2024 College Football Future Odds-Exact Wins (Part I)

2024 College Football Future Odds-Exact Wins (Part I)

We’re just a couple of months away from college football starting. It’s never too early to place a wager on future odds. But with conference realignment and tougher schedules in the Power Five, winning 11 or 12 games may be close to impossible. Let’s take a look at the exact wins in college football for the 2024 REGULAR season. (First Part)

(odds from Draft Kings)

Nebraska Exactly 6 wins +380

Cornhuskers add UCLA and USC on the road. Matt Rhule has his work cut out for him.

Auburn Exactly 7 wins +250

Another brutal schedule features Oklahoma at home and Alabama, Georgia and Missouri on the road.

Syracuse Exactly 8 wins +400

Ohio State transfer QB Kyle McCord brings experience and faces a favorable schedule.

Kansas State Exactly 7 wins +600

Pretty tough schedule for the Wildcats with Arizona at home, though not having Oklahoma and Texas does help.

Ohio State Exactly 10 wins +250

Three potential losses on paper come at Oregon, Penn State and Michigan at home. They’ll win at least one of those.

Notre Dame Exactly 10 wins +300

Notre Dame used to have one of the toughest schedules. Now, their toughest game is their opener at Texas A&M. It’s pretty easy after that with a home game against Florida State on Nov. 9. With Duke QB Riley Leonard, this team has a chance to make the playoffs and even get a bye.

Kansas Exactly 8 wins +330

QB Jalen Daniels is back and if he can stay healthy, the Jayhawks can do great things. The schedule adds Arizona State and there are really no scary teams on the schedule.

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Ben has been a sports writer for over 35 years, dabbling in college and pro basketball, college and pro football, baseball, college lacrosse, minor league baseball and even college gymnastics. He's also been involved in the gaming industry for nearly 30 years and has been looking to beat the books since he was 13! Ben has had great success in handicapping college football, the NFL, college basketball, the NBA and MLB for 27+ years. His Twitter handle is @BenHayesWAW