College football win totals released in Vegas

Vegas has spoken.

Cantor Gaming became the first Nevada sportsbook to post college football season win totals Friday.

  • Five teams are set at 10.5: LSU, Alabama, Southern Cal, Oregon and Florida State.
  • UNLV had the lowest, with the Rebels projected with just 2.5 wins. Duke and Ole Miss were set at 3.5, and Kentucky at 4.5.
  • There doesn’t appear to be an overwhelming favorite in the Big Ten with Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes, Nebraska, Michigan State, Michigan and Wisconsin all set at 8.5. 
  • SEC newcomers Texas A&M and Missouri were set at 7.5, the same as Florida, Mississippi State and Auburn.
  • Big 12 newcombers West Virginia and TCU are both set at 8.5, the same at Texas and Oklahoma State.
  • Georgia was a notable omission, as oddsmakers struggle to gauge the impact of the Bulldogs’ off-the-field issues.
  • Embattled Penn State was set at 6.5 under first-year coach Bill O’Brien. The Nittany Lions have not won fewer than seven games since 2004.
  • Mike Leach’s first Washington State team is projected at 5.5 wins.

 Cantor operates multiple Las Vegas sportsbooks, including at the Venetian, M Resort, Tropicana, Hard Rock and more. 

2012 College Football Season Win Totals

(Courtesy of Cantor Gaming. Conference championship and bowl games do not count).


LSU 10.5 (-175u)

Alabama 10.5 (-165u) 

Arkansas 8.5 (-170o)

South Carolina 8.5 (-130o) 

Florida 7.5 (-170o)

Mississippi State 7.5 (-125u)

Tennessee 7.5 (-160u)

Missouri 7.5 (-160u)

Auburn 7.5 (-140u)

Texas A&M 7.5 (-175u)

Vanderbilt 5.5 (-165o) 

Kentucky 4.5 (-130u)

Mississippi 3.5 (-160o)



Florida State 10.5 (-210u)

Virginia Tech 9.5 (-150u)

Clemson 8.5 (-140o)

North Carolina 7.5 (-130o)

Georgia Tech 7.5 (-125o) 

North Carolina State 7.5 (-120)

Miami 6.5 (-125o)

Pac 12 

USC 10.5 (-135u)

Oregon 10.5 (-165u)

Stanford 7.5 (-150o)

Washington 7.5 (-155u)

California 6.5 (-135o)

UCLA 5.5 (-150o)

Washington State 5.5 (-125o)

Arizona State 5.5 (-150u)

Big East

Louisville 8.5 (-140o)

Rutgers 7.5 (-150u)

Pitt 7.5 (-150)

Cincinnati 7.5


Illinois 6.5 (-120o)

Penn State 6.5 (-150o)

Iowa 7.5 (-140)

Nebraska 8.5 (-125o)

Michigan State 8.5 (-140o)

Michigan 8.5 (-160o)

Wisconsin 8.5 (-160o)

Ohio State 8.5 (-180o)

Big 12

Oklahoma State 8.5 (-160u) 

TCU 8.5 (-145u)

West Virginia 8.5 (-160o)

Texas 8.5 (-160o)

Oklahoma 9.5 (-190o)

Kansas State 7.5 (-135u)


Notre Dame 8.5 (-175u)

BYU 8.5 (-145u)

Boise State 9.5 (-120u) 

Nevada 8.5 (-160u)

Navy 7.5 (-150)

UNLV 2.5 (-170o)