College Football Playoff Updated Odds: Ohio State, LSU, Clemson, Georgia Remain in Top Four

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With week 13 of college football in the books, new sets of rankings and betting odds have been released for the College Football Playoff National Championship.

One of the biggest changes is shown in the College Football Playoff rankings with Ohio State moving ahead of LSU to overtake the No. 1 spot. Clemson and Georgia remain in spots three and four with Alabama sitting on the edge at number five.

In the AP Poll rankings, the three undefeated teams, LSU, Ohio State and Clemson, remain in the top three but the difference from the CFP rankings is that LSU sits atop at No. 1.

The updated betting odds for each team's chances to win the CFP national championship are listed below.

Ohio State Buckeyes

The Buckeyes moved into the top spot in the CFP rankings, which could be in part from their win against the previously No. 4 ranked Penn State Nittany Lions. Led by two Heisman favorites, Justin Fields and Chase Young, Ohio State has one of their toughest matchups against Michigan on this Saturday.

Fanduel gives the Buckeyes +175 odds, the second favorite behind Clemson, but unchanged from last week's odds. DraftKings lists Ohio State at +225 and Bovada has them as the outright favorite with +165.

LSU Tigers

LSU saw the biggest change in rankings, moving down to No. 2 in the CFP rankings after spending two straight weeks in the top spot. Led by Heisman favorite Joe Burrow will look to prove the committee wrong and move up in rankings with their upcoming matchup against Texas A&M.

Despite their undefeated record and scoring 40 points or more in their past three games, sportsbooks do not give the favored odds to the Tigers to win the National Championship. Fanduel lists LSU at +450, while DraftKings and Bovada give them +250.

Clemson Tigers

Despite Clemson's No. 3 ranking, sportsbooks have Clemson as one of the favorites to win the championship. The Tigers did not play last week, but are set to face the South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday. Led by quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the defending national champions will look to add to their undefeated record and make their push for a higher ranking in both the AP and CFP.

Fanduel has Clemson listed as the outright favorite with +150 odds, while DraftKings has the Tigers tied for the favorite spot with Ohio State at +225. Bovada gives the Tigers lower odds at +300.

Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia is the only non-undefeated team placed in the Top Four in both the AP Poll and CFP rankings. Led by quarterback Jake Fromm, the Bulldogs are set to return to the SEC Championship game in Atlanta on December 7, and the team will try to redeem themselves and defeat LSU for the title after losing to Alabama in the same contest last year. First, Georgia's will face in-state rival Georgia Tech on Saturday.

Despite a Top Four ranking in both the AP and CFP, the Bulldogs have a big gap in odds compared to the three undefeated teams. Fanduel gives them +1000 odds, DraftKings gives the Bulldogs +1200 odds and they are listed at +800 on Bovada.