BetOnline Sportsbook first to release College Football Week One Odds

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BetOnline Sportsbook (SBR rating A) is the first sports betting website to release week one College Football odds.

The online sportsbook posted the slate of week one odds last night, along with sister site Sportsbetting.ag.

BetOnline also has a number of college football prop bets available, which SBR has posted in the college football prop bets directory.

A summary of these college football betting markets offered by BetOnline Sportsbook is embedded below.

The markets are all scheduled to be taken off the board on July 31, at which point there figures to be the most sizable line movement a month shy of the opening kickoff.

The first college football game of this year is the usual Thursday before Labor Day, September 3, which is also one week before the kickoff of the NFL season.

Conference to win the NCAAFB Championship
SEC +185
Big 10 +300
Big 12 +350
Pac 12 +450
ACC +1000
AAC +15000

Ohio State are +300 to repeat as college football champions. The Alabama Crimson Tide are on offer at +700. TCU are trading at +950. The full list of teams and their respective payoff is featured below:

Odds to Win the 2016 College Football Championship
 
Ohio State +300
TCU +950
Alabama +700
Baylor +2200
Oklahoma +3300
Oregon +2000
USC +1600
Florida State +1400
Georgia +2500
LSU +2500
Michigan State +2500
Notre Dame +2000
Auburn +1000
Clemson +2500
Stanford +5000
UCLA +2800
Mississippi +4000
Mississippi State +6600
Michigan +8000
Arkansas +3300
Texas +6600
Oklahoma State +8000
Georgia Tech +9000
Arizona State +6600
Arizona +10000
Florida +6600
Texas A&M +6600
Tennessee +6600
Wisconsin +6600
Missouri +10000
South Carolina +10000
Utah +10000
Kansas State +10000
Nebraska +10000
Penn State +10000
Louisville +10000
Virginia Tech +10000
Washington +20000
West Virginia +15000
Miami +10000
Washington State +20000
BYU +25000
Iowa +30000
Minnesota +30000
Texas Tech +20000
Cincinnati +20000
Northwestern +25000
South Florida +30000
Maryland +20000
North Carolina +30000
Boise State +25000
North Carolina State +30000
Pittsburgh +25000
Duke +30000
Rutgers +30000
California +35000
Oregon State +40000
Boston College +40000
Central Florida +50000
Marshall +30000

Trevone Boykin and Ezekiel Elliot are the two shortest priced players to win the 2015 Heisman trophy. Joshua Dobbs of the Tennessee Volunteers is the biggest long shot bet on the board, with a $100 wager returning $5,000 in profit.

Odds to Win the 2015 Heisman Trophy
 
Trevone Boykin (TCU) +650
Ezekiel Elliot (OSU) +650
Dak Prescott (MSST) +1200
Leonard Fournette (LSU) +1200
Nick Chubb (UGA) +1000
Paul Perkins (UCLA) +2000
Cody Kessler (USC) +900
Derrick Henry (BAMA) +1200
Samaje Perine (OKLA) +1400
Cardale Jones (OSU) +1400
Jeremy Johnson (AUB) +1800
Connor Cook (MSU) +2500
Joshua Dobbs (TEN) +5000
Anu Solomon (ASU) +4000
JT Barrett (OSU) +2500
Braxton Miller (OSU) +2200
Deshaun Watson (CLEM) +1400
Brad Kaaya (MIA) +5000
Corey Clement (WISC) +4000
DJ Foster (ASU) +4000
Royce Freeman (ORE) +2800
Everett Golson (FSU) +2000
Vernon Adams (ORE) +3300
Seth Russell (BAY) +3300
Josh Rosen (UCLA) +3300
James Connor (PITT) +3300

Oregon and USC are +275 and +225 respectively to win the Pac 12. Colorado are a whopping 300 to 1 to win the Pac 12.

Pac 12 Conference Champion
 
Oregon +275
USC +225
UCLA +450
Arizona +1200
Stanford +650
Arizona State +700
Utah +2000
California +3300
Washington +4000
Washington State +1000
Oregon State +10000
Colorado +30000

Alabama, Auburn, and Georgia are all closely priced to emerge as the winner of the highly competitive SEC conference. Kentucky are 80 to 1 lottery style bets, as are Vanderbilt with their 150 to 1 odds.

SEC Conference Champion
 
Alabama +250
Auburn +350
Georgia +550
Mississippi +800
LSU +900
Tennessee +900
Mississippi State +2000
Missouri +1600
Texas A&M +2000
Florida +2000
Arkansas +1200
South Carolina +2800
Kentucky +8000
Vanderbilt +15000

Ohio State are -375 favorites to win the Big 10. Michigan State Spartans are +600. Wisconsin Badgers are +1000. The biggest long shot on the board are Illinois at 100 to 1 and Purdue at 150 to 1.

Big 10 Conference Champion
 
Ohio State -375
Michigan State +600
Wisconsin +1000
Nebraska +1600
Minnesota +2500
Michigan +1800
Penn State +2500
Iowa +3300
Rutgers +15000
Maryland +10000
Northwestern +8000
Indiana +10000
Illinois +10000
Purdue +15000

It's a two horse race between Clemson and Florida State per BetOnline's odds of +250 and +240 respectively. Syracuse and Wake Forest are each priced at 100 to 1.

ACC Conference Champion
 
Clemson +250
Florida State +240
Georgia Tech +450
Louisville +850
Virginia Tech +800
North Carolina +2200
Duke +2000
North Carolina State +1600
Miami +1200
Pittsburgh +2500
Virginia +6600
Boston College +5000
Syracuse +10000
Wake Forest +10000

TCU and Baylor are atop the Big 12 betting market, whilst Kansas is the longest shot on the board at 100 to 1.

Big 12 Conference Champion
 
TCU +150
Baylor +275
Oklahoma +550
Oklahoma State +750
Texas +900
Kansas State +1200
West Virginia +1600
Texas Tech +2500
Iowa State +3300
Kansas +10000

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