Alabama's A No-Brainer For NCAAF Championship

To Win NCAAF Men's Championship

It's comical how good Alabama is, right? I can't be the only one that feels this isn't even fair. Like the NBA's Golden State Warriors, every season is Bama's to lose. They're just that good. Every. Single. Year.

They're -400 favorites to win the NCAAF Men's Championship in 2018-2019. The second favorite isn't even close. Clemson sits at +400.

Alabama is primed to run the table. Over the next four weeks, they face #18 Mississippi State, Citadel, Auburn, and #6 Georgia. Alabama has won the last 10 straight games vs Mississippi State, five of the last seven versus Auburn, and the last four straight vs Georgia. Citadel is a non-factor.

The Alabama Roll Tide are an absurd 28-2 SU in their last 30 games. They're unbeaten since losing to Auburn in last year's Iron Bowl.

You can bet on another team to win the NCAAF Men's Championship, but Bama is clearly the best bet.

Clemson at +400 is a great value bet. They're 9-0 on the season and have annihilated just about everyone they've faced. The own the NCAA's highest scoring offense and one of the stingiest D's. Clemson has outscored ACC teams 316-80.

The Tigers are worth a second look. They played well on both sides of the ball and are no strangers to big games. The Tigers are 6-2 SU in their last 8 bowl games. Incidentally, their last loss came 11 months ago at the hands of Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is running away with the Heisman Trophy lead. At -1200, he's a shoe-in barring significant injury. Tagovailoa is completing 68% of his passes. He's thrown for 2,361 yards and 27 touchdowns. In 132 passes this season, Tua has thrown just one interception. This kid is ridiculous.

The Roll Tide know how to get everyone involved on offense. Seven players have caught touchdown passes. Nine players have ran the ball. The offense has gained over 5,000 total yards in just nine games.

There's little point in betting against the Roll Tide. If you've watched them at all this season, it's obvious why they're the favorite. Take Bama -400 to win the NCAAF Men's Championship. Toss a few bucks on Clemson at +400. Tagovailoa will win the Heisman, but at -1200, it's not worth my time.