2016 College Football Regular Season Wins Futures: Westgate has Michigan as Big 10 winner

Jul 11, 2016 - 0 comments
Michigan Wolverines

A 10-win season used to be the measuring stick for the top programs in the country in terms of a successful college football campaign. Last season there were 29 schools that won at least 10-games, this includes postseason play. The SuperBook of Las Vegas, Westgate, has updated tehir College Football 2016 Regular Season Wins Futures.

The SuperBook currently has six teams with an over/under of 10 wins in the upcoming 2016-17 College Football season.  The largest Las Vegas sportsbook lists Michigan of the Big 10, Alabama of the SEC, both Clemson and Florida State from the ACC, along with Oklahoma of the Big 12 and Boise State of the Mountain West conference as their six big 2016 regular season winners.

It is fair to say that the expectations in Ann Arbor this season under second-year coach Jim Harbaugh are off-the-charts. Their schedule offers up difficult tests as a visitor with games at Michigan State, Iowa and Ohio State. Based on most pre-season polls the Wolverines are the conference’s highest-ranked team nationally and Westgate concurs placing the school’s over/under at 10 wins in 2016.

Harbaugh has a talented squad but the team’s success will ultimately revolve around which quarterback starts and steps up this season. Will it be John O’Korn or Wilton Speight?

The road in the Big 10 is always difficult to navigate and sweeping both Michigan State and Iowa as a visitor in 2016 and earning a spot in the College Football Final Four is the holiday gift that Wolverine fanatics are hoping for.

Westgate’s updated Futures for the 2016 College Football Regular Season Wins; 


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