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Badger Bits: 2013 college football win total betting lines released

More Vegas talk -- will you be betting on or against the Badgers?

Stephen Dunn

Season win total betting lines are out for the 2013 season, thanks to Here's the full list, and below you can find some of the Big Ten odds. How about Wisconsin at 8.5?

1. Ohio State 11.5
2. Michigan 9.5
2. Nebraska 9.5
2. Northwestern 9.5
5. Michigan State 8.5
5. Penn State 8.5
5. Wisconsin 8.5
8. Indiana 5.5
8. Iowa 5.5
8. Minnesota 5.5
8. Purdue 5.5
12. Illinois 3.5

The most glaring line to me is Northwestern's 9.5 I'm heavily tempted to take that under, though I imagine everyone will be. Otherwise, would you bet on Ohio State going undefeated? Which of the 8.5 win teams are most likely to exceed that: Michigan State, Penn State or Wisconsin?

One potential upset pick if you're feeling sort of ballsy: Indiana. If they handles Missouri in its non-conference finale, the Hoosiers very well could enter Big Ten play already 4-0. Home games loom vs. Minnesota (also homecoming) and Illinois in the first two weeks of November, and those very well could put Indiana over the hump.

Oh, and #PoorIllinois.


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