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NCAAF Championship

College Football Championship Odds at BetUS

The College Football Playoff National Championship is the annual post season championship that determines the title holder for the 2021-2022 NCAAF Division I football season. Followed by the Bowl Games, which take place in late December and early January, it is the top level of college football played each year.

The two teams that play in the CFB Playoff Championship are determined by two semi-final Bowl games. The 2022 edition of the College Football Playoff Championship will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana on January 10th, 2022.

Alabama Crimson Tide captured their 18thNCAAF Championship title last year in 2021 and are heavy favorites heading into this upcoming season. Despite being favored, it is hard to determine the winner of the NCAAF Championship before the season even begins, as many teams will have recruited new, game-changing players that could propel them to the top by December.

However, we have trends with certain teams that tend to be in the Bowl Games and CFB Playoff Championship more often than not.

Not only will you be able to take advantage of CFB Playoff Futures, where you can bet on the outcome of the NCAAF Championship, but you can bet on the game itself, including all the unique prop bets and specials. You can find these NCAAF Futures as soon as the season starts, and then when the Bowl Games start to wind down and we know which teams will be in the CFB Playoff, we will have the game odds and specials ready to go.

Keep an eye on this page for all the best NCAAF Championship betting odds and information as it rolls in.

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