Jalen Hurts Transfer To Oklahoma Moves College Football Betting Futures

Posted By Chops on January 17, 2019 - Last Updated on April 14, 2019
College Football Betting Oklahoma

Two college football powerhouses picked up quarterback transfers from two even bigger (SEC) powerhouses.

One shifted betting futures markets; one didn’t.

Justin Fields bailed on Georgia for Ohio State. Fields was the No. 1 QB prospect in the 2018 class but opted to avoid the grind of SEC defenses for the friendlier confines of the Big 10.

Ohio State remained at +1,400 odds to the win the 2019-20 National Championship at FanDuel Sportsbook.

Jalen Hurts, who won a national championship for Alabama as a starter and a second — well, technically as a starter before being benched for Tua Tagovailoa — has now transferred to Oklahoma.

Upon news of the Hurts’ transfer, FanDuel moved Oklahoma’s futures from +2,000 to +1,400. The number dropped back to +1,600 as of Thursday morning.

That’s a sizable jump considering it’s still not 100 percent certain that Hurts will be eligible to start this coming year.

Hurts’ former team, Alabama, remains the national title favorite at +200. Defending champ Clemson sits at +250. Fields’ former team, Georgia, is the third favorite at +750.

Two interesting value plays going into the season include Michigan (+2,000) and Florida (+3,500). If you enjoy lighting money on fire, bet on any PAC-12 team.

College Football National Championship Odds 2019-20

(Odds updated 1/17/19)

TeamDraftKingsFanDuelWestgate LV
Clemson+200+175+200
Alabama+200+220+250
Ohio State+700+1200+1000
Georgia+800+800+700
Oklahoma+1200+1600+1400
Michigan+1600+1700+1400
Texas+2500+3400+2500
LSU+2500+5000+2500
Florida+2500+3500+4000
Auburn+2800+6500+6000
Notre Dame+3300+5000+3000
Penn State+4000+5000+10000
Washington+5000+6500+3000
Oregon+5000+5000+3000
Mississippi State+5000+10000+10000
Texas A&M+5000+16000+4000
Michigan State+5000+6500+20000
Miami (FL)+5000+5000+8000
Central Florida+5000+25000+50000
Wisconsin+8000+5000+8000
North Carolina State+8000+16000+50000
Nebraska+8000+8000+4000
Oklahoma State+8000+10000+20000
Washington State+8000+12000+20000
Stanford+10000+6500+20000
TCU+10000+16000+20000
Utah+10000+16000+8000
Florida State+10000+8000+10000
Syracuse+10000+23000+20000
USC+10000+12000+8000
West Virginia+10000+5000+30000
Tennessee+10000+12000+30000
Utah State+10000+25000+50000
Virginia Tech+12500+16000+10000
Iowa+15000+16000+10000
Northwestern+15000+10000+20000
Texas Tech+15000+25000+30000
Iowa State+15000+16000+20000
South Carolina+15000+16000+30000
UCLA+15000+23000+20000
Boise State+15000+25000+50000
Wake Forest+15000+25000+200000
Virginia+15000+16000+50000
California+15000+25000+30000
Georgia Tech+15000+23000+100000
North Carolina+15000+25000+200000
Ole Miss+15000+25000+100000
Maryland+15000+25000+100000
Boston College+15000+23000+50000
Baylor+15000+23000+20000
Pittsburgh+20000+25000+100000
Kentucky+20000+19000+100000
Purdue+20000+10000+20000
Arizona+25000+23000+20000
Arizona State+25000+23000+30000
Missouri+25000+23000+30000
Louisville+25000+25000+50000
UNLV+25000+25000+1000000
BYU+25000+25000+50000
Vanderbilt+25000+25000+500000
Houston+50000+25000+50000
Fresno State+50000+23000+50000
Kansas State+50000+25000+50000
Kansas+50000+25000+50000
Duke+50000+25000+100000
Minnesota+50000+23000+100000
Colorado+50000+25000+100000
San Diego State+50000+25000+500000
Nevada+50000+25000+1000000
Indiana+100000+25000+200000
Illinois+100000+25000+1000000
Oregon State+100000+25000+1000000
Arkansas+100000+25000+100000
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