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Online NCAA Football Odds Picks Are A Sweet Treat!

Written by on June 1, 2016

If you’re a collegiate gridiron gaming fanatic and you love making season-long futures odds wagers that offer often stunning returns and you’re excited about the upcoming 2016 NCAA college football season, then you’re in luck. Thanks to the handful of free college football win total odds picks on a half-dozen teams that all look like sure bets to play over their respective win total College Football Odds, you’re going to be able to get your 2016 NCAAF wagering campaign off to a positive start.

A Sweet Treat of Online NCAA Football Odds Picks

Okay, with that said, let’s get started.

Texas Tech 6

Sure, Texas Tech has an absolutely horrible defense, but the Red Raiders do have an legitimate Heisman Trophy candidate in dual-threat quarterback Pat Mahomes. After winning four games in 2014 in Kliff Kingsbury’s first season, the Red Raiders went 7-6 last season and are a ‘super easy’ pick to win at least that many games in 2016 if you ask me. The Pick: Over 6 Wins

Ole Miss 7

The Rebels have the best quarterback in the SEC in Chad Kelly and four receivers that all caught at least 30 passes in 2015. With plenty of talent on their roster ad a really good head coach running the show, the Rebels will be just fine replacing elite wide receiver Laquon Treadwell and tackle Laremy Tunsil en route to at least eight wins in 2016! The Pick: Over 7 Wins

Oklahoma State 8.5 (under -130)

I know the Oklahoma State lost their final three games a year ago, but the Cowboys won 10 games last season, and are an easy pick to reach nine wins in 2016. Quarterback Mason Rudolph is underrated and the Cowboys have a pair of road dates against a reeling Baylor program and rebuilding TCU squad that don’t look nearly as daunting as in past seasons. The Pick: Over 8.5 Wins

Houston 9

Houston went 13-1 in 2015 and is an easy pick to reach the 10-win mark in 2016 if you ask me. The Cougars averaged a stellar 40.4 points per game behind gifted dual-threat quarterback and AAC MVP quarterback Greg Ward Jr. The unheralded signal-caller completed an incendiary 67.2 percent of his passes last season for 2,828 yards and 17 touchdowns with just six interceptions while simultaneously leading the Cougars in rushing with 1,108 yards and an impressive 21 touchdowns. The Pick: Over 9 Wins

Stanford 8

The Cardinal won a dozen games last season but need to find a replacement for departed four-year starting quarterback Kevin Hogan after he led the Cardinal program to three Pac-12 championship teams and a pair of Rose Bowl victories. Still, the Cardinal have the best player in the nation in my mind in running back/hybrid receiver and return man, Christian McCaffery and a manageable schedule that will allow tem to reach the nine-win mark with ease! The Pick: Over 8 Wins

Ohio State 8.5

Ohio State must replace a bunch of gifted players like defensive end Joey Bosa and running back Ezekiel Elliott, but the Buckeyes get a ton of blue chip high school talent every year now and have one of he best coaches in the game today. With gifted signal-caller J.T. Barrett leading the way, the Buckeyes look like locks to reach the nine-win mark against their online college football win total odds in 2016! The Pick: Over 8.5 Wins