OddsShark Super Bowl and College Football National Title Odds

The Clemson Tigers’ upset loss to the Syracuse Orange last week knocked them down five spots in the AP Top 25 poll, and it also put a dent in their latest national championship odds.

Clemson entered last week at +375 on the odds to win the national championship at sportsbooks monitored byOddsShark.com, behind only the Alabama Crimson Tide. With a loss on their record this week, however, the Tigers have fallen to +900 on those betting futures. That has them still trailing the Crimson Tide (who are listed as the clear -110 title favorites) along with the Ohio State Buckeyes, who sit at +500 odds to win the championship.

Ohio State trounced Nebraska 56-14 last week, and now gets a week off before a marquee matchup against the Penn State Nittany Lions on October 28. The Nittany Lions are No. 2 in the AP Top 25 at 6-0 on the season, and fourth at +1000 on the national title odds. If Penn State dispatches Ohio State in two weeks, however, they’ll get a big boost on those futures.

Georgia, at 7-0 on the season, joins Penn State at +1000 on the latest national championship odds, with Wisconsin at +2000, and both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State at +2500. USC, Miami, and TCU hold down +2800 odds, with Michigan, Notre Dame, and North Carolina State at +3300. Washington, now 6-1 on the season, is down to +4000 from +1800 on the list.

College Football National Championship Odds

Alabama -110

Ohio State +500

Clemson +900

Penn State +1000

Georgia +1000

Wisconsin +2000

Oklahoma +2500

Oklahoma State +2500

USC +2800

Miami +2800

TCU +2800

Michigan +3300

Notre Dame +3300

NC State +3300

Washington +4000

Auburn +7500

South Florida +10000

Central Florida +10000

Michigan State +10000

Virginia Tech +20000

LSU +20000

Washington State +30000

Stanford +30000

Texas +100000

And now the NFL odds.

When Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone last week it shook up the Super Bowl 52 odds, dropping his Green Bay Packers from their spot just behind the favorite New England Patriots to a position well down the futures list at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

The Packers with a healthy Rodgers were set at +500 on the Super Bowl odds at the sportsbooks last week. The Packers with Rodgers on the shelf have fallen to +1600 on those betting futures, where they not only the trail the Patriots (+450) but the Steelers (+800), Chiefs (+850), Eagles (+850), Seahawks (+1100), and Falcons (+1400) as well.

Green Bay now heads into Week 7 with Brett Hundley at quarterback, and as 5.5-point home underdogs against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints at Lambeau Field. If Hundley falters, would the Packers consider adding Colin Kaepernick for a playoff push? Oddsmakers have that possibility listed at +700 on the betting props, although Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy seemed to throw cold water on the idea in his press conference this week.

Green Bay sits tied with the Minnesota Vikings at 4-2 atop the NFC North standings this week, with the Vikings now up to +2000 on the Super Bowl 52 odds with their path to a division title seemingly easier with Rodgers on the sidelines for the Packers. The Detroit Lions, at 3-3 in the NFC North standings, are set at +3300 on the odds to win Super Bowl 52.

Super Bowl 52 Odds

New England Patriots +450

Pittsburgh Steelers +800

Kansas City Chiefs +850

Philadelphia Eagles +850

Seattle Seahawks +1100

Atlanta Falcons +1400

Green Bay Packers +1600

Minnesota Vikings +2000

Dallas Cowboys +2200

Denver Broncos +2500

Carolina Panthers +2500

Los Angeles Rams +2500

Houston Texans +2800

Detroit Lions +3300

Washington Redskins +3300

New Orleans Saints +3300

Tennessee Titans +4000

Oakland Raiders +4000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5000

Cincinnati Bengals +5000

Arizona Cardinals +5000

Buffalo Bills +6600

Baltimore Ravens +6600

Jacksonville Jaguars +6600

Miami Dolphins +7500

New York Giants +7500

Indianapolis Colts +10000

Los Angeles Chargers +10000

New York Jets +20000

Chicago Bears +20000

San Francisco 49ers +500000

Cleveland Browns +500000

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