- The Washington Huskies and Michigan Wolverines will play in the National Championship.
- There are college betting restrictions in Washington with regulated betting sites.
- Bovada allows for betting on the Washington Huskies in Washington.
SEATTLE – The grandest stage of the college football season is set with a National Championship matchup between the #1 Michigan Wolverines and #2 Washington Huskies.
#1 Michigan Wolverines Vs. #2 Washington Huskies
- Moneyline: Michigan (-185) vs. Washington (+160)
- Spread: Michigan -4 (-110)
- Total: 56 Points
With these teams in the championship game, CFP betting sites were quick to offer odds, however, they were not quick to take any bets from Washington residents. That is because, in the state of Washington, there are restrictions that do not allow bettors to wager on in-state collegiate teams such as the Washington Huskies with the regulated betting sites.
Washington residents do have a way around that restriction though with licensed online sportsbooks such as Bovada that allow bettors from the Evergreen state to place bets on the Huskies and any other Washington based college team. Their odds are in line with what is found on any regulated sportsbook if not more profitable and they can be bet on all of the same lines.
Similar to betting on the Super Bowl in Washington, Bovada doesn’t hold anything back when offering odds. Other than game line odds for the championship, loads of player props for Michael Penix, Rome Odunze, Dillon Johnson and others will also be available.
Those in Washington who plan on betting on the Huskies using Bovada should also keep in mind the $250 bonus that comes along with the initial deposit made into the account.
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