College Football Over-Under Win Totals For The 2021-2022 Season


College football betting season is 365 days a year, with the futures markets and props available at legal sportsbooks.

There is never a true offseason when it comes to college football, especially from a sports betting perspective. As CFB spring games are played, the excitement for the 2021-2022 CFB season is building. DraftKings Sportsbook has added to that by releasing their opening win totals for nearly half of the FBS programs, including the Power 5 conferences. CFB bettors can now wager on whether or not Alabama wins more or less than 11.5 games, if Texas will win more or less than eight games, and more.

Let’s take a look at the opening and current win totals for the upcoming college football season on DraftKings Sportsbook, with odds, prices, our betting picks and more.

 

 

Win Totals Timeline

A look at how the CFB win totals have moved throughout the college football offseason.

  • Week 0 – Just before. the season began, Clemson and Alabama’s totals were both 11.5 with -130 on the under and +110 on the over.
  • Early August, 2021 – Alabama’s win total remains at 11.5, but juice to the under.
  • July, 2021 – Win totals remain the same throughout the summer.
  • June, 2021 – Four teams have a win total at 11 or more: Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma.
  • May 25th, 2021 – CFB win totals open at DraftKings with Alabama and Clemson at the top.

 

College Football Win Totals 2021

Here is an updated look at the win totals for the 2021-2022 college football season, with the numbers from DraftKings Sportsbook.

Program Win Total at DraftKings Sportsbook
Alabama 11.5
Clemson 11.5
Ohio State 11
Oklahoma 11
Georgia Bulldogs 10.5
Cincinnati 10
Coastal Carolina 10
Louisiana-Lafayette 9.5
North Carolina 9.5
Texas A&M 9.5
UCF 9.5
Wisconsin 9.5
Boise State 9
Florida 9
Iowa State 9
Liberty 9
Miami FL 9
Oregon 9
Appalachian State 8.5
Arizona State 8.5
Houston 8.5
Iowa 8.5
Marshall 8.5
Notre Dame 8.5
Penn State 8.5
Toledo 8.5
USC 8.5
Utah 8.5
Washington 8.5
LSU 8
Oklahoma State 8
San Jose State 8
Texas 8
UTSA 8
Army West Point 7.5
Ball State 7.5
Buffalo 7.5
Florida Atlantic 7.5
Indiana 7.5
Memphis 7.5
Michigan 7.5
Nevada 7.5
Ole Miss 7.5
Pittsburgh 7.5
TCU 7.5
UAB 7.5
Virginia Tech 7.5
Wyoming 7.5
Auburn 7
Boston College 7
BYU 7
Hawaii 7
Kentucky 7
Missouri 7
Ohio 7
Troy 7
UCLA 7
Wake Forest 7
West Virginia 7
Air Force 6.5
California 6.5
Eastern Michigan 6.5
Louisville 6.5
Minnesota 6.5
Nebraska 6.5
North Carolina State 6.5
Northwestern 6.5
San Diego State 6.5
Tulsa 6.5
Virginia 6.5
Central Michigan 6
Fresno State 6
Mississippi State 6
SMU 6
Southern Mississippi 6
Tennessee 6
Washington State 6
Western Michigan 6
Arkansas 5.5
Baylor 5.5
Florida State 5.5
Kansas State 5.5
Kent State 5.5
Maryland 5.5
Miami OH 5.5
Rice 5.5
Tulane 5.5
Western Kentucky 5.5
Charlotte 5
Colorado State 5
East Carolina 5
Georgia State 5
Michigan State 5
Oregon State 5
Purdue 5
South Alabama 5
Texas Tech 5
Arkansas State 4.5
Colorado 4.5
FIU 4.5
Georgia Southern 4.5
Georgia Tech 4.5
Louisiana Tech 4.5
Middle Tennessee 4.5
New Mexico 4.5
Texas State 4.5
Duke 4
North Texas 4
Northern Illinois 4
South Carolina 4
Stanford 4
Illinois Props 3.5
Navy 3.5
Old Dominion 3.5
South Florida 3.5
Utah State 3.5
Vanderbilt 3.5
Syracuse 3
Temple 3
UTEP 3
Arizona 2.5
UConn 2.5
Akron 2
Bowling Green 1.5
Massachusetts 1.5
New Mexico State 1.5
ULM 1.5
UNLV 1.5
Kansas 1

Want to bet on these win totals? Check out DraftKings to place your wagers.

