Tennessee senior quarterback Josh Dobbs and 17 returning starters from the 2015 season are hoping to put the Volunteers back on the elitist football map when they embark on the 2016 campaign as one of the hottest 2016 college football betting favorites in the SEC conference. The Vols have not won the national championship since going 13-0 in the 1998 season, and have made three unsuccessful bids in the SEC Championship game since claiming that BCS Championship roughly 17 years ago. Things may, however, be different for the Vols in 2016, according to the NCAAF odds, which seemingly suggest that Tennessee not only has the potential to make a double-digit season, but also go all the way to win it all in the nation. Is this the year for the Vols to return at the helm of the SEC and a possible contention for another national championship? Find out as we break down roster and their season total odds for 2016.
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