Best 2019 College Football Win Total Bets for Each Conference.

Best 2019 College Football Win Total Bets for Each Conference

Written by on July 23, 2019

College football season is almost here! The Power 5 conferences always seem to dominate the landscape of college football. The same goes for the betting world. Let’s take a look at some over/under win total predictions from the Power 5 conferences that could lead to big profit!

Best 2019 College Football Win Total Bets for Each Conference

Texas Longhorns – Over/Under 9.5 Wins

Some considered the Longhorns to be a bit of disappointment heading into the bowl season. But after the beating that the Longhorns put on the Georgia Bulldogs, everyone forgot about the regular season and began touting the 2019 Longhorns as a national championship contender. In a conference known for its high octane offenses, Texas will have one of the better defenses in the Big 12. However, will that be enough to lead the Longhorns to some tough road victories? Texas travels to West Virginia, Iowa State, and Baylor. All three places are very tough places to play. And let’s not forget the Red River Rivalry game that is played at a neutral site. Even with the loss of Kyler Murray, Oklahoma will still have one of the best offenses in the country. Led by Alabama transfer Jalen Hurts, the Sooners will still be a point-scoring machine. Another potential stumbling block is LSU. This will be a home game for the Longhorns, but LSU will be tough to beat early in the season. The strength of the Longhorns schedule is hard to overlook. Many people will overvalue the victory of Georgia. Take the under on this one.

Auburn Tigers – Over/Under 8 Wins

Gus Malzahn is under pressure this year. Auburn, which enters the season rated 22nd, hasn’t lived up to expectations the last couple of years, and Malzahn is on the hot seat. With this year’s opening game against Oregon, and a very rough SEC schedule including games at LSU, Texas A & M, and Florida, the Tigers could be in trouble. Factor in games against Georgia and Alabama, and we can’t see the Tigers getting to 8 wins. UNDER!

Clemson Tigers – Over/Under 11 Wins

Why wouldn’t the defending national champions be picked to win 11 games? Clemson did lose most of their vaunted defensive line, along with some skill players, but places like Clemson just reload with their next crop of four and five-star recruits. Let’s not forget Heisman trophy candidate Trevor Lawrence will be leading one of the nation’s top offenses. Schedule-wise, Clemson should dominate the ACC. Florida State is in a transition phase. Georgia Tech no longer runs the triple option. A road game at Syracuse could be problematic, but the rest of the ACC shouldn’t pose much of a threat for the Tigers. A trip to Texas A&M will be tough for the Tigers. In year two of the Jimbo Fisher era, the Aggies and the 12th man will be primed to upset the Tigers. The overlooks like the best bet here.

Washington Huskies – Over/Under 9.5 Wins

The Pac 12 should be a two-team race. The Huskies and the Oregon Ducks should be the cream of the crop in the Pac 12. Although Washington lost starting quarterback Jake Browning, he’ll be replaced by former top recruit Jacob Eason. With Washington hosting their toughest opponents (USC, Oregon, Utah, Washington State) at home this year, the schedule is set up favorably for the Huskies. The overlooks like a really good play here.

Illinois Fighting Illini – Over/Under 4.5

The Illini have been rebuilding for the last three years. They started a very young group last year that showed some flashes. With a dynamic, young quarterback taking over the helm, could this be the year that the Illini take a step up? Lovie Smith will be on the hot seat if the Illini don’t make some improvements this year. With an early season schedule that has the Illini playing Akron, UConn, Eastern Michigan, and Rutgers, the Illini should be able to take those four games and then find another win or two somewhere else on the schedule. Take the over.