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  • Get the 2022 CFB win totals for all 130 FBS college football teams
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Every year, sportsbooks post win total over/unders for the 130 teams in the FBS. Below, we have gathered the CFB win total bets currently available for all teams.

The win-total markets only count the 12 regular-season games played by each team. Conference championships and bowl games do not factor into the over/under for teams’ win-total results.

The first section below lists all FBS teams in alphabetical order along with their win total for the upcoming season. Under the table, find sections for each power conference. Readers can jump to those sections using the following links:

 ACC Win Totals | Big 12 Win Totals | Big Ten Win Totals | Pac-12 Win Totals | SEC Win Totals 

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2022 College Football Win Totals

Team Win Total
Air Force 8.5 (-145o/+125u)
Akron 2.5 (+135o/-160u)
Alabama 10.5 (-230o/+185u)
App State 8.5 (-110o/-110u)
Arizona 2.5 (-125o/+105u)
Arizona State 6.5 (-115o/-105u)
Arkansas 7.5 (+125o/-145u)
Arkansas State 5.0 (-120o/+100u)
Army 8.0 (-115o/-105u)
Auburn 6.5 (+135o/-160u)
Ball State 5.5 (-110o/-110u)
Baylor 7.5 (-130o/+110u)
Boise State 9.5 (+130o/-150u)
Boston College 6.5 (+120o/-140u)
Bowling Green 3.5 (-150o/+130u)
Buffalo 5.5 (-120o/+100u)
BYU 8.5 (+115o/-135u)
Cal 5.5 (-120o/+100u)
Central Michigan 7.5 (-125o/+105u)
Charlotte 4.5 (-105o/-115u)
Cincinnati 9.0 (-130o/+110u)
Clemson 10.5 (+110o/-130u)
Coastal Carolina 8.0 (+120o/-140u)
Colorado 3.5 (+120o/-135u)
Colorado State 5.5 (-145o/+125u)
Connecticut 2.5 (+120o/-140u)
Duke 3.0 (+100o/-120u)
East Carolina 6.5 (+120o/-140u)
Eastern Michigan 6.5 (+135o/-160u)
FAU 5.5 (-150o/+130u)
FIU 3.0 (-140o/+120u)
Florida 7.0 (-130o/+110u)
Florida State 6.5 (+100o/-120u)
Fresno State 8.5 (-125o/+105u)
Georgia 10.5 (-205o/+165u)
Georgia Southern 4.5 (-135o/+115u)
Georgia State 7.5 (+130o/-150u)
Georgia Tech 3.5 (-125o/+105u)
Hawaii 4.5 (+105o/-125u)
Houston 9.0 (-110o/-110u)
Illinois 4.5 (-125o/+105u)
Indiana 4.0 (-110o/-110u)
Iowa 7.5 (-105o/-115u)
Iowa State 6.5 (+100o/-120u)
Kansas 2.5 (+105o/-125u)
Kansas State 6.5 (-135o/+115u)
Kent State 5.0 (-115o/-105u)
Kentucky 7.5 (-160o/+135u)
Liberty 6.5 (-140o/+120u)
Louisiana 8.5 (-120o/+100u)
Louisiana-Monroe 2.5 (-125o/+105u)
Louisiana Tech 4.5 (+100o/-120u)
Louisville 6.5 (-125o/+105u)
LSU 7.0 (-120o/+100u)
Marshall 6.5 (-145o/+125u)
Maryland 6.0 (+100o/-120u)
Massachusetts 2.5 (+125o/-145u)
Memphis 7.5 (+120o/-140u)
Mississippi State 6.5 (-130o/+110u)
Miami 8.5 (+100o/-120u)
Miami-Ohio 6.5 (-135o/+115u)
Michigan 9.5 (-120o/+100u)
Michigan State 7.5 (+100o/-120u)
Middle Tennessee 5.5 (-105o/-115u)
Minnesota 7.5 (+100o/-120u)
Missouri 5.5 (+100o/-120u)
Navy 4.5 (+105o/-125u)
NC State 8.5 (-145o/+125u)
Nebraska 7.5 (-120o/+100u)
Nevada 5.0 (-125o/+105u)
New Mexico 2.5 (+125o/-145u)
New Mexico State 3.0 (-115o/-105u)
North Carolina 7.5 (+115o/-135u)
North Texas 6.54 (-120o+100u)
Northern Illinois 6.5 (-150o/+130u)
Northwestern 4.0 (-120o/+100u)
Notre Dame 8.5 (-125o/+105u)
Ohio 5.5 (-110o/-110u)
Ohio State 10.5 (-205o/+165u)
Oklahoma 9.5 (-110o/-110u)
Oklahoma State 8.5 (-115o/-105u)
Old Dominion 4.5 (+100o/-120u)
Ole Miss 7.5 (-130o/+110u)
Oregon 8.5 (+105o/-125u)
Oregon State 6.5 (+115o/-135u)
Penn State 8.5 (+105o/-125u)
Pitt 8.5 (-125o/+105u)
Purdue 7.5 (+100o/-120u)
Rice 3.5 (+110o/-130u)
Rutgers 4.0 (-110o/-110u)
San Diego State 7.5 (-120o/+100u)
San Jose State 6.5 (+125o/-145u)
SMU 7.0 (-105o/-115u)
South Alabama 5.5 (-110o/-110u)
South Carolina 6.0 (-130o/+110u)
Southern Mississippi 5.5 (-125o/+105u)
Stanford 4.5 (+135o/-160u)
Syracuse 5.0 (+115o/-135u)
TCU 6.5 (-120o/+100u)
Temple 2.5 (-130/+110u)
Tennessee 7.5 (-160o/+135u)
Texas 8.0 (-135o/+115u)
Texas A&M 8.5 (-150o/+130u)
Texas State 5.0 (+110o/-130u)
Texas Tech 5.5 (+100o/-120u)
Toledo 7.5 (+105o/-125u)
Troy 6.5 (+100o/-120u)
Tulane 6.0 (-130o/+110u)
Tulsa 6.0 (+100o/-120u)
UAB 5.5 (+100o/-120u)
UCF 8.5 (+100o/-120u)
UCLA 8.5 (-110o/-110u)
UNLV 4.5 (-130o/+110u)
USC 9.5 (-130o/+110u)
USF 4.5 (-115o/-105u)
Utah 9.0 (-115o/-105u)
Utah State 7.5 (-105o/-115u)
UTEP 5.5 (-125o/+105u)
UTSA 8.5 (+130o/-150u)
Vanderbilt 2.5 (+120o/-140u)
Virginia 7.5 (+120o/-140u)
Virginia Tech 6.5 (+120o/-140u)
Wake Forest 8.5 (+110o/-130u)
Washington 7.5 (+100o/-120u)
Washington State 5.5 (+125o/-145u)
West Virginia 5.5 (-130o/+110u)
Western Kentucky 8.0 (-115o/-105u)
Western Michigan 6.5 (+125o/-145u)
Wisconsin 8.5 (-145o/+125u)
Wyoming 5.0 (+105o/-125u)

