2022 College Football Win Totals: Odds on Top 25

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College football season win totals are available at sportsbooks, including DraftKings. Here are season win total odds on the top-25 projected teams heading into the 2022 season.

CFB Season Win Totals (DraftKings)

CFB Season Win Total OddsDraftKings
Alabama O 10.5 (-280)
U 10.5 (+220)
Ohio StateO 10.5 (-250)
U 10.5 (+200)
GeorgiaO 10.5 (-240)
U 10.5 (+195)
UtahO 9 (-125)
U 9 (+105)
ClemsonO 10.5 (-130)
U 10.5 (+110)
Notre DameO 8.5 (-150)
U 8.5 (+130)
OklahomaO 9.5 (-125)
U 9.5 (+105)
MichiganO 9.5 (-125)
U 9.5 (+105)
Texas A&MO 8.5 (-150)
U 8.5 (+130)
BaylorO 7.5 (-150)
U 7.5 (+130)
NC StateO 8.5 (-150)
U 8.5 (+130)
USCO 9.5 (-110)
U 9.5 (-110)
Oklahoma St.
O 8.5 (-125)
U 8.5 (+105)
OregonO 8.5 (-135)
U 8.5 (+115)
WisconsinO 8.5 (-145)
U 8.5 (+225)
ArkansasO 7.5 (-150)
U 7.5 (+130)
CincinnatiO 9 (-140)
U 9 (+120)
Penn StateO 8.5 (-125)
U 8.5 (+105)
Miami O 8.5 (-125)
U 8.5 (+105)
Michigan State O 7.5 (-130)
U 7.5 (+110)
Wake ForestO 9 (-125)
U 9 (+105)
HoustonO 9 (-125)
U 9 (+105)
KentuckyO 8 (-120)
U 8 (+100)
TennesseeO 7.5 (-170)
U 7.5 (+145)
PittsburghO 8.5 (-120)
U 8.5 (+100)

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The Over/Under 10.5 Club

Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, and Clemson all check in with a season win total of 10.5 at DraftKings.


Alabama’s 12-game regular season features some stiff competition with games against Texas, Texas A&M, LSU, and Auburn. If the Crimson Tide run that table — or take three of those four games — they have a great chance to surpass 10.5 wins.

Alabama QB Bryce Young (9) celebrates a long TD pass against Miami.
DraftKings Sportsbook opened Alabama’s season win total at 10.5. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Icon Sportswire)

Reigning Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young is back at QB for another talented Alabama team. Young ranked second in the country last year with 4,872 yards, and he also threw for 47 TDs.

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Georgia finally got the better of Alabama, 33-18, in the College Football Playoff title game back in January. Georgia’s defense played an integral part in last year’s national championship. Defensive lineman Travon Walker ended up being the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft for Jacksonville. The Georgia defense returns only three starters, and it will have to gel together quickly to surpass the 10.5 season win total.

Georgia gets a stiff early test when facing Oregon in the season opener on September 3. Other big tests come against Auburn, Florida, Tennessee, and Mississippi State in conference play.

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Ohio State

Ohio State faces Notre Dame in the season opener on September 3. Many expect the Buckeyes to be in the mix for the national championship this season. They can make a big statement in Week 1 with a convincing victory over the Fighting Irish. Ohio State was listed as a -15.5 favorite at DraftKings as of Tuesday, August 9.

PFF ranks Ohio State QB CJ Stroud as the fourth-best QB in the nation entering the new season. Ohio State lost two talented wide receivers in Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave. Both players were early selections in this year’s NFL Draft.

Jaxon Smith-Njigba returns to lead the wide receiving corps. In his last game, Njigba had a monster effort with 15 catches, 336 yards, and three touchdowns in a 48-45 win over Utah in the Rose Bowl. Smith-Njigba topped PFF’s list of the best WRs in the nation this season.

Ohio State faces solid competition in conference play. Wisconsin, Michigan State, Penn State, and Michigan are all on the schedule this year.

Also read: How Bryce Young, CJ Stroud stack up in Heisman odds


Clemson is coming off a “down” year that saw it finish with a 10-3 overall record. It lost ACC supremacy to Pitt, which won the conference title under the direction of QB Kenny Pickett, now with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Dabo Swinney, who led the Tigers to 14- and 15-win seasons in the two previous years, has won at least 10 games for 11-straight years.

Clemson’s offense is again led by QB D.J. Uiagalelei, who was inconsistent last year. Freshman Cade Klubnik could also see some action if that continues early this season. Clemson’s offense ranked 99th in the nation overall in 2021.

One late game could swing Clemson’s result in going over or under 10.5 wins. The Tigers travel to Boston College on October 8, and the Eagles have given them fits the last two years. Boston College lost 19-13 at Clemson last year after another six-point loss in 2020.

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USC is Another Team to Watch in 2022

USC, with a season win total of 9.5, could be the most improved team in the country this year. The Trojans were a 4-8 dumpster fire last year. But USC swayed former Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley to help resurrect the once-storied program.

Riley has effectively overhauled the USC roster. The NCAA’s transfer portal funneled several key players including former Oklahoma QB Caleb Williams to USC. The Trojans also have two new starters at RB in Travis Dye (Oregon) and Austin Jones (Stanford), along with standout WR Jordan Addison (Pitt).

Riley’s up-tempo teams at Oklahoma had no trouble piling up points, and that will likely be the case at USC this season. The question comes on defense, where the Trojans gave up a whopping 31.8 points per game last year.

Additional CFB Futures Bets to Make

At Gaming Today, we publish several stories to help you make successful futures bets on college football.

  • Alabama is the betting favorite at most sportsbooks in CFP National Championship odds, but our Travis Pulver believes there are better bets to make in this futures market.
  • Here’s Pulver’s look at Heisman Trophy odds, including his effort to find value with some longshots.
  • Ohio State has won the Big Ten football title eight of the past 11 years, but Michigan, under head coach Jim Harbaugh, finally defeated the Buckeyes last season. Mariah Janos examines the Big Ten odds landscape.
  • Clemson is favored to win its conference title this year after it was unseated by Pitt in 2021. NC State and Boston College are both intriguing choices in ACC football odds if you’re willing to fade the favorite.
  • Pac-12 odds suggest a wide-open championship race. Can USC turn its fortunes around in a single season, or will Utah and UCLA take top honors this year?

Frequently Asked Questions

Who has the best odds for the college football championship?

Alabama is the betting favorite at DraftKings, which was dealing the Crimson Tide at +175 as of Tuesday, August 9.

Do bowl games count towards college football win totals?

No. The win total is based on regular-season games only. Non-conference games do count toward season win totals, but conference championship games, bowl games, and CFP games do not.

Who is the winningest team in college football?

The Michigan Wolverines have 976 wins heading into the 2022 season, the most in college football history, according to Wikipedia. Ohio State and Alabama have 942 wins apiece.

Who has the most wins in FBS history?

Michigan. The Wolverines have 976 wins in program history. Alabama is second on the list with 942.

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