USC’s Over/Under Is Nine Victories

Bovada has USC’s over/under for the regular season as nine wins. And the Trojans’ odds to win the College Football Playoff championship are 25/1.

The over/under and odds for every college team is listed after the jump:

Odds to win the 2014-2015 College Football FBS Championship (Teams in red have longer odds, teams in blue have shorter odds, and teams in black stayed the same)         

Odds on 1/7/14             Current Odds   

Alabama                                   13/2                              11/2

Florida State                             11/2                              11/2

Oregon                                     12/1                              7/1

Oklahoma                                 20/1                              9/1

Auburn                                      14/1                              10/1

Ohio State                                10/1                              12/1

UCLA                                        25/1                              14/1

Georgia                                    25/1                              18/1

LSU                                          25/1                              20/1

Michigan State                          20/1                              25/1

USC                                        33/1                              25/1

Baylor                                       25/1                              28/1

Florida                                      25/1                              33/1

South Carolina                          25/1                              33/1

Stanford                                   9/1                                33/1

Wisconsin                                 40/1                              33/1

Mississippi                               66/1                              40/1

Michigan                                   50/1                              50/1

Notre Dame                              33/1                              50/1

Texas                                       50/1                              50/1

Clemson                                   25/1                              66/1

Missouri                                    40/1                              66/1

Nebraska                                  50/1                              66/1

Texas A&M                               25/1                              66/1

Arizona                                     100/1                            100/1

Arizona State                            66/1                              100/1

Iowa                                         40/1                              100/1

Kansas State                            100/1                            100/1

Louisville                                  50/1                              100/1

Miami                                       50/1                              100/1

North Carolina                           50/1                              100/1

Washington                               66/1                              100/1

BYU                                        100/1                            150/1

Mississippi State                       100/1                            150/1

Oklahoma State                        40/1                              150/1

Tennessee                                100/1                            150/1

Virginia Tech                             100/1                            150/1

TCU                                          100/1                            200/1

Texas Tech                               Off the Board                200/1

Cincinnati                                  100/1                            250/1

Arkansas                                  100/1                            300/1

Boise State                               100/1                            300/1

West Virginia                             100/1                            300/1

Boston College                         100/1                            500/1

Georgia Tech                            100/1                            500/1

Oregon State                            66/1                              500/1

Pittsburgh                                 100/1                            500/1

South Florida                            100/1                            500/1

UCF                                          Off the Board                500/1

California                                  100/1                            1000/1

Rutgers                                     100/1                            1000/1

 

Over/Under Win Totals

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Alabama Crimson Tide  

Over                                         10½  (-150)

Under                                       10½ (+120)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Air Force Falcons             

Over                                         5½ (-115)

Under                                       5½ (-115)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Arizona Wildcats              

Over                                         6½  (-175)

Under                                       6½ (+145)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Arizona State Sun Devils              

Over                                         7½ (-115)

Under                                       7½ (-115)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Arkansas Razorbacks     

Over                                         4½ (-130)

Under                                       4½ (EVEN)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Auburn Tigers   

Over                                         9 (-130)

Under                                       9 (EVEN)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Baylor Bears      

Over                                         9½ (-130)

Under                                       9½ (EVEN)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Boise State Broncos       

Over                                         10 (+135)

Under                                       10  (-165)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Boston College Eagles   

Over                                         5 (+145)

Under                                       5  (-175)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – BYU Cougars     

Over                                         9½ (-105)

Under                                       9½ (-125)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – California Golden Bears

Over                                         2½ (-140)

Under                                       2½ (+110)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Clemson Tigers

Over                                         8½ (-105)

Under                                       8½ (-125)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Colorado Buffaloes        

Over                                         4 (-125)

Under                                       4 (-105)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Colorado State Rams     

Over                                         6½ (-175)

Under                                       6½ (+145)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Duke Blue Devils             

Over                                         8½ (+120)

Under                                       8½ (-150)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Florida Gators   

Over                                         7½ (-130)

Under                                       7½ (EVEN)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Florida State Seminoles

Over                                         11½ (-105)

Under                                       11½ (-125)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Fresno State Bulldogs   

Over                                         7½ (-135)

Under                                       7½ (+105)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Georgia Bulldogs             

Over                                         9½ (-125)

Under                                       9½ (-105)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets      

Over                                         6½ (-140)

Under                                       6½ (+110)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Illinois Fighting Illini        

Over                                         5 (EVEN)

Under                                       5 (-130)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Indiana Hoosiers             

Over                                         5½ (+110)

Under                                       5½ (-140)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Iowa Hawkeyes               

Over                                         8½ (EVEN)

Under                                       8½ (-130)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Iowa State Cyclones      

Over                                         3½ (-120)

