The data is focused on total dollars wagered and total number of tickets for the winner of the 2020 College Football Playoffs.
Top 10 College Football Future Bets by Total Dollars Bet:
|College Football Team||% of Total Dollars Wagered|
|Alabama Crimson Tide||11%|
|Ohio State Buckeyes||8%|
|Notre Dame Fighting Irish||3%|
It’s not surprising to see the class of the college football world at the top with UGA, Bama, and Oklahoma, but it is surprising to see Clemson as sixth on this list returning their Heisman-candidate QB Trevor Lawrence and their top offensive weapons in Travis Etienne, Justyn Ross and more.
Yes, it may be because they are currently 12/5, but so is Alabama and they have taken 11% of total dollars wagered.
Top 10 Future Bets by Total Tickets Bet:
|College Football Team||% of Total Tickets Placed|
|Ohio State Buckeyes||7%|
|Notre Dame Fighting Irish||6%|
|Alabama Crimson Tide||5%|
|Penn State Nittany Lions||4%|
The most interesting part of this entire table is actually what is not on here.
In the previous chart, you saw that the Texas Longhorns had received 6% of the total dollars wagered. They aren’t even on this list of total # of tickets placed. What does that mean? It means people are placing a larger sum of money on the Longhorns to win, rather than the number of tickets.
The Penn State Nittany Lions are interesting as well, as they show up on this chart of total number of tickets, but not in the total number of money wagered. That means a lot of users are placing low bets on the Lions to win it all. Given their odds of 60/1 (down from 75/1), that makes sense.
William Hill College Football National Championship Odds
|College Football Team||Opening Odds||Current Odds|
TCU went from 300/1 to 75/1
The Field went from 75/1 to 200/1
Michigan went from 18/1 to 10/1
Wisconsin went from 60/1 to 150/1
Mississippi State from from 750/1 to 250/1
College Football Playoffs Betting History
|Year||Bowl Game||Winner||Loser||Score||Point Spread|
|2018||Orange Bowl||Alabama||Oklahoma||45–34||Alabama -14|
|Cotton Bowl||Clemson||Notre Dame||30–3||Clemson -11|
|2017||Rose Bowl||Georgia||Oklahoma||54–48 2OT||Georgia -3.5|
|Sugar Bowl||Alabama||Clemson||24–6||Alabama -3|
|Title||Alabama||Georgia||26-23 OT||Alabama -3.5|
|2016||Fiesta Bowl||Clemson||Ohio State||31–0||PK|
|Peach Bowl||Alabama||Washington||24–7||Alabama -17|
|2015||Orange Bowl||Clemson||Oklahoma||37–17||Oklahoma -1.5|
|Cotton Bowl||Alabama||Michigan St||38–0||Alabama -9.5|
|2014||Rose Bowl||Oregon||Florida St||59–20||Oregon -9.5|
|Sugar Bowl||Ohio St||Alabama||42–35||Alabama -8|
|Title||Ohio St||Oregon||42-20||Oregon -5.5|
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