Win Totals (07/23/14)

John Ewing, Director of Research and Analytics, @johnewing
2014 College Football win totals – odds for 71 teams led by Florida State, Alabama and Ohio State. Odds courtesy of Bovada.lv.



The start of the college football season is getting closer. Bovada.lv has released regular season win totals for 71 FBS teams.

Defending National Champions, Florida State, have the highest win total (11.5). The Seminoles are followed by Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Oregon all with over/under win total lines of 10.5 games.

Additional Highlights
  • Teams expected to improve the most from last season: TCU (Win Total – 8, 2013 Wins – 4), Air Force (Win Total 5.5, 2013 Wins – 2), and Florida (Win Total – 7.5, 2013 Wins 4).
  • Teams expected to regress the most from last season: Missouri (Win Total – 7.5, 2013 Wins – 12), Louisville (Win Total 8, 2013 Wins – 12), and Michigan State (Win Total – 9.5, 2013 Wins 13).
  • Duke is expected to win more games than traditional powers Florida, Michigan and Nebraska.
  • California is expected to win 1.5 more games than in 2013. The bad news for the Golden Bears is their win total of 2.5 is still the lowest among teams listed.
Here is a look at the full list.

2014 College Football Win Totals

Team Win Total 2013 Wins
Florida State 11.5 14
Alabama 10.5 11
Oklahoma 10.5 11
Oregon 10.5 11
Ohio State 10.5 12
Boise State 10 8
BYU 9.5 8
Georgia 9.5 8
Utah State 9.5 9
Wisconsin 9.5 9
UCLA 9.5 10
Baylor 9.5 11
South Carolina 9.5 11
Michigan State 9.5 13
Washington 9 9
LSU 9 10
USC 9 10
Auburn 9 12
North Carolina 8.5 7
Iowa 8.5 8
Duke 8.5 10
Clemson 8.5 11
Stanford 8.5 11
TCU 8 4
Virginia Tech 8 8
Nebraska 8 9
Louisville 8 12
Florida 7.5 4
Northwestern 7.5 5
Michigan 7.5 7
Mississippi State 7.5 7
Penn State 7.5 7
Pittsburgh 7.5 7
Kansas State 7.5 8
Mississippi 7.5 8
Texas 7.5 8
Miami 7.5 9
Notre Dame 7.5 9
Arizona State 7.5 10
Fresno State 7.5 11
Missouri 7.5 12
Oregon State 7 7
Texas A&M 7 9
Georgia Tech 6.5 7
Maryland 6.5 7
Arizona 6.5 8
Minnesota 6.5 8
Texas Tech 6.5 8
Vanderbilt 6 9
Air Force 5.5 2
NC State 5.5 3
Nevada 5.5 4
Indiana 5.5 5
Tennessee 5.5 5
Washington State 5.5 6
Syracuse 5.5 7
Illinois 5 4
Boston College 5 7
Arkansas 4.5 3
West Virginia 4.5 4
Utah 4.5 5
UNLV 4.5 7
Colorado 4 4
Rutgers 4 6
Purdue 3.5 1
Kentucky 3.5 2
Virginia 3.5 2
Iowa State 3.5 3
Wake Forest 3.5 4
California 2.5 1



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