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Alabama, Florida State Favorites To Win College Football Championship

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Quarterback Jameis Winston (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Quarterback Jameis Winston (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Alabama will be starting the 2014 season with a new face at quarterback. Florida State is returning a Heisman Trophy winner.

Nevertheless, the two schools are identical favorites to win the 2014-15 College Football FBS Championship at 11/2, according to Bovada.

Jacob Coker, who transferred to Alabama prior to the season from Florida State, will get the starting nod for the Crimson Tide. New QB and all, oddsmakers understand what head coach Nick Saban has built at Alabama — and are giving them the familiar label as title favorites.

Jameis Winston returns to lead the defending national champion Seminoles, and will look to become just the second athlete to win multiple Hesiman trophies.

Oregon (7/1), Oklahoma (9/1), and Auburn (10/1) round out the top five.

The Big 12 is also represented on the list by Baylor (28/1), Texas (50/1), Kansas State (100/1), Oklahoma State (150/1), TCU (200/1), and Texas Tech (200/1).

Odds to win the 2014-2015 College Football FBS Championship

Alabama 11/2
Florida State 11/2
Oregon 7/1
Oklahoma 9/1
Auburn 10/1
Ohio State 12/1
UCLA 14/1
Georgia 18/1
LSU 20/1
Michigan State 25/1
USC 25/1
Baylor 28/1
Florida 33/1
South Carolina 33/1
Stanford 33/1
Wisconsin 33/1
Mississippi 40/1
Michigan 50/1
Notre Dame 50/1
Texas 50/1
Clemson 66/1
Missouri 66/1
Nebraska 66/1
Texas A&M 66/1
Arizona 100/1
Arizona State 100/1
Iowa 100/1
Kansas State 100/1
Louisville 100/1
Miami 100/1
North Carolina 100/1
Washington 100/1
BYU 150/1
Mississippi State 150/1
Oklahoma State 150/1
Tennessee 150/1
Virginia Tech 150/1
TCU 200/1
Texas Tech 200/1
Cincinnati 250/1
Arkansas 300/1
Boise State 300/1
West Virginia 300/1
Boston College 500/1
Georgia Tech 500/1
Oregon State 500/1
Pittsburgh 500/1
South Florida 500/1
UCF 500/1
California 1000/1
Rutgers 1000/1

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