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College football Pac-12 playoff 2017 odds: Stanford 16 to 1, Oregon, UCLA & USC 33 to 1

Here are the current odds courtesy of Bovada.

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Stanford Cardinal, 16 to 1: Despite losing a lot of talent, Stanford is currently the favorites to represent the Pac-12 in next year's playoff.  Christian McCaffrey goes a long way here.

Oregon Ducks, 33 to 1: Oregon was a very mediocre team last year without Vernon Adams, and Adams is gone with no immediate answers at quarterback.

UCLA Bruins, 33 to 1: Pretty low odds for a Bruin team stacked with talent. UCLA has a lot of good players and if they put it together they can go on a run. Still, hard to trust a UCLA team that continually blows the Pac-12 South.

USC Trojans, 33 to 1: If Max Browne is ready to go, sky's the limit for USC. The Trojans have a lot of returning offensive talent and can make the leap with good defensive skills.

Washington Huskies, 50 to 1: How about the Huskies? UW's defense is going to terrorize the conference; they just need the offense to come together. Nice little sleeper bet to win the Pac-12 North when those odds come available.

Utah Utes, 66 to 1: Utah is replacing a lot of key talent, particularly offensively and defensively. But their line talent will be enough to keep them competitive in the Pac-12.

Arizona St. Sun Devils, 75 to 1: ASU is losing many seniors. The good news is they have a lot of blue-chip recruits on both sides to replace the guys who are leaving. Is this the year the Sun Devils make the leap?

Washington St. Cougars, 100 to 1: Wazzu fans are very perky after a solid 2015 season, and their playoff odds are really low if you want to roll with the Pirate.

Arizona Wildcats & California Golden Bears, 200 to 1: Arizona has to rebuild their defense, Cal has to rebuild their offense. Lots of things to go.