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College Win Totals posted
Game of the Year Odds

5Dimes.eu has released season win totals for the 2015 college football season. To the surprise of nobody, the highest tally of victories belongs to the defending champs, as Ohio State is at 11 ('under' -140, 'over' +100).

Urban Meyer's team returns eight starters on offense and seven on defense, according to Phil Steele, who ranks OSU's schedule as the 42nd-toughest in the nation (based on foes' records in 2014). The Buckeyes open the season in a revenge spot at Virginia Tech on a Monday night. They host Hawaii, Northern Illinois and Western Michigan in non-conference games.

Ohio State doesn't have to play Wisconsin from the opposite division, and it gets to host Michigan St. at The 'Shoe. The Bucks close the regular season at The Big House in the first matchup between Meyer and Jim Harbaugh. The offshore book has OSU favored by 9.5 points over the Wolverines (-120 either way for Games of the Year lines).

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The second-highest win totals (10) belong to Marshall (-120 either way), TCU ('under' -125, 'over' -115), Baylor ('under' -160, 'over' +120) and Wisconsin ('under' -210, 'over' +160). The Horned Frogs are bringing back nine starters on offense and five on defense (per Phil Steele) from a team that lost just once (at Baylor after blowing 21-point fourth-quarter lead) last season. They open at Minnesota.

Six schools have totals of 9.5 wins at various odds.

Those teams include Alabama, Michigan State, UCLA, Boise State, Florida State and Oregon.

Why does Nick Saban's team have a lower win total than the last several years? Simple answer: tougher schedule. Unlike past seasons when other SEC West schools, particularly LSU, had tougher slates and drew tougher SEC East foes, it is the Tide that has a pair of tough opponents from the East. They play at Georgia on Oct. 3 and the annual game against Tennessee, albeit at home, is expected to be much more daunting with the Volunteers poised to field their best team many years.

FSU ('under' -140, 'over' +100) lost tons of talent, including QB Jameis Winston, and bring back only four offensive starters. Unlike last year's regular-season slate, the Seminoles have to play Ga. Tech and must do so on The Flats in Midtown Atlanta. They also must go on the road to take on Clemson and Florida.