Under                                       3½ (-110)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Kansas State Wildcats   

Over                                         7½ (-130)

Under                                       7½ (EVEN)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Kentucky Wildcats          

Over                                         3½ (-175)

Under                                       3½ (+145)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Louisville Cardinals         

Over                                         8 (-115)

Under                                       8 (-115)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – LSU Tigers          

Over                                         9 (-115)

Under                                       9 (-115)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Maryland Terrapins        

Over                                         6½ (+105)

Under                                       6½ (-135)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Miami Hurricanes            

Over                                         7½ (-160)

Under                                       7½ (+130)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Michigan Wolverines     

Over                                         7½ (-150)

Under                                       7½ (+120)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Michigan State Spartans              

Over                                         9½ (+110)

Under                                       9½ (-140)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Minnesota Golden Gophers      

Over                                         6½ (-105)

Under                                       6½ (-125)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Mississippi State Bulldogs            

Over                                         7½ (EVEN)

Under                                       7½ (-130)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Missouri Tigers 

Over                                         7½ (-130)

Under                                       7½ (EVEN)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Nebraska Cornhuskers 

Over                                         8 (-115)

Under                                       8 (-115)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Nevada Wolf Pack          

Over                                         5½ (-175)

Under                                       5½ (+145)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – NC State Wolfpack         

Over                                         5½ (-140)

Under                                       5½ (+110)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – North Carolina Tar Heels              

Over                                         8½ (+110)

Under                                       8½ (-140)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Northwestern Wildcats

Over                                         7½ (+110)

Under                                       7½ (-140)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Notre Dame Fighting Irish           

Over                                         7½ (-130)

Under                                       7½ (EVEN)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Ohio State Buckeyes     

Over                                         10½ (-130)

Under                                       10½ (EVEN)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Oklahoma Sooners         

Over                                         10½ (-115)

Under                                       10½ (-115)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Oklahoma State Cowboys           

Over                                         7½ (-105)

Under                                       7½ (-125)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Ole Miss Rebels               

Over                                         7½ (-175)

Under                                       7½ (+145)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Oregon Ducks   

Over                                         10½ (-175)

Under                                       10½ (+145)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Oregon State Beavers   

Over                                         7 (-115)

Under                                       7 (-115)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Penn State Nittany Lions             

Over                                         7½ (-150)

Under                                       7½ (+120)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Pittsburgh Panthers       

Over                                         7½ (+120)

Under                                       7½ (-150)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Purdue Boilermakers    

Over                                         3½ (-150)

Under                                       3½ (+120)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Rutgers Scarlet Knights 

Over                                         4 (-125)

Under                                       4 (-105)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – South Carolina Gamecocks         

Over                                         9½ (EVEN)

Under                                       9½ (-130)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Stanford Cardinal            

Over                                         8½ (-135)

Under                                       8½ (+105)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Syracuse Orange             

Over                                         5½ (-145)

Under                                       5½ (+115)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Tennessee Volunteers 

Over                                         5½ (-150)

Under                                       5½ (+120)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – TCU Horned Frogs          

Over                                         8 (+135)

Under                                       8 (-165)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Texas Longhorns             

Over                                         7½ (-115)

Under                                       7½ (-115)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Texas A&M Aggies         

Over                                         7 (-135)

Under                                       7 (+105)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Texas Tech Red Raiders

Over                                         6½ (-155)

Under                                       6½ (+125)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – UCLA Bruins      

Over                                         9½ (-130)

Under                                       9½ (EVEN)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – UNLV Rebels     

Over                                         4½ (+115)

Under                                       4½ (-145)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – USC Trojans       

Over                                         9 (+110)

Under                                       9 (-140)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Utah Utes          

Over                                         4½ (-175)

Under                                       4½ (+145)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Utah State Aggies           

Over                                         9½ (+160)

Under                                       9½ (-200)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Vanderbilt Commodores             

Over                                         6 (+125)

Under                                       6 (-155)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Virginia Cavaliers             

Over                                         3½ (+110)

Under                                       3½ (-140)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Virginia Tech Hokies       

Over                                         8 (EVEN)

Under                                       8 (-130)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Wake Forest Demon Deacons   

Over                                         3½ (-175)

Under                                       3½ (+145)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Washington Huskies      

Over                                         9 (-125)

Under                                       9 (-105)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Washington State Cougars          

Over                                         5½ (-135)

Under                                       5½ (+105)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – West Virginia Mountaineers      

Over                                         4½ (-105)

Under                                       4½ (-125)

 

NCAA 2014-2015 Regular Season Wins – Wisconsin Badgers                         

Over                                         9½ (-140)

Under                                       9½ (+110)

 

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  • FIGHTONtoVICTORY

    Wolf, why don’t you just link us to where you copied this from? trying to look at it in this format is a nightmare.

