Nov 30, 2013; Auburn, AL, USA; Auburn Tigers fans storm the field in celebration following their victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide 34-28 after a 100 yard return of a missed field goal by cornerback Chris Davis (11) with no time left in the game at Jordan Hare Stadium. Mandatory Credit: RVR Photos-USA TODAY Sports

BCS National Championship Odds: December 2

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

The Auburn Tigers’ miraculous 34-28 victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide obviously shock up the odds. The Tide’s odds to win their third straight BCS National Championship tumbled from 1/1 to 50/1. If the Tide are to have any chance, the Duke Blue Devils will have to upset the Florida State Seminoles in the ACC Championship game and the Michigan State Spartans will have to upset the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Otherwise, those two squads will likely meet in the game.

The Seminoles are the overwhelming favorite to win the title, but the next two spots on the list are quite close. The Buckeyes now have 4/1 odds to win the title (up from 6/1) and the Auburn Tigers saw their odds rise from 12/1 to 5/1.

The Missouri Tigers, who will take on the Auburn Tigers in the SEC Championship Saturday afternoon, also remain in the mix with 12/1 odds.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys are now off the board. With the Crimson Tide having a bye and one of the the two teams in the SEC Championship guaranteed to win, they won’t be able to get any higher than #3.

Below are the complete odds.

                                                    Week 14                       Current

Florida State                             7/5                                1/3

Ohio State                                  6/1                                4/1

Auburn                                        12/1                              5/1

Missouri                                      16/1                              12/1

Alabama                                      1/1                                50/1

Oklahoma State                       100/1                            Off the Board

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