2015 College Football Win Totals

Odds provided by 5Dimes.eu

Air Force
Over 6 -130
Under 6 -110

Alabama
Over 9½ -145
Under 9½ +105

Arizona
Over 7 -140
Under 7 +100

Arizona State
Over 8½ +130
Under 8½ -170

Arkansas
Over 8½ +120
Under 8½ -160

Arkansas State
Over 7 -140
Under 7 +100

Army
Over 3½ -155
Under 3½ +115

Appalachian State
Over 8½ -175
Under 8½ +135

Auburn
Over 8½ +100
Under 8½ -140

Ball State
Over 7 +120
Under 7 -160

Baylor
Over 10 +120
Under 10 -160

Boise State
Over 9½ -110
Under 9½ -130

Boston College
Over 5½ -135
Under 5½ -105

Bowling Green
Over 5 -120
Under 5 -120

Buffalo U
Over 5½ +115
Under 5½ -155

BYU
Over 8½ +140
Under 8½ -180

California
Over 5 -130
Under 5 -110

Central Florida
Over 7 -120
Under 7 -120

Central Michigan
Over 4 -150
Under 4 +110

Charlotte
Over 2½ -130
Under 2½ -110

Clemson
Over 8½ -170
Under 8½ +130

Colorado
Over 4½ -140
Under 4½ +100

Connecticut
Over 3 -125
Under 3 -115

Duke
Over 7 -150
Under 7 +110

East Carolina
Over 7 -120
Under 7 -120

Eastern Michigan
Over 1½ -185
Under 1½ +145

Florida Atlantic
Over 5 -130
Under 5 -110

Florida International
Over 6 +110
Under 6 -150

Florida State
Over 9½ +100
Under 9½ -140

Fresno State
Over 4 -115
Under 4 -125

Georgia
Over 9 -135
Under 9 -105

Georgia State
Over 2½ -140
Under 2½ +100

Georgia Tech
Over 7½ -160
Under 7½ +120

Hawaii
Over 6 +115
Under 6 -155

Houston
Over 8½ +105
Under 8½ -145

Idaho
Over 3½ -130
Under 3½ -110

Illinois
Over 3½ -140
Under 3½ +100

Indiana
Over 6 +140
Under 6 -180

Iowa State
Over 3 -140
Under 3 +100

Kansas
Over 1½ -260
Under 1½ +180

Kansas State
Over 7 -130
Under 7 -110

Kentucky
Over 6 -120
Under 6 -120

Kent State
Over 4½ +100
Under 4½ -140

UL Lafayette
Over 8 +100
Under 8 -140

UL Monroe
Over 4 -150
Under 4 +110

Louisiana Tech
Over 8 -115
Under 8 -125

Louisville
Over 7½ +105
Under 7½ -145

LSU
Over 8 -115
Under 8 -125

Marshall
Over 10 -120
Under 10 -120

Maryland
Over 4½ -120
Under 4½ -120

Massachusetts
Over 4½ -150
Under 4½ +110

Memphis
Over 8½ -105
Under 8½ -135

Miami Florida
Over 5½ -160
Under 5½ +120

Miami Ohio
Over 4 -110
Under 4 -130

Michigan
Over 7½ -140
Under 7½ +100

Michigan State
Over 9½ -140
Under 9½ +100

Middle Tennessee
Over 7 -105
Under 7 -135

Minnesota
Over 5½ -140
Under 5½ +100

Mississippi
Over 8½ -110
Under 8½ -130

Mississippi State
Over 7 -110
Under 7 -130

Nebraska
Over 8 -120
Under 8 -120

Nevada
Over 7 -115
Under 7 -125

New Mexico
Over 4½ -135
Under 4½ -105

New Mexico State
Over 3 -130
Under 3 -110

North Carolina
Over 8 -115
Under 8 -125

North Texas
Over 5 -120
Under 5 -120

Northern Illinois
Over 8½ +120
Under 8½ -160

Northwestern
Over 6½ +110
Under 6½ -150

Notre Dame
Over 9 +110
Under 9 -150

Ohio
Over 5 -115
Under 5 -125

Ohio State
Over 11 +100
Under 11 -140

Oklahoma
Over 9 -110
Under 9 -130

Oklahoma State
Over 7 -130
Under 7 -110

Old Dominion
Over 4½ -145
Under 4½ +105

Oregon
Over 9½ -165
Under 9½ +125

Oregon State
Over 4 -110
Under 4 -130

Pittsburgh
Over 6 -120
Under 6 -120

Purdue
Over 4 -145
Under 4 +105

Rutgers
Over 5 -145
Under 5 +105

San Jose State
Over 4 -125
Under 4 -115

South Alabama
Over 3½ -135
Under 3½ -105

South Carolina
Over 7 -120
Under 7 -120

South Florida
Over 4 -105
Under 4 -135

SMU
Over 2½ -110
Under 2½ -130

Southern Miss
Over 4½ +115
Under 4½ -155

Stanford
Over 9 +100
Under 9 -140

Syracuse
Over 4½ -125
Under 4½ -115

Temple
Over 7 -130
Under 7 -110

Texas
Over 6½ +160
Under 6½ -210

Texas A&M
Over 7½ -135
Under 7½ -105

TCU
Over 10 -115
Under 10 -125

Texas San Antonio
Over 2½ -170
Under 2½ +130

Texas State
Over 7 -120
Under 7 -120

Texas Tech
Over 6 -105
Under 6 -135

Toledo
Over 7 -140
Under 7 +100

Troy
Over 4 -150
Under 4 +110

Tulane
Over 5 -120
Under 5 -120

Tulsa
Over 5 -105
Under 5 -135

UCLA
Over 9½ +100
Under 9½ -140

UNLV
Over 2½ +145
Under 2½ -185

USC
Over 8½ -105
Under 8½ -135

Utah State
Over 8 +125
Under 8 -165

UTEP
Over 6 -120
Under 6 -120

Vanderbilt
Over 3 -135
Under 3 -105

Virginia
Over 4½ -115
Under 4½ -125

Virginia Tech
Over 8 +105
Under 8 -145

Wake Forest
Over 3½ -125
Under 3½ -115

Washington
Over 4 -185
Under 4 +145

Washington State
Over 5 -130
Under 5 -110

West Virginia
Over 8 +140
Under 8 -180

Western Michigan
Over 8 -120
Under 8 -120

Wisconsin
Over 10 +160
Under 10 -210

Wyoming
Over 5 -120
Under 5 -120

Odds Subject to Change - Not All Schools Listed - Updated May 26, 2015

  
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