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The Alabam Crimson Tide open as a 4-point favorite against the Georgia Bulldogs in the College Football Playoff National Championship, according to BookMaker.eu:
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BookMaker.eu opened the Alabama Crimson Tide as 4-point favorites against the Georgia Bulldogs in the CFP National Championship. The game’s total was set at 47.5.

This marks the 112th time out of 113 games since 2010 that Alabama has been favored. The last time the Tide were not favored was during the 2015 season where they were 1-point underdogs at Georgia. The prior time was in 2009 against Florida in the SEC Championship where they were 4.5-point underdogs.
The CFP National Championship is Monday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA. Kickoff is set for 6:00 p.m. CT and will be televised on ESPN.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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14 Comments
Could this be removed?? Is there nothing more current to publicize than this ????? Wasted space.
Reply20 hours
People who bet Bama lost big in 2017. People who bet UGA won big.
Reply7 days
Damn, you're a genius
7 days
6pm MT Larry
Reply14 days
Bama will beat the shite out of UGA
Reply14 days
Dawgs by 6...
Reply15 days
I thought it was gonna be in the 6.5-7.5 range
Reply16 days
Yawn
Reply17 days
UGA by more than 2 TDs. Suck it auburn fans. We beat your rival, beat you 10 putt of 13 years
Reply17 days
To be expected after Bama's performance vs Clemson.
Reply17 days
Yawn meteorite game. 2011 all over again
Reply17 days
The game is set for 7:15 CST.
Reply18 days
1. Why put it in CST? 2. It is at 8p EST (7p CST)
Reply18 days
Because you're on an LSU-run board. Their articles typically come from their local sources.
18 days
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