2016 College Football: Season Win Totals on the Line

Season Win Totals are always fun to bet on and there are still 27 teams who can still go OVER their opening totals from the summer heading into Week 13.

The table below shows the remaining teams that will go OVER their Season Win Total with a victory.
[Based on the opening totals from 5Dimes] [Regular Season Wins ONLY and NOT Conference Title Games or Bowl Games]

Team Season Win Total Current Wins Week 13
Clemson 10.5 10 -24.5 vs. So Carolina
Boise St 10.5 10 -8 at Air Force
Michigan 10 10 +7 at Ohio St
Houston 9.5 9 -5 at Memphis
Louisville 9 9 -25 vs. Kentucky
Temple 8.5 8 -19 vs. ECU
Stanford 8.5 8 -33 vs. Rice
North Carolina 8.5 8 -10.5 vs. NC St
Appalachian St 8.5 8 -17 at New Mex St
Western Kentucky 8.5 8 -21 at Marshall
Air Force 8 8 +8 vs. Boise St
Arkansas 7.5 7 -8 at Missouri
Ohio 7.5 7 -10 vs. Akron
Middle Tenn St 7.5 7 -12.5 vs. FAU
Pittsburgh 7 7 -23.5 vs. Syracuse
New Mexico 7 7 -1 vs. Wyoming
Vanderbilt 5 5 +10 vs. Tennessee
Akron 5 5 +10 at Ohio
Arizona St 5 5 -4 at Arizona
Ball St 4.5 4 +7.5 at Miami Ohio
Syracuse 4 4 +23.5 at Pitt
Cal 4 4 +4.5 vs. UCLA
Oregon St 3.5 3 +3 vs. Oregon
Iowa State 3.5 3 +9 vs. West Virginia
Tulane 3.5 3 +2 at UConn
New Mexico St 3 3 +17 vs. App St
UMass 2.5 2 +10.5 at Hawaii

For some teams their Season Win Totals moved up to 2 games before the year, so it’s possible if you bet any of these teams then you got a different number. You can check out every team’s Season Win Total from before the season right here.

The bar was obviously very low for teams like UMass but they’ve got a chance against Hawaii. In fact, many of the teams with the lowest totals were able to overperform this season, especially a team like Wyoming who could be in the Mountain West Conference title game. Before the season they weren’t even expected to win 4 games.

If you’re sitting on any win totals to be determined, feel free to leave a comment below and whether you’ll think about hedging in any way.

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Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. He can be reached at dan.mcguire@sportsinsights.com.

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