The Win Loss Average in NCAA Football is the simple way to determine the overall success of a team at betting odds. The formula is self-explanatory; you take the total amount of wins and losses on the betting slip and average them out to get a number that represents the true success of a team. For example, the Georgia Bulldogs had a 7-1 record last season including a 32-17 victory against the Michigan Wolverines in the Outback Bowl. That’s an 8-1 record in the books on the NFL betting slip. The Wolverines had 6-2 records last season including a 41-14 victory over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the first quarter of the regular season finale.
Here’s how you calculate the Win Loss average for all 32 NCAA Football teams: