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SO THERE'S A CHANCE? IOWA GIVEN 100/1 ODDS TO WIN 2016 COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF

Vegas, baby.

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The 2014-15 college football season is done and dusted, which means it's naturally time to start thinking about the 2015-16 college football season.  Fortunately, our friends at Bovada (www.Bovada.lv@BovadaLV) already have odds up.  Some people might say that it's way too early to do that, considering that we don't know which key players might enter the NFL Draft or who's going to clean up in recruiting over the next month (SPOILER: The usual suspects... and I'm not talking about Keyser Soze), but those people can shove it with their "rational thinking" and "measured approach to life."  The rest of us are free to indulge in the occasional flight of fancy.

Odds to win the 2015-2016 College Football FBS Championship
Ohio State 6/1
TCU 15/2
Alabama 10/1
Auburn 14/1
Oregon 14/1
Florida State 16/1
LSU 16/1
Michigan State 16/1
Baylor 16/1
Notre Dame 20/1
USC 20/1
Mississippi State 25/1
Oklahoma 25/1
Boise State 33/1
Clemson 33/1
Florida 33/1
Georgia 33/1
Stanford 33/1
Texas A&M 33/1
UCLA 33/1
Wisconsin 33/1
Mississippi 33/1
Arizona 40/1
Arizona State 40/1
Arkansas 50/1
Georgia Tech 50/1
Kansas State 50/1
Louisville 50/1
Missouri 50/1
Nebraska 50/1
Oklahoma State 50/1
South Carolina 50/1
Texas 50/1
Tennessee 66/1
Utah 66/1
Miami 75/1
Michigan 75/1
Washington 75/1
West Virginia 75/1
Penn State 75/1
BYU 100/1
California 100/1
Cincinnati 100/1
Iowa 100/1
North Carolina 100/1
Oregon State 100/1
Pittsburgh 100/1
Rutgers 100/1
Virginia Tech 100/1
Marshall 100/1
Maryland 100/1
Duke 100/1
Boston College 200/1
South Florida 200/1
Northwestern 200/1
UCF 200/1
Texas Tech 200/1

Texas-sized hat-tip to the good folks at Good Bull Hunting for their help with the HTML.

100/1 odds for the Hawkeyes, eh?  So you're saying there's a shot, Vegas?  Or are you just eager to separate Iowa fans from their lucre?  (Wait, don't answer that.)

What do you think?  About Iowa or, if you'd prefer not to think about Iowa football at the moment, the odds for the other team?