Sportsbook operator CG Technology opened the Ohio State Buckeyes as overwhelming 1-2 favorites to win the Big Ten. Urban Meyer's loaded squad is the only odds-on favorite in the Power 5 conferences. Michigan State, at 13-4, and Wisconsin, at 8-1, are the only other teams with a better than 10-1 chance of winning the Big Ten crown, according to the book.
In the SEC, six teams -- Alabama, the favorite at 5-2, Auburn (15-4), Georgia (5-1), LSU (8-1), Ole Miss (8-1) and Tennessee (8-1) -- have single-digit odds. Arkansas (10-1) is right in the mix, too.
Oregon, at 9-4, is the favorite in the Pac-12, but barely. USC is close behind the Ducks at 11-4, followed by Stanford and UCLA at 5-1.
Florida State is the favorite in the ACC at 5-2, followed by Clemson (3-1), Georgia Tech (4-1) and Virginia Tech (8-1).
TCU is favored in the Big 12, the only power conference without a championship game. The Horned Frogs are 17-10, followed by Baylor at 5-2.
The odds will open Monday at all CG Technology books. CG Technology operates the books at the Venetian, Cosmopolitan, Palms and M Resort, among others. Opening limits are to win $5,000.
You'd have to bet $10,000 to win $5,000 on the heavily favored Buckeyes, who return 14 starters off of last season's championship squad. Ohio State is a 14-5 favorite to repeat as national champion. Alabama is next at 17-2 to win the second College Football Playoff.
Auburn has improved from 20-1 to 10-1 to win the national championship. Jim Harbaugh's Michigan Wolverines have gone from 100-1 to 50-1. Next week, CG Technology will release season win totals on approximately 50 college football teams, and in late June it will release a batch of season props, according to vice president of race and sports Jason Simbal.
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