking started at lunch time.
The Clemson Tigers will battle the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship game.