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Winger
08-02-2009, 12:51 PM
http://www.vegasinsider.com/college-football/odds/futures/

2009 COLLEGE FOOTALL WIN TOTALS

Washington State 3

Syracuse 3.5
Army 3.5
Duke 3.5

Washington 4

Vanderbilt 4.5

Virginia 5
Baylor 5
Louisville 5

Hawaii 5.5
Kansas State 5.5
Stanford 5.5
Texas A&M 5.5
Purdue 5.5

UNLV 6
Kentucky 6
Maryland 6
Michigan 6
Minnesota 6
Arizona State 6
Connecticut 6
Cincinnati 6

Colorado 6.5
Auburn 6.5
Missouri 6.5
UCLA 6.5
South Carolina 6.5
Northwestern 6.5

North Carolina State 7
Wake Forest 7
Tennessee 7
Navy 7
Houston
Arizona 7
Arkansas 7
East Carolina 7
Central Michigan 7

Florida State 7.5
Miami-Florida 7.5
Michigan State 7.5
Nevada 7.5
Oregon 7.5
Oregon State 7.5
Pittsburgh 7.5
Wisconsin 7.5

South Florida 8
Rutgers 8
Georgia 8
North Carolina 8
Texas Tech 8
Nebraska 8
Illinois 8
Iowa 8
Kansas 8
Clemson 8

Georgia Tech 8.5
Louisiana State 8.5
Southern Mississippi 8.5
West Virginia 8.5
Notre Dame 8.5

Oklahoma State 9
Utah 9
Virginia Tech 9
Texas Christian 9
Mississippi 9
Brigham Young 9
California 9

Alabama 9.5
Penn State 9.5
Ohio State 9.5
Oklahoma 9.5

Southern California 10

Texas 10.5
Boise State 10.5

Florida 11

Anybody like any of these?

Itamicbomb
08-02-2009, 12:53 PM
Over on Duke. Should get 4 or 5.

WildcatFan8
08-02-2009, 01:47 PM
Under on Florida, ASU, UCLA.

cactuscat62
08-02-2009, 04:30 PM
I like Oregon under 7.5

Other than the two Washington schools...their schedule looks pretty tough.

OOC/@ Boise State, Purdue, Utah

azcat49
08-02-2009, 05:15 PM
Let's see, Furd at 5.5, ASSU at 6 and UCLA at 6.5 are picked above(in the PAC 10) AZ who is at 7.

Blue and Bug should be all over the under.

I have a hard time finding 7 wins for UCLA and 9 wins for Cal (think they get 8). I think I would also take the under on Notre Dame

scumdevils86
08-02-2009, 05:38 PM
Under on Wazzu. :P

Flipper
08-02-2009, 11:44 PM
Over on SC. Should get to 11, maybe undefeated at 12.

I think their defense will be nasty. D line will be better, and the new linebackers will be just as good as the old ones. And of course, Taylor Mays will lead a veteran defensive backfield.

O line will be a year older, which should bode well for all the talent in the backfield. The QB will only have to hand off the ball to the rb's. If he needs to make a pass, there's Damian Williams and the talented Mccoy and Ayles at tight end.

smashmode
08-02-2009, 11:48 PM
Over on USC, Under for WSU