College Football Vegas Odds
There’s nothing quite like football season with so many different games to find Vegas Odds on College Football. The game odds do update regularly, so find the latest NCAAF odds during the season below:
College Football Odds (Games)
College Football Moneyline Betting Explained
Moneyline betting is a form of College Football betting that allows you to bet on the outcome of a game. To win the bet, all you need to do is select which team will win the game. The favorite is the team that is expected to win and is indicated by a minus sign (-) and the underdog is the team that is expected to lose and is indicated by a plus sign (+).
Most sportsbooks include overtime in their moneyline markets so you still win the bet if your team wins in OT. In the event of a tie, most sportsbooks will classify the bet as a “push” and your wager amount will be returned to you.
College Football Point Spread Explained
College Football spread betting is the most popular form of betting on games. The point spread is a handicap placed on the favorite team to even the playing field and make the betting more even. The point spread is the number of points that the sportsbook expects the favorite to win the game by.
For example, if Alabama were favored to win against the LSU by 2.5 points, the bettor can choose one of two options. If they place a wager on Alabama, the bet will only be successful if Bama win the game by three points or more. If they bet on LSU, the bet can be successful in two ways – either LSU wins the game, or they lose by two points or fewer.
The handicap is designed to create something close to a level playing field so the odds will be identical or very similar for both selections. The point spread will usually include half a point. This is called a “hook” and is designed to ensure there is no push.
College Football Over/Under Betting
Over/under NCAAF betting is a form of sports betting where you wager on the total number of points that will be scored in a given NFL game, and can also be known as a “totals” bet. The sportsbook will offer an over/under line which is the number of points they expect to be scored in the game, and you can wager on the combined number of points being greater or fewer than that total.
For example, if the over/under line is 45.5 points, you can place a wager on there being 45 points or fewer in the game by selecting the “under”, or you can place a wager on the “over” which would require 46 points or more to be scored in the game.
Remember, over/under betting is the number of points scored by both teams in the game.
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