Updated 2017-18 College Football Season Win Totals

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Will the Oregon Ducks return to college football prominence under new head coach Willie Taggart? After a shocking 4-8 season last year, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has the Ducks’ season win total at 7.5, with money coming in on the over. Just moments after the updated lines were released on Sunday, the Over went from +130 to -105. Oregon opens the season against Southern Utah before playing two intriguing non-conference games: Home vs. Nebraska then traveling to Wyoming.

Alabama and Ohio State share the honor of highest win totals at 11, followed by USC and Wisconsin at 10.5 wins. But then there’s an interesting school sitting at 10…South Florida. The Bulls lost their head coach to the aforementioned Oregon Ducks, but return the AAC’s most dynamic playmaker in QB Quinton Flowers. South Florida’s non-conference opponents include San Jose State, Stony Brook, Illinois and UMass. Within the AAC schedule, they avoid SMU, Navy, and Memphis. One another notable win total from a non-Power 5 school is Boise State at 8.5 wins. Since 2002, the Broncos have finished with less than eight wins only once (2013). Boise State is still a strong 6/5 favorite to win the Mountain West, but perhaps a “down” year is ahead for the boys of the blue turf?

The 2017 Cheetah Guide is a “must own” for any serious bettor this college football season. This year’s guide includes season win total projections, projected lines on all games, power ratings, returning starters, and much more. Sports Cheetah went 179-128 for a total client profit of +130.6% last season across all his selections at WagerTalk (including 2nd half, videos, etc), after going 165-110, +135.02% in 2015-16.

Updated 2017-18 college football season win totals, courtesy of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook

Updated 2017-18 College Football Season Win Totals

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