Here Are Your Season Win Totals College Football Odds

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Wednesday, July 13, 2016 9:19 PM GMT

Let’s take a look at the opening Season Team Win Totals college football odds from the SuperBook and offer up quick picks and with fades of the Sooners and the Utes in mind.

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook released its 2016 College Football Odds Team Win Totals on Saturday along with its much-anticipated College Football Games of the Year which we will take a look at tomorrow here in this space. Among the six teams listed at double-digit Wins for the Regular Season is Oklahoma (10, Under -160), led by QB Baker Mayfield. The Sooners open the Regular Season on Saturday, Sept. 2 against Houston at NRG Stadium and although the online sportsbooks have made Oklahoma 10-point favorites over the Cougars at this perceived neutral site game, this could be a very tough opener for Oklahoma and QB Greg Ward Jr. and Houston (Money Line +285, at GTBets) could very well put a dent in the Sooners FBS dreams before Labor Day. An interesting great profit college football pick.

Here are the opening Regular Season Team Win Totals for the selected NCAA Division I FBS College Football teams posted on Saturday:

NCAAF Opening Regular Season Team Win Totals

Alabama Crimson Tide 10 Under -150, Over +130

Arizona Wildcats 6 Over -155, Under +135

Arizona State Sun Devils 6 Over -140, Under +120

Arkansas Razorbacks 7 Over -110, Under -110

Auburn Tigers 7 Over -145, Under +125

Baylor Bears 8½ Over -120, Under Even

Boise State Broncos 10 Over -110, Under -110

Boston College Eagles 6 Over -140, Under +120

BYU Cougars 7 Under -125, Over +105

Clemson Tigers 10 Over -145, Under +125

Florida Gators 8 Over -140, Under +120

Florida State Seminoles 10 Under -150, Over +130

Georgia Bulldogs 8½ Over -125, Under +105

Houston Cougars 9 Over -160, Under +140

Iowa Hawkeyes 8½ Over -160, Under +140

Kansas State Wildcats 6 Over -110, Under -110

Louisville Cardinals 8½ Over -130 Under +110

LSU Tigers 9½ Over -120, Under Even

Miami (Fla) Hurricanes 8 Over -110, Under -110

Michigan Wolverines 10 Under -130, Over +110

Michigan State Spartans 8 Over -110, Under -110

Mississippi Rebels 8 Over -130, Under +110

Nebraska Cornhuskers 8½ Under -160, Over +140

Nevada Wolf Pack 7 Under -140, Over +120

North Carolina Tar Heels 8½ Under -120, Over Even

Northwestern Wildcats 5 Over -110, Under -110

Notre Dame Fighting Irish 9 Over -110, Under -110

Ohio State Buckeyes 9½ Over -140, Under +120

Oklahoma Sooners 10 Under -160, Over +140

Oklahoma State Cowboys 8 Over -110, Under -110

Oregon Ducks 7½ Over -140, Under +120

Penn State Nittany Lions 7 Under -130, Over +110

San Diego State Aztecs 9 Over -160, Under +140

Stanford Cardinal 8½ Under -130, Over +110

TCU Horned Frogs 9 Under -125, Over +105

Tennessee Volunteers 9½ Over -150, Under +130

Texas Longhorns 7 Under -130, Over +110

Texas Tech Red Raiders 6 Over -120, Under Even

UCLA Bruins 8½ Over -110, Under -110

UNLV Rebels 5½ Over -180, Under +160

USC Trojans 6½ Over -140, Under +120

Utah Utes 7½ Over -145, Under +125

Virginia Cavaliers 5 Over -130, Under +110

Virginia Tech Hokies 6½ Over -135, Under +115

Washington Huskies 9 Over -150, Under +130

Washington State Cougars 7 Over -120, Under Even

West Virginia Mountaineers 7½ Over -110, Under -110

Wisconsin Badgers 7½ Under -120, Over Even

Utes Always Seem to Overachieve, But ‘16 Could be Sobering in Salt Lake City
A look at the Utah schedule this coming Regular Season reveals a possible rough ride for 12th-year Head Coach Kyle Whittingham (69-62-3 ATS) and the Utes (10-3 SU, 6-7 ATS in 2015). And not only is the Utah schedule a non-stop dive around potholes, but the Utes lost long-time starting QB Travis Wilson and star RB Devonte Booker. JUCO Troy Williams will likely end up as the new Utes QB.

But even though the Road schedule doesn't look too deadly with games at San Jose State (Sept. 17), Cal (Oct. 1), at UCLA (Oct. 22), at Arizona State (Nov. 10) and at Colorado (Nov. 26; Utah 0-5 ATS L5), the Home slate is a bitch because after a token win Opener against Southern Utah (Sept. 1), the Utes will have to play in-state rival BYU (Sept. 10), USC (Sept. 23), Arizona (Oct. 8; Utah 0-4 ATS L4), Washington (Oct. 29), and Oregon (Nov. 19) all come to Rice-Eccles in Salt Lake City in the Fall. Not fun. So the Utes should beat the Big Sky-rep Thunderbirds, beat the Spartans in San Jose and probably find a way to beat the Beavers in Corvallis but all of the rest of the games seem like a Pac-12 gauntlet of teams waiting to finally beat up on fundamentally sound Utah which lost its reliable QB (Wilson) and RB (Booker).

2016 Regular Season Wins-Team Totals College Football Picks:
Houston Over 9 -160
Iowa Over 8½ -160
Oklahoma Under 10 -160
Tennessee Under 9½ +130
Utah Under 7½ +125