Alabama Fans Wanting to Bet on the Rose Bowl Can With Bovada

  • Bovada offers College Football Playoff odds and more for Alabama residents.
  • Alabama has -105 moneyline odds against the Michigan Wolverines in the Rose Bowl.
  • The Crimson Tide are favored to win the National Championship with +185 odds.

PASADENA, Calif.Rose Bowl betting odds list the Alabama Crimson Tide as 2.0-point underdogs to the Michigan Wolverines. Despite being underdogs in the College Football Playoff semifinals, Alabama is favored to win the National Championship with +185 odds.

Alabama residents can bet on the Crimson Tide’s odds at Bovada for the Rose Bowl or the National Championship. Bovada is one of the USA online sportsbooks that accepts all players with the exception of New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Delaware, and Nevada.

Alabama Vs Michigan Betting Lines

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Alabama +2.0 (-115) -105 O44.5 (-110)
Michigan -2.0 (-105) -115 U44.5 (-110)

Betting odds for the Rose Bowl lists the Crimson Tide as slight underdogs with -105 moneyline odds. A $100 bet at sportsbooks taking AL players pays out $195.24 on Alabama to win against Michigan.

Alabama’s Odds To Win The National Championship At Bovada

If the Crimson Tide takes down the No. 1 seed Michigan, Alabama’s National Championship odds will greatly shorten. Alabama has +185 odds to win the National Championship prior to the College Football Playoff semifinals.

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NCAA Championship Odds

  • Alabama +185
  • Michigan +200
  • Texas +275
  • Washington +560

Despite narrowly sneaking into the College Football Playoff as the No. 4 seed, college football sportsbooks favor Alabama to win the National Championship. The Crimson Tide’s impressive win against the former No. 1 ranked Georgia Bulldogs has Bovada confident in Alabama.

Another factor to consider is Michigan’s continued underwhelming performances in postseason play. The Wolverines lost six straight bowl games under Jim Harbaugh, which includes a 35-16 loss to Alabama in the 2019 Citrus Bowl.