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07.06.2024

NCAAF 2024 Conference Championship Odds | SEC, ACC, Big-10, and Big-12

The SEC has remained the premier conference in college football, and this season, the talent pool gets even deeper, with Texas and Oklahoma joining the mix. As we inch closer to the season, there are currently nine SEC teams on Athlon Sports' preseason Top-25, and once the season starts, that number will surely increase, as teams like Kentucky could surprise people.

Aside from the College Football Playoff, winning the SEC Title game is one of the biggest wins a team can have each season, and here we'll break down the odds of winning the Conference Championship game for the historic Southeastern Conference.

Odds to Win the 2024 SEC Championship Game

Team

FanDuel

DraftKings

Caesars

Georgia

+185

+190

+200

Texas

+310

+320

+330

Ole Miss

+650

+600

+575

Alabama

+950

+850

+800

LSU

+1000

+950

+650

Tennessee

+1100

+1200

+1400

Missouri

+1500

+1500

+750

Texas A&M

+2000

+1800

+1200

Oklahoma

+4000

+4000

+1600

Auburn

+5000

+5500

+6000

Kentucky

+9000

+10,000

+8000

South Carolina

+10,000

+13,000

+10,000

Florida

+12,000

+15,000

+12,500

Arkansas

+20,000

+20,000

+20,000

Mississippi State

+30,000

+30,000

+25,000

Vanderbilt

+50,000

+100,000

+60,000

*odds as of June 7, 2024

Current Favorites

Georgia Bulldogs: After winning back-to-back National Championships, the Georgia Bulldogs failed to make the College Football Playoff last season. While they would also go on to lose a lot of talent to the NFL, the Bulldogs will enter this season with current Heisman favorite Carson Beck under center.

Not only will Beck be leading a high-powered offense, but the Bulldogs' defense is also expected to be one of the best in the country. They are coming off a season in which they ranked fifth in average points allowed per game (15.64).

Texas Longhorns: Quinn Ewers and the Texas Longhorns are making quite the jump from the Big 12 to the SEC, but on the bright side, they are entering the league in its first season without Nick Saban controlling the Alabama sideline for quite some time. The Longhorns saw Ewers take a big step in his development last season, and while he lost his two best weapons, the Longhorns were able to bring in Silas Bolden and Isaiah Bond through the transfer portal.

Ole Miss Rebels: If there was ever a time for Lane Kiffin to take over the SEC, it would be this season. After finishing 11-2 last season, the Rebels return one of the best quarterbacks in the country in Jaxson Dart while also bringing in one of the top defensive transfers in the country in Walter Nolen. The projected first-round defensive lineman will be tasked with improving a defense that was 34th in the country last season in points allowed per game (22.08).

Past Winners

Season

Winner

Runner-Up

2023

Alabama Crimson Tide

Georgia Bulldogs

2022

Georgia Bulldogs

LSU Tigers

2021

Alabama Crimson Tide

Georgia Bulldogs

2020

Alabama Crimson Tide

Florida Gators

2019

LSU Tigers

Georgia Bulldogs


While there was extensive debate about it, the ACC did not have a representative in the 2023 College Football Playoff. After losing Jordan Travis to an injury, the selection committee decided Florida State would not receive an invite to the CFP despite still winning the ACC Title game.

Entering the 2024 season, the Seminoles are favored to become repeat champions in the ACC, as they will have a new signal-caller under center in DJ Uiagalelei. The Seminoles proved last season they are the team to beat in the Atlantic Coastal Conference, but there are certainly a few teams who could steal the throne from them this season, and we'll break down all of those teams' odds to win the 2024 ACC Championship game.

