Have a good feeling about the Big Ten's rushing or passing leader? Well, you will want to grab your wallet and read on.
Bovada has set over-unders on several key Big Ten statistical milestones for the 2014 season.
Let's check 'em out:
Miller's total passing yards: 2,095.5 (last season: 2,094 yards)
Miller's total rushing yards: 850.5 (last season: 1,068)
Miller's total rushing and passing touchdowns: 32.5 (last season: 36)
Gordon's total rushing yards: 1,554.5 (last season: 1,609)
Gordon's total rushing touchdowns: 14.5 (last season: 12)
Stefon Diggs' total receiving yards: 950.5 (last season: 587*)
Diggs total receiving touchdowns: 6.5 (last season: 3*)
*Diggs appeared in only seven games last season because of injury
Bovada also sets odds on the Big Ten's top statistical races:
Jeremy Langford, Michigan State: 3/1
David Cobb, Minnesota: 13/4
Tevin Coleman, Indiana: 7/2
Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska: 4/1
Shane Wynn, Indiana: 2/1
Devin Funchess, Michigan: 9/4
Devin Smith, Ohio State: 3/1
Kenny Bell, Nebraska: 13/4
It's interesting that Bovada's over-under rushing total for Gordon is lower than his 2013 total -- despite the departure of James White -- though he's still the best bet to lead the Big Ten in rushing. The oddsmakers also see a rushing yards drop-off for Miller, who has eclipsed 1,000 yards in each of the past two seasons.
Abdullah could be a good bet for rushing leader (not touchdowns leader, as Imani Cross takes some away from him), and the receiving yards race looks totally wide open.