UM 7-1 to win national title, behind only Alabama

The Detroit News
“It’s Michael Jordan. It’s not weird at all,” says Michigan tight end Jake Butt about wearing the Jordan Jumpman logo.

Michigan’s odds to win the national championship have improved to 7-1, second only to Alabama, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook.

The Wolverines’ opening odds in January were 15-1, behind five teams – Alabama, Oklahoma, Clemson, Ohio State and Baylor – and tied with four others.

Now, three teams are right behind the Wolverines at 8-1 – Oklahoma, Clemson and Ohio State.

The Crimson Tide have remained the 6-1 favorites.

Michigan State’s odds opened at 20-1 and have moved to 30-1.

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ODDS

Alabama, 6-1 open, 6-1 current

Michigan, 15-1, 7-1

Oklahoma, 7-1, 8-1

Clemson, 7-1, 8-1

Ohio State, 10-1, 8-1

Florida State, 15-1, 12-1

Baylor, 12-1, 15-1

Notre Dame, 15-1, 15-1

Tennessee, 15-1, 15-1

LSU, 15-1, 15-1

Michigan State, 20-1, 30-1

Ole Miss, 20-1, 30-1

Stanford, 20-1, 30-1

UCLA, 30-1, 30-1

Georgia, 30-1, 30-1

Auburn, 30-1, 30-1

Washington, 40-1, 40-1

Florida, 50-1, 40-1

USC, 60-1, 40-1

TCU, 30-1, 50-1

Oregon, 40-1, 50-1

Louisville, 60-1, 60-1

Oklahoma State, 40-1, 80-1

Houston, 100-1, 80-1

Utah, 60-1, 100-1