NCAA Football game totals are out. As you might expect, Alabama, Ohio State, and Georgia offer totals of 9.5 to 10.5. Check out NCAAF Regular Season Wins Odds, top play and worst play in the SEC, Big Ten, ACC, Big 12, and Pac-12.
Analyzing the College Football Total Win Odds for the Upcoming Season
2022 NCAAF College Football Season
- When: August 27, 2022 – Dec. 10, 2022
Top SEC Play: Alabama over 10.5
Bama to win 11 games is lock city. The road games are at Texas, Arkansas, Ole Miss, Tennessee, and LSU.
There isn’t a team among the four that should come close to beating Alabama. Even Auburn is at home this season and so is Texas A&M.
Worst SEC Play: Louisiana State over 7.5
While Bama should cruise to an undefeated season, the LSU Tigers should lose 5 games.
At Florida, versus Alabama, at Arkansas, and at Texas A&M are for sure losses. LSU faces Auburn, a rival, on the road. Home games versus Mississippi State, Florida State, Tennessee, and Ole Miss aren’t locks.
Top Big Ten Play: Indiana under 4.5
It’s tough to make an under game total play a best bet, because nobody wants to be negative, but the Indiana Hoosiers are a horrible football team.
If Indiana is lucky, they will beat Illinois, Idaho, and Maryland. If they’re unlucky, Illinois will beat them. So 3 wins if lucky. 2 wins if unlucky.
Worst Big Ten Play: Penn State over 8.5
Penn State opens the season at Purdue. Then the Nittany Lions are at Auburn in their third game. They should lose both of those games.
At Michigan and versus Ohio State are the other for sure losses. So that’s 4 losses and 8 wins. The Lions aren’t locks at Rutgers and at home versus Michigan State in their final two regular season games. If they lose both, that’s 6 losses.
Top ACC Play: Miami-Florida over 8.5
New HC Mario Cristobal is one of the best head coaches in the country. Cristobal will turn Miami into one of the top three teams in the ACC.
The Canes boast one of the best defensive lines in the nation. The Hurricanes must play Clemson and Texas A&M on the road. So if they lose both, that’s just 2 losses and Miami can win both of those games.
Worst ACC Play: Pittsburgh over 9.5
Pitt lost quarterback Kenny Pickett to the NFL in April. Last week, Biletnikoff Award winning wide receiver Jordan Addison transferred to USC. Pittsburgh will lose to Tennessee, Virginia Tech, at Louisville, at North Carolina, possibly at Virginia, and definitely at Miami.
Top Big 12 Play: Baylor over 8.5
It’s tough to win more than 8 games in the Big 12. The conference is tight. But Baylor could get it done. Oklahoma is going through a transition period, the jury is out on Texas, West Virginia, Texas Tech, Iowa State, and the other Big 12 teams on Baylor’s schedule. None of them are as good as the Bears.
Worst Big 12 Play: Oklahoma over 9.5
Brett Venables is a great defensive coach. But to win in the Big 12, you must score points. It will be difficult for the Sooners to score enough points to win 10 games.
Texas, Baylor, Iowa State, Nebraska, and Oklahoma State should be losses. That’s 5. Don’t get us wrong, Oklahoma will be okay. But this year will be tough.
Top Pac-12 Play: Southern California over 8.5
USC should go undefeated. So 8.5 is a gift. The road games are at Stanford, Oregon, State, Arizona, Utah, the only possible loss on the schedule, and at UCLA, which amounts to a home game in the Rose Bowl.
Lincoln Riley has attracted some of the best talent in the nation to join him in Los Angeles. The USC Trojans should have one of the top offenses and one of the best defenses in the nation.
Worst Pac-12 Play: Arizona under 2.5
The Wildcats’ 2022 recruiting class ranks twenty-sixth in the nation. If Arizona starts their best freshman, they will beat North Dakota State, California, Colorado, Arizona State, and Washington State.
Five victories crushes the under. If the freshman really step it up, Zona can upset UCLA, and Mississippi State. That’s 7 wins.
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