(The Spread) - How many passing yards and touchdowns will some of the best quarterbacks in college football compile this season? Let's check out the odds.
Last season Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron threw for 2,933 yards with 30 touchdowns to just three interceptions. He also completed 67.2 percent of his passes for a 9.3 yards-per-attempt average and a QB rating of 175.3.
Meanwhile, Louisville signal caller Teddy Bridgewater completed 287 passes on 419 attempts for 3,718 yards with 27 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He also rushed 74 times for 20 yards and a score, while compiling a QB rating of 160.5.
Aaron Murray also put up great passing numbers at Georgia last season, racking up 3,893 yards on 249-of-386 passing with 36 touchdowns to just 10 interceptions. He completed 64.5 percent of his passes for a 10.1 yards-per-attempt average and finished with a 174.8 QB rating.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, McCarron has an over/under of 2,900.5 for number of total passing yards he'll compile in 2013 and 30.5 for the number of total passing touchdowns. Bridgewater, meanwhile, has an over/under of 3,900.5 for total passing yards and 34.5 for total passing touchdowns.
Murry's over/under for passing yards is 3,674.5 and 30.5 for total passing touchdowns. The odds for him finishing under the passing total is -130 and the odds for him going over are -110.