2022 College Football Win Totals, Picks and Predictions

  • BetUS has Alabama (11.5) and Clemson (11.5) with the highest regular-season win totals in college football
  • Jim Harbaugh’s Wolverines have only a 7.5 win total after years of disappointing in Michigan
  • The over/under for Sam Howell’s Tar Heels is set at 9.5 wins

While Week 0 of the college football season is in the books, the real action starts this Saturday when two National Championship contenders, Georgia and Clemson, clash in Charlotte.

After already making our picks for the national title, the Heisman Trophy and the 4-Team Playoff, today we’ll look at regular season win totals for some of the biggest programs in the NCAA. Be sure to check out our tips for betting on college football games, and head to BetUS, BetOnline, Bovada to see win totals for every school in college football.

NCAAF Regular Season Wins

TeamRegular Season WinsBetUS
AlabamaOver 11½ Wins+110
Under 11½ Wins-140
ClemsonOver 11½ Wins+100
Under 11½ Wins-130
FloridaOver 9 Wins-105
Under 9 Wins-125
GeorgiaOver 10½ Wins-135
Under 10½ Wins+105
Iowa StateOver 9½ Wins-110
Under 9½ Wins-120
LSUOver 8 Wins-145
Under 8 Wins+115
Miami FloridaOver 9 Wins+100
Under 9 Wins-130
MichiganOver 7½ Wins-130
Under 7½ Wins+100
North CarolinaOver 9½ Wins-115
Under 9½ Wins-115
Notre DameOver 8½ Wins-120
Under 8½ Wins-110
Ohio StateOver 11 Wins-120
Under 11 Wins-110
OklahomaOver 11 Wins-130
Under 11 Wins+100
OregonOver 9 Wins-130
Under 9 Wins+100
TexasOver 8 Wins-115
Under 8 Wins-115
Texas A&MOver 9½ Wins-115
Under 9½ Wins-115
USCOver 8½ Wins-115
Under 8½ Wins-115

Michigan OVER 7.5 Wins

When Jim Harbaugh arrived in 2015, Michigan was expected to contend for the national championship, or at the very least, beat their rivals in Ohio State. Expectations for the Wolverines are significantly lower now with a 7.5 win total (-130). But given that Harbaugh has won more than eight games in five of his six years, with the exception being last year’s miserable COVID-shortened season, there’s value in the OVER here.

Michigan will return 17 starters and has a top-15 recruiting class. With a new defensive coordinator and plenty of talent on offense, there’s no reason they shouldn’t win two of their four games against Washington, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Indiana. And, if they don’t, it’s time to end the Harbaugh era in Ann Arbor.

Texas OVER 8 Wins

With a new head coach in Steve Sarkisian and questions at quarterback, offensive line and wide receiver, the Longhorns will not contend in the Big 12 this season. But winning eight regular-season games looks like the worst-case scenario.

Sarkisian will have fun scheming up plays for AP Pre-Season All American running back Bijan Robinson and their defense should be able to hold the fort after bringing in a bunch of transfers. We like Texas to win eight games (-115) on the nose.

MichiganOver 7.5 Wins
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-130
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TexasOver 8 Wins
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-115
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North Carolina UNDER 9.5 Wins

North Carolina enters the season ranked in the AP top 10 for the first time since 1997, with a win total of 9.5 games. Mack Brown turned the Tar Heels around quickly and Sam Howell is expected to be among the first quarterbacks taken in the 2022 NFL Draft. Still, lots of skill position talent departed Chapel Hill, including running backs Javonte Williams and Michael Carter and speedy receiver Dyami Brown.

While they’ll avoid Clemson on their ACC schedule, Notre Dame and Miami will provide stiff challenges. It’s hard to find other guaranteed losses on North Carolina’s schedule, but a double-digit win season will prove just out of reach.

North CarolinaUNDER 9.5 Wins
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-115
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