The college football season is set to kick off on Saturday, Aug. 27 with 11 games featuring FBS teams like Florida State, Illinois, North Carolina and UConn. The slate even includes a conference matchup when Nebraska takes on Northwestern in Ireland, a battle of two teams that finished at the bottom of the Big Ten West in 2021 and ended the season on six-game losing streaks. Scott Frost and Pat Fitzgerald will look to get their teams back on track by starting with a win in August, and both teams are among the best win total bets from the SportsLine Projection Model this season.
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Now, it has simulated the entire 2022 college football season and has found several college football teams whose listed win totals are way off.
We can tell you the model says Northwestern goes over 3.5 wins. The model also unearthed major discrepancies for 15 other college football teams while delivering eight Over best bets and eight Under best bets on the current win total lines at Caesars Sportsbook. You ABSOLUTELY need to see it before making any college football picks of your own.
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