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SEC Football: Best Values in WynnBET Over/Under Win Totals for 2022

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College football's 2022 season is still a few months away, but the arrival of the spring and summer months brings plenty of predictions, previews, betting odds and projections for the upcoming year. And to help us speed up the long offseason, WynnBET is already looking ahead to next fall by releasing its SEC over/unders for the '22 season.

As expected, Alabama and Georgia (both at 11.5 in win totals) top the list of odds in the SEC. The next tier is headlined by Texas A&M (nine), Tennessee (8.5), Kentucky (eight), and Ole Miss (eight). Vanderbilt is the lowest projected team (1.5), but 13 of the SEC's 14 programs have an over/under of at least five by WynnBET.

Are there any values in the first release of over/unders for the 2022 season? Below are the odds, followed by some early leans on value and picks to wager on this fall:

SEC Football: Best Values in WynnBET Over/Under Win Totals for 2022

Wynn Over/Unders

Alabama

11.5

Over +200/Under -250

Arkansas

6.5

Over +120/Under -140

Auburn

5

Over -120/Under +100

Florida

7

Over -110/Under 110

Georgia

11.5

Over +200/Under -250

Kentucky

8

Over -110/Under -110

LSU

6

Over -125/Under +105

Mississippi State

6.5

Over -110/Under -110

Ole Miss

8

Over -110/Under -110

Missouri

5

Over +100/Under -120

South Carolina

6

Over -150/Under +130

Tennessee

8.5

Over -105/Under -115

Texas A&M

9

Over -125/Under +105

Vanderbilt

1.5

Over -170/Under +150

* Arkansas at 6.5 immediately jumps out as an excellent value. The Razorbacks went from three wins in coach Sam Pittman's debut in 2020 to nine last year. Quarterback KJ Jefferson is among the best in the SEC and a couple of transfers fortified concerns at receiver, defensive line and in the secondary. A non-conference slate featuring a road game at BYU and a home date versus Cincinnati isn't easy, but Arkansas should be able to get to 7-5 or 8-4.

* Alabama and Georgia have to be perfect (12-0) to hit the over in the 11.5 mark. Although it's not easy to go undefeated, we like their odds to get to 12 and hit the over.

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* Ole Miss at eight seems high at first glance. The Rebels lost quarterback Matt Corral and a handful of talented playmakers, but coach Lane Kiffin quickly restocked through the portal. A favorable non-conference slate provides a path to 8-4 or 9-3, but a push or under is probably the play.

* New LSU coach Brian Kelly inherits a team with uncertainty (but potential) at quarterback and question marks along the offensive line. However, six wins might be low. The Tigers play their first four games - including a showdown in New Orleans against Florida State - in the state of Louisiana and later host swing matchups versus Tennessee and Ole Miss. This program doesn't lack talent. How quickly can Kelly mesh his schemes with the roster?

* You may not have to wait long to hit the over on Vanderbilt's total (1.5). The Commodores get winnable games against Hawaii (road) and Elon (home) to begin '22. Coach Clark Lea's team should be improved - perhaps just enough to get to two (or three) wins this fall.

* Mississippi State (6.5) seems low, but the road slate - at LSU, Kentucky, Alabama and Ole Miss - is not kind. Also, the Bulldogs get Georgia in crossover play with the East. If we had to pick, taking the over is the call.

* Outside of road games at LSU and Georgia and a home date versus Alabama, Tennessee could be favored in its other nine games next fall. The Volunteers also have a road trip to Pitt in non-conference play on tap, but 9-3 is within reach for coach Josh Heupel's team.

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