2018 SEC College Football Betting Win Total Odds

For college football fans, there is no reason to wait for kickoff to start betting on the upcoming season. The NFL win totals have been out for months, but now the 2018 college football betting win total odds are out. The SEC is easily considered one of the best college football conferences in the country. This was cemented a year ago when the conference had two representatives in the National Championship game as the Alabama Crimson Tide took down the Georgia Bulldogs to claim another championship for Nick Saban. With a new year upon us, it is time to look at the latest win totals that have been released by the top sportsbooks.

2018 SEC College Football Betting Win Total Odds

Alabama: 10.5 (-130/100)

Arkansas: 5.5 (-120/-110)

Auburn: 9 (-120/-110)

Florida: 7 (-120/-110)

Georgia: 10.5 (-115/-115)

Kentucky: 6 (-120/-110)

LSU: 7.5 (-120/-110)

Mississippi State: 8 (-115/-115)

Missouri: 6.5 (-125/-105)

Ole Miss: 6 (-130/100)

South Carolina: 7 (-115/-115)

Tennessee: 5.5 (-120/-110)

Texas A&M: 7 (-120/-110)

Vanderbilt: 5 (-130/100)

Alabama and Georgia Lead the Way

It comes as no surprise that Alabama and Georgia lead the way with double digit totals. The online sportsbooks predict that both Georgia and Alabama will once again lead the way in the SEC and in the country.

2018 SEC College Football Betting Win Total Odds

2018 SEC College Football Betting Win Total Odds

Tempting to Take Tennessee

The Vols have a new coach in Jeremy Pruitt but they do have some low expectations. They do have a tough stretch of schedule where they play three out of four games on the road against Georgia, Auburn and South Carolina, but they have winnable games surrounding that mess. They end the season with four winnable games that should be enough to put them over the total.  

Hope for the Hogs?

Chad Morris takes over at the helm for the Hogs and he is an innovative offensive mind. The problem is that the Hogs will be undergoing a huge transition on offense.  They also have some serious issues at quarterback and may not even have a starter for next year yet. That could take some time and they will need Arkansas’s defense under John Chavis to get off to a good start. They have a few winnable games to start the season in Eastern Illinois and North Texas, but will have to pull off some other impressive wins to get to six on the season. The schedule just seems too difficult right now for the Hogs to go over the total.

Check back as do a complete breakdown of the 2018 college football betting win total odds for next season.
Bet on Sports-Join MyBookie.ag today!