Check our overview of the Golden Nugget's opening Regular Season Team Win Totals for 24 select NCAA College Football teams & Regular Season Combined Win Totals for the Power Five majors.
On Thursday afternoon, the Golden Nugget in downtown Las Vegas put out opening Regular Season Team Win Totals for 24 select NCAA College Football teams as well as Regular Season Conference Combined Win Totals for the Power Five majors—the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC—along with a special and fun Grand Salami Prop bet offering up a number for the combined Total number of Wins by all teams in those five prestigious collegiate pigskin conferences.
Let’s take at the opening lines put up by Sportsbook Director Tony Miller and his crack staff and make a pick or two in this unique early Season Team Win Totals marketplace based on quick looks at of these some school’s schedules.
Golden Nugget College Football Regular Season Win Totals
On Thursday, sportsbook Director Tony Miller and the Golden Nugget in downtown Las Vegas released a short and select list on NCAA College Football Regular Season Team Win Totals for 24 schools as well as some neat Props for the Power Five Conferences—ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC—as well as as unique Grand Salami line with the Regular Season Wins by all Power Five Combined (446½, Golden Nugget).
On local Las Vegas ESPN 1100 radio last week, one of Miller’s brilliant sidekicks, Aaron Kessler said that the Golden Nugget is aiming to have its annual Game of the Year odds for some 100 NCAAF matchups out and up for betting on July 8. All wagering for these 24 Season Team Win Totals will close at 9 a.m. PDT on Sept. 3.
The 2016 NCAA College Football season is scheduled to kick off on Friday, August 26, 2016 from at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia when the Pac-12’s California faces the Mountain West Conference’s Hawaii in the Sydney Cup (10 p.m. EDT/7 p.m. PDT; California -21, South Point).
Golden Nugget Regular Season Team Win Totals
Clemson 10 (Over -120)
Florida State 10 (Over -120)
Oklahoma 10 (Under -130)
LSU 9½ (Over -140)
Michigan 9½ (Over -120)
Baylor 9 (Under -125)
Houston 9 (Under -150)
Notre Dame 9 (Under -125)
UCLA 9 (Over -120)
Georgia 8½ (Over -145)
Ohio State 8½ (Over -115)
Oklahoma State 8½ (Under -130)
Oregon 8½ (Under -120)
TCU 8½ (Under -125)
Florida 8 (Under -135)
Michigan State 8 (Under -135)
Stanford 8 (Under -130)
Mississippi 7½ (Under -115)
USC 7½ Over -120
Auburn 7 (Over -120)
UNLV 4½ (Over -130)
*All teams must play 12 Regular Season games to have action.
Golden Nugget Regular Season Conference Combined Win Totals
All Atlantic Coast (ACC) Teams Combined 96½
All Big Ten Teams Combined 97½
All Big 12 Teams Combined 69½
All Pac-12 Teams Combined 81½
All Southeastern (SEC) Teams Combined 103½
Golden Nugget Regular Season Grand Salami Team Win Totals
All Power Five Conference Teams Combined 446½
NCAAF Will Be Here Before You Know It
College Football will jump out of the gate with a bang this season with an absolutely glorious Week 1 schedule (Saturday Sept. 3) which features a number of really solid matchups including Heisman Trophy candidate Leonard Fournette Leonard Fournette (10/1 to win Heisman Trophy, Station Casinos) and the Tigers heading north to Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin to face the Wisconsin Badgers in a very early Big Ten-SEC showdown in America’s Dairyland.
An ACC-SEC helmet-knocker between North Carolina and Georgia and star RB Nick Chubb (16/1 to win Heisman Trophy, Station Casinos) in a game in which currently sees the host Bulldogs as 3½-point chalks, as well as a wonderful Big 12-Pac-12 clash between WR Juju Smith-Schuster (50/1 to win Heisman Trophy, Station Casinos) and USC and WR Calvin Ridley (20/1 to win Heisman Trophy, Station Casinos) perennial powerhouse Alabama at the home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas (Alabama -9, South Point).
The weekend finishes off on Monday night (Sept. 5) with a superb matchup between RB Dalvin Cook (10/1 to win Heisman Trophy, Station Casinos) and Florida State and QB Chad Kelly (12/1 to win Heisman Trophy, Station Casinos) and Ole Miss at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee in an ACC-SEC Week 1 brawl (ESPN, Directv 206, 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT) which will end up leaving one very strong team starting the new season at 0-1 (FSU -5, South Point).
Free College Football Futures Picks: Alabama Over 9½, Michigan Under 9½ Even & Oregon Over 8½ Even