Latest National Championship odds for Clemson


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Latest National Championship odds for Clemson

It's College Football Playoff time as No. 1 ranked Clemson will head to New Orleans, LA for the Sugar Bowl to battle No. 4 Alabama on New Year's Day.

Clemson currently is second in the National Championship odds at Las Vegas Superbook at 5/2 behind only Alabama.

CFB Playoff ranking odds

1. Alabama (2/1)
2. Clemson (5/2)
3. Oklahoma (3/1)
4. Georgia (3/1)

Alabama (35%) is the favorite to win the CFP National Championship, followed by Georgia (24%), Clemson (23%) and Oklahoma (18%), according to ESPN's FPI.

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