Alabama joins Florida State as co-favorites in updated playoff odds

By Chip Patterson | College Football/Basketball Writer

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Florida State was named the favorite to repeat as national champions in Bovada's early 2015 title odds released in January, and they still sit on the top of the board in the updated odds list released on Tuesday.

Alabama has shorter odds in the updated list, making them co-favorites with the Seminoles to win the first College Football Playoff. The updated list shows the changes in the experts (and the public's) view of each team after spring practice, offseason workouts and, if applicable, any major injuries or transfers.

Stanford has significantly longer odds, dropping from 9/1 to 33/1. Oklahoma , the Big 12 favorite, has seen its odds shorten from 20/1 to 9/1. UCLA , Georgia and LSU have all crept up into the Top 10 of the list, rounding out the "next best options" in the Pac-12 and SEC.

Full list of current odds, compared with the original board, via @BovadaLV:

Alabama (13/2 to 11/2)

Florida State (11/2 to 11/2)

Oregon (12/1 to 7/1)

Oklahoma (20/1 to 9/1)

Auburn (14/1 to 10/1)

Ohio State (10/1 to 12/1)

UCLA (25/1 to 14/1)

Georgia (25/1 to 18/1)

LSU (25/1 to 20/1)

Michigan State (20/1 to 25/1)

USC (33/1 to 25/1)

Baylor (25/1 to 28/1)

Florida (25/1 to 33/1)

South Carolina (25/1 to 33/1)

Stanford (9/1 to 33/1)

Wisconsin (40/1 to 33/1)

Mississippi (66/1 to 40/1)

Michigan (50/1 to 50/1)

Notre Dame (33/1 to 50/1)

Texas (50/1 to 50/1)

Clemson (25/1 to 66/1)

Missouri (40/1 to 66/1)

Nebraska (50/1 to 66/1)

Texas A&M (25/1 to 66/1)

Arizona (100/1 to 100/1)

Arizona State (66/1 to 100/1)

Iowa (40/1 to 100/1)

Kansas State (100/1 to 100/1)

Louisville (50/1 to 100/1)

Miami (50/1 to 100/1)

North Carolina (50/1 to 100/1)

Washington (66/1 to 100/1)

BYU (100/1 to 150/1)

Mississippi State (100/1 to 150/1)

Oklahoma State (40/1 to 150/1)

Tennessee (100/1 to 150/1)

Virginia Tech (100/1 to 150/1)

TCU (100/1 to 200/1)

Texas Tech (Off the Board to 200/1)

Cincinnati (100/1 to 250/1)

Arkansas (100/1 to 300/1)

Boise State (100/1 to 300/1)

West Virginia (100/1 to 300/1)

Boston College (100/1 to 500/1)

Georgia Tech (100/1 to 500/1)

Oregon State (66/1 to 500/1)

Pittsburgh (100/1 to 500/1)

South Florida (100/1 to 500/1)

UCF (Off the Board to 500/1)

California (100/1 to 1000/1)

Rutgers (100/1 to 1000/1)

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