Jan 7, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban holds the Coaches Trophy after the 2013 BCS Championship game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Sun Life Stadium. Alabama won 42-14. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Alabama Installed as Early Betting Favorite For BCS Championship

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It should come as exactly no surprise that the Alabama Crimson Tide are the odds-on favorites to win the BCS National Championship for the third consecutive year. Following spring ball, the odds makers have unveiled their very early list of betting odds for the upcoming year and Nick Saban’s squad topped the list.

Coming in second was the Ohio State Buckeyes, who went undefeated just a season ago, but were ineligible for the postseason.

The Oregon Ducks are near the top of the list, despite the loss of Chip Kelly, and a number of teams in the SEC follow — what else would you expect?

Here is the complete list of odds for the 2013 BCS title, via Bovada.lv:

  • Alabama 3/1
  • Ohio State 13/2
  • Oregon 7/1
  • Texas A&M 8/1
  • Georgia 16/1
  • Stanford 16/1
  • LSU 18/1
  • Florida 20/1
  • Louisville 22/1
  • Clemson 25/1
  • Florida State 28/1
  • Miami 28/1
  • Notre Dame 28/1
  • South Carolina 28/1
  • Michigan 33/1
  • Oklahoma State 33/1
  • Texas 33/1
  • Nebraska 50/1
  • Oklahoma 50/1
  • UCLA 50/1
  • USC 50/1
  • TCU 66/1
  • Wisconsin 66/1
  • Boise State 100/1
  • Michigan State 100/1
  • Oregon State 100/1
  • Mississippi 125/1
  • North Carolina 150/1
  • Northwestern 150/1
  • Virginia Tech 150/1
  • Washington 150/1
  • Auburn 200/1
  • BYU 200/1
  • California 200/1
  • Cincinnati 200/1
  • Georgia Tech 200/1
  • Kansas State 200/1
  • Mississippi State 200/1
  • Pittsburgh 200/1
  • Rutgers 200/1
  • Arizona 250/1
  • Arkansas 250/1
  • Iowa 250/1
  • Tennessee 250/1
  • Missouri 300/1
  • West Virginia 300/1
  • Boston College 500/1
  • South Florida 500/1
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