    • B.Miller

      Very good idea.. Scott “Copy and Paste” Wolf at his finest!

      • gotroy22

        BM at his finest is chemical warfare at its worst.

        • B.Miller

          Golly Nerd….. LAME!

    • gotroy22

      Why don’t YOU suppy the link if it’s too difficult to read with your trifocals, FlamerOn?

  • UCLA Bleauz

    If they are including the results of the bowl game, I’ll take the over……

    • TrojanFan3.0

      This action is only for the regular season. I also like the over even if you push at 9.

  • UCLA owns LA Football

    Read and weep SUCCster’s: 7 – 5 reasons: Immature O-Line, new offense scheme, and dearth of scoring offense. Those reasons are exclusive of any major SUCC injuries or problems. Can’t wait for the Stanford game. The game will be a repeat of the 1870 Franco- Prussian war. SUCC the star, will play the part of France. Delicious.

    • UCLA Bleauz

      UCLA’s O-Line was immature last year, no?….and I assume that your reference to injuries is alluding to our limited depth?

      • gotroy22

        Last year we were Stanford’s trap game the week after their Oregon upset. This year they will be ready.

        • UCLA Bleauz

          So zero credit goes to the 12 player on USC’s defense who carried the team that game?………trap game?…. C’mon, we are USC, not Oregon State….

          • Trogan Fan

            yeah, and you are SC fans… who rush the field after being Stanford.

          • gotroy22

            But as rah rahs like Jack are quick to mention, we were not at our best last year, especially after losing our head coach and breaking in a young QB.

          • UCLA Bleauz

            The team is growing, developing and evolving, both physically, mentally and as a unit…..this isn’t a linear progression, by any means…….that is the folly of most uneducated fans…..

        • UCLA Bleauz

          Stanford will need to replace their top 2 rushers and FB from last years team…they also need to replace 4 starters on their OL…on defense, Stanford lost Shayne Skov, Trent Murphy, Ben Gardner and Ed Reynolds -..in addition, they have a new defensive coordinator….to be honest, we are very lucky to catch them early the season when their players may not yet have gelled together…..

    • Tom Oday

      “ucla owns” should know as the Bruins have recently lost to Stanford three times in under a calendar year. But it’s going to be a long wait ’cause the ucla/ Stanford game isn’t until Nov. 28th.

      • UCLA owns LA Football

        And UCLA lost w/o excuses, unlike SUCC.

        • UCLA Bleauz

          excuses = The most severe NCAA sanctions EVER

          • gotroy22

            Worse than UW 1993? Hardly. They still haven’t recovered from losing their Husky Hunters program.

          • UCLA Bleauz

            It’s all subjective, anyway…..our sanctions don’t appear to be as severe as some people would have thought, since we managed to navigate through our scholarship limitations with fairly decent results…. having 10 wins seasons in two out of the last three years, gave some people the false impression that the NCAA penalties weren’t so bad…they would have crippled most other teams……….

          • Trogan Fan

            More severe than SMU?

          • UCLA Bleauz

            You could make a case either way…..with all due respect, SMU weren’t coming off of a string of double digit winning seasons and national championships, only to be slammed into oblivion…..at least that was the intent……

          • UCLA owns LA Football

            SMU got the death penalty, As I recall Kiffy bragged something like – sanctions, what sanctions – after an especially good recruiting year – 2011.

          • UCLA Bleauz

            As with most things in life, consider the source……..

          • gotroy22

            They weren’t? Wasn’t that after Dickerson just left?

          • UCLA owns LA Football

            SUCC got what it deserved, thanks to MG. Not everybody wants to be a SUCCster.

          • UCLA Bleauz

            Not everyone SHOULD be a Trojan…..it’s a shame that a couple of selfish cowards, namely Bush and MG, would bring our program to its knees and make innocent players pay the price, courtesy of the NCAA…. oh well, it is what it is, and it’s finally over…….

        • UCLA Bleauz

          excuses = The most severe NCAA sanctions EVER

        • Tom Oday

          They have lost six in a row to the Cardinal. No wonder you can’t wait for the Stanford game. I don’t know what USC’s excuse was last year vs. Stanford. Oh wait……Troll On!

          • Trogan Fan

            What’s the excuse last year for the ucla debacle?

          • Tom Oday

            No excuse, it was ucla’s day. I think the Trojans will show up again this year and give it a shot. They have had a lot of success at their vacation home in the past. Troll On, TF!

      • UCLA Bleauz

        Selective memory…….

