Westgate Releases College Football Win Totals, College Football Playoff Odds, More Futures

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  • The Westgate Superbook released its college football futures, featuring win totals and College Football Playoff odds.

New Jersey and Las Vegas had released pieces of the College Football futures landscape, but the Westgate Superbook completed the full scope on Sunday.

Below you’ll find win totals and odds to win every conference, followed by College Football Playoff odds.

Note: All odds as of July 14.


>> For Collin Wilson’s latest betting advice on college football futures, check out our hub here.


College Football Win Totals & Conference Odds

College Football Playoff Odds

  • Clemson -500
  • Alabama -400
  • Georgia EV
  • Ohio State +250
  • Michigan +250
  • Oklahoma +275
  • LSU +400
  • Texas +500
  • Nebraska +600
  • Notre Dame +600
  • Auburn +700
  • Florida +800
  • Washington +1000
  • Oregon +1000
  • Utah +1000
  • Texas A&M +1500
  • Baylor +2000
  • TCU +2000
  • Washington State +2000
  • Michigan State +2000
  • Iowa State +2000
  • Penn State +2000
  • USC +2000
  • Miami (Fl.) +2000
  • Mississippi State +2000
  • Wisconsin +2000
  • Syracuse +4000
  • UCLA +4000
  • Stanford +4000
  • Oklahoma State +4000
  • Florida State +4000
  • Iowa +4000
  • Virginia +6000
  • Purdue +6000
  • Virginia Tech +6000
  • Minnesota +10000
  • Tennessee +10000
  • South Carolina +10000
  • Central Florida +20000
  • Fresno State +20000
  • San Diego State +20000
  • Boise State +20000
  • Utah State +20000
  • Houston  +20000
  • Kansas State +20000
  • Cal +20000
  • Texas Tech +20000
  • West Virginia +20000
  • Arizona State +20000
  • Northwestern +20000
  • Arizona +20000
  • Boston College +40000
  • Pitt +40000
  • NC State +40000
  • Kentucky +40000
  • Louisville +100000
  • Georgia Tech +100000
  • Duke +100000
  • Maryland +100000
  • Colorado +100000
  • Ole Miss +100000
  • Wake Forest +100000
  • North Carolina +100000
  • Indiana +100000
  • Vanderbilt +100000
  • Kansas +100000
  • Rutgers +200000
  • Illinois +200000
  • Oregon State +200000
  • UNLV +200000

For the latest on win totals, check out The Action Network Podcast. Plenty of updates are still to come concerning futures for the 2019 college football season.