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UGA Football Preseason Prediction 2016

UGA Football Preseason Prediction

UGA football predictions are always fun to read.  Even if they are in January.

Here’s the disclaimer:  pre-season college football polls don’t mean a whole lot.  Particularly ones that are out eight months before the season starts.

The numbers that casinos put out are interesting, though.  At least they are putting their money on the line to back their predictions on what will be the best college football teams in the upcoming season.

Bovada, a noted sports book, has their odds on winning the national championship available.

Mark Richt was fired and Kirby Smart hired, but Bovada evidently is not overly excited about the change.  The Dawgs are predicted to have the 15th best chance in the nation to win the national championship next season.  About what we have come to expect for UGA football.

Here’s Bovada’s odds for the 2016 season:

  • Alabama*                      7/1
  • Clemson**                    15/2
  • Baylor                           12/1
  • Michigan                      12/1
  • Ohio State                   12/1
  • LSU*                            14/1
  • Notre Dame                14/1
  • Oklahoma                   14/1
  • Stanford                     14/1
  • Florida State**          16/1
  • Mississippi*               22/1
  • Oregon                       22/1
  • Tennessee*                22/1
  • Florida*                     33/1
  • Georgia*                   33/1
  • Houston                    33/1
  • Iowa                          33/1
  • Michigan State        33/1
  • TCU                          33/1
  • USC                          33/1
  • UCLA                       40/1
  • Wisconsin               50/1
  • Arkansas*              50/1
  • Auburn*                 50/1
  • Louisville**            50/1
  • Nebraska                50/1
  • North Carolina**   50/1
  • Oklahoma State     50/1
  • Texas A&M*          50/1
  • Miami**                  66/1
  • South Carolina*      66/1
  • Washington            66/1
  • Utah                         66/1
  • Washington State  66/1
  • Texas                       75/1
  • Virginia Tech**      75/1
  • West Virginia         75/1
  • Arizona                   100/1
  • Arizona State         100/1
  • BYU                        100/1
  • Boise State             100/1
  • California               100/1
  • Georgia Tech**      100/1
  • Maryland                100/1
  • Mississippi State*  100/1
  • Missouri*                 100/1
  • NC State                  100/1
  • Northwestern          100/1
  • Penn State               100/1

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