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Top Teams Remain After the 2023 College Football Spring Season

Top Teams Remain After the 2023 College Football Spring Season

The more things change, the more they remain the same.  Despite NIL, recruiting, and the transfer portal, the same names remain at the top and bottom of the NCAAF bets board.  The 2-time defending national champion Georgia Bulldogs remain favored for a 3-peat.  While the Alabama Crimson Tide, Ohio State Buckeyes, Michigan Wolverines, LSU Tigers, and USC Trojans remain additional public favorites.  Second-tier chalk includes the Florida State Seminoles, Clemson Tigers, and Penn State Nittany Lions.  And then the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Texas Longhorns are getting name-brand bets too.  

2023 College Football Futures

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

College Football National Championship CashBet Odds

Georgia Bulldogs +220, Alabama Crimson Tide +550, Ohio State Buckeyes +600, Michigan Wolverines +1000, LSU Tigers +1600, USC Trojans +1600, Clemson Tigers +2000, Penn State Nittany Lions +2000, Notre Dame Fighting Irish +3000, Texas Longhorns +2500, Florida State Seminoles +1800, Oregon Ducks +3000, Tennessee Volunteers +3000, Oklahoma Sooners +6000, Washington Huskies +3000, Utah Utes +6000, TCU Horned Frogs +10000, Texas A&M Aggies +6000, North Carolina Tar Heels +10000, All Other Teams +10000 or Higher

Georgia Bulldogs Takes the Point

It is true that no college football team has won three straight national titles since the 1930s.  But the Bulldogs are in a prime Sportsbook position to make history.  Georgia returns what might be Kirby Smart’s best offense.  Despite a quarterback change.  Also, the Bulldogs get a favorable schedule from heaven, featuring a rotation of very beatable teams.  Of great concern is a trip to Tennessee in November that will have huge implications. 

Hail to the Victors – Michigan Wolverines on Cusp of Big Ten Dynasty

Indeed, more old-school Big Ten football is coming for the Wolverines.  Consider that Michigan will return their elite backs, quarterback, and one of the nation’s best offensive line combinations.  Also, Michigan has some appealing Betting on College Football transfers.  Including Josaiah Stewart, an edge rusher who had over a dozen sacks a year ago.

Ohio State Buckeyes Face Demand to Beat Michigan or Else

Certainly, losing your quarterback and best offensive linemen isn’t ideal.  Especially with two straight losses to Michigan staring you in the face.  But the Buckeyes return arguably college football’s premier wide receiver corp.  IN like manner, Ohio State can run the ball with authority.  Additionally, Ohio State has a lot of power at the line defensively.  Of major concern are road games at Notre Dame, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

Florida State Seminoles National Rising

Coach Mike Norvell’s 10-win breakout last season came courtesy of some close wins late.  But the Seminoles return the core of a roster that won those games.  Including quarterback Jordan Travis and edge rusher Jared Verse.  Correlate that FSU owns another solid rushing attack.  Additionally, the Seminoles boast key transfers like tight end Jaheim Bell and cornerback Fentrell Cypress.  Hence, FSU is the ACC title favorite until proven otherwise.

Kelly’s Heroes Re-Establish LSU Tigers Credentials

Last year, the LSU Tigers were the surprise SEC West champs.  And everyone agrees that LSU has what it takes to make it a bet on NCAAF repeat in coach Brian Kelly’s second year.  At the beginning is quarterback Jayden Daniels, a stable of solid backs, its entire offensive line, some stealthy wide receivers, and a defensive front that can wreck opponents at the line.

Alabama Crimson Tide Ready to Roll

At the onset, major change is coming to the Crimson Tide.  Following the loss of key contributors and adding two new coordinators.  Including offensive play-caller Tommy Rees from Notre Dame in a move that leaves more questions than answers.  And there are big decisions to be made at quarterback and offensive line.  Head coach Nick Saban has always recruited better than anybody.  Thus, Alabama still presents major potential in the secondary and at receiver.  The Tide has major Betting on NCAAF tests at home against Texas and LSU.

Clemson Tigers and Dabo Turn the Page

Missing out on the College Football Playoff for two straight years had Dabo Swinney getting aggressive this off-season.  To show, Swinney hired offensive coordinator Garrett Riley to help build around quarterback Cade Klubnik.  And tailback Will Shipley is back.  Still, Clemson needs more athleticism at wide receiver and has to replace some huge holes on the defensive front.

Lincoln Looks to Build Life of Riley for Conquests at USC Trojans

Of course, Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams can do just about anything.  Especially with transfer wideout Dorian Singer stepping in.  But until the Trojans can tighten their leaky defense, a Pac-12 title and College Football Playoff berth are still at arm’s length.


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