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2017 NCAA Football Win Totals Lines and Analyst Picks: Part 2

Last week, AccuScore previewed the college football season by looking at some big over/under lines for teams like USC, Alabama and Clemson, so we decided to continue that thought as we ramp up for the first full week of college football. Yes, it's time to properly launch the 2017 NCAA Football season.

Mississippi State O/U wins: 5.5
5.5 games, really? From our data, that just seems disrespectful. They're not going to compete for an SEC title, don't get us wrong, but they have one of the best QBs in the conference and have a favorable schedule. They have some winnable games at home against Kentucky and Ole Miss, and have some road opportunities too, at Arkansas for example. A strong offense led by Nick Fitzgerald will at the very least make them competitive in most games.

Analyst's Pick: OVER

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Nebraska O/U wins: 6
The decision on the Cornhuskers win total is largely dependent on the conference they play in. The only team without a doubt better than them in the Big Ten West is Wisconsin. That means they'll be competitive in the majority of their matchups. A good coach in Mike Riley should tip the scale to just above the set total.

Analyst's Pick: OVER

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North Carolina O/U wins: 7
The Tar Heels didn't only lose Mitchell Trubisky from last season, but also three of his best receivers and running back Elijah Hood. Just too much turnover for LSU transfer QB Brandon Harris to be able to make the best of.

Analyst's Pick: UNDER

Oregon O/U wins: 8
It's all up to Willie Taggart to turn things around this season after Oregon struggled last season under Mark Helfrich. They're a better team this year, without a doubt, but just don't have the talent to compete in the Pac-12 North. Our simulations have the Ducks just a shade below the set total and there's just not any justification to suggest otherwise.

Analyst's Pick: UNDER

Georgia Tech O/U wins: 6.5
Sixteen starters return to the roster this season and it's tough to look past that when looking at the win total line for Georgia Tech. They won nine games last season, and while they won't reach that same mark this season, there's enough on both sides of the ball to get to seven wins. They've have an incredibly consistent ground attack in recent history -- rushing for at least 5.3 yards per carry in every one of the last seven seasons. With the triple-option offense and a well-coached defense, Georgia Tech projects to be competitive in almost every game. Expect a whole lot of games decided by single digits.

Analyst's Pick: OVER

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