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Bovada Sportsbook released 2014 National Championship Odds For 51 college football teams last week and twelve different SEC teams were included. LSU came in at 18/1.

Here’s a look at the odds:

Florida State: 11/2
Alabama: 6/1
Oregon: 8/1
Auburn: 9/1
Ohio State: 10/1
Oklahoma: 12/1
Georgia: 16/1
UCLA: 16/1
LSU: 18/1
Michigan State: 25/1
South Carolina: 25/1
USC: 25/1
Baylor: 28/1
Stanford: 33/1
Wisconsin: 33/1
Florida: 40/1
Mississippi: 40/1
Notre Dame: 40/1
Texas: 40/1
Michigan: 50/1
Nebraska: 50/1
Arizona State: 66/1
Clemson: 66/1
Missouri: 66/1
Texas A&M: 66/1

Miami: 75/1
Oklahoma State: 75/1
Arizona: 100/1
Iowa: 100/1
Kansas State: 100/1
North Carolina: 100/1
Tennessee: 100/1
Texas Tech: 100/1
Washington: 100/1
BYU: 150/1
Mississippi State: 150/1
Virginia Tech: 150/1
Oregon State: 200/1
Cincinnati: 250/1
Louisville: 250/1
West Virginia: 250/1
Arkansas: 300/1
TCU: 300/1
Boise State: 500/1
Boston College: 500/1
California: 500/1
Georgia Tech: 500/1
Pittsburgh: 500/1
South Florida: 500/1
UCF: 500/1
Rutgers: 1000/1
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Have another downvote you insufferable Tide prick.
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South Carolina: 25/1 is pretty good value
Reply101 months
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Georgia also returns their entire starting defense from last year, and 8 from the offense. They are also almost all JR's or SR's.

But the big thing is their schedule. It's relatively easy as SEC schedules go, with only having to go to South Carolina. All the other difficult games are at their place.
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Georgia played in a New Year's Day bowl game last year and had a losing record. I'm confused.
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So you're saying...... there's a chance??
Reply101 months
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yes umad?
Reply101 months
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6/1? Should be 3/1 at worst.

Roll fricking Tide.
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so Georgia is coming off a losing record AND lost their all-SEC QB, yet they have better odds than us?
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