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Kentucky football’s over/under win total set at six

We have our very first over/under win total set for Kentucky for the 2019 college football season, and it’s both laughably bad and free money for the BBN.

FanDuel set their lines for every team in the nation today, with the Wildcats coming in at six wins overall. 

Yes, despite the Wildcats coming off a historic 10-3 season with an extremely favorable schedule this year with eight home games, they believe they will just reach bowl eligibility.

Elsewhere, only two SEC teams had lower set win totals than Kentucky: Vanderbilt and Ole Miss.

Here is how everyone else in the conference fared:

  • Texas A&M – 7.5
  • Florida – 9
  • Alabama – 11
  • Auburn – 8
  • Georgia – 11
  • LSU – 9
  • Mississippi State – 8.5
  • South Carolina – 6
  • Vanderbilt – 5
  • Tennessee – 6.5
  • Ole Miss – 5
  • Arkansas – 6
  • Missouri – 6.5

Taking a look at other local schools, Louisville’s over/under was set at 4, while Indiana came in at 6 and Western Kentucky at 5.




Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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14 Comments for Kentucky football’s over/under win total set at six

  1. Cat4life23
    4:08 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    ?? doubt it. I see a few for dubs than that

  2. Boman2112
    4:12 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    We are Rodney Dangerfield of College Football. We just get no respect!

  3. JT55
    4:15 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    Vegas knows what they’re doing. While there are a few surprise teams every season, most teams end up at or near their projected win mark.

    • abobicesaevior
      4:33 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

      We were projected at 6.5 wins last season and they’ll be low again this season.

    • JT55
      4:41 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

      Last year was an anomaly. Like I said, Vegas knows what they’re doing.

  4. Swizzle
    4:35 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    Easy money, over

  5. kjd
    4:38 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    It’s just a number.
    However, when you look at everybody we lost from the 10 win season, I can certainly see how 6 was the mark.

    • UKinIN
      5:11 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

      That’s where I am. I’ll never take anything away from what UK did last year but they did it with a proven senior class, the best RB in school history, and an incredible player at LB. UK does have a lot to prove.

  6. BluemanGreen
    4:51 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    Have you haters not been paying attention???

  7. Bluebloodtoo
    5:30 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    I’m not surprised in the least about these projections, but it’s the season result that really matters. Go show them the light….

  8. KyZoneBlitz
    5:58 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    Should’ve been set at 7.5..

  9. makeitstop
    6:10 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    I agree Vegas knows what they’re doing – they’re actually putting their money where their mouth is. Last year they thought 6.5 WITH a guy who proved to be the best defensive player in the country. In fairness, Josh probably had that big an impact – he altered schemes, changed outcomes. Someone else needs to surprise this year. Not to be defensive POY but to outperform expectations so much it affects games. The person in the best position to do that is #3. He touches the ball every play. This low ball line is a direct reflection on their view of Wilson as an SEC QB. If they’re right, it’s a 6-7 win year. If they’re wrong, it’s a 8-10 win year. Someone else could step up huge but it’s hard to see anyone having the kind of impact Josh did to alter games more than the QB. No pressure man… no guts no glory. Prove ‘em wrong or give him the hook and hope we can run over or around people and pray the secondary holds.

    • mashburnfan1
      7:12 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

      Spot on make it. We will not replace Josh and Benny but we are as deep as ever. Overall our OL, WR, DL and LB spots are better but DB is an unknown. Still comes down to Terry this season and I am ok with that as I think he will do well. He was basically a FR last year {in terms of playing at this level} and few FR do real well. He has experience now and did show he can play. Most important thing he did last year was not beat us. This year he will be ask to lead us but we will have a great running game still.

  10. BluKudzu
    10:00 pm June 25, 2019 Permalink

    We were very close to endingthe season at 11-1. The OT loss at TAMU, and the debacle at Tennessee. I do not care who you are, 2 people and some DBs were not what got you there.
    The team got you there. This is a team with quality depth. This is a team that should win 8-9, and with better luck than last year, maybe 9-10.

    I like this team. I like our OL….i like them all.
    I am betting the over.>