Georgia opened the year with a 25% chance to win a national championship according to ESPN's FPI. They were behind programs like Alabama, Clemson, and Ohio State on the title odds, and after a (4-0) start, things have changed quite a bit.
Georgia is through one-third of the regular season and they've outscored opponents 166 to 23, an average of 36.2 points per game — the highest in the sport.
That early-season domination has seen their title odds drastically increase from the start of the season as well. Georgia now has a 50% chance to win the SEC Title according to ESPN's FPI, an 84.7% chance to make the playoffs, and a 36.4% chance to win the national championship.
Georgia is the odds on favorite to win a national title this season, ahead of even Alabama. The FPI sees college football as a two-team race this season, and that's clear based on their national title odds.
Chances to win the National Championship:
- Georgia - 36.4%
- Alabama - 34.3%
- Oklahoma - 8.8%
- Michagan - 3.9%
- Ohio State - 3.7%
- Notre Dame - 2.0%
- Oregon - 2.0%
- Florida - 1.9%
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