College football odds: Alabama, Washington, Wisconsin conference title favorites
The Alabama Crimson Tide are 16-0 straight up and 10-6 against the spread in their last 16 games against SEC opponents. The Crimson Tide will be one of many teams trying to win a conference championship this Saturday when they meet the Florida Gators at the Georgia Dome in the SEC Championship Game.
Alabama is a 24-point favorite on the college football point spreads to win the SEC title at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. With a 30-12 win over the Auburn Tigers in the Iron Bowl last Saturday, the Crimson Tide wrapped up a 12-0 SU regular season with another outstanding effort on defense.
The Crimson Tide are 8-2 ATS in their last 10 games against Florida and 5-0 SU in their last five games in this head-to-head series.
The Washington Huskies made an impressive statement with a 45-17 win over the Washington State Cougars last Saturday, and they'll look to make their case for a playoff spot even stronger this Friday night in the Pac-12 Championship Game against Colorado.
Colorado is 6-0 SU and 4-2 ATS over its last six games and is going off as a 7.5-point underdog in Friday's game at Levi's Stadium. Washington has won and covered the spread in each of its last six games against the Buffaloes.
With matching records of 10-2 SU, the Penn State Nittany Lions and the Wisconsin Badgers clash in the Big Ten Championship Game this Saturday. Should Washington or Clemson get upset this week, the winner of this game will be in a strong position to make the College Football Playoff as the Big Ten champion.
Penn State is 4-1 SU and ATS in its last five games against Wisconsin per the OddsShark College Football Database. The Badgers are 1.5-point favorites for Saturday's game.
And while it isn't technically a championship game, the Oklahoma Sooners will host the Oklahoma State Cowboys in a de facto Big 12 title game on Saturday.
Oklahoma State is 8-1 SU and 7-2 ATS in its last nine games on the road against conference opponents. That stretch includes a 38-35 upset win over Oklahoma as a 19.5-point underdog back in 2014. The Cowboys are an 11.5-point underdog this time around.