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How to Bet on Cincinnati Bearcats

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How to Bet on Cincinnati Bearcats - Types of Bets

There are numerous types of bets a bettor can place on the Bearcats.

Moneyline bets

Moneyline bets are simply bets on which team is going to win or lose. Let us use a game between Cincinnati Bearcats and the Bowling Green Falcons as an example:


Moneyline Odds

Cincinnati Bearcats


Bowling Green Falcons


In this scenario, the Cincinnati Bearcats are the favorites to win. Hence, the odds are negative. If you bet $210 on them, you’d win $100 if they went on to win. On the flip side, the Falcons are the underdog and have positive odds. A bet of $100 would win you $150 if they went on to win.


Spreads are bets on the win or loss margin in a game. Let’s assume the Bearcats are given a -7.5 spread against the Falcons. In this scenario, a bet on the Bearcats wins if the Bearcats beat the Falcons by a margin of 7.5 or more, i.e. 8 points. If you bet on the Falcons, your bet wins if they either win the game or lose by a smaller margin than 7.5 points.

Totals - over/under bets

Totals or over/under bets are wagers on a game’s aggregate number of points. A bettor can place their bet on whether the total points tally of a game would be over or under a predetermined number.

For example, the Bearcats-Falcons Over/Under is set at 45, and the Bearcats win 20-18 (total 38), then the under wins. If the Bearcats win 32-24 (total 56), then the over wins. You simply have to pick one of them.

Prop bets

Prop bets are generally for experienced bettors as they involve specific phases of play that don’t necessarily affect the game’s final outcome. For example, you can bet on the number of touchdowns scored by a single player, the player who will score the longest touchdown, or the player who will record the most number of assists in the game.


A Parlay bet simply combines multiple wagers into one bet. For example, in the Bearcats-Falcons game, you could place a spread bet and two player prop bets, and combine them all into one bet. A parlay will combine all these bets together for odds that are comparatively much higher than they are when they’re placed as individual bets. The catch is that every one of the bets has to win for you to cash out.

Futures and outright bets

Futures bets are long-term bets that open before the start of the season. Here, you can bet on the conference-winning team and/or the winners of individual awards at the end of the season. If you’re betting on who could win the championship, that is an outright bet.


You’re now armed with all the information you need to begin betting on the Cincinnati Bearcats. Study the form, use your knowledge and see if you can profit from the next matchup.

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