  • TrojanFan3.0

    According to Bovada’s opinion, USC is a top 10 team to start the season, barring any major injuries during fall camp

  • john wolcott

    Saw in the L.A. Times this morning that the SC boys, over 60 of them, showed up for voluntary practice– no coaches allowed, and showed great enthusiasm and organization.

    Not a bad start for the Trojans

    • FIGHTONtoVICTORY

      None of them hopped the fence either!

    • gotroy22

      If you believe that was “voluntary” I have some land to sell you in Sprague River Oregon.

  • Jack B

    Not bad for a program that is down 30 rides and has to play the Irish as an out-of-conference opponent. ucla has their best team in 30 years and they will barely be favored to beat us even though it’s the Rose Bowl (the hugely dominating RB champion Trojans home away from home!) and ucla has a bye week before the game. College football loves the Trojans!

    If the bruins don’t win the always-unattainable-ucla conference championship this year, their Mora-balloon will pop like a busted ucla fundraiser all over their 80-yd Pop Warner practice field.

    The bruins finally have to put up or shut up. But both Oregon and Stanford, teams they can never beat, will shut them up as usual. By the time we get to them, the bruins will already be out of it, and barely favored at home.

    • UCLA Bleauz

      I agree almost all of your points, except that I’m hoping that UCLA come into the USC game undefeated……how SWEET would that be?…..bursting all of their hopes and dreams in a single game?….we shall see….

      • gotroy22

        You really think we win up at The Farm against the Indians?

        • UCLA Bleauz

          Why do you think that we won’t?

          • gotroy22

            The reasons we discussed before, it’s a rebuilding year and it’s unrealistic and unfair to expect Sark to go undefeated when he has to bring in a completely new staff, install a completely new offense and develop it behind one of our greenest and thinnest OLs in our long history. Look at Pete’s first year and he inherited Carson Palmer, not Cody Kessler.

          • UCLA Bleauz

            Yes, and in 2002, Carson had Sultan McCullough, Justin Fargas and Hershel Dennis at RB…..Carsons teams also had Mike Williams and Kareem Kelly at WR……and Dominique Byrd at TE….With the exception of Williams, I think that we match up favorably……and who said that anyone expected Sark to go undefeated?…..

          • gotroy22

            Wasn’t 2001 Pete’s first year?

          • UCLA Bleauz

            Actually, I think it was 2000…..

          • gotroy22

            Nope that was Hackett’s last, when we beat Tubalardo’s ruins at the Rose Bowl with that last second field goal 38-35.

          • UCLA Bleauz

            Good old Tublardo…a human piñata, if there ever was one…. . I sure miss that guy….is he still the OC at San Diego State?

          • UCLA Bleauz

            BTW…. initial reports coming out of the current summer workouts is that the incoming freshman OL are doing a fairly decent job of holding their own against our experienced DL, although it’s obviously still very, very early to get too excited…..let’s wait until pads and full contact before we make any wild predictions…..

    • Ben Factor

      Stuck in 2005?

      USC has 12 commits averaging 91.82

      UCLA has 11 commits averaging 90.44.

      Not what I would like, but it’s a new era, old boy.

  • UCLA Bleauz

    He’s back!…..Michael Lev is BACK with the OC Register covering USC football!

    http://www.ocregisterdotcom/usc/usc-629487-going-remember.html

    • FIGHTONtoVICTORY

      Maybe they’ll start posting content again. That place became a ghost town. Good news nonetheless

      • gotroy22

        Content is defined by FlamerOn as mindless rah rah pap.

    • UCLA owns LA Football

      Lev doesn’t report, he fauns/drools SUCC RAH-RAH.

      • UCLA Bleauz

        For that matter, Wolf doesn’t report either……..

      • UCLA Bleauz

        For that matter, Wolf doesn’t report either……..

        • gotroy22

          Who broke the Kiffin deflated football story the Kiffin black eye story, the fight after the Sun Bowl loss story, you?

          • UCLA Bleauz

            The National Enquir……..Errrrr… never mind….Stand by your man…….

          • gotroy22

            You didn’t?

          • UCLA Bleauz

            posting drivel in a gossip column is not reporting……

          • gotroy22

            Dissension after a bowl game loss isn’t a worthy subject to cover?

          • UCLA Bleauz

            And allegedly letting air out of football is?

          • gotroy22

            Yes cheating is always a relevant topic, but to rah rahs it is something to be rationalized.

      • gotroy22

        That’s why Garry Bleauz is so delirious with joy.

  • Trogan Fan

    what does NOBs think? Where is he?

    • gotroy22

      At Larry H Parker’s office.

  • Larry Harris
  • Larry Harris
  • Larry Harris

    ****(Teams in red have longer odds, teams in blue have shorter odds, and teams in black stayed the same)****

    Thanks a bunch. That really clears things up.
    Am I in some kind of parallel universe?