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College Football National Championship Odds

The 2023 college football season officially kicks off in August.  But with spring practice complete NCAAF bets gamblers will look ahead and rank the top 25 teams in the nation.  Georgia is the obvious top pick.  Namely, coach Kirby Smart’s team is going for a three-peat as national champion.  Next comes Michigan, Alabama, USC, and Ohio State.  Following that, the top-5 are LSU, Florida State, and Penn State up.   The transfer portal and roster development could change things by August.  But with spring ball over and more clarity about rosters for the fall, the top teams won’t change.

2023 College Football Futures

When:  College Football Season Kicks Off on August 26, 2023

Georgia’s Three-Peat Chances Built on 5-Star Recruiting

Indeed, there is a new Bitcoin Sportsbook king, or perhaps top dawg, in college football.  For most of Nick Saban’s tenure at Alabama, the path to a national championship has gone through Tuscaloosa.  But after the past two years, a changing of the guard has officially taken place.

Now, College football’s path to the title runs through Athens. New offensive coordinator Mike Bobo replaces Todd Monken, who went to the NFL.  Yet the offense isn’t expected to tweak too much.

First on Bobo’s to-do list is to sort out a quarterback competition that went unresolved in the spring.  Carson Beck worked as the backup to Stetson Bennett IV.  Last year Beck impressed in limited action.  Hence, he will likely begin the 2023 Betting on College Football campaign as the No. 1 quarterback.

The receiving corps was considered the weakest link on last year’s championship squad.  But Smart addressed that need by adding a pair of playmakers via transfer.   Namely, Dominic Lovett of Missouri and Rara Thomas of Mississippi State from the portal arrived.  They will team with Ladd McConkey and tight end Brock Bowers on the outside.

Last season, the Georgia defense wasn’t quite as salty as the ’21 unit that limited teams to just 10.2 points per game.  However, the 2021 group still suffocated opponents.  Georgia limited them to 14.3 points per contest.

One set of dominant talent exits.  Specifically, lineman Jalen Carter, linebackers Robert Beal Jr. and Nolan Smith, and defensive backs Kelee Ringo and safety Christopher Smith II.  But another outstanding group is ready to emerge.

Up front, Mykel Williams is an emerging superstar.  In turn, he is expected to be the next Georgia defender to create constant havoc in the trenches.  Jamon Dumas-Johnson and Smael Mondon Jr. are two of the best linebackers in the SEC.  Hence, finding running mates for Dumas-Johnson and Mondon off the edge is one of Smart’s biggest concerns this offseason.

Following a standout freshman season in 2022, safety Malaki Starks (68 tackles and two INTs) is already among the top defensive backs in the nation.  Additionally, cornerback Kamari Lassiter and safety Javon Bullard show why it’s easy to see Georgia won’t miss a beat in pass coverage.  Despite some Betting on NCAAF personnel turnover on the back end.

Despite ten players selected in last week’s NFL draft, the Georgia Bulldogs remain No. 1 in the second version of the 2023 Way-Too-Early Top 25.  Last year the Bulldogs had to replace a record 15 players who were chosen in the NFL draft.  Including five first-rounders on defense.  Of course, Kirby Smart’s roster is built to reload.  And that is the bet on NCAAF reason gamblers have the defending national champs on their lists.


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