Vegas odds on Clemson's win total in 2016


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Vegas odds on Clemson's win total in 2016

The Golden Nugget sportsbook in Las Vegas has just set the over-under regular-season win totals for teams in college football for 2016.

Clemson, Florida State, Tennessee, and Oklahoma led the nation with each getting a projection of ten wins out of twelve games. Ten wins is a very high number for the Volunteers, but I guess anything is possible.

Alabama, LSU, and Michigan were projected at 9.5 wins while Baylor, Houston, Louisville, Notre Dame and UCLA were placed at nine wins.

Georgia, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Oregon, and TCU were predicted at 8.5 wins while Florida, Michigan State, and Stanford were projected at eight wins.

In-state rival South Carolina was not projected in the win totals because no team under seven wins was listed beside local school UNLV (4.5 wins).

Clemson kicks off the season with a road contest against Auburn (7 win projection) on September 3 that will be televised by ESPN at 9 p.m. EST.

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