The Crimson Tide are the favorites (+265) to win the 2017-18 NCAA Championship. Nick Saban’s team also is the most likely playoff participant, has the highest win total in college football and has three players with Heisman odds. Bama is good, so good in fact that 5Dimes has listed props for the upcoming season. Here are the 10 best Alabama prop bets for the 2017 season.
Wins all SEC games and SEC Championship
- Yes: +235
- No: -315
Alabama went undefeated in all SEC games last year and didn’t lose until the National Championship game.
Wins National Championship with following record
- 15-0: +525
- 14-1: +700
- 13-1: +1150
An undefeated season seems impossible but the Tide were one second away from accomplishing the feat last year.
Reach College Football Playoff championship game
- Yes: +110
- No: -150
Bama is three for three on making the playoff and has reached the title game in each of the last two years.
Loses in College Football Playoff semifinal game
- Yes: +320
- No: -460
The implied probability suggests there is an 82.1% chance that Alabama doesn’t get knocked out of the playoff early.
Wins 15 games all by 10+ points
- Yes: +3500
- No: -13500
Alabama’s average scoring margin last year was +25.8 points! Still the team played in three games decided by 10 points or less.
Exact Wins in regular season
- 11: +160
- 10: +240
- 9: +600
- 8: +2000
The odds imply the most likely result is a one-loss regular season.
Loses any game by 10+ points
- Yes: +325
- No: -475
The last time Bama lost by 10 or more points was to Oklahoma (45-31) in the 2014 Sugar Bowl.
Total games won by 14+ points
- Over/Under: 8.5
Number of games won by 14 or more points from 2016 to 2010: 12, 9, 6, 9, 11, 12, 8.
Wins 2018 and 2019 College Football Playoff Championship
- Yes: +775
- No: -1625
The last team to repeat as champions was Alabama in 2011 and 2012.
Wins every game played in 2017/18 and 2018/19
- Yes: +2000
- No: -6000
This is the most unlikely prop bet to win. At -6000 odds, there is a 98.4% chance that Bama doesn’t win every game they play in the next two years.
2017 College Football Season
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