Coronavirus (COVID-19) NCAAF Update – September 21st Edition

Coronavirus (COVID-19) NCAAF Update – September 21st Edition

News regarding the 2020 College Football Season came out last week that shook up National Championship odds. We dive deep into the news as well as discuss why Sep. 26 is the true start date for this college football season so you can start making your bets against their NCAAF odds.

NCAAF COVID-19 Update – September 21st Edition

2020 NCAAF Fall Season

  • When: Sep. 3 – Dec. 19

2021 College Football National Championship Odds

  • Clemson +250
  • Ohio State +250
  • Alabama +350
  • Georgia +1600
  • Florida +1600
  • Oklahoma +1800
  • Texas A&M +2500
  • Texas +2500
  • Penn State +3000
  • Notre Dame +4000
  • LSU +5000
  • Wisconsin +5000
  • Auburn +6000
  • Michigan +6000
  • Miami +10000
  • Oklahoma State +10000

Big Ten starts on Oct. 24

University Big Ten presidents huddled together last week and made the choice to start the 2020 Big Ten Football Season on Oct. 24. That’s a massive relief to everyone who loves college football. Immediately after the Big Ten’s announcement,  oddsmakers installed Ohio State as a co-choice to win the College Football National Championship.

Teams will play eight game, conference only, schedules. The Big Ten Championship happens on Dec. 19 at Lucas Oil Stadium. Ohio State and Wisconsin are the favorites to play in the title game.

Going back to the Buckeyes, no season may have happened if not for OSU quarterback Justin Fields. The Heisman Trophy candidate argued that the conference shouldn’t allow fear to dictate whether or not they play. 

The SEC and Big 12 decided to play football. That put the Big Ten in the doghouse with their coaches. How do you convince a top high school player to go to your school when you won’t even take into consideration that player’s wishes?

Justin Fields is a top five NFL Draft prospect. For the Big Ten to decide to ruin Fields’ NFL draft position without his input gave clear signal that they don’t care about players. 

College Football Playoff future handicappers side with Clemson, Buckeyes, and Bama

Clemson and Ohio State are co-choices at +250. Clemson has already played two games. The Tigers blew out Wake Forest 37-13. They dominated The Citadel 49-0.

On Oct. 3, Clemson takes on Virginia. On Oct. 10, they go against #12 Miami. Those two games will tell us more about Clemson. Three other games on the schedule could pose issues for the Tigers. Clemson faces #7 Notre Dame on Nov. 7. They finish the season with games against #21 Pittsburgh on Nov. 28 and #20 Virginia Tech on Dec. 5.

Alabama is third choice at +350. The Crimson Tide start their season on Sep. 26 against Missouri. Nick Saban’s squad plays against six Top 25 ranked teams during the regular season: #10 Texas A&M, #4 Georgia, #16 Tennessee, #6 LSU, #23 Kentucky, and #8 Auburn. If Alabama makes the CFP this season, they will have earned it.        

The real 2020 College Football Season starts Sep. 26

In addition to Alabama and Missouri starting up on Sep. 26, the rest of the Southeastern Conference gets it going as well on that day. On paper, the top matchup is #23 Kentucky versus #8 Auburn

But the most intriguing SEC game could be Mississippi State at #6 LSU. Tigers coach Ed Orgeron said most Louisiana State players had contracted the coronavirus. He believed most of his players were over it. Testing this week will prove it.

Not only that, but Mike Leach now coaches Mississippi State. Leach convinced former Stanford quarterback K.J. Costello to play in Starkville. Miss State could be this year’s surprise team. Make sure to check that game out on Saturday and see if Leach has done enough for the Bulldogs to challenge the current champs.

Have a great week!

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