Major Changes in College Football: Pac-12 Dissolves, Playoff Expands to 12 Teams, and More!

Major Changes in College Football: Pac-12 Dissolves, Playoff Expands to 12 Teams, and More!

The college football landscape is undergoing significant changes this season, with the Pac-12 dissolving and conference realignment altering the Power Five to the Power Four.

Key moves include Texas and Oklahoma joining the Southeastern Conference, Nick Saban retiring as Alabama coach, and Jim Harbaugh leaving Michigan to coach the Los Angeles Chargers.

One of the notable changes is the expansion of the College Football Playoff from four teams to 12, with the top four teams receiving a first-round bye to the quarterfinals.

Georgia is the favorite to win its third national title in four years, followed by Ohio State as the second choice.

Texas and Oregon are also top contenders in the national championship race.

The Heisman Trophy race features co-favorites Quinn Ewers of Texas and Carson Beck of Georgia, along with Dillon Gabriel of Oregon.

Other teams like Alabama, Louisiana State, and Mississippi are also in the mix for the national title.

For the 12-team playoff format, Georgia and Ohio State are the co-favorites, with Notre Dame also having strong odds to make the playoff.

Group of Five teams like Liberty and Boise State are also in contention for a playoff spot.

The NFL season is approaching, with sportsbooks posting win totals and handicappers examining potential futures bets.

The PGA Championship features Jon Rahm as a top contender, according to VSiN host Wes Reynolds.

The Masters tournament is drawing interest from sharp bettors, and NFL draft props are also being wagered on.

Overall, the sports betting landscape is active and diverse, offering opportunities for fans and bettors alike.

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