Louisville Now A 100/1 Shot To Win The National Championship

Bovada, which began the season by pegging Louisville as a 150/1 shot to win the BCS national championship, has updated those odds to reflect the necessary changes after three weeks and now has the Cards at 100/1.

I'd say that's worthy of a ten dollar bet.

Also of note is the fact that Big East brethren Cincinnati is a 75/1 shot. I'm not sure if this is because Vegas thinks the Bearcats are better than the Cards or because UC's schedule is tougher, but either way it's fairly surprising.

Anyway, here are the complete odds:

Odds to win the 2012-2013 BCS National Championship

Alabama 19/10

LSU 7/2

Florida State 8/1

Oregon 9/1

Georgia 11/1

USC 12/1

Oklahoma 15/1

West Virginia 20/1

Notre Dame 25/1

Stanford 25/1

South Carolina 28/1

Texas 30/1

Florida 30/1

Clemson 40/1

TCU 60/1

Cincinnati 75/1

Mississippi State 75/1

Michigan 80/1

Kansas State 100/1

Michigan State 100/1

Nebraska 100/1

Oklahoma State 100/1

Oregon State 100/1

Louisville 100/1

Arizona 100/1

Wisconsin 125/1

Virginia Tech 150/1

BYU 150/1

UCLA 200/1

Missouri 300/1

Tennessee 300/1

Arkansas 500/1

Boise State 500/1

Georgia Tech 500/1

Miami (Florida) 500/1

Texas A&M 500/1

Bovada also updated its Heisman Trophy odds, but Teddy Bridgewater was still not among the players listed. West Virginia's Geno Smith is currently pegged as the Heisman favorite with 5/2 odds.

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