Odds as of June 8, 2022, at DraftKings Sportsbook.

[June 8] Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, and Ohio State all opened with win totals at 10.5, the highest on the board. The lowest win total is 2.5, which is shared by ten different teams.

 

2022 ACC Win Totals

The ACC win totals feature a clear favorite in Clemson, who are projected to win at least 10 games in 2022. The Tigers are coming off a disappointing 10-3 campaign in which QB D.J. Uiagalelei struggled as a first-year starter. The tier below Clemson includes Pittsburgh and Miami Florida, who both have a win total of 8.5. The Panthers are the reigning ACC champs, but lost QB Kenny Pickett to the draft plus Biletnikoff winner Jordan Addison to USC. Miami, meanwhile, are beginning a new era with Mario Cristobal as head coach. At the bottom of the ACC win totals is Duke, who are only projected to win three games.

2022 Big 12 Win Totals

The Big 12 win totals have Oklahoma at the top despite a tumultuous offseason in Norman. The Sooners have a win total of 9.5 as they begin a new era with Brent Venables as head coach. Previous head coach Lincoln Riley departed for USC and took five-star quarterback Caleb Williams with him. Oklahoma State sits right behind their Bedlam rivals at 8.5 in the Big 12 win totals, while Texas has a win total of eight as the Quinn Ewers era begins in the the Lone Star State. Reigning Big 12 champs Baylor have a win total of 7.5, while Kansas remains in the Big 12 basement with a win total of 2.5.

2022 Big Ten Win Totals

The Big Ten win totals favor Ohio State returning to the top of the conference. The Buckeyes have the highest win total in the Big Ten at 10.5 after failing to reach the conference title game for the first time since 2016. QB CJ Stroud returns as a Heisman favorite and will have breakout receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba at his disposal. The reigning Big Ten champions, Michigan, have the conference’s second-best win total at 9.5, while Penn State and Wisconsin aren’t far behind with win totals of 8.5. Nebraska has a win total of 7.5 despite only winning one conference game last season, while Northwestern and Indiana have the lowest Big Ten win totals at 4.

2022 Pac-12 Win Totals

The Pac-12 win totals see a new contender leading the way. USC is projected to win over nine games in 2022 after completely revamping their program in the offseason. Lincoln Riley has taken over for previous head coach Clay Helton and has brought a plethora of talent with him. QB Caleb Williams and WR Mario Williams arrive to USC from Oklahoma, while Pittsburgh WR Jordan Addison and Oregon RB Travis Dye were among USC’s transfer additions. Reigning Pac-12 champs Utah have a win total of 9.5, while Oregon and UCLA aren’t far behind at 8.5. Dwelling at the bottom of the Pac-12 win totals is Arizona (2.5).

2022 SEC Win Totals

The SEC win totals range from a high of 10.5 (Alabama and Georgia) down to 2.5 for poor old Vanderbilt. Both the Crimson Tide and Bulldogs are projected to win at least 10 games after facing off the in the National Championship game. Alabama features two of the country’s best players in Heisman winner Bryce Young and edge rusher Will Anderson. UGA, meanwhile, has to retool after losing a whopping 15 players to the NFL Draft. There’s a decent gap between the SEC’s top two programs and the next team, Texas A&M (8.5). The SEC is still a very deep conference, as no team besides Vandy has a lower win total than 5.5.

 

 


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