Odds to Win the 2024 ACC Championship Game

Team

FanDuel

DraftKings

Caesars

Florida State

+270

+280

+310

Clemson

+350

+330

+290

Miami Florida

+430

+425

+425

Louisville

+600

+600

+525

NC State

+600

+700

+650

Virginia Tech

+1400

+1400

+1500

SMU

+1800

+1600

+1100

North Carolina

+4500

+4500

+2200

Syracuse

+4500

+4000

+3500

California

+10,000

+8000

+4000

Georgia Tech

+10,000

+7500

+4000

Pittsburgh

+11,000

+12,000

+12,500

Duke

+13,000

+10,000

+10,000

Boston College

+15,000

+15,000

+9000

Virginia

+15,000

+15,000

+10,000

Wake Forest

+25,000

+25,000

+15,000

Stanford

+50,000

+50,000

+50,000

*odds as of June 7, 2024

Current Favorites

Florida State Seminoles: While they may have won the ACC, the Florida State Seminoles 2023 season was heartbreaking. Jordan Travis had the Seminoles playing their best football in years prior to his injury, and now the team will have a very new look offense with Travis and the team's top three leading receivers now in the NFL.

In order to repeat as champions, the Seminoles will put their faith in DJ Uiagalelei, who is returning to the ACC after playing a season at Oregon State. With the quarterback position secured, the true question for the Seminoles is if their defense can perform at the same level as last season after losing multiple key players to the NFL Draft.

Clemson Tigers: Last season, the Clemson Tigers became a non-factor in the ACC for the first time in years. With a 4-4 conference record and a 9-4 overall record, the Tigers finished 6th in the conference in Cade Klubnik's first full season as the starter. The Tigers still have a talented roster, but Dabo Swinney's unwillingness to attack the transfer portal could lead to another down year for Clemson.

Miami Hurricanes: The FSU Seminoles are not the only Florida school in this conference that will be rolling out a new quarterback, as the Miami Hurricanes went out and signed former Washington State standout Cam Ward. In two seasons at Washington State, Ward threw for 48 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. Ultimately, the Hurricanes season will come down to how far their coaching staff allows them to go because the talent is there.

Past Winners

Season

Team

Runner-Up

2023

Florida State Seminoles

Louisville Cardinals

2022

Clemson Tigers

North Carolina Tar Heels

2021

Pitt Panthers

Wake Forest Demon Deacons

2020

Clemson Tigers

Notre Dame Fighting Irish

2019

Clemson Tigers

Virginia Cavaliers


College football fans are entering a brand new era of Big Ten football. With multiple big-name programs, including Oregon and USC, coming over from what used to be the Pac-12, this hard-nosed conference will now feature an entirely different style of football.

Over the past few seasons, the Michigan Wolverines have dominated the conference, but with JJ McCarthy and Jim Harbaugh gone, the Ohio State Buckeyes have the chance to reclaim the throne. It certainly won't be easy for the Buckeyes, though, with multiple ranked teams joining their schedule, and with that, we'll take a look at the current betting odds to win the Big Ten Conference Championship game.

Odds to Win 2024 Big-Ten Championship Game

Team

FanDuel

DraftKings

Caesars

Ohio State

+160

+160

+150

Oregon

+200

+210

+220

Penn State

+500

+500

+450

Michigan

+650

+600

+525

USC

+2200

+2200

+1600

Iowa

+3500

+4000

+3000

Washington

+5500

+6000

+4000

Nebraska

+6000

+6000

+4000

Wisconsin

+8000

+7500

+6000

Maryland

+10,000

+9000

+8000

Rutgers

+11,000

+12,000

+9000

Illinois

+15,000

+15,000

+15,000

UCLA

+15,000

OTB

+9000

Minnesota

+17,000

+20,000

+20,000

Michigan State

+17,000

+15,000

+10,000

Northwestern

+20,000

+18,000

+10,000

Purdue

+30,000

+30,000

+30,000

Indiana

+30,000

+30,000

+40,000

*odds as of June 7, 2024

Current Favorites

Ohio State Buckeyes: The Buckeyes are one of the best teams in the country when it comes to reloading on talent. After losing Marvin Harrison Jr. to the NFL Draft and Kyle McCord to the transfer portal, the Buckeyes offense is still expected to be one of the best in the country, with Chip Kelly now calling the plays. Ohio State was not only able to grab quarterback Will Howard out of the portal, but they were able to bring in Quinshon Judkins and the number one recruit in the country in wide receiver Jeremiah Smith.

