College Football Playoff ranking and title odds for Michigan at DraftKing

The Michigan Wolverines finished the season with a perfect 13-0 record after taking down the Purdue Boilermakers 43-22 in the Big Ten Championship Saturday night.

Our experts cashed their best bet for that matchup here, and they already broke down Michigan’s title odds after they beat Ohio State two weeks ago in this article.

The College Football Playoff rankings were announced Sunday afternoon, and the Wolverines took home the #2 ranking.

Let’s dive into their next opponent and Michigan’s chances of winning the College Football Playoff according to DraftKings Sportsbook.

College Football Playoff announcement, selections and title odds at DraftKings The College Football rankings were announced Sunday afternoon, and the Michigan Wolverines are the #2 ranked team in the country. 

The Georgia Bulldogs are #1, while the TCU Horned Frogs are #3 and the Ohio State Buckeyes are #4.

The odds of each team winning the College Football Playoff at DraftKings can be seen here: Georgia (-130) Michigan (+280) Ohio State (+360) TCU (+1800)

A $10 bet on the Wolverines profits $28 if they win it all,

while Georgia bettors must risk $13 to earn $10 of winnings if the Bulldogs take home the National Championship for the second year in a row.

Who will be in the College Football Playoffs and who missed the cut? Georgia, Michigan, TCU and Ohio State made the College Football Playoffs, but a few teams just missed the cut. 

The USC Trojans were the #4 ranked team entering the weekend,

but they lost to Utah 47-24 in the Pac 12 Championship and dropped to #8. Additionally, the Alabama Crimson Tide were hoping to sneak into the playoffs,

but they fell short for just the second time since the CFB was created in 2014.

The teams that rounded out the top 10 College Football Playoff rankings include Alabama, Tennessee, Utah, USC, Penn State and Clemson.

Who does Michigan play next? Now that Michigan is in the College Football Playoffs, they will take on the TCU Horned Frogs in the semi-finals. 

TCU was 12-0 before losing to Kansas State in the Big 12 Championship, and their success rides on the back of QB Max Duggan,

who has 3,321 passing yards, 30 touchdowns and just four interceptions.

Duggan will present challenges to the Michigan defense, but the Wolverines have already slowed down Ohio State QB CJ Stroud,

who has comparable stats to Duggan (3,340 passing yards, 37 TDS and six INTs).

Michigan football title odds and prediction at DraftKings Sportsbook Michigan football has +280 odds to win the College Football Playoffs at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Our experts haven’t backed the Wolverines to win it all, but now is the best time to back them if you think they can win the National Championship.

Michigan is currently a -9 favorite against TCU, while their money line odds are -345.

The odds indicate that Michigan should take down the Horned Frogs, and their money line odds will likely be shorter than +280 in the National Championship.

Therefore, it’d be wise to back the Wolverines now if you think they can win it all this season.

If you aren’t betting on the Wolverines to win the College Football Playoffs,

use this link to register for a new DraftKings account and bet on Michigan’s money line against TCU instead.

A $5 wager returns $150 in free bets,

and all new customers can claim this offer before the College Football Playoffs begin at the end of the month.

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