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Online Sports Betting’s College Football Power Rankings

Online Sports Betting’s College Football Power Rankings
It's never too early to trot out some college football power rankings. With the kickoff of a new season almost here, we're taking a look at the ten best pigskin-primed schools the NCAA has to offer heading into this year's campaign.

10. UCLA

Odds To Win The National Championship: 40/1

The Bruins have one of the most talented rosters in the nation and it’s up to Jim Mora to capitalize on that supreme skill level in 2015.

9. Michigan State

Odds To Win The National Championship: 20/1

Does Michigan State have another 11 win season in their bag of tricks? Ohio State and Michigan have been getting all the headlines, but the Spartans (who are solid on both sides of the ball) are not to be overlooked.

8. USC

Odds To Win The National Championship: 16/1

The Trojans have dynamite QB Cody Kessler guiding a potent offense, so this team will need improved play from their defense to truly harness their potential.

7. Georgia

Odds To Win The National Championship: 33/1

All eyes will be on superstar rusher Nick Chubb as UGA aims to transition from their familiar also-ran position to a spot as a genuine championship contender.

6. Oregon

Odds To Win The National Championship: 22/1

No Mariota? No problem. Okay, maybe there’s a big ol’ question mark at quarterback, but the Ducks are overloaded with talent throughout the rest of the roster.

5. Baylor

Odds To Win The National Championship: 20/1

Art Briles has the luxury of having 18 starters return for Baylor. The Bears have made themselves at home as a newly established college football powerhouse and if Seth Russell delivers at QB they will continue to rise to new heights.

4. Auburn

Odds To Win The National Championship: 9/1

Will Auburn beat out arch-rival Alabama in the SEC this year? All signs point to a big rebound for the Tigers in 2015 with their campaign riding on revived quality on defense.

3. TCU

Odds To Win The National Championship: 13/2

TCU were snubbed in last year’s playoff picture, but look like a serious contender for entry this go-around. Last year’s outrageous 46.5 points-per-game offense somehow looks scarier this year.

2. Alabama

Odds To Win The National Championship: 13/2

The Crimson Tide return with a lineup that’s shed some stars, but has managed to reload for another title run. As has been the case under Nick Saban’s watch, talent has been a renewable resource for Alabama. The question is whether or not they have a quarterback that can deliver in the crowded SEC.

1. Ohio State

Odds To Win The National Championship: 13/5

Unlike last season, Ohio State will be shocking absolutely no one if they repeat a national champs this season. Every single first place vote in the preseason AP Top 25 went to the Buckeyes and who could argue with that? They’re beyond spoiled at quarterback, boast Heisman candidate rusher Ezekiel Elliott as a weapon and they’ve got a spectacular defense to match. Fear the Buckeyes.

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