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Louisville's odds to win 2017 football playoff title? Better than Powerball, but still long

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — The betting website Bovada.lv has issued its early odds for next season's college football national championship, and the names at the top look very familiar.

Alabama, which just defeated Clemson for the title, is the favorite to repeat at 7-1, with Clemson the No. 2 choice at 7.5-1.

A group of teams that includes Baylor, Michigan, Ohio State is next at 12-1.

The University of Louisville is in what roughly could be called the sixth grouping of teams, at 50-1.

No odds were issued for Indiana, Kentucky or Western Kentucky.

Odds to Win the 2017 CFP National Championship

Alabama 7/1
Clemson 15/2
Baylor 12/1
Michigan 12/1
Ohio State 12/1
LSU 14/1
Notre Dame 14/1
Oklahoma 14/1
Stanford 14/1
Florida State 16/1
Mississippi 22/1
Oregon 22/1
Tennessee 22/1
Florida 33/1
Georgia 33/1
Houston 33/1
Iowa 33/1
Michigan State 33/1
TCU 33/1
USC 33/1
UCLA 40/1
Wisconsin 50/1
Arkansas 50/1
Auburn 50/1
Louisville 50/1
Nebraska 50/1
North Carolina 50/1
Oklahoma State 50/1
Texas A&M 50/1
Miami Florida 66/1
South Carolina 66/1
Washington 66/1
Utah 66/1
Washington State 66/1
Texas 75/1
Virginia Tech 75/1
West Virginia 75/1
Arizona 100/1
Arizona State 100/1
BYU 100/1
Boise State 100/1
California 100/1
Georgia Tech 100/1
Maryland 100/1
Mississippi State 100/1
Missouri 100/1
NC State 100/1
Northwestern 100/1
Penn State 100/1

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