How Many Games Will Your Team Win In 2015?

College Football Total Season Wins Predictions

How Many Games Will Your Team Win In 2015?

The 2015 College Football season is here. Before the season kicks off this Thursday make sure to use my season wins betting cheat sheet to get your futures bets off on the right track.

College Football Total Season Wins Predictions

How Will Your Team Live Up To The Vegas Oddsmakers Expectations

Ohio State, 11 – The only team that the Buckeyes play during the regular season that they should have trouble with is Michigan State. Buckeyes will go 12 and 0. Over

TCU, 10 – The only squad that TCU plays during the regular season that they should have trouble with is Baylor. TCU is an easy Over

Alabama, 9.5 – Alabama’s secondary has come together by many accounts. The front 7 will be the best in the nation. Over

Baylor, 10 – The Bears should be considered a top contender for the College Football Playoff. Only TCU figures to stand in their way for an undefeated regular season. Over

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Oregon, 9.5 – Without Mariota, Oregon’s offense won’t be nearly as effective as it has been. Ducks figure to lose to Michigan State, Stanford and USC. Under

Michigan State, 9.5 – Spartans should go over. They might lose to Oregon. They might lose to Ohio State. Other than those 2 teams, the schedule is soft. Over

Auburn, 8.5 – The Auburn Tigers have a seriously difficult schedule. But, Will Muschamp coaching the defense means that Auburn should win at least 9 games. Over

Florida State, 9.5 – FSU’s offensive line issues will doom the team. This is the year when Clemson takes over the ACC and FSU doesn’t make it to a New Year’s Bowl game. Under

Georgia, 9 – Georgia looks one-dimensional on offense. RB Nick Chubb will take the team as far as he can. That won’t be beyond 9 wins. Under

USC, 8.5 – Trojans’ QB Cody Kessler is the best in college football this season. USC figures to be right there to challenge for a spot in the College Football Playoff if the defense gets together. Over

Notre Dame, 9 – Malik Zaire is the real deal at QB. The defense is going to be stacked. Notre Dame could go undefeated during the regular season. Over

Clemson, 8.5 – A loss to Notre Dame might be all that keeps Clemson from going undefeated during the regular season. If QB Deshaun Watson can stay healthy, the Tigers will have the best offense in the ACC. Over

LSU, 8 – It’s hard to imagine LSU losing 5 games during the regular season again. Coach Les Miles will be more motivated this season. How about a Push ?

UCLA, 9.5 – The team didn’t lose a lot on either offense or defense. But, Josh Rosen is a freshman and this might be a bad year to be a freshman QB in the Pac 12. BYU, Arizona, Arizona State, Stanford, Utah and USC are all on UCLA’s schedule. They should lose at least 3 of those games. Under

Ole Miss, 8.5 – It’s tough to see Ole Miss winning more than 8 games this season. The defense will be good. The offense shouldn’t be nearly as good. The schedule is ridiculously tough. Under

Arizona State, 8.5 – The Sun Devils should win more than 8 games this season. ASU’s defense is one of the top units in the Pac 12. The offense will score points. Over

Georgia Tech, 7.5 – Georgia Tech’s defense should be much better in 2015 than it was in 2014. The offense rushes the ball as well as anybody in college football. Over

Wisconsin, 10 – Alabama is on the schedule. But, neither Michigan State nor Ohio State is. Wisconsin should win at least 10 games. Push

Oklahoma, 9 – Expect losses to Tennessee, Baylor and TCU. Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Texas and West Virginia all have a shot at beating Oklahoma as well. Under

Arkansas, 8.5 – Arkansas will be good this year, but 9 wins is asking a lot. The Razorbacks play Texas A&M, Tennessee, Alabama and Auburn all in a row. That’s tough. Under

Stanford, 9 – The Cardinal project to go 10 and 2. They should beat Oregon this season. Losses to USC and Notre Dame are the only 2 that we see. Over

Arizona, 7 – The Wildcats should have no trouble getting to 8 wins this season. They start the season out by playing UTSA, Nevada and Northern Arizona. They play both Washington schools, Colorado and Oregon State. They only have to beat UCLA, Arizona State, USC or Stanford for that eighth win. ‘Zona will upset one of those squads. Over

Missouri, 7.5 – The schedule doesn’t appear that difficult. Missouri doesn’t have to play Alabama, LSU or Auburn this season. Over

Boise State, 9.5 – The Broncos could go undefeated this season. The offense will be dynamite behind an experienced offensive line. The schedule is soft, as usual. Over

Tennessee, 7.5 – The Vols should get 8 wins: Bowling Green, Oklahoma, West Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina, North Texas, Missouri and Vanderbilt. Wait, that’s 10 wins. Yep, Tennessee will be the surprise team in the SEC. Over