Oregon Ducks: In their first season in the Big Ten, the Oregon Ducks will have an experienced quarterback under center in transfer Dillon Gabriel. Oregon's offense will certainly be a tough one to stop for fellow conference foes, but the big story is their defense, which was dominant last season, as head coach Dan Lanning had his team ranked 21st in opponent yards per game in 2023.

Penn State Nittany Lions: The Nittany Lions have consistently placed themselves on the outside looking into the College Football Playoff, but a big season from quarterback Drew Allar could change that. Penn State is hoping that Allar can take a big step forward this season since their defense is one of the best in the country. They were second in the country last year in yards allowed per game (256.6) and third in points allowed per game (14).

Past Winners

Season

Winner

Runner-Up

2023

Michigan Wolverines

Iowa Hawkeyes

2022

Michigan Wolverines

Purdue Boilermakers

2021

Michigan Wolverines

Iowa Hawkeyes

2020

Ohio State Buckeyes

Northwestern Wildcats

2019

Ohio State Buckeyes

Wisconsin Badgers


Over the past five seasons, the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners have won three of the five Conference Championship games. Well, both of those schools have moved to the SEC, which opens the door for new and old faces to take over.

One of those new teams is the Utah Utes, who are the current betting favorites to win the Big-12 Title game in their first season as conference members. The Big 12 is also the new home for Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes, and to find out where they stand in terms of betting odds, you can check out the updated odds down below.

Odds to Win 2024 Big-12 Championship Game

Team

FanDuel

DraftKings

Caesars

Utah

+310

+330

+310

Kansas State

+350

+350

+330

Kansas

+750

+700

+900

Iowa State

+900

+1100

+1000

Texas Tech

+1000

+1000

+900

Arizona

+1000

+850

+900

Oklahoma State

+1100

+1200

+1000

UCF

+1200

+1200

+1000

TCU

+1800

+1700

+1400

West Virginia

+1800

+1800

+1200

Colorado

+4000

+3500

+1600

Cincinnati

+6000

+7500

+8000

Baylor

+6000

+6500

+7500

Arizona State

+10,000

+10,000

+9000

Houston

+10,000

+11,000

+7500

BYU

+12,000

+12,000

+12,500

*odds as of June 7, 2024

Current Favorites

Utah Utes: In their first season in the Big 12, the experienced Utes have a chance to take over the conference. With Cam Rising back under center after missing last year, the Utes' offense should have success against Big 12 defenses.

Utah also improved its defense through the portal, bringing in EDGE rusher Paul Fitzgerald, safety Alaka'i Gilman, and cornerback Cameron Calhoun. After finishing 20th in points allowed per game last season, the Utes could boast the best defense in the conference this season.

Kansas State Wildcats: The Wildcats lost their long-time quarterback, Will Howard, to the portal, but their replacement, Avery Johnson, could be a breakout candidate at the position this season. When he saw the field last season, Johnson threw for five touchdowns and rushed for seven, as his legs will make the Wildcats offense a tough one to slow down this season.

Kansas Jayhawks: Jalon Daniels is healthy heading into this season, and that should be enough to keep the Jayhawks program relevant once again. The dual-threat signal caller and running back Devin Neal is one of the best backfield duos in the country and should be able to lead a high-powered offense, as Kansas finished 21st in yards per game last season, even with Daniels being injured.

Past Winners

Season

Winner

Runner-Up

2023

Texas Longhorns

Oklahoma State Cowboys

2022

Kansas State Wildcats

TCU Horned Frogs

2021

Baylor Bears

Oklahoma State Cowboys

2020

Oklahoma Sooners

Iowa State Cyclones

2019

Oklahoma Sooners

Baylor Bears

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