2019 College Football Win Totals Released for (Almost Every) FBS Team

Jun 25, 2019 12:25 PM EDT
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  • FanDuel Sportsbook has released win totals for every FBS college football team, with the exception of Rutgers.
  • Clemson, Alabama and Georgia lead the way, while UTSA, Rice, UConn and several others are projected for fewer than three wins.

Another mile marker in the college football offseason is here — we’ve got win totals for all 130 FBS teams.

FanDuel Sportsbook became the first to post lines on every team, though it had to exclude Rutgers because of New Jersey law.


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Clemson leads the way at 11.5 wins, followed by Alabama and Georgia at 11 each. Ohio State, Oklahoma and Boise State are the only other teams in double-digits.

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All odds as of June 25

2019 College Football Win Totals Tracker

College Football Win Total Openers

Clemson — 11.5
Alabama — 11
Georgia — 11
Ohio State — 10.5
Oklahoma — 10.5
Boise State — 10
UCF — 9.5
Michigan — 9.5
Texas — 9.5
Washington — 9.5
Memphis — 9
Utah — 9
Oregon — 9
Florida — 9
LSU — 9
Appalachian State — 9
Miami — 8.5
Virginia Tech — 8.5
Wisconsin — 8.5
Nebraska — 8.5
Penn State — 8.5
Army — 8.5
Notre Dame — 8.5
Washington State — 8.5
Mississippi State — 8.5
USF — 8
Houston — 8
Purdue — 8
Iowa State — 8
FAU — 8
Toledo — 8
San Diego State — 8
Fresno State — 8
Auburn — 8
NC State — 7.5
Michigan State — 7.5
Iowa — 7.5
TCU — 7.5
FIU — 7.5
North Texas — 7.5
Louisiana Tech — 7.5
Ohio — 7.5
Western Michigan — 7.5
Arizona State — 7.5
Texas A&M — 7.5
Arkansas State — 7.5
Southern Miss — 7.5
Wake Forest — 7
Florida State — 7
UAB — 7
Northern Illinois — 7
Utah State — 7
Arizona — 7
Temple — 6.5
Duke — 6.5
Boston College — 6.5
Minnesota — 6.5
Northwestern — 6.5
Oklahoma State — 6.5
Baylor — 6.5
Texas Tech — 6.5
Marshall — 6.5
Eastern Michigan — 6.5
Nevada — 6.5
Air Force — 6.5
Stanford — 6.5
USC — 6.5
Tennessee — 6.5
Missouri — 6.5
Troy — 6.5
Georgia Southern — 6.5
Cincinnati — 6
Navy — 6
SMU — 6
Pitt — 6
Virginia — 6
Indiana — 6
BYU — 6
Buffalo — 6
Miami Ohio — 6
Cal — 6
Kentucky — 6
South Carolina — 6
Arkansas — 6
Tulane — 5.5
Kansas State — 5.5
Middle Tennessee — 5.5
Hawaii — 5.5
Wyoming — 5.5
UCLA — 5.5
Louisiana — 5.5
Syracuse — 5
West Virginia — 5
Western Kentucky — 5
Liberty — 5
New Mexico — 5
Vanderbilt — 5
Mississippi — 5
UL Monroe — 5
Tulsa — 4.5
North Carolina — 4.5
Maryland — 4.5
Charlotte — 4.5
Old Dominion — 4.5
UMass — 4.5
Colorado — 4.5
Texas State — 4.5
Coastal Carolina — 4.5
Georgia State — 4.5
Georgia Tech — 4
Louisville — 4
Central Michigan — 4
Kent State — 4
Ball State — 4
UNLV — 4
East Carolina — 3.5
Kansas — 3.5
New Mexico State — 3.5
Akron — 3.5
Colorado State — 3.5
Illinois — 3
UTEP — 3
Bowling Green — 3
UConn — 2.5
Rice — 2.5
San Jose State — 2.5
Oregon State — 2.5
South Alabama — 2.5
UTSA — 2

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