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With the regular season for college football picks starting just next week, we here at Cappers Info are making our college football season win total picks for some of the best and brightest teams in the country!
LSU Tigers Under 9.5 Wins (-170 @ SportBet.com) – The Bayou Bengals have some real problems right now. QB Jordan Jefferson was just suspended for an indefinite amount of time, which will surely include the first game of the season against the Oregon Ducks, a game which now looks like a brutal loss instead of a potential tossup. On top of that, Head Coach Les Miles and company have to deal with a horrifying schedule in the SEC West, chock full of teams like the Alabama Crimson Tide and Arkansas Razorbacks. Sure, we know that Baton Rouge is one of the toughest places to play football, and sure, we know that “The Hat” always seems to pull a solid record out of his backside, but this year, we just don’t see this team surviving with just two losses. Games against Oregon, at Mississippi State, at West Virginia, home against Florida, at Tennessee, and at Alabama is just too much to overcome.
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Over 6 Wins (-145 @ SportBet.com) – The Ramblin’ Wreck are definitely headed in the right direction under Head Coach Paul Johnson, and it’d be hard to imagine that they aren’t going to win at least three or four games in conference this year. They have shoe-in games against Western Carolina, Middle Tennessee State, and Kansas to start the year, and they really should be okay in games against teams like Duke and Virginia as well. We don’t think it’s too much to ask for the Jackets to win two more games on this slate to win, and at least one more just to push. Don’t be surprised if QB Tevin Washington, with an offseason under his belt, turns out to be the real deal this year in ACC play.
Oklahoma State Cowboys Over 8 Wins (-280 @ SportBet.com) – QB Brandon Weeden and WR Justin Blackmon are back, and that means good things for the Cowboys this year. They probably were a bit ahead of their time last year when they finished 11-2 and won the Alamo Bowl, but this year, they are legitimate Big XII Championship contenders. The Pokes do have a wicked schedule, including games at Tulsa, Texas A&M, Texas, and Missouri, and a home date with Arizona surely won’t be fun. However, Weeden and company are probably the second best team in the Big XII, and as long as Okie State doesn’t end up getting off to a rocky start to the season with the stretch of games against Arizona, Tulsa, and A&M, but if this team can start even 5-2, it should coast to at least eight wins from there.
Ohio State Buckeyes Over 8.5 Wins (-130 @ SportBet.com) – We understand that the Buckeyes really weren’t prepared for this whole scandal involving QB Terrelle Pryor and a slew of other players, and we know that playing without Head Coach Jim Tressel is going to hurt like the dickens. However, let’s be realistic about a few things here. First off, this team still has a devastating defense. Ranking No. 3 in the land at 263.2 yards per game last year was no accident, nor was the fact that teams only scored 14.3 points per game. We also need to realize that there is no excuse not to start 5-0. Games against Akron, Toledo, Miami (who could be crippled by the NCAA as well), Colorado, and Michigan State shouldn’t be all that hard, and from there, there are still games against Illinois, Indiana, and Purdue. If those eight are all wins, the Buckeyes just need to pull out one victory against Nebraska, Wisconsin, Penn State, and Michigan, and the truth of the matter is that at least two of those four should be ‘W’s. There’s just no way that we see this team struggling to make it to the nine win mark this year, and we still think that when push comes to shove, even amidst all of the scrutiny and problems that the team had in the offseason, this is still the team to beat in the Big 10.