No Big Surprises As Alabama Leads 2017 Win Totals

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 8:52 PM UTC

Tuesday, May. 23, 2017 8:52 PM UTC

CG Technology put out its 2017 College Football team win totals this week and only two schools -- the SEC’s Alabama and the Big Ten’s Ohio State -- had a double-digit number posted next to their names by oddsmakers. Let’s look at the totals for the 47 teams.

<h2>CG Technology Unveils 2017 College Football Team Win Totals</h2><p>The College Football season kicks off August 26 with Stanford and Rice playing in the second Sydney Cup in Australia (10 pm ET; STAN -33½ -120, <a href=";book=5dimes" rel="nofollow">5Dimes</a>); with BYU hosting Portland State at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo, Utah (BYU -32 -120, 5Dimes); Colorado State welcoming Oregon State to Fort Collins and CSU Stadium for their lid-lifter (CBSSN, 3 pm ET); South Florida traveling to CEFCU Stadium to face San Jose State (CBSSN; 7:30 p.m. ET; USF -15 -120, 5Dimes); and Hawaii and Massachusetts knocking helmets at Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium in Amherst, Massachusetts later in the day.</p><p><img src="" style="height:270px;width:400px" /></p><p>We’ve already taken a look at the Golden Nugget’s NCAA College Football Conference Championship <a href="">odds from the Power 5 conferences</a> from here in the neon glow of Sin City, so let’s take a look at the opening Season Win Totals numbers from CG Technology for its 47 teams in odds order, which show only one team set at 10½ wins and only one lined at 10 for the coming <a href="">College Football</a> season.</p><p>Alabama 10½o -150</p><p>Ohio State 10o -125</p><p>Oklahoma 9½o -145</p><p>USC 9½o -135</p><p>Florida State 9½o -130</p><p>Wisconsin 9½o -125</p><p>Washington 9½</p><p>Penn State 9½u -120</p><p>LSU 9o -120</p><p>Louisville 9o -120</p><p>Clemson 9</p><p>Michigan 9</p><p>Oklahoma State 9</p><p>Virginia Tech 9</p><p>Miami [Fla] 8½u -120</p><p>Stanford 8½u -130</p><p>Auburn 8</p><p>Georgia 8</p><p>Oregon 8</p><p>Florida 8u -120</p><p>Washington State 7½o -125</p><p>NC State 7½o -120</p><p>Pittsburgh 7½ -120</p><p>Texas 7½u -120</p><p>Colorado 7½u -125</p><p>Kansas State 7½u -125</p><p>Tennessee 7½u -130</p><p>TCU 7o -125</p><p>West Virginia 7o -120</p><p>Arkansas 7</p><p>North Carolina 7</p><p>Northwestern 7</p><p>Texas A&amp;M 7</p><p>Missouri 6½o -120</p><p>Utah 6½o -120</p><p>Georgia Tech 6½</p><p>Iowa 6½u -120</p><p>Michigan State 6½u -130</p><p>UCLA 6o -135</p><p>Kentucky 6o -130</p><p>Nebraska 6o -125</p><p>Texas Tech 6u -120</p><p>Arizona 5½</p><p>Duke 5½</p><p>Indiana 5½</p><p>Mississippi State 5½</p><p>South Carolina 5½u -125</p><p>&gt; Juice -115 unless noted</p><p> </p><p><img src="" style="height:504px;width:400px" /></p><h2>After Looking at Northwestern’s Schedule ...</h2><p>The Wildcats and beloved 11th-year Head Coach Pat Fitzgerald have a brutal slat this coming season with no perceived Chill Period until the L3 games in November. Northwestern (7-6 SU, 8-5 ATS in 2016) opens with Nevada (5-7) in Evanston in a Week 1 game they should win, travels to Durham to face Duke (4-8) in a Week 2 winnable game, then welcomes Bowling Green (4-8) to Ryan Field in Week 3 in what could be a huge game for this team’s Future bets. Then it gets tough with Big Ten play starting: at Wisconsin, vs. Penn State, at Maryland, vs. Iowa, vs. Michigan State and at Nebraska before those aforementioned final three vs. Purdue and Minnesota at Home, and then at Illinois in Champaign in the finale on Nov. 25. So the Cats could win the first three, lose six straight and then win the final three although the Golden Gophers (9-4) have improved and Northwestern can probably beat Maryland (6-7). Getting to 7 looks difficult for the Wildcats and a push is very possible.</p><p><img src="" style="height:405px;width:400px" /></p><h2 style="text-align:center">Season Total Picks: Northwestern 'Under' 7, Utah 'Over' 6½</h2><h2 style="text-align:center"><a href="">Bet On College Football Futures At SBR's Top Sportsbooks</a></h2><p> </p>
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