Ohio State now co-leader in College Football Playoff title odds
Ohio State has come along way in the last two weeks.
The Buckeyes are now co-favored to win the National Championship, according to new odds released by SuperBook on Monday morning:
Bama, OhSt 3/2
UF, Wis 40/1
A&M, BYU, OU, USC 80/1
Miami, OkSt 200/1
Boise, Mich, Tex 300/1
ArizSt, Aub, Coastal, Ind, Marsh, NW, Pur, SDSU, Wash 500/1
PSU, Stan, Utah, WVU 1000/1
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) November 2, 2020
Ohio State is now tied with Alabama and just ahead of Clemson. After the top three, it’s a steep drop off to Notre Dame, Georgia, Florida and Wisconsin.
As recently as three weeks ago, Ohio State was third in title odds at 7/2. But the Buckeyes have made a pair of statements since then — a 52-17 drubbing of Nebraska and a healthy 38-25 victory on the road at Penn State.
The Buckeyes seem likely to run the table through the rest of the regular season. They only have two ranked games left on their schedule and both contests — Indiana and Michigan — are at home.
Wisconsin (40/1), Michigan (300/1), Indiana (500/1), Northwestern (500/1), Purdue (500/1) and Penn State (1000/1) are the other Big Ten teams with odds currently.
Ohio State hosts Rutgers in Week 3 of the Big Ten season. Kick off is at 7:30 p.m. ET.