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Clemson beat Alabama to win the national title this year.

Oddsmakers very high on Georgia as a 2019 national championship contender

With this year’s college football season come and gone, the Westgate Sportsbook has released national championship odds for next season. Clemson is the favorite after destroying Alabama 44-16 in the national champion

The Bulldogs are tied for the third best odds at 12-1. Ohio State, which added now-former Georgia quarterback Justin Fields to its roster, also has 12-1 odds, and is just ahead of Michigan at 14-1 odds. Oklahoma is the only other team that has odds better than 20-1, as the Sooners come in with 15-1 odds.

As far as Georgia’s 2019 opponents, both Florida and Notre Dame have 25-1 odds. The Bulldogs take on Notre Dame in Athens on Sept. 21 and then play Florida in Jacksonville, Fla., on Nov. 2. Auburn comes in at 50-1 odds to win the national title and Texas A&M is at 80-1. Those are the only Georgia opponents with odds better than 100-1.

Related: Georgia football 2019 schedule

Below, you can see a full list of teams with odds better than 50-1.

2019/2020 National Championship Odds

Clemson 9-5
Alabama 5-2
Ohio State 12-1
Georgia 12-1
Michigan 14-1
Oklahoma 15-1
Texas 20-1
Nebraska 25-1
Washington 25-1
Florida 25-1
Notre Dame 25-1
Oregon 30-1
Wisconsin 50-1
LSU 50-1
Mississippi State 50-1
Auburn 50-1

Bet Online also released its early odds for next year’s national championship. Clemson again was the favorite, while Georgia also had 12/1 odds, which was tied for third.

2019/2020 National Championship Odds

Clemson                       2/1
Alabama                       5/2
Georgia                        12/1
Michigan                       12/1
Ohio State                    12/1
Oklahoma                     14/1
Florida                          25/1
Nebraska                      25/1
Notre Dame                  25/1
Texas                           25/1
Washington                   25/1
Oregon                         33/1
Auburn                          50/1
LSU                              50/1
Mississippi State           50/1
Wisconsin                     50/1
Iowa                             80/1
Miami FL                       80/1
Penn State                    80/1
Texas A&M                   80/1

Georgia opens its 2019 season against Vanderbilt on Aug. 31.

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