 

Opening College Football Win Totals 2021

Betting on college football win totals can bring bettors a serious edge, as college football lines have notoriously been exploitable. Here is a look at the opening win totals, recently released from DraftKings Sportsbook.

School Opening DraftKings Win Total
Clemson Tigers 11.5 (O +100 / U -125)
Alabama Crimson Tide 11.5 (O +100 / U -125)
Oklahoma Sooners 11 (O -139 / U +110)
Ohio State Buckeyes 11 (O -113/ U -113)
Georgia Bulldogs 10.5 (O +100 / U -125)
UNC Tar Heels 10 (O +110 / U -139)
Wisconsin Badgers 9.5 (O +110 / U -139)
Texas A&M Aggies 9.5 (O +100 / U -125)
Iowa State Cyclones 9.5 (O -159 / U +125)
Miami Florida Hurricanes 9.5 (O -125 / U +100)
UCF Knights 9.5 (O -113 / U -113)
USC Trojans 9 (O +110 / U -139)
Washington Huskies 9 (O +105 / U -134)
Penn State Nittany Lions 9 (O +100 / U -125)
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 9 (O +100 / U -125)
Florida Gators 9 (O -139 / U +110)
Oregon Ducks 9 (O -113/ U -113)
Arizona State Sun Devils 9 (O -113 / U -113)
Utah Utes 8.5 (O +100 / U -125)
LSU Tigers 8.5 (O -113 / U -113)
Iowa Hawkeyes 8.5 (O -113 / U -113)
Texas Longhorns 8 (O +110 / U -139)
Indiana Hoosiers 8 (O +110 / U -139)
Michigan Wolverines 8 (O -113 / U -113)
Ole Miss Rebels 7.5 (O -139/ U +110)
Auburn Tigers 7 (O +110 / U -139)
Pittsburgh Panthers 7 (O +100 / U -125)
Oklahoma State Cowboys 7 (O +100 / U -125)
Missouri Tigers 7 (O -125 / U +100)
TCU Horned Frogs 7 (O -125 / U +100)
Boston College Eagles 7 (O -113 / U -113)
Minnesota Golden Gophers 7 (O -113 / U -113)
UCLA Bruins 7 (O -106 / U -121)
Virginia Tech Hokies 7 (O -103 / U -125)
Louisville Cardinals 6.5 (O +100 / U -139)
West Virginia Mountaineers 6.5 (O +100 / U -125)
Kentucky Wildcats 6.5 (O -167 / U +130)
Wake Forest Demon Deacons 6.5 (O -134/ U +105)
Northwestern Wildcats 6.5 (O -113 / U -113)
Tennessee Volunteers 6 (O +110/ U -139)
Washington State Cougars 6 (O -139 / U +110)
North Carolina State Wolfpack 6 (O -139 / U +110)
Virginia Cavaliers 6 (O -134/ U +106)
Nebraska Cornhuskers 6 (O -113 / U -113)
Maryland Terrapins 5.5 (O +120 / U -152)
Arkansas Razorbacks 5.5 (O +120 / U -152)
Florida State Seminoles 5.5 (O +110 / U -139)
Baylor Bears 5.5 (O +110 / U -139)
California Golden Bears 5.5 (O -121 / U -106)
Kansas State Wildcats 5.5 (O -113 / U -113)
Mississippi State Bulldogs 5.5 (O -113 / U -113)
Purdue Boilermakers 5 (O +120 / U -125)
Colorado Buffaloes 4.5 (O +120 / U -152)
Texas Tech Raiders 4.5 (O -139 / U +110)
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 4.5 (O -113 / U -113)
Oregon State Beavers 4.5 (O -113 / U -113)
Duke Blue Devils 4 (O +135 / U -177)
South Carolina Gamecocks 4 (O +120 / U -152)
Michigan State Spartans 4 (O -129 / U +105)
Stanford Cardinal 3.5 (O -159 / U +125)
Vanderbilt Commodores 3 (O +120 / U -152)
Syracuse Orange 3 (O +110 / U -139)
Illinois Fighting Illini 3 (O -113 / U -113)
Arizona Wildcats 2.5 (O +125 / U -159)
Kansas Jayhawks 1 (O -139 / U +110)

All odds and prices are courtesy of DraftKings.

