Now that the college football season is officially over, we can turn our attention to 2020 NFL Draft odds. To no one's surprise, Joe Burrow is a giant favorite at -3000 to be the first name called on April 23 in Las Vegas. The LSU quarterback just put up some of the greatest numbers in a college football season, leading his team to a national championship.
LSU senior Joe Burrow had a season for the ages. He tossed an NCAA-record 60 touchdown passes, including five in the College Football Playoff National Championship, and led the Tigers to their first national title since 2007. The Ohio native also won the Heisman Trophy by a record margin. His achievements got us thinking about the greatest college quarterbacks of all time.
This College Football Playoff National Championship is tonight, but we're not here to talk about who will win, who will cover, or even how many points will be scored. This is all about the props! We've identified three of the tastiest prop bets, along with some betting advice.
The College Football Playoff National Championship is upon us, and as one might expect when the two best teams in the country face off, the field will be littered with tremendous talent. All-Americans and future NFL professionals reside on each roster. Let’s take a look at the three players who have the most to gain from an outstanding performance.
Everyone knows if Clemson is to win the College Football Playoff National Championship tonight, Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne will be key players in the matchup against the LSU Tigers. While those two players have rightly grabbed the headlines, it is their defense that will likely need to step up big if they are to bring another title home.
LSU's season has been a story meant for Hollywood. So what could go wrong in the College Football Playoff National Championship?
If you’re anybody but an Alabama fan, the College Football Playoff National Championship is about as entertaining of a matchup as you could ask for. LSU and Clemson both roll into the game unbeaten on the season, with a shot at going 15-0 on the line for both programs. Both starting quarterbacks are already legends in the history of the sport.
Friday’s Idaho Potato Bowl match-up between the Ohio Bobcats and Nevada Wolfpack features two teams with similar records, but that seemingly couldn’t be much further apart in how they play. Ohio enters the contest with the 20th-ranked scoring attack in the nation, averaging nearly 35 points per game, on the back of an offense that averages more than 215 yards per game both through the air and on the ground.
After a flurry of college football bowls and the first round of the NFL playoffs, Monday, January 6 will bring us the LendingTree Bowl between the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns and the Miami-Ohio RedHawks.
College football's bowl season continues January 2, when Boston College and Cincinnati face off in the Birmingham Bowl at Legion Field Stadium in Birmingham, Alabama.