2016 College Football Win Total Betting Odds

2016 College Football Win Total Betting Odds

Written by on June 1, 2016

With the latest college football lines for Over/Under win total odds offering collegiate gridiron gamblers across the globe the opportunity to make a multitude of potentially winning wagers right now, it’s time to strike pay dirt right now! That’s right collegiate gridiron gamers, thanks to the expert analysis and accompanying free picks that you’re about to get on a handful of 2016 season-long Over/Under futures odds, you’re going to have the chance to cash in long before the 2016 regular season ever gets underway. Okay, with that said, let’s get started.

A Look at the 2016 College Football Win Total Odds

Clemson (over -120)

Thanks to the return of elusive quarterback Deshaun Watson and underrated running back Wayne Gallman, the national champion runner-up Clemson Tigers look like absolute locks to win 11 games despite facing a pair of tough road dates at Auburn and Florida State. The Pick: Over 10 Wins

Alabama 9.5

The Crimson Tide won 14 games in 2015, the SEC West title and the national championship. Alabama gets a ton of talent every year, which will make replacing quarterback Jake Coker and Heisman Trophy wining running back Derrick Henry, but the Tide get a ton of elite high school talent every year and have a head coach in Nick Saban that knows how to win games with defense and power rushing if nothing else. Road games against Ole Miss, Tennessee and LSU will be challenging, but I still have the Tide winning at least 10 games in 2016. The Pick: Over 9.5 Wins

Florida State 10 (over -120)

Florida State went 10-3 last season, but lost elite defensive back Jalen Ramsey and quarterback Everett Golson. The ‘Noles also likely don’t have much confidence in injured former starter Sean Maguire, leaving redshirt freshman Deondre Francois as the team’s likely starter this coming season. The Seminoles have one of the most talented players in the country in Heisman Trophy contending running back Dalvin Cook, but have tough matchups against Ole Miss, Clemson and Florida. Maybe it’s me, but winning 11 games looks like a big stretch to me. Play the Under. The Pick: Under 10 Wins

Oklahoma 10 (under -130)

The Sooners have a daunting non-conference schedule with both Houston and Ohio State on the schedule, but they won 11 games in 2015 and have an elite quarterback in Baker Mayfield ad one of the nation’s most underrated running backs in junior Samaje Perine. It’s going to be close, but I like the Sooners to get to 11 wins with Baylor and TCU facing immense challenges this coming season. The Pick: Over 10 Wins

LSU 9.5 (over -140)

The Tigers have 18 starters back from last year’s nine-win team, including Heisman Trophy candidate Leonard Fournette, but I say the Tigers will go only as far as the passing of enigmatic quarterback Brandon Harris and need to replace their entire secondary. The good news is that the Tigers play Ole Miss and Alabama at home this season. The Pick: Over 9.5 Wins

Michigan 9.5 (over -120)

The Wolverines won 10 games in 2015 and look like they’ll get there again in Year 2 of the Jim Harbaugh Era despite losing starting quarterback Jake Rudock. Sure, Michigan has incredibly tough road dates at Ohio State and Michigan State, but they could run the table outside of those two contests. The Pick: Over 9.5 Wins Okay college football bettors, now that you’re well-armed with expert college football betting lines information for the upcoming 2016 NCAAF season, it’s time to hit the sportsbook.