- The Georgia Bulldogs are 3-point favorites to win the National Championship.
- The Alabama Crimson Tide have +120 odds to win the game.
INDIANAPOLIS – The college football National Championship is set and the Georgia Bulldogs will take on the Alabama Crimson Tide. These two met earlier this season on December 4 in the SEC Championship.
In that SEC Championship game, online sportsbooks had Georgia listed as a 6-point favorite. However, Alabama manhandled them with a 41-24 blowout win. Looking ahead to the National Championship, Georgia has opened up as the favorite once again but this time at 3 points.
CFB National Championship Odds
- Georgia -140
- Alabama +120
- Georgia Spread -3 (-105)
- Total: 52.5 Points
This will be the 71st meeting between the two. Alabama holds a tight grip on the series with 42 wins to Georgia’s 25.
Throughout this historic rivalry, three of them have come in the SEC Championship game and one of them in the National Championship - all of which Alabama came away with a win.
The Crimson Tide are also on a seven-game win streak against Georgia. The last time Georgia defeated Alabama was in 2007 where they won 26-23.
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Betting The Spread
It is clear as to why the college football odds are set close in this game. This comes as both teams sit evenly with their performance against the spread. Georgia has gone 9-5 against the spread while Alabama has gone 8-6.
Both teams also rose to the occasion in the college football playoff semifinals as they each covered the spread.
On average, the Bulldogs are covering the spread by 7 points and are winning their games by a whopping 29.4 points (highest in the country). As for Alabama, while they are winning their games by 22.2 points on average, their spread margin this season sits at -1.8 points.
Georgia has their best chance to snap their seven-game losing streak against the Tide. The National Championship is set to take place on January 10 in Lucas Oil Stadium.
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