USC Over/Under Win Total Is Interesting

The over/under for USC is 5.5 based on the seven-game season that all Pac-12 teams will play.

I really think USC can go 7-0 based on its easy schedule. I also think Clay Helton can screw up a game or two. So 5.5 can be a bit of a dilemma. It means USC cannot mess up in the Pac-12 and then must beat Oregon in the Pac-12 title game.

With a real coach, it’s a no-brainer. With Helton . . .

Here are all the over/under projections per BetOnline.ag.

PAC 12 Regular Season Wins (Including Champions Week)

Arizona

Over/Under                                           1

Note: Moneyline odds imply 61.5% chance on the over.

Arizona State

Over/Under                                           4½

Note: Moneyline odds imply 56.5% chance on the over.

California

Over/Under                                           4½

Note: Moneyline odds imply 56.5% chance on the over.

Colorado

Over/Under                                           1½

Note: Moneyline odds imply 60.8% chance on the over.

Oregon

Over/Under                                           6

Note: Moneyline odds imply 62.3% chance on the under.

Oregon State

Over/Under                                           1½

Note: Moneyline odds imply 58.3% chance on the over.

Stanford

Over/Under                                           3½

Note: Moneyline odds imply 58.3% chance on the under.

UCLA

Over/Under                                           3½

Note: Moneyline odds imply 60% chance on the under.

USC

Over/Under                                           5½

Note: Moneyline odds imply 55.6% chance on the under.

Utah

Over/Under                                           4½

Note: Moneyline odds imply 56.5% chance on the under.

Washington

Over/Under                                           4½

Note: Moneyline odds imply 50% chance on the over.

Washington State

Over/Under                                           2

Note: Moneyline odds imply 62.3% chance on the over.

12 thoughts on “USC Over/Under Win Total Is Interesting

  1. Given the first 6 opponents, that should be 6-0. I think even Sark or Kiff could deliver that. But never underestimate Helton’s ability to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

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    1. Yep. Especially when you take into account the only team on our regular schedule with a decent over/under (and a good chance of beating the over) is….. the team we meet on Saturday: Arizona State…….
      #TalentIsGreatButCoachingCountsToo

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  2. Over? Maybe? I’ve heard the assistants don’t let my guy do anything, that should help. But he’s sneaky, he might rear his head and drag down a game or two.

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  3. Yes Scott, Helton can surely screw up easily based on his poor history and lack of abilities. Maybe if he just stays out of the way and allows the new culture that Orlando and Company have brought to the team, we might just be able to pull off a 7-0 season. We certainly have the personnel to do it. Now let them practice and prepare to win. They will win if they do that.

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  4. Hey 22, Sleepy Joe Biden defeats Adolph J. Yam. Let’s hope Sleepy Joe appoints Hillary as his Attorney General and the Yam is invited for an extended vacation at the Hotel Gitmo.

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    1. Owns, my bud —Do you recall that scene from the beginning of Robert Altman’s “The Player” where Buck Henry is pitching a comedy about a braindead guy who’s elected President….?
      #IGuessWe’reAboutToWitnessHowFunnyThatIdeaIs…..
      P.S.
      I’m not sure — but I think Hillary would probably have to conflict out of a Trump Prosecution (for appearances sake)..
      #ButI’mSureBidenCouldBringBackJeffSessions…
      #…He’dDoIt!

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      1. So braindead Joe Biden mugs Adolph J. Yam. It’s over MG, even Hawaii went for braindead Joe Biden – Ouch! The Yam will be dodging subpoenas for the rest of his life. I’m thinking the Yam will wind up in the cell next to Bill Cosby.

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