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College football countdown: Season win totals posted at Las Vegas sportsbook

Alabama is expected to win more games than any other SEC team, according to the first college football season win totals posted in Las Vegas.

Sportsbook operator CG Technology, formerly Cantor Gaming, posted win totals on every SEC team Tuesday. (Editor’s note: CGT followed with win totals on the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12 later in the week. Those can be found below the SEC win totals posted at the bottom of story).

Alabama leads the pack in the SEC at 10.5 (-120o). The Crimson Tide enter the season having been favored in 54 straight games and are expected to be favored in each of their 12 regular-season games this year. Their non-conference schedule is SEC soft, with the opener against West Virginia being the only matchup with a Power-5 conference team. (Alabama is a 23.5-point favorite over the Mountaineers at offshore sportsbook 5Dimes.eu). The Tide avoids the two top teams from the East (Georgia and South Carolina) and get Auburn at home to end the season. Alabama travels to LSU on Nov. 8.

Tennessee attracted early action. After opening at 5 (-120u), enough OVER money came in on the Vols to even out the juice at -100. Tennessee’s non-conference schedule is highlighted by a trip to Norman to face highly-touted Oklahoma. The Vols, who have no returning starters on the offensive line, play Alabama and Ole Miss from the West.

Expectations remain low at Kentucky. CG Technology’s oddsmakers pegged the Wildcats’ season win total at 3.5 (-150o). Kentucky has lost 16 consecutive SEC games, going 2-14 against the spread in those games.

Offshore, 5Dimes has win totals posted on many more teams, but CG Technology is first up in Nevada.

SEC Win Totals

(CG Technology‘s opening numbers)

East

South Carolina 9.5 -125o

UGA 9 -125o

Missouri  8 -130o

Florida 8 -140u

Vanderbilt 6 (flat)

Tennessee 5 -120u

Kentucky 3.5 -15o0

West

Alabama 10.5 -120o

Auburn 9.5

LSU 9 -130u

Ole Miss 7.5 -120u

Mississippi State 7 -130o

Texas A&M 7 -135u

Arkansas 4.5 -125o

Big Ten Season Win totals 

(CG Technologies released these Wednesday)

Maryland 6.5 -130u

Michigan 8 -140u

Michigan State 9.5 -140o

Minnesota 6.5 -115 flat

Nebraska 8 -130o

Iowa 8.5 140o

Illinois 5 -115 flat

Indiana 5 flat

Northwestern 6 -140o

Ohio State 10.5 -150o

Penn State 8 -135u

Purdue 3.5 -155o

Rutgers 4.5 -135o

Wisconsin 9.5 -135o

Big 12 Season Win Totals

Baylor 9.5 -125o

Iowa State 3.5 -150o

Kansas 3 -130u

Kansas State 8 -125u

Oklahoma 10 -115 flat

Oklahoma State 7.5 -120o

TCU 6.5 -140o

Texas 8 -125o

Texas Tech 7 -115 flat

West Virginia 4.5 -125u

Pac-12 Season Win Totals

Oregon State 7 -125o

Stanford 8.5 -130o

UCLA 9.5 -115 flat

USC 9.5 -140u

Utah 4.5 -130o

Washington 9 -140o

Washington State 5.5 -130o

Arizona 7 -135u

Arizona State 8 -130o

California 2.5 -125o

Colorado 4 -125o

Oregon 10.5 -130o

ACC Season Win Totals

Boston College 5 -125o

Clemson 9 -120u

Duke 8.5 -110u

Florida State 11 -140o

Georgia Tech 8 -125u

Louisville 8 -130u

Miami 7.5 -130o

NC State 5.5 -145o

North Carolina 7 -150o

Pittsburgh 7 -120o

Syracuse 5.5 -115 flat

Virginia 3.5 -125u

Virginia Tech 8 -135o

Wake Forest 4 -140o

Miscellaneous Season Win Totals

Boise State 10 -115 flat

BYU 9 -135o

Notre Dame 8.5 -150u