After two big semifinal games, the TCU Horned Frogs and the Georgia Bulldogs will square off in the college football national championship on Monday. New customers who create an account at BetMGM Sportsbook can claim a $1,000 promo with the use of the BetMGM bonus code PLAY1000.
BetMGM bonus code for college football national championship
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BetMGM College Football Playoff championship preview: TCU vs. Georgia
BetMGM is giving reigning national champion Georgia a 12.5-point edge over TCU. Moneyline odds on BetMGM have Georgia as a -450 favorite and TCU as a +350 underdog. The over/under is 62.5 points.
The Horned Frogs are coming off a big win over the Michigan Wolverines in which they were 7.5-point underdogs. Max Duggan and company scored 51 points against a Michigan defense that averaged 13.4 points allowed all year.
Georgia won its semifinal game following a last-second missed field goal attempt by Ohio State. The Bulldogs will be playing for a second consecutive national championship. A win here would be the first time since the start of the College Football Playoff that a team has won two straight national titles.