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USC Trojans 18/1 championship odds, Oregon Ducks 22/1, UCLA Bruins 28/1

Let's take a look at the three top Pac-12 contenders.

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Here are the latest national championship odds from Bovada.

USC Trojans 18 to 1 odds: USC has climbed up the boards to once again reclaim their place as the primary threat to win the Pac-12. Behind quarterback Cody Kessler and up-and-coming coach Steve Sarkisian. USC has a whole boatload of talent available for them to deploy next season.

Oregon Ducks 22 to 1 odds: Oregon has fallen back with the departure of Marcus Mariota and several other key players, but they are still likely to be the big favorites to win the North.

UCLA Bruins 28 to 1 odds: UCLA will also have to recover from losing their starting quarterback, but they are quietly lurking as a potential sleeper candidate for next year. But they are returning a lot of talent, particularly on the defensive side of the football.

Stanford Cardinal 33 to 1 odds: Stanford will have to find a way to generate offense, but their salty defense will be in the way. The Cardinal will be in the competition if their defense can keep points off the board, but it's a long road back.

Arizona St. Sun Devils 66 to 1 odds: ASU has some work to do this season, but they do have a little bounce in their step. Arizona State has some great potential if they can take advantage of their schedule.

Arizona Wildcats, Utah Utes and Washington Huskies tied at 100 to 1 odds: All of these teams are pretty much in the dark, but it's surprising how low Arizona is after winning the Pac-12 South.