Updated odds to win 2023 college football national championship

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A week removed from the Georgia Bulldogs‘ historic national championship win, oddsmakers in Las Vegas are releasing odds for the 2023 national title.

The odds for the 2023 title look similar to the preseason odds heading into the 2021-22 season this past October. Despite losing the big game versus Georgia, Alabama is once again the favorite to win it all with Nick Saban this year. Unlike last year, Georgia has the second-best odds to win after finally breaking the 41-year drought.

The rest of the top five is roughly the same with Clemson and Ohio State trailing their SEC foes. However, after making it to the CFP semifinal this year, Michigan is now in the top tier for 2023. Also notable are Oklahoma and USC, either of which would become the first program in history to win a national championship following a coaching change.

Check out the latest 2023 national championship odds.

2023 National Title odds

These odds were updated on Jan. 18, 2022, courtesy of BetMGM.

Alabama +200
Georgia +250
Ohio State +600
Clemson +1200
Michigan +3500
Oklahoma +3500
Texas A&M +3500
USC +3500
Florida +5000
Oregon +5000
Texas +5000
Utah +5000
Miami +6600
Notre Dame +6600
Baylor +8000
Cincinnati +8000
LSU +8000
Penn State +8000
Pittsburgh +8000
Purdue +6000
Wake Forest +8000
Wisconsin +8000
Arizona State +10000
Auburn +10000
Iowa +10000
Kansas State +10000
Maryland +10000
Michigan State +10000
Nebraska +10000
North Carolina +10000
Oklahoma State +10000
Mississippi +10000
South Carolina +10000
Tennessee +10000
UCLA +10000
Washington +10000

Perhaps the most underrated program, based on the odds, is Michigan State. After the Spartans went 11-2 and signed Mel Tucker to a massive new contract, they have the same odds as Auburn, South Carolina, and other .500 teams.

The most overrated program may be the Florida Gators. After dismissing head coach Dan Mullen, the Gators are rebuilding with former Louisiana skipper Billy Napier. They’ll face a gauntlet with opponents like Utah and Texas A&M on the schedule, as well as LSU, Georgia and the rest of their conference games.