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Virginia Tech Football: Latest National Championship Odds

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Hokies odds drop despite the win against E.C.U.

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Every week the fine folks at www.Bovada.lv email me the latest Heisman Trophy odds, and more importantly, the national championship odds. At the end of week two, Virginia Tech was at 33-1. They were ahead of teams like Miami, Notre Dame, Auburn, and some other college blue bloods. This was before some of the mentioned teams lost a game. This week, the Hokies were downgraded to 40-1. I’m not too sure why they dropped, but the wise men in the desert use a model that factors schedule highly in the formula. The current favorites are, you guessed it, Alabama. They are currently listed at 2-1.

The A.C.C. is represented on the list at number two with Clemson. Clemson enters week four at 11-2. Louisville took a huge drop after the Clemson loss. They went from 25-1, all the way to 100-1. Here is the complete list from the folks at Bovada.lv

Odds to Win the 2018 CFP National Championship (Teams in red have longer odds, teams in blue have shorter odds, and teams in black stayed the same)

9/11/17 Current Odds (9/18/17)

Alabama 7/4 2/1

Clemson 14/1 11/2

USC 6/1 7/1

Oklahoma 8/1 8/1

Ohio State 8/1 17/2

Oklahoma State 18/1 9/1

Penn State 14/1 12/1

Michigan 14/1 20/1

Wisconsin 22/1 22/1

Georgia 25/1 22/1

Florida State 28/1 28/1

Washington 28/1 28/1

Mississippi State Off the Board 40/1

Oregon 40/1 40/1

Virginia Tech 33/1 40/1

LSU 20/1 50/1

Miami Florida 40/1 50/1

Florida 75/1 66/1

Auburn 75/1 75/1

Notre Dame 66/1 75/1

TCU 75/1 75/1

Washington State 100/1 75/1

Louisville 25/1 100/1

Houston 100/1 200/1

Iowa 100/1 300/1

Kansas State 50/1 300/1

Stanford 75/1 300/1

Tennessee 75/1 300/1

Texas 100/1 300/1

Texas A&M 300/1 300/1

West Virginia 300/1 300/1

Colorado 300/1 Off the Board

Maryland 150/1 Off the Board

Michigan State 500/1 Off the Board

Minnesota 500/1 Off the Board

South Carolina 200/1 Off the Board

UCLA 75/1 Off the Board