The Clemson Tigers finished off the college football season with a memorable and resounding 44-16 thumping of Alabama in Monday's title game.
With quarterback Trevor Lawrence and many other stars returning, it's no surprise the Tigers are early favorites to repeat as champions next year.
Sportsbook Betonline.ag already has released a live wagering menu for next season's winner of the College Football Playoff Championship, with the Tigers leading the way at 2/1 odds.
Here is a look at the best early values along with a listing of the college football future odds:
Alabama, 5/2: Just about anytime you can get the Crimson Tide at better than even money, it has to be considered a value position. At odds approaching 3/1, this qualifies as a massive overlay. Alabama and Clemson have now alternated winning the last four titles. If this trend holds up, it's Alabama's turn again next year. Tua Tagovailoa and plenty of playmakers will be back for the Crimson Tide. It also goes without saying they will be on a mission to reclaim the top spot following the most embarrassing performance on a big stage they've had under coach Nick Saban.
Georgia, 12/1: Speaking of ample motivation combined with plenty of talent, the Bulldogs were reeling when they were left out of the playoffs following a late-game collapse against Alabama in the SEC title game. They were then clobbered by Texas in the Sugar Bowl. Georgia will be on a mission to prove it belongs in the elite echelon of college football programs with another playoff berth. Jake Fromm and a strong returning cast should give Georgia a shot.
Ohio State, 12/1: It will be interesting to see how the Buckeyes look in the post-Urban Meyer era and there's little doubt new coach Ryan Day will have plenty of star power to work with. Even with quarterback Dwayne Haskins headed to the NFL, they have numerous highly rated prospects waiting in the wings. The supporting cast includes a potential Heisman candidate in explosive running back J.K. Dobbins.
Texas, 25/1: The Longhorns made great strides in their second season under Tom Herman, with upset wins against Oklahoma and Georgia to prove they are on their way to restoring a much-coveted status among elite programs. Sam Ehlinger has proven to be a fearless, big-game playmaker the Longhorns can rely on in the clutch. Texas will have to avoid the letdown spots it has been susceptible to the past two seasons, but it should still be a favorite to win the Big 12 and perhaps compete for a playoff spot.
Odds courtesy of BetOnline.ag, here is the menu of college football future odds to win the 2020 CFP title:
Ohio State, 12/1
Notre Dame, 25/1
Mississippi State, 50/1