2023 College Football Win Totals: Track the Best Odds for 130 Teams
- Get the 2023 college football win totals for all 130 FBS teams
- Georgia has opened with the highest win total, while Stanford has opened with the lowest
- See college football win total predictions in the charts below
Every year, sportsbooks post college football win totals for the 130 teams in the FBS. Below, we have gathered the CFB win totals available for all teams. Bettors can wager on college football over/under wins in 2023.
The win-total markets only count the 12 regular-season games played by each team. Conference championships and bowl games do not factor into the over/under for teams’ win-total results.
The first section below lists all FBS teams in alphabetical order along with their win total for the upcoming season. Under the table, find sections for each power conference. Readers can jump to those sections using the following links:
2023 College Football Win Totals
|Team||Win Total||Over Odds||Under Odds|
|North Carolina State||6.5||-145||+125|
Odds as of August 15th, 2023, at DraftKings Sportsbook.
[July 15] Iowa’s win total has increased from 7.5 to 8 at DraftKings, with some sharp bettors feeling the Hawkeyes were being undervalued at their opening number. While DK is listing heavy juice on the “over”, FanDuel actually increased IU’s win total a full point up to 8.5.
[June 1] Colorado’s win total is now sitting at just 3.5 despite sportsbooks setting an initial over/under of 5.5 for the Buffaloes following the Deion Sanders hire in December. Although oddsmakers aren’t bullish on the Buffaloes, BetMGM reports that OVER 3.5 wins for Colorado is the most bet on college football win total at their sportsbook.
[May 8] Two-time defending champ Georgia has opened with the highest win total on the board at 11.5. While the Bulldogs may be the only team projected to go undefeated, Alabama, Ohio State and Michigan all share a win total of 10.5. On the other end of the spectrum, Stanford has opened with the lowest college football win total at just 3.
For the first time in a long time, Clemson isn’t alone atop the ACC win totals. Florida State, which is coming off a 10-win season under Mike Norvell, shares the same projected number as the defending-champion Tigers (10). Clemson now has better odds to go over their CFB win total, but the juice is on both teams finishing under their totals. North Carolina and Louisville are the other projected top ACC contenders with win totals of 8.5 and 8, respectively. Virginia occupies the ACC basement with a win total of 3.5.
The Big 12 win totals feature Texas and Oklahoma at the top as the two programs play their final year in the conference before departing for the SEC. Both the Longhorns and Sooners are projected to win 9.5 games in 2023, although Steve Sarkisian’s team has better odds to go “over” the number. Kansas State is hot on their heels with a win total of 8.5, while reigning conference champ TCU has a win total of 7.5. At the bottom of the Big 12 win totals are West Virginia and Houston, who share a projection of 4.5.
The Big Ten win totals see Ohio State and Michigan at the top with shared win totals of 10.5. While the “over” for both teams opened at the same value on DraftKings, sportsbooks are listing more juice on the Wolverines’ number. Penn State has the next-highest win total in the Big Ten at 9.5, while Wisconsin sits at 8.5. In the Big Ten basement is Northwestern, which has one of the lowest win totals in college football at only 3.
The Pac-12 win totals feature no shortage of contenders for the 2023 season. USC and Oregon have opened with the highest win totals at 9.5, but Washington, Utah, Oregon State and UCLA are all right behind them at 8.5-9 projected wins apiece. Colorado is the team that has been generating the most offseason hype due to the arrival of Deion Sanders, however, the Buffaloes’ win total is among the lowest in the conference. Colorado’s win total is now sitting at 3.5 despite the initial number listed following the Deion hire being 5.5.
The SEC win totals range from a CFB-high of 11.5 for powerhouse Georgia, down to 3.5 for poor old Vanderbilt. While still a tier below UGA, Alabama is once again near the top of the college football win totals with a projection of 10.5. Other contenders in the SEC include LSU and Tennessee, who have both opened with win totals of 9.5. Don’t count out Texas A&M or Ole Miss, either, as the Aggies and Rebels are in the mix for the SEC crown with win totals of 7.5.