College football odds and betting
While most football fans immediately turn their attention to betting on the NFL, there’s a huge market of possibilities awaiting punters, thanks to college fixtures.
College football is different from the NFL, offering a huge slate of games throughout the week and dozens of weekend matchups, often with attractive odds to sports bettors. Let’s take a closer look at what you need to know about college football odds and betting.
Can you Bet on College Football?
Of course! Betting on college football is a great way to back your alumni as they take to the field. Ohio is blessed with a number of college football teams operating at the top level, with the Ohio Bobcats, Ohio State Buckeyes, and Toledo Rockets all competing in the NCAA D1.
You will find a wide range of bet types and a selection of attractive odds when betting on college football, as there are much bigger discrepancies in quality within the divisions, particularly when compared to the NFL. So, whether you’re looking to back your old school or have a passion for watching NCAA sports live, betting on college football is a great way to increase the scope of your weekly betting slip.
College Football Odds and Betting Types
The good news is that with college football odds and betting you can place NCAA bets on practically all the same markets that are available to NFL bettors. Here’s a brief rundown of some of the college football bets that you can place:
- Moneyline bets: In a college football moneyline bet, your job is to pick the winner. It’s as simple as that!
- Spread bets: The college spread is usually available a couple of days before the game and gives the underdogs a head start and the favorites a handicap. It’s a great way of leveling the playing field and finding value.
- Parlay bets: Fancy making multiple selections in the same week? Why not build several teams into the same college football parlay bet to crank your odds up a notch?
- Totals bets: Instead of picking winners, you can predict how many points you think will be scored in a game by selecting over or under the line set by the sportsbook.
As is the case with betting on the NFL, the underdogs are represented by positive odds, while the favorites are given negative odds. With this information, you’re ready to place your chosen bets on the college football fixtures of your choice.
How to bet on college football
Betting on college football couldn’t be easier. Study the form guide, make your selections, and place your bets. Make sure you understand the different college football odds and betting options at your disposal, and be careful when reