2014 College Football Season Win Totals

The college football season begins in August and below shows the 2014 regulation season win totals at 5Dimes. Keep in mind that these are for Regular Season only and do not include Conference Championship or Bowl games. It’s also important to note the juice on both the Over and Under and not just the Win Total:

Updated 7/18/14 at 12:00 pm ET

Team
Regular Season Win Total
Over
Under
Alabama 10.5 -140 +110
Arizona 6.5 -170 +140
Arizona State 7.5 -115 -115
Arkansas 4.5 -135 +105
Auburn 9.5 +130 -160
Baylor 9.5 -135 +105
Boise State 10.5 +225 -285
Boston College 5.5 +200 -260
BYU 8.5 -280 +220
California 2.5 -130 +100
Clemson 9 +155 -185
Colorado 4.5 +150 -180
Colorado State 6.5 -180 +140
Duke 8.5 +120 -150
Florida 7.5 -135 +105
Florida State 10.5 -300 +240
Fresno State 7.5 -135 -105
Georgia 9.5 -120 -110
Georgia Tech 6.5 -140 +110
Illinois 5 +100 -130
Indiana 5.5 +110 -140
Iowa 8.5 +110 -140
Kansas State 8 +120 -150
Kentucky 3.5 -170 +140
Louisville 7.5 -225 +175
LSU 8.5 -225 +175
Maryland 6.5 +105 -135
Miami FL 7.5 -160 +130
Michigan 7.5 -155 +125
Michigan State 9.5 +105 -135
Minnesota 6.5 -170 +130
Mississippi 7.5 -165 +135
Mississippi State 7.5 +115 -145
Missouri 7.5 -140 +110
Nebraska 8.5 +140 -170
Nevada 6 -105 -125
North Carolina 8.5 +130 -160
North Carolina State 5.5 -140 +110
Northwestern 7.5 +105 -135
Notre Dame 8.5 +175 -225
Ohio State 10.5 -130 +100
Oklahoma 10.5 -115 -115
Oklahoma State 7.5 +105 -135
Oregon 10.5 -180 +150
Oregon State 6.5 -205 +165
Penn State 8 +130 -160
Pittsburgh 7.5 +115 -145
Purdue 3.5 -145 +115
Rutgers 4.5 +150 -180
South Carolina 9.5 +120 -150
Stanford 8.5 -125 -105
Syracuse 5.5 -145 +115
TCU 8 +140 -170
Tennessee 5.5 -145 +115
Texas 8 +135 -165
Texas A&M 7.5 +145 -175
Texas Tech 7 +115 -145
UCLA 9.5 -140 +110
UNLV 4.5 +125 -155
USC 8.5 -175 +145
Utah 4.5 -170 +140
Utah State 9.5 +160 -210
Vanderbilt 6 +125 -155
Virginia 3.5 +105 -135
Virginia Tech 7.5 -185 +155
Wake Forest 3.5 -170 +130
Washington 9.5 +160 -195
Washington State 5.5 -130 +100
West Virginia 4.5 -110 -120
Wisconsin 9.5 -145 +115

There’s been some considerable movement on some teams’ Win Totals this season since opening. Here are the biggest movers on the Under (as of 7/18/14):

Arizona State: Win total fell from 8.5 to 7.5

Auburn: Under 9.5 moved from +125 to -160

Boston College: Under 5.5 moved from -130 to -260

Clemson: Win total dropped from 9.5 to 9

Fresno State: Under 7.5 moved from +160 to -105

Iowa: Under 8.5 moved from +130 -140

Kansas State: Win total dropped from 8.5 to 8

Louisville: Under 7.5 moved from +250 to +175

Maryland: Win total dropped from 7.5 to 6.5

Michigan State: Over 9.5 moved from -160 to +105

Missouri: Win total dropped from 9.5 to 7.5

Stanford: Win total dropped from 9.5 to 8.5

 

Meanwhile, the following teams have seen significant moves on the Over for their season win total (as of 7/18/14):

Arkansas: Over 4.5 moved from +120 to -135

BYU: Over 8.5 moved from -210 to -280

Kentucky: Over 3.5 moved from -125 to -170

Illinois: Win total rose from 4.5 to 5

Nebraska: Win total rose from 8 to 8.5

North Carolina: Win total rose from 7.5 to 8.5

North Carolina State: Over 5.5 moved from +170 to -140

Northwestern: Win total rose from 6.5 to 7.5

Oregon: Over 10.5 moved from -115 to -180

Purdue: Over 3.5 moved from +130 to -145

TCU: Win total rose from 6.5 to 8

 

With the college football season just a month away, be sure to check out the 2014-15 Heisman Futures and the 2014-15 NCAA Championship Futures where Florida State is favored to win the title at three prominent sportsbooks. There is also a new 4-team playoff this season which Bovada has listed odds for which will be interesting to track throughout the year.

Are there any teams that look to be over-valued or under-valued? Are you surprised that Duke’s win total is higher than Florida’s? Do you make any Season Win Total bets in hopes of hedging towards the end of the year? Feel free to post your comments below.

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