NCAAF Betting: Which Teams Can Achieve the 10 Wins Mark?

NCAAF Betting: Which Teams Can Achieve the 10 Wins Mark?

Written by on July 29, 2021

We’re just a month away from the start of the college football season. Every team’s goal is to make it to the College Football Playoffs. Only four teams make it, so every game is crucial. Teams have to win at least ten games to have a realistic shot at getting into the final four. Let’s take a look at some of the teams that should eclipse the 10-win mark for the 2021 college football season so you can continue getting ready to bet against the NCAAF odds

College Football Predictions – What teams can reach the 10 win mark?

Alabama Crimson Tide

Las Vegas has set the over/under at 11.5 for the Crimson Tide. They have a tough opener with the University of Miami in Atlanta. Their toughest game of the season could come on October 9th at Texas A&M. The Tide also travels to Florida, Mississippi State, and ends the season at Auburn for the Iron Bowl. If Nick Saban’s crew can leave College Station without a blemish on its record, we look for the Crimson Tide to end the regular season undefeated.

Clemson Tigers

Clemson has dominated the ACC over the last few seasons, and they should run the table in the conference this season. Notre Dame is not on Clemson’s schedule, so that will be one tough game that they won’t have to worry about. The toughest game on their schedule will be their season opener. The Tigers will meet the Georgia Bulldogs in Charlotte. This will be one of the most anticipated games of the season. 

Las Vegas has also set Clemson’s win total at 11.5. If they can beat Georgia in the opener, it should be smooth sailing the rest of the way.

Ohio State Buckeyes

The oddsmakers have put the Buckeyes win total at 11 games. Ohio State opens up their season with a conference game against Minnesota. In week 2, the Oregon Ducks come to Columbus, and this should be the toughest game of the season for Ryan Day’s crew. If they come out of that one unscathed, everything looks good for the Buckeyes. They do travel to Ann Arbor on the last week of the regular season. Jim Harbaugh has yet to defeat the Buckeyes as the head coach of Michigan, and the pressure is on. Unless injuries strike the Buckeyes, if they beat Oregon, they should most likely run the table.

Oklahoma Sooners

While the Sooners are the favorites to win the Big 12, their schedule could prevent them from that goal. The Sooners have the potential to go undefeated, but they have a tough road ahead of them. They play Texas in the Red River Rivalry game. They end their season with two of their toughest games, as they host Iowa State and then travel to Stillwater to take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys. 

Oklahoma’s win total has been set at 11. We’re not sure if they can get to 11, but we see them getting at least 10.

Cincinnati Bearcats

While this could be the best team that Cincinnati has ever had, there could be a stumbling block or two on their road to a playoff spot. The Bearcats take on the Indiana Hoosiers on September 18th. After a bye week, they then travel to South Bend to take on the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. They could slip up in one of these games and still get to the 10-win mark.