According to Bovada, the 'Dawgs have a 33 to 1 chance of winning it all in 2016. That may sound like a long shot, but it actually ties the Red and Black for 14th best odds in the country.
Not surprisingly, Alabama has the best chance, at 6/1, followed by Clemson (7/1), Michigan (9/1), and Oklahoma and Ohio State tied at 10/1. Tennessee comes in at 12/1, Baylor and LSU tie at 14/1, and Notre Dame sits at 16/1. FSU and Stanford each get the nation's tenth-best odds, at 18/1. Ole Miss comes it at 20/1 and Michigan State is 25/1.
Georgia is tied for the 14th spot with several teams, including Oregon, TCU, USC, UCLA and Auburn. The lowest-ranked teams on the board are Missouri, Northwestern and NC State, all at 300 to 1.