 

 

BetMGM Opening College Football Win Totals

Here are the opening win totals from BetMGM Sportsbook, released in the summer of 2021.

School BetMGM Opening Win Total
Clemson 11.5
Alabama 11.5
Oklahoma 11
Georgia 10.5
North Carolina 10
Iowa State 9.5
Miami 9.5
Texas A&M 9.5
Wisconsin 9.5
Arizona State 9
Oregon 9
Washington 9
Florida 9
Penn State 9
USC 8.5
LSU 8.5
Iowa 8.5
Texas 8
Oklahoma State 7.5
TCU 7.5
Ole Miss 7.5
Indiana 7.5
Michigan 7.5
UCLA 7
Boston College 7
Pitt 7
Auburn 7
Kentucky 7
Missouri 7
Minnesota 7
West Virginia 6.5
Louisville 6.5
NC State 6.5
Wake Forest 6.5
Northwestern 6.5
Carl 6
Washington State 6
Mississippi State 6
Tennessee 6
Maryland 6
Nebraska 6
Baylor 5.5
Kansas State 5.5
Florida State 5.5
Arkansas 5.5
Georgia Tech 5
Purdue 5
Texas Tech 4.5
Colorado 4.5
Oregon State 4.5
Michigan State 4.5
Stanford 4
Dule 3.5
South Carolina 3.5
Illinois 3.5
Syracuse 3
Vanderbilt 3
Arizona 2.5
Kansas 1.5
Ohio State 1

 

Can the Crimson Tide Win 12 Games?

To no one’s surprise, the Alabama Crimson Tide tops the charts for the win totals market, as their odds are set at 11.5 wins with prices of +100 to the over, and a bit of juice (-125) for the under. Alabama has a 12-game schedule in 2021, so the 11.5 number at DraftKings is essentially wagering on if you believe Alabama will go undefeated.

As you can see, Alabama has some tough games on the docket for this season, including AT Florida, AT Auburn, vs. LSU, and opening night against Miami. The Crimson Tide will be favored in likely each game this season, but with a new quarterback, running back, offensive line and many more players being first year starters, is the under bet at 11.5 full of value?

 

 

Our College Football Win Total Picks

With the 2021 college football win totals being released, the best values can be had now, at the opening odds. Once the odds move, the value will likely disappear as heavy money comes in. Here are our early picks for this year’s college football win totals.

  • Ole Miss o7.5 (-139)
  • Clemson o11.5 (+100)
  • Iowa State o9.5 (-159)
  • Miami u9.5 (+100)
  • UNC u10 (-139)

 

Bet on College Football

Although it may be the “offseason” for college football, there is no such thing as the offseason when it comes to sports betting. Here is a look at some ways to wager on college football futures and Week 1 odds.

Looking for NFL win totals? Check them out, here.

 

College Football Win Totals Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bet on college football?

Yes. Many states allow for college football to be wagered on, depending if it is allowed in that state. Most states that allow for legal sports betting allow for college football betting.

What are college football win totals?

This is betting on how many wins (over or under) a team will have in college football. For example, if Alabama's win total is 11.5, you wager over (12 wins or more) or under (11 wins or less).

How do I bet on college football win totals?

Go to your favorite legal sportsbook, find the college football section, then the futures section or win totals part of the sport. This betting market lets you wager on all win totals available at that particular legal sportsbook.

What is Alabama's 2021 win total?

Alabama's win total is 11.5 for the 2021 season, and bettors will be wagering on the over given how talented their roster is each and every year.