Top 25 college football national championship odds

Clemson Tigers national championship odds
Dabo Swinney’s Clemson Tigers are currently the top choice to win a second consecutive college football national championship. (Photo credit: Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports)

The following is a list of college football national championship odds for teams currently ranked in the AP Top 25. College football national championship odds as of Monday, Oct. 28.

AP Top 25

AP Top 25 rankingsRankNational championship odds
LSU1Clemson (+200)
Alabama2Alabama (+275)
Ohio State3Ohio State (+300)
Clemson4LSU (+700)
Penn State5Georgia (+1400)
Florida6Oklahoma (+2200)
Oregon7Penn State (+5000)
Georgia8Florida (+8000)
Utah9Oregon (+10000)
Oklahoma10Utah (+10000)
Auburn11Baylor (+15000)
Baylor12Auburn (+25000)
Minnesota13Minnesota (+25000)
Michigan14Wisconsin (+25000)
SMU15Memphis (+50000)
Notre Dame16Michigan (+50000)
Cincinnati17Notre Dame (+50000)
Wisconsin18SMU (+100000)
Iowa19Texas A&M (+100000)
Appalachian State20USC (+100000)
Boise State21Virginia (+100000)
Kansas State22Virginia Tech (+100000)
Wake Forest23n/a
Memphis24n/a
San Diego St.25n/a

Please note: The College Football Playoff field is not determined by the AP rankings. The first official CFP rankings will be revealed Tuesday, Nov. 5, after Week 10 games have been played.

College basketball: 2020 NCAA national championship odds

A selection committee chosen by the CFP will determine the top four teams to advance to the College Football Playoff field. Selection criteria includes team performance, strength of schedule, head-to-head results, and much more.

The Fiesta Bowl (Glendale, Az.) and Peach Bowl (Atlanta, Ga.), both played on Saturday, Dec. 28, will serve as the two CFP seminals for the 2019 college football season.

The CFP National Championship Game will take place Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, La.