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College Football: Predicting The 2014 Records of Bovada’s Current Top 10

College Football: Predicting The 2014 Records of Bovada’s Current Top 10

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Bovada was kind enough to offer up some early odds for 2014's eventual national champion. Today, I dust off the crystal ball and run down the schedules of Bovada's top 10 teams and tell you just how well they'll fare this fall. For entertainment purposes only, of course.

10. Baylor Bears

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10. Baylor Bears (25/1)

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7-5 (Wins: SMU, Northwestern State, @ Buffalo, @ Iowa State, TCU, Kansas, Texas Tech; Losses: @ Texas, @ West Virginia, @ Oklahoma, @ Oklahoma State, Kansas State)

9. Michigan State (20/1)

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9. Michigan State (20/1)

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12-1 (Wins: Jacksonville State, at Oregon, Eastern Michigan, Wyoming, at Purdue, at Indiana, Michigan, at Maryland, Rutgers, at Penn State, Ohio State, Wisconsin (Big Ten Championship); Losses: Ohio State) - Playoff Contender

8. Auburn (20/1)

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8. Auburn (20/1)

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12-2: Wins (Arkansas, San Jose State, Louisiana Tech, LSU, at Mississippi State, South Carolina, at Ole Miss, Texas A&M, at Georgia, Samford; Losses: at Kansas State, at Alabama)

7. UCLA (18/1)

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7. UCLA (18/1)

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6-6 (Wins: at Virginia, Memphis, at Arizona State, Utah, at California, at Colorado; Losses: Texas, Oregon, Arizona, at Washington, USC, Stanford)

6. LSU (16/1)

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6. LSU (16/1)

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9-3 (Wins: Wisconsin, Sam Houston State, University of Louisiana-Monroe, Mississippi State, at Florida, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Arkansas; Losses: at Auburn, Alabama, at Texas A&M)

5. Oklahoma (12/1)

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5. Oklahoma (12/1)

Trevor Knight
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11-2 (Wins: Louisiana Tech, at Tulsa, Tennessee, at West Virginia, at TCU, Kansas State, at Iowa State, Baylor, at Texas Tech, Kansas; Losses: Texas, Oklahoma State)

4. Ohio State (9/1)

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4. Ohio State (9/1)

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11-1 (Wins: at Navy, Virginia Tech, Kent State, Cincinnati, at Maryland, Rutgers, at Penn State, Illinois, at Michigan State, at Minnesota, Indiana, Losses: Michigan)

3. Oregon (13/2)

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3. Oregon (13/2)

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10-4 (Wins: South Dakota, Wyoming, at Washington State, Arizona, at UCLA, Washington, at California, at Utah, Colorado; Losses: Michigan State, at Oregon State, Stanford twice (Pac-12 Championship)

2. Alabama (6/1)

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2. Alabama (6/1)

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13-0 (Wins: West Virginia, Florida Atlantic, Southern Miss, Florida, at Ole Miss, at Arkansas, Texas A&M, at Tennessee, at LSU, Mississippi State, Western Carolina, Auburn, Missouri (SEC Championship)) - Playoff Contender

1. Florida State (4/1)

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1. Florida State (4/1)

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13-0 (Wins: Oklahoma State, The Citadel, Clemson, at NC State, Wake Forest, at Syracuse, Notre Dame, at Louisville, Virginia, at Miami, Boston College, Florida, Virginia Tech (ACC Championship Game)) - Playoff Contender