2017 NCAA Football Win Total Futures Lines
Looking for NCAA Football future odds, specifically 2017 College football win totals? With the CFB season only a couple months away, time is running out to place your bets on teams win totals. Win totals can be very valuable to bet at this time, as picking off some winners can be valuable. Let’s break down some of the best 2017 CFB win totals and find out where the value is.
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2017 College Football Win Totals: Alabama OVER 10.5 (-200)
Alabama comes into this season motivated after losing to the Clemson Tigers in the National Championship game and Nick Saban is going to have his troops ready.
The Crimson Tide are going to have to go 11-1 for you to cover but even at -200 I think this has a ton of value. The schedule makers gave the Tide a lot of favors when they made this years schedule.
Their toughest true road game this year is against a Texas A&M team that struggled last year.
They play LSU, Tennessee, and Auburn all at home this year. I think they will finish this season with a perfect record.
2017 College Football Win Totals: Iowa Hawkeyes OVER 6.5 (-110)
Last season the Iowa Hawkeyes finished with an 8-5 record and the odds makers think they will be worse this year putting their over/under at 6.5.
They are going to need to find a new quarterback this year but I still think they will be good enough to finish with at least seven wins. They start the season against Wyoming, North Texas and Iowa State, which means they should be 3-0.
They should beat Illinois and Purdue which means they only need to find two wins against Penn State, Michigan State, Northwestern, Minnesota, Ohio State, Wisconsin, and Nebraska.
I think they will beat the Gophers and will be able to pull one of the other upsets.
2017 College Football Win Totals: Texas Tech Under 6 (-125)
Texas Tech has been carried the last few years by Patrick Mahomes and even then their win total hasn’t been great. This a team that wins game with their offense and that offense has a lot of questions at their quarterback position.
If this team only won three games this year I wouldn’t be any bit surprised. They should be Eastern Michigan in their first game.
They will beat the Kansas Jayhawks and then they should beat Iowa State. Besides that I don’t know who else they will beat.
They will probably pull off one of the other upsets but they will probably only be favored in three games this year. I think that Texas Tech will win four games max, and this is the safest bet in all of college football.
2017 College Football Win Totals: UCLA Bruins OVER 6 (-150)
The Payout isn’t great with this bet, but I still think it is a pretty safe bet, and I believe that for one reason, Josh Rosen.
He dealt with a lot of injuries last year and that really limited the Bruins success, but he is coming back this year and should be fully healthy.
He is probably the best pro style quarterback and if he plays well this season will be the first quarterback taken in next years draft.
He has enough talent that he can lead the Bruins to a few victories by himself.
The Pac 12 is also probably going to be down this year so although they have a tough schedule, seven or eight wins is very doable.
2017 College Football Win Totals: Louisville Tigers OVER 9 (-120)
The Louisville Tigers have the reigning Heisman Trophy winner in Lamar Jackson coming back and they have a very favorable schedule that should make the over a really nice value.
The only losses I see them maybe having this year is against Clemson and Florida State. The do have another tough game against North Carolina but I think they should win that. Even if they did lose that game that would give them nine losses and make the bet void.
Besides those three games they have a very easy schedule. Their non conference is not challenging at all and the rest of the ACC is pretty weak.
2017 College Football Win Totals: Michigan State Over 6.5 (Even)
Michigan State football was in a real slide last year, but I expect them to rebound well this year.
The schedule makers gave them a few gifts with this schedule and that will allow them to go over 6.5. Although that will still not be enough wins to make Michigan State fans happy, it will be enough to make you some money.
Their first two games are against Bowling Green and Western Michigan, both of which should be wins. They have Maryland, Minnesota, Indiana and Rutgers on their schedule, all which should be wins.
They also have Iowa on their schedule who are a little worse this year, and that is the team that should give them their seventh win.
List of 2017 College Football Win Totals Betting Odds
- Alabama O/U 10.5
- Arizona O/U 5.5
- Arkansas O/U 7
- Auburn O/U 8
- Clemson O/U 9
- Colorado O/U 7.5
- Duke O/U 5.5
- Florida O/U 8
- Florida State O/U 9.5
- Georgia O/U 8
- Georgia Tech O/U 6.5
- Indiana O/U 5.5
- Iowa O/U 6.5
- Kansas State O/U 7.5
- LSU O/U 9
- Louisville O/U 9
- Miami FL O/U 8.5
- Michigan O/U 9
- Michigan State O/U 6.5
- MISS State O/U 5.5
- Missouri State O/U 6.5
- NC State O/U 7.5
- Nebraska O/U 6.5
- North Carolina O/U 7
- Northwestern O/U 7
- Ohio State O/U 10
- Oklahoma O/U 9.5
- Oklahoma State O/U 9
- Oregon O/U 8
- Penn State O/U 9.5
- Pittsburgh O/U 7.5
- South Carolina O/U 5.5
- Stanford O/U 8.5
- TCU O/U 7
- Tennessee O/U 7.5
- Texas O/U 7.5
- Texas A&M O/U 7
- Texas Tech O/U 6
- UCLA O/U 6
- USC O/U 9.5
- Utah O/U 6.5
- VT O/U 9.0
- Washington O/U 9.5
- Washington State O/U 7.5
- West Virginia O/U 7
- Wisconsin O/U 9.5
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