Alabama Early Favorite in College Football
The Crimson Tide is one of two teams with single digit offshore sports betting odds. Online sports betting had Ohio State as the 6.5 to 1 second choice to win the title. The Buckeyes return Terrelle Pryor and a lot of talent so they are definitely a contender, especially since they play in the Big 10 where the schedule is manageable. If you are looking for value when you make online sports betting future wagers on college football the time to find it is now. It is tough to predict so far in advance which team will win it all and that is why you can get some good prices in offshore sports betting.
There are nine other teams that have online sports betting odds of less than 20-1. These nine teams would be considered contenders so it would not be a shock if any of them win. Oregon is 10-1 in offshore sports betting odds to win it all next season. That seems way too high considering the mess that the program is in regarding player problems. There are far better teams to consider if you are making a future bet. Boise State is 12-1 in future odds and whether they have a chance or not will be determined early as they play Virginia Tech early in the season. Unlike some other teams, one loss will end any chance Boise has at a national title. At 12-1 they are also overvalued in online sports betting.
Texas is 14-1 in online sports betting future odds and that is not a bad price considering the Longhorns just reload. They have to replace Colt McCoy but all indications are that Greg Gilbert can do the job. Nebraska and USC are 15-1 each and those odds may also be too low considering Nebraska has to get past Texas while USC has a new head coach. Florida is a very tempting 16-1 in online sports betting. Urban Meyer simply wins and Florida can replace Tebow. Virginia Tech is 17-1 while TCU and Oklahoma are 18-1.
A couple of longshots from the powerful SEC could be LSU at 25-1 and Georgia at 30-1 in offshore sports betting. National title contenders almost always come from the SEC.