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Vegas is giving away free money with latest regular season win projections

Get on these early and big.

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Quick: Name the last time Alabama won fewer than 11 regular season games? Go ahead and google it — I’ll wait.

Now, look at Alabama’s schedule for 2018. Google that too — I’ll wait.

Now, take a look at Alabama’s depth chart on RollTide.com

Finally, peep the latest regular season win projections for the SEC in general, and the Alabama Crimson Tide in particular:

SEC

Alabama 2018 regular season win total

Over 10.5 (-130)

Under 10.5 (+100)

Georgia 2018 regular season win total

Over 10.5 (-115)

Under 10.5 (-115)

Auburn 2018 regular season win total

Over 9 (-110)

Under 9 (-120)

Mississippi State 2018 regular season win total

Over 8 (-115)

Under 8 (-115)

LSU 2018 regular season win total

Over 7.5 (-120)

Under 7.5 (-110)

Texas A&M 2018 regular season win total

Over 7 (-120)

Under 7 (-110)

South Carolina 2018 regular season win total

Over 7 (-115)

Under 7 (-115)

Florida 2018 regular season win total

Over 7 (-110)

Under 7 (-120)

Missouri 2018 regular season win total

Over 6.5 (-105)

Under 6.5 (-125)

Ole Miss 2018 regular season win total

Over 6 (-130)

Under 6 (+100)

Kentucky 2018 regular season win total

Over 6 (-120)

Under 6 (-110)

Tennessee 2018 regular season win total

Over 5.5 (-110)

Under 5.5 (-120)

Arkansas 2018 regular season win total

Over 5.5 (-110)

Under 5.5 (-120)

Vanderbilt 2018 regular season win total

Over 5 (+100)

Under 5 (-130)

In short, there’s absolutely no way Alabama loses two games with this schedule. Zero. Nada. Zip. Nuh Unh. And, with the money line at $130, you really have no reason to get in while the getting is good.

There are some intriguing ones here though: LSU flirting with 7-5 (I suspect they go over), Arkansas near .500 (I’ll take 5-7 at best, Alex), and some pretty serious disrespect for a Florida team that would almost have to be kidnapped to go 7-5 — all those underclassmen of last year are now upperclassmen and have a system head coach.

Anything else strike you as standing out?