The College Football Playoff odds look a little bit different these days. With four conferences backing out of the fall schedule, teams that may not normally be considered contenders are now firmly in the mix.

Stadium’s Brett McMurphy shared some of the latest College Football Playoff odds for the 2020 season. With teams like Ohio State, Penn State, Oregon and a few others out of the mix, there are some fresh teams with better odds to take home the national title.

The usual suspects are still at the top, as Clemson, Alabama and Georgia are still near the top. Teams that were able to wiggle into a better position include UCF, Cincinnati, Tennessee, Memphis and BYU.

Below are the latest odds, as updated by Super Book Sports:

  • Clemson — 2/1
  • Alabama — 3/1
  • Georgia — 4/1
  • Florida — 12/1
  • Oklahoma — 12/1
  • Notre Dame — 16/1
  • Texas — 16/1
  • Texas A&M — 30/1
  • Auburn — 40/1
  • LSU — 40/1
  • Oklahoma State — 50/1
  • UCF — 80/1
  • Cincinnati — 100/1
  • Iowa State — 100/1
  • North Carolina — 100/1
  • TCU — 100/1
  • Tennessee — 100/1
  • Baylor — 300/1
  • Florida State — 300/1
  • Louisville — 300/1
  • Virginia Tech — 300/1
  • Memphis — 500/1
  • BYU — 1000/1
  • Kentucky — 1000/1
  • Ole Miss — 1000/1
  • Pitt — 1000/1
  • South Carolina — 1000/1
  • Virginia — 1000/1
  • West Virginia — 1000/1