During the month of May, college football Games of the Year and season win totals get a lot of attention. There’s been plenty of movement in the 2019 National Championship futures market as well. At the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, Alabama has dropped from +250 to +175. Ohio State has dropped from +800 to +500. And Penn State has risen from 12/1 to 20/1.

If you’re looking for a longshot, take a peek at Utah (200/1). The Pac-12 South should be wide open this year. USC lost a ton of talent to the NFL Draft, and I still don’t think everyone is sold on Clay Helton as head coach. UCLA is in a rebuild with Chip Kelly. Arizona is going to be dangerous with Kevin Sumlin, but does he have all the pieces in place to make a run this year? Who knows what will happen with Herm Edwards and Arizona State. Utah gets Washington, Arizona, USC, and Oregon at home. Their toughest road game, at Stanford on October 6, comes after the Cardinal play Oregon and Notre Dame. Utah returns an upperclassman quarterback and a 1,000-yard rusher. At 200/1, the Utes could be worth some beer money.

2019 College Football Championship Odds

2019 College Football Championship Odds - Updated May 28


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Jay Richards

Freelance sports writer for a number of local, regional, and national outlets. Owner of a 2014-15 Ohio State National Championship ticket at 75-1. Thank you, Urban Meyer, for funding that vacation to the Bahamas. Proud Penn State graduate and member of the Oakland Raiders' Black Hole.

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