Coming out of Week 10, the race for the College Football Playoff is in focus with most teams facing 3 regular season games remaining.

The results over the weekend featured some close games and key results for CFP hopefuls. In the B1G, Ohio State avoided its second loss by riding Jaxon Smith-Njigba vs. Nebraska. The Buckeyes did just enough on both sides of the ball to avoid a big letdown in Lincoln.

In the SEC, No. 1 Georgia did not struggle vs. unranked Missouri. Alabama, however, went down to the wire against LSU, but the Crimsone Tide held on for a narrow victory.

Other key matchups across the country included Oklahoma winning soundly and Cincinnati escpaing with a win to keep undefeated seasons rolling.

Coming out of Week 10, ESPN’s FPI updated its odds to win the CFP, and those odds still have a heavy SEC flavor to them. Georgia still has a heavy lead with Alabma filling the second spot.

Here are the top 5 odds to win the title:

  • Georgia – 43.9%
  • Alabama – 24.3%
  • Ohio State – 15.3%
  • Oklahoma – 6.9%
  • Cincinnati – 3.7%

Every other team has less than 3.5% chance to win the national championship.