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How to Bet on Toledo Rockets

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Toledo Rockets Football

The men’s football team is the most famous of all the Rockets. They compete in Division 1 of the NCAA FBS. In 2017, they finally became Mid-American Conference champions. One of the most awaited fixtures on the calendar is between the Rockets and their rivals - the Bowling Green Falcons.

Odds Formats – How to Bet on Toledo Rockets

Sportsbooks present Toledo Rockets betting odds in numerous formats. Odds can be represented as fractions or decimals and are named as such. There’s also the American odds format, which describes odds with whole numbers prefixed with positive or negative signs.

When learning how to bet on a Toledo Rockets game, American odds formats will be most prevalent in the US.

Toledo Rockets Betting - Types of bets

Moneyline betting

Moneyline bets are a great way to start your football betting journey. In moneyline betting, you bet on who the winner of the match will be.

Take, for example, these odds for the game between the Rockets and their rivals.

Toledo Rockets

Bowling Green Falcons

American odds



Decimal odds



Fractional odds



Betting $110 on the Rockets would win you $100 if they win the game. Betting $100 on the Falcons would see you win $110 if they win.


Betting on both sides can be key to securing a chance at a payout. Spread bets are a great way to start doing that. In these bets, you bet on the margin of a result and not just the final outcome.

Say the Rockets have a -7.5 spread against the Falcons. If you bet on the Rockets, they’d need to win by 8 points or more for your bet to succeed. Bet on the Falcons (+7.5), and they’d have to win the game or lose by fewer than 8 points for a successful bet.

Total Score Bets (Over/Under Betting)

Over/Under bets are always on the aggregate score of the match. Here, you can bet on whether the combined teams’ total score is over or under a set limit. 

For example, if this number is set at 40 points on a Rockets vs. Falcons game, you can bet on whether the final aggregate score will be over or under 40 points.


A parlay combines multiple bets across matches under a single wager. The advantage of this is that you get better odds compared to individual bets. You could combine a moneyline bet on the Falcons vs. the Rockets with a spread on the Musketeers vs. the Zips under a single bet for better odds. The only catch is that all your bets need to be winners for you to win.

Prop bets

Prop bets are placed on specific outcomes in a match that may not affect the final result, such as how many yards a player may cover on the pitch.

Futures and outright bets

Both outright bets and futures are long-term bets. Outright bets are on whom you think will win the championship, while futures are on end-of-season awards like MVPs, conference winners, top scorers, etc.

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