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Bodog – 2011 NCAA Regular Season Win Totals

08/10/2011

2011 NCAA Regular Season Win Totals

2011 Regular Season Wins – Alabama Crimson Tide
Over 10 (-165)
Under 10 (+135)


2011 Regular Season Wins – Arizona Wildcats

Over 6½ (+160)
Under 6½ (-200)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Auburn Tigers
Over 6½ (+105)
Under 6½ (-135)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Baylor Bears
Over 6½ (+110)
Under 6½ (-140)


2011 Regular Season Wins – Boise State Broncos

Over 10 (-265)
Under 10 (+205)


2011 Regular Season Wins – Clemson Tigers

Over 7 (-140)
Under 7 (+110)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Florida Gators
Over 8 (+145)
Under 8 (-175)


2011 Regular Season Wins – Florida State Seminoles

Over 10 (+135)
Under 10 (-165)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Georgia Bulldogs
Over 8 (-200)
Under 8 (+160)


2011 Regular Season Wins – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Over 6 (-135)
Under 6 (+105)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Iowa Hawkeyes
Over 8 (+145)
Under 8 (-175)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Kansas State Wildcats
Over 5½ (-135)
Under 5½ (+105)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Kentucky Wildcats
Over 6 (-125)
Under 6 (-105)

2011 Regular Season Wins – LSU Tigers
Over 9½ (+120)
Under 9½ (-150)



2011 Regular Season Wins – Miami Hurricanes

Over 8 (-115)
Under 8 (-115)


2011 Regular Season Wins – Michigan Wolverines

Over 7 (-140)
Under 7 (+110)


2011 Regular Season Wins – Michigan State Spartans

Over 7 (-250)
Under 7 (+195)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Mississippi State Bulldogs
Over 7 (-160)
Under 7 (+130)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Missouri Tigers
Over 7½ (-160)
Under 7½ (+130)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Nebraska Cornhuskers
Over 10 (+125)
Under 10 (-155)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Over 9 (EVEN)
Under 9 (-130)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Ohio State Buckeyes
Over 9 (+160)
Under 9 (-200)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Oklahoma Sooners
Over 10 (-135)
Under 10 (+105)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Oklahoma State Cowboys
Over 8 (-200)
Under 8 (+160)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Oregon Ducks
Over 9½ (-135)
Under 9½ (+105)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Oregon State Beavers
Over 7 (+165)
Under 7 (-205)


2011 Regular Season Wins – Penn State Nittany Lions

Over 8 (+110)
Under 8 (-140)

2011 Regular Season Wins – South Carolina Gamecocks
Over 9 (-130)
Under 9 (EVEN)

2011 Regular Season Wins – South Florida Bulls
Over 8 (+110)
Under 8 (-140)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Stanford Cardinals
Over 8½ (-200)
Under 8½ (+160)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Syracuse Orange
Over 6 (-125)
Under 6 (-105)

2011 Regular Season Wins – TCU Horned Frogs
Over 9 (-140)
Under 9 (+110)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Tennessee Volunteers
Over 6½ (-125)
Under 6½ (-105)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Texas Longhorns
Over 8½ (+130)
Under 8½ (-160)


2011 Regular Season Wins – Texas A&M Aggies

Over 8½ (-175)
Under 8½ (+145)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Texas Tech Red Raiders
Over 7 (-105)
Under 7 (-125)

2011 Regular Season Wins – UCLA Bruins
Over 5½ (-125)
Under 5½ (-105)

2011 Regular Season Wins – USC Trojans
Over 7½ (-150)
Under 7½ (+120)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Virginia Tech Hokies
Over 10 (-150)
Under 10 (+120)


2011 Regular Season Wins – West Virginia Mountaineers

Over 9 (-115)
Under 9 (-115)

2011 Regular Season Wins – Wisconsin Badgers
Over 9 (-190)
Under 9 (+155)

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Matt Fargo – NCAA Win Totals – The Overs

08/19/2010

Over 8 North Carolina Tar Heels -115 (BEST BET)

North Carolina is coming off its second straight eight-win season and back-to-back bowl games for the first time since 1997-98. This year’s version could be one of the most talented Tar Heels teams in recent memory but winning the ACC is still going to be a challenge. First off, the offense needs to improve as it went the wrong way last season and second, playing in the ACC Coastal Division is no cakewalk.

Head coach Butch Davis is entering his fourth season as the North Carolina head coach and he has done a great job in turning the program around. Two straight bowl games are huge but walking away with two losses, by a combined three points, stings. The goals are higher this season and rightfully so as the Tar Heels lost their last three games last season by a combined six points and have a favorable schedule this year.

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