After a month filled with controversy and drama, the stage was set for Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines to complete a quest that began three years ago, and they did not disappoint.
In an exciting game, that was a bit more contested than the final score might suggest, Michigan won its first National Championship since 1997, after defeating the Washington Huskies 34-13. That way, Michigan proved oddsmakers right, as they came out on top after being anointed as the favorites in the odds to win the National Championship, late in November.
With the season in the rearview mirror, the top online sportsbooks have already posted the odds to win the 2025 National Championship. Despite their dominance, Michigan is not favored to win it all next year; instead, the Georgia Bulldogs are the team that the oddsmakers deem as the favorite at this stage of the season. Alabama and Ohio State are second and third, according to the odds courtesy of Bet365 (check our Bet365 Review).
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College Football FAQs
Question: Where can I bet on the 2024 College Football National Championship?
Answer: The best online sportsbooks are the safest online sportsbooks, which are those licensed in jurisdictions where online sports betting is legal in the United States. The top-rated books are BetMGM, Caesars, FanDuel, PointsBet, Bet365, Unibet, SugarHouse, BetRivers, SBK, MaximBet, and DraftKings. All offer a wide variety of NCAAF props, futures, and point spreads.
Question: What types of bets are popular with college football?
Answer: The most popular bet is the point spread bet where the underdog is getting points or the favorite is giving points. However, moneylines, where no point spread is involved have grown increasingly popular, as have over/under, or total bets, where bettors can wager over or under on the combined total of the two teams in that game.
Question: Do I have to bet a lot?
Answer: No, the minimum bet is as low as $1 and accounts can be funded with as little as $10 at many of the books across the nation.
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