2022 College Football Season Win Total – Best Bets for Power 5 Teams

Kirk Ferentz on the sidelines coaching the Iowa Hawkeyes college football team

Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz attends an NCAA non-conference football game against Kent State, Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa. 210918 Kent St Iowa Fb 064 Jpg

  • 2022 opening college football win totals released for Power Five teams
  • Alabama, Clemson, Georgia and Ohio State are the favorites to win the most games
  • Read below to see the projected college football win totals in 2022, plus the best bets

The start of the college football season is just under two months away, and bettors have released the win totals for each FBS team.

Four BFC teams have the highest total of 10.5 – Alabama, Clemson, Georgia and Ohio State, while Arizona, Kansas and Vanderbilt all have a win total of 2.5, the lowest in the picture.

The table below shows the total college football wins for the 65 P5 teams. Below the chart, find my top three college football win total bets.

Opening 2022 college football win totals

Crew Total wins
Alabama 10.5 (O -240/U +195)
Arizona 2.5 (O -140/U +120)
Arizona State 6.5 (O +120/U -140)
Arkansas 7.5 (U -145/O +125)
Auburn 6.5 (U -160/O +135)
Baylor 7.5 (O -150/U +130)
Boston College 6.5 (U -130/O +110)
California 5.5 (O -120/U +100)
Clemson 10.5 (U -130/O +110)
Colorado 3 (U-110/O-110)
duke 3 (U -120/O +100)
Florida 7 (O -125/U +105)
state of florida 6.5 (O -125/U +105)
Georgia 10.5 (O -220/U +180)
Georgia Technology 3.5 (O -125/U +105)
Illinois 4.5 (O -125/U +105)
Indiana 4 (O -120/U +100)
Iowa 7.5 (U-115/O-105)
Iowa State 6.5 (U -120/O +100)
Kansas 2.5 (U-110/O-110)
Kansas State 6.5 (O -135/U +115)
Kentucky 8 (O-115/U-105)
Louisville 6.5 (U -125/O +105)
USL 7 (U-135/O+115)
Maryland 6 (U-120/O+100)
Miami 8.5 (U -120/O +100)
Michigan 9.5 (O -125/U +105)
state of michigan 7.5 (O -130/U +110)
Minnesota 7.5 (U -120/O +100)
Mississippi State 6.5 (O -125/U +105)
Missouri 5.5 (U -120/O +100)
Nebraska 7.5 (O-110/U-110)
North Carolina 7.5 (U-135/O+115)
North Carolina State 8.5 (O -150/U +130)
North West 4 (U -120/O +100)
our Lady 8.5 (O -130/U +110)
ohio state 10.5 (O -235/U +190)
Oklahoma 9.5 (U -120/O +100
Oklahoma State 8.5 (U-115/O-105
Ole Miss 7.5 (O -135/U +115)
Oregon 8.5 (U-115/O-105)
Oregon State 6.5 (U -135/O +115)
Penn State 8.5 (U -125/O +105)
Pittsburgh 8.5 (O-110/U-110)
Purdue 7.5 (U -120/O +100)
Rutgers 4 (U -120/O +100)
Caroline from the south 6 (O -125/U +105)
Stanford 4.5 (U -140/O +120)
Syracuse 5 (U -130/O +110)
TOS 6.5 (O -125/U +105)
Tennessee 7.5 (O -160/U +135)
Texas 8 (O -145/U +125)
Texas A&M 8.5 (O -150/U +130)
Texas technology 5.5 (U -120/O +100)
UCLA 8.5 (U-115/O-105)
USC 9.5 (O -125/U +105)
Utah 9 (U-115/O-105)
Vanderbilt 2.5 (U -140/O +120)
Virginia 7.5 (U-150/O+130)
Virginia Tech 6.5 (U-145/O+125)
WakeForest 8.5 (U -130/O +110)
Washington 7.5 (U-115/O-105)
washington state 5.5 (U -125/O +105)
West Virginia 5.5 (O -130/U +110)
Wisconsin 8.5 (O -145/U +125)

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Alabama is at the top of the National Championship odds for 2022, while Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud is the favorite in the Heisman Trophy odds.

College football win totals do not include conference championship games or CFP. That being said, let’s move on to my top three win total bets for the regular season.

McKee improves Stanford

David Shaw was once one of the hottest names in coaching gossip, continually tied to NFL jobs. However, Shaw’s stock has fallen as Stanford is 11-19 combined over the past three seasons, including just 3-9 in 2021.

However, having a talented quarterback like No. 2 Tanner McKee makes it likely Stanford can win at least five games this coming season.

McKee came off the bench in Game 1 of last season against Kansas State, quickly won the starting job and threw for 2,327 yards while tying the school’s freshman record for touchdown passes with 15 The brand was established by Steve Stenstrom in 1991.

McKee has a potential favorite target in second-year tight end Benjamin Yurosek, who averaged 15.6 yards per reception last season. Stanford’s defense is also expected to improve in part thanks to cornerback Kyu Blu Kelly, who had two interceptions and broke up nine passes in 2021.

  • Pick: Stanford on 4.5 wins (+120)

Pump the brakes on USC

Excitement is high at USC after Lincoln Riley was lured from Oklahoma to take over the program. That should be a major improvement over Clay Helton, who was fired two games last season when the Trojans slipped to a 4-8 record.

Riley brought quarterback Caleb Williams with him from Norman and enticed All-America wide receiver Jordan Addison to be traded from Pittsburgh. As a true freshman last year, Williams beat preseason Heisman Trophy favorite Spencer Rattler and passed for 1,912 yards and 21 touchdowns.

The infusion of talent should undoubtedly improve USC and it’s the Pac-12’s top pick in college football conference title odds. However, Riley still has some work to do before the Trojans can reach the top echelon of college football and it likely won’t happen in one season.

  • Pick: USC Under 9.5 Wins (+105)

USC national championship odds drop dramatically after Caleb Williams announces transfer to Trojans

Personnel changes rejuvenate Iowa

Longtime coach Kirk Ferentz knew Iowa’s offense needed fixing after the Hawkeyes finished 99e in the FBS by scoring (23.4) last season and 121st in full violation (303.7). So, Ferentz made the difficult decision to demote his son Brian Ferentz from offensive coordinator to quarterbacks coach.

Iowa has two intriguing QBs who will try to bring the Hawkeyes’ stuffy offense into the modern era. Spencer Petras has started 10 games in his career and Alex Padilla won all three of his starts last season.

Iowa has seven returning starters on both sides of the ball from a team that went 10-4 in 2021. However, a different offensive look is what should really rejuvenate the Hawkeyes and make them a force in the Big Ten.

  • Pick: Iowa Over 7.5 wins (-105)

John Perrotto

sports editor

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