SEC Season Win Totals

Updated: June 9, 2014

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Here’s what I would open the SEC season win totals.  All based on 12 games. No playoffs or bowl games.


Alabama 10.5 over -115
under -105


 Arkansas 5.5  over -110
 under -110


 Auburn  9  over -125
 under +105



 Florida  7.5  over -140
 under +120



 Georgia  8.5  over -110
 under -110



 Kentucky  4  over -110
 under -110



 LSU  8.5  over -110
 under -110



 Miss State  7  over even
 under -120



 Missouri  8.5  over even
 under -120



 Ole Miss  7   over -110
 under -110



 South Carolina  8.5    over -150
 under +130



 Tennessee  4.5  over +110
 under -130


 Texas A&M  8.5  over +105
 under -125


 Vanderbilt  6  over -105
 under -115


Chris Andrews

Chris Andrews booked his first bet as a fifth grader. Kids would scrape together their milk money to play the parlay cards Andrews and his two cousins printed each week by hand. Through high school Andrews and his cohorts continued booking bets and operating card games. Andrews paid his own way through college, hustling bets and making book to fund his education. After graduating cum laude from Robert Morris College, Andrews came west to Las Vegas. The next two years were spent at two of Las Vegas’ legendary sportsbooks, the Stardust and Barbary Coast, where he learned the old Nevada method of being a bookmaker. He took the knowledge from that experience and at twenty five was hired by Club Cal Neva. He turned the tiny Reno sportsbook into one of the biggest and most successful sportsbook in Nevada. In 1991 he became a partner in the Cal Neva, but left in 2003 when his cousin bought the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas. A short time later, the Golden Nugget was sold and Andrews went to work for American Wagering. Later Andrews spent two years as a wealth manager, but his heart was still in the gaming industry. Cal Neva had been bought by William Hill and his old partners asked him to come aboard and help them through the transition. Once the sale was completed, Andrews explored various possibilities and realized his experience as a bookmaker, radio host and writer could be used to turn the tables on bookmakers and help the wagering public. He and his partners formed Against The Number to do just that.