Vegas Odds on Clemson winning the CFB Title


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Vegas Odds on Clemson winning the CFB Title

Nevada's largest Sports Book released its latest odds on Monday of the college football favorites to win the National Championship in 2016.

Clemson was tied for second highest odds at 7-1 with Michigan.

The top eight schools with the best odds were Alabama (5-1), Clemson (7-1), Michigan (7-1), Oklahoma (8-1), Florida State (8-1), Oklahoma (8-1), LSU (12-1), and Tennessee (15-1).

The ACC Atlantic battle between Clemson-Florida State is currently set at 1.5 point favorite for the rival Seminoles.

The top five schools by the number of bets placed for the national title were Michigan, Ohio State, LSU, Clemson, and Alabama.

The Golden Nugget sportsbook set the over-under on Clemson for ten wins in 2016.

Clemson kicks off the season with a road contest against Auburn on September 3 that will be televised by ESPN at nine p.m. EST.

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