Nov 16, 2013; Starkville, MS, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide running back Kenyan Drake (17) advances the ball during the game against the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Davis Wade Stadium. Alabama Crimson Tide defeat the Mississippi State Bulldogs with a score of 20-7. Mandatory Credit: Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports

BCS National Championship odds


 

The folks over at Bovada have once again been kind enough to send over their current BCS National Championship odds.

The Alabama Crimson Tide struggled in a 20-7 road victory over the Mississippi State Bulldogs, but because another week passed, they also saw their odds rise as they are now a scratch favorite. The Florida State Seminoles, who improved to 10-0 with another dominating victory, this time a 59-3 win over the Syracuse Orange, saw their odds change from 7/4 to 8/5.  Both the Baylor Bears and Ohio State Buckeyes earn fairly easy victories, but both saw their odds fall.

Despite again becoming the favorite to win the Pac 12 after the Stanford Cardinal where upset the Southern Cal Trojans, the Oregon Ducks’ odds remained the same. Stanford is now off of the board.

The Auburn Tigers saw their odds go from 66/1 to 33/1 after defeating the Georgia Bulldogs.

Below you can see each of the contenders’ odds from last week and their current odds.

Week 12                       Current

Alabama                                   5/4                                1/1

Florida State                           7/4                                8/5

Baylor                                        4/1                                7/1

Ohio State                                17/2                              10/1

Oregon                                      20/1                              20/1

Auburn                                      66/1                              33/1

Missouri                                 Off the Board                75/1

Stanford                                  25/1                              Off the Board

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