2022 Win Totals for Colorado, Colorado State, and Air Force

College football kicks off in Colorado this week, with the state’s three FBS teams in action beginning Friday.

Colorado bettors only have a few days left to get any season-long college football wagers in on their favorite sportsbooks, including win total bets. Let’s take a look at 2022 win totals for Colorado, Colorado State, and Air Force.

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Air Force Falcons Win Total

Over 8.5 (-150)
Under 8.5 (+130)
Over 8.5 (-145)
Under 8.5 (+120)
Over 8.5 (-160)
Under 8.5 (+130)

We’re leading off with Air Force and it’s not because we’re going in alphabetical order. If you’re looking to watch winning Colorado college football this season, Air Force is your best bet. The Falcons’ 2022 win total is equal to the Buffs and Rams combined.

Looking at the odds, we can also see bettors are expecting Air Force to go over their 8.5 win total. Those who want to place an over bet on Air Force’s win total would want to do it at BetMGM as it offers the best odds for the Falcons. The program has achieved nine or more regular season wins five times under head coach Troy Calhoun.

Air Force opens its season against the Northern Iowa Panthers on Saturday.

Colorado State Rams Win Total

Over 5.5 (-145)
Under 5.5 (+125)
Over 5.5 (-155)
Under 5.5 (+130)
Over 5.5 (-140)
Under 5.5 (+110)

After closing out 2021 by losing six straight games, the school moved on from head coach Steve Addazio quickly and brought in former Nevada head coach Jay Norvell. In addition to a new coaching staff, Colorado State will also feature a brand new quarterback room full of freshmen, including Nevada transfer Clay Millen who is expected to be the starter.

The Rams’ opening game on Saturday isn’t exactly a team-friendly matchup, as they travel to “The Big House” as 30.5-point underdogs against the Michigan Wolverines, per DraftKings Sportsbook.

Colorado Buffaloes Win Total

Over 3 (+135)
Under 3 (-160)
Over 3.5 (+165)
Under 3.5 (-200)
Over 3 (+120)
Under 3 (-150)

Not only is it sad to see the Buffs with a measly 3 win total for the 2022 season, seeing that bettors have been favoring the under is even worse. Not counting the Covid-shortened 2020 season, Colorado has just two winning seasons since 2004 and just one in the last ten years.

If it makes Buffs fans feel any better, the school has a top 45 recruiting class for 2023 at the time of this writing. CSU ranks 62nd while Air Force is all the way down at 124th.

Colorado opens its season as 14-point underdogs against TCU on Friday.

AP Photo/Jeffrey McWhorter

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