Alabama remains the early favorite to repeat as national champions for the 2016 season based on Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook odds, according to ESPN's Brett McMurphy.
The Crimson Tide hold 5-1 odds despite losing Heisman Trophy winning running back Derrick Henry to the NFL.
Clemson, Michigan and Oklahoma hold 7-1 odds, with Ohio State at 8-1.
Baylor's title odds plunged from 15-1 to 60-1 following the firing of head coach Art Briles in the wake of the program's sexual assault scandal. Briles was fired May 26 after a Pepper Hamilton report outlined the extent of the mishandling of sexual assault allegations that occurred under the coach's watch.
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In addition to being among the title favorites, Clemson has the Heisman favorite in quarterback Deshaun Watson, who has 9-2 odds to take home the award. LSU running back Leonard Fournette and Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey are close behind with 5-1 odds.