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2015 College Football Conference Title Betting Cheat Sheet

If you’re a college football betting fanatic that is looking forward to the upcoming 2015 season and you’d like to know which teams stand the best chances of walking away with their respective conference championships in hand, (at least according to the oddsmakers), then you’re in luck.

This betting cheat sheet will provide an in-depth look at the 2015 college football conference championship odds and which teams have the best betting odds of brining home the bacon as conference title winners in 2015.

With that said, let’s take a closer look at 015 College Football Conference Title Odds


A half-dozen SEC teams are being viewed by oddsmakers as legitimate national title contenders with five of them featuring single-digit odds. Conference favorite Alabama (5-2), Auburn (15-4), Georgia (5-1), Ole Miss (8-1) and Tennessee (8-1) are all single-digit faves to bring home the bacon while rebuilding Arkansas is just off the mark at 10-1. Read more.

Big Ten

Urban Meyer’s defending national champion Ohio State Buckeyes are the clear-cut favorite to win the Big Ten at 1-2 odds while Wisconsin opens as 8-1 favorites and Michigan State checks in with 13-4 futures odds. The trio are the only Big Ten programs with a better than 10-1 chance of winning the Big Ten title. Read more.


2014 playoff semifinalist Florida State opens as a 5-2 favorite to win the ACC despite the fact that the Seminoles will have to replace Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston at quarterback.

The Clemson Tigers (3-1), run-happy Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and Virginia Tech Hokies (8-1) round out the quartet of ACC title contenders with better than 10-1 odds.


High-scoring national champ runner-up Oregon opens as a 9-4 favorite to win the Pac-12 even though the Ducks will have to replace Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Marcus Mariota. The talent-rich USC Trojans and their No. 1 recruiting class are just behind the Ducks at 11-4 and are followed by both, Stanford and UCLA as identical 5-1 faves.

Rounding out the competitive conference’s single-digit favorites are Arizona State (6-1) and Arizona (7-1) a pair of underrated programs that both will look to build on their stellar 2014 campaigns. Read more.

Big 12

Heisman Trophy favorite Trevone Boykin and the TCU Horned Frogs are whopping 17-10 favorites to bring home the bacon in the Big 12, though it is the only power conference without a conference championship game. TCU is followed by Baylor at 5-2, although Art Briles’ Bears will be replacing outstanding quarterback Bryce Petty.

Oklahoma (4-1), Oklahoma State (5-1) and rebuilding Texas (7-1) are all single-digit favorites to pull off the upset and win the Big 12 in 2015. Read more.

2015 Conference Championship Odds By Conference:

Alabama 5-2 Ohio State 1-2
Auburn 15-4 Michigan St. 13-4
Georgia 5-1 Wisconsin 8-1
LSU 8-1 Michigan 12-1
Ole Miss 8-1 Nebraska 12-1
Tennessee 8-1 Penn State 15-1
Arkansas 10-1 Minnesota 18-1
Missouri 12-1 Iowa 25-1
Miss. St. 12-1 Rutgers 40-1
Texas A&M 15-1 Maryland 50-1
Florida 18-1 Illinois 60-1
S. Carolina 25-1 Indiana 60-1
Kentucky 75-1 Northwestern 60-1
Vanderbilt 100-1 Purdue 100-1
Florida St. 5-2 Oregon 9-4
Clemson 3-1 USC 11-4
Ga. Tech 4-1 Stanford 5-1
Louisville 8-1 UCLA 5-1
Va. Tech 8-1 Arizona St. 6-1
Miami 10-1 Arizona 7-1
Duke 12-1 Utah 10-1
NC State 12-1 California 18-1
Pittsburgh 15-1 Washington 30-1
N. Carolina 18-1 Wash. St. 40-1
Boston Col. 30-1 Colorado 50-1
Virginia 30-1 Oregon St. 50-1
Syracuse 75-1
W. Forest 100-1
BIG 12
TCU 17-10
Baylor 5-2
Oklahoma 4-1
Oklahoma St. 5-1
Texas 7-1
Kansas St. 10-1
W. Virginia 15-1
Texas Tech 20-1
Iowa State 25-1
Kansas 100-1