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See Tennessee Football’s Over/Under Win Total Ahead Of 2024 Season

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With spring practices across the country approaching in the next month, FanDuel Sportsbook released its college football over/under regular season win totals for the 2024 season.

Tennessee football’s over/under is set at 8.5 as they enter Josh Heupel’s fourth season as the Vols’ head coach. The Vols are coming off an 8-4 regular season that saw them fail to match the their preseason expectations coming off a breakout 2022 season.

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The 2024 season is a year of transition in both college football and in Tennessee’s program. The SEC now includes 16 teams with the addition of Texas and Oklahoma while the College Football Playoff expands to 12 teams.

For Tennessee, highly touted redshirt freshman quarterback Nico Iamaleava steps into the starting position while the Vols will also break in an almost entirely new defensive backfield. While there’s a number of new players on Tennessee’s roster, there’s also a number of returning players including at receiver and along both lines of scrimmage.

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The Vols do have a very favorable schedule next season. They face North Carolina State in Charlotte and three smaller opponents in out of conference play. In SEC play, Tennessee hosts Florida, Alabama, Kentucky and Mississippi State while traveling on the road to face Oklahoma, Mississippi State, Georgia and Vanderbilt.

No SEC schedule is easy, especially when you face both Georgia and Alabama, but the Vols have as manageable a conference schedule as possible. Tennessee faces only two teams projected to be in the top eight of the conference by win total (Alabama and Georgia) while facing six teams projected to be in the bottom eight (Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Florida and Vanderbilt).

Six SEC teams have a higher over/under win total than Tennessee — Georgia (10.5), Texas (10.5), Alabama (9.5), LSU (9.5), Missouri (9.5) and Ole Miss (9.5). Only five SEC teams aren’t projected to make a bowl game and Tennessee plays four of them — Vanderbilt (2.5), Mississippi State (4.5), Florida (5.5) and Arkansas (5.5).

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