College Football Playoff Opening Odds: Point Spreads, Moneylines & Totals

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College Football Playoff Opening Odds: Point Spreads, Moneylines, & Totals

After the conference championship games, the committee has made its final decisions on rankings. Michigan, Washington, Texas, and Alabama will square off to settle who will win the college football national championship.

Both College Football Playoff games will take place on New Year’s Day, with Alabama facing Michigan in the Rose Bowl and Texas meeting Washington in the Sugar Bowl. Both games will air on ESPN. Read on for the latest look at the opening odds for both games. Odds are from FanDuel Sportsbook.

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Rose Bowl — Michigan vs. Alabama

Michigan and Alabama head west to face each other in the 110th annual Rose Bowl. Michigan, despite the controversy, has managed to pull together an impressive undefeated season, beating Iowa 26-0 in the Big Ten championship game. Alabama on the other hand, faced a tough Georgia team in the SEC championship. The Crimson Tide’s 27-24 win caused a stir in the rankings, and the team squeaked in and knocked undefeated Florida State out.

Sugar Bowl — Washington vs. Texas

Heisman candidate Michael Penix Jr. led the underdog Washington Huskies to a win over Oregon in the Pac-12 championship game. Washington notched a 34-31 victory, with Penix Jr. throwing for 319 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. Texas also took care of business in the Big 12 championship game, beating Oklahoma State 49-21.