Bodog’s Season Win Totals: High on Boise, No UNC and Buckeye Value

By Adam Kramer   Aug. 02, 2011

The Las Vegas Hilton was the first sports book to release their regular season college football win totals. Soon after, other sports books followed their lead. Now, Bodog is jumping into the mix and certainly has made some interesting adjustments based on what they’ve seen, what others have bet, and how they figure teams will look int 2011.

Although a good chunk of the lines are similar to what we’ve seen in other places, some are actually quite different. Here’s what’s new.

-Boise State’s win total sits at ten – much like what we’ve seen at other books – but the over at Bodog sits at a hefty -250. This means you’ll have to bet $250 to win $100. Georgia and TCU stand out on the schedule, but do you see Boise losing both of those? Do you see them dropping a game outside of these two? I don’t although I also don’t think -250 is worth taking that risk. At this number, I’m probably just staying away.

-Michigan State’s over is also in a similar spot, but their win total is set at 7. This is comparable to what we’ve seen at other sites, but it’s obvious that folks are high on Sparty and Bodog has planned accordingly. If you think Michigan State is bound to really come down to earth, +195 on the under is a great spot/value to do just that.

-Texas A&M comes in at 8.5, but an over of -190. Wow, either Bodog is anticipating some heavy action or is very high on the Aggies.

-North Carolina was not listed. We had seen them at 7.5 in other books, but Bodog is not posting action since Butch Davis was fired.

-Ohio State’s number is at 9, (seems to be what most have it), but you can get a great price on the over? If you believe they’ll bounce back from a tough offseason, you can get +160 here. Have to say, I like that bet.

-Virginia Tech’s win total is listed at 10, but folks are still betting the over. Hence the -140. Hard to argue against that given their schedule, I’d lean over here.

As for the rest of the odds, here they are.

Alabama 10 (-155 over, +125 under)

Arizona 6.5 (+155 over, -190 under)

Auburn 6.5 (+105 over, -135 under)

Baylor 6.5 (+110 over, -140 under)

Boise State 10 (-250 over, +195 under)

Clemson 7 (-135 over, +105 under)

Florida 8 (+140 over, -175 under)

Florida State 10 (+135 over, -165 under)

Georgia 8 (-180 over, +150 under)

Georgia Tech 6 (-110 over, -110 under)

Iowa 8 (+150 over, -180 under)

Kansas State 5.5 (-135 over, +105 under)

Kentucky 6 (-120 over, -110 under)

LSU 9.5 (+115 over, -145 under)

Miami (FL) 8 (-115 over, -115 under)

Michigan 7 (-135 over, +105 under)

Michigan State 7 (-250 over, +195 under)

Mississippi State 7 (-175 over, +145 under)

Missouri 7.5 (-145 over, +115 under)

Nebraska 10 (+125 over, -155 under)

Notre Dame 9 (+105 over, -135 under)

Ohio State 9 (+160 over, -200 under)

Oklahoma 10 (-130 over, even under)

Oklahoma State 8 (-170 over, +140 under)

Oregon 9.5 (-130 over, even under)

Oregon State 7 (+160 over, -200 under)

Penn State 8 (+110 over, -140 under)

Southern Cal 7.5 (-130 over, +105 under)

South Carolina 9 (-130 over, even under)

South Florida 8 (+105 over, -135 under)

Stanford 8.5 (-190 over, +155 under)

Syracuse 6 (-115 over, -115 under)

TCU 9 (-140 over, +110 under)

Tennessee 6.5 (-115 over, -115 under)

Texas 8.5 (+120 over, -150 under)

Texas A&M 8.5 (-190 over, +155 under)

Texas Tech 7.5 (-110 over, -120 under)

UCLA 5.5 (-115 over, -115 under)

Virginia Tech 10 (-140 over, +110 under) – 2nd fav

West Virginia 9 (-130 over, +110 under)

Wisconsin 9 (-120 over, -110 under)

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