Clemson installed as betting favorite for 2020 title

Clemson took a bow Monday night after stomping Alabama and claiming a second national title in three years. The Tigers also earned another title Monday: favorites for the 2019 season.

The Tigers are ahead of the Crimson Tide and Ohio State in odds released for the 2020 College Football Playoff national championship released Monday night.

Georgia, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas, Nebraska and Washington are next in line based on odds created by Westgate SuperBook.

A rundown of 2020 national championship odds:

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Auburn 50/1

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Mississippi State 50/1

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LSU 50/1

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Wisconsin 50/1

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Oregon 30/1

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Notre Dame 25/1

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Florida 25/1

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Washington 25/1

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Nebraska 25/1

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Texas 20/1

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Oklahoma 15/1

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Michigan 14/1

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Georgia 12/1

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Ohio State 12/1

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Alabama 5/2

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Clemson 9/5

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At the conclusion of the 2019 season, next year's championship game will be held on Jan. 13, 2020, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.

Prior to Monday's game, SuperBook made Alabama the favorite for next season but shifted after Clemson claimed the championship.

--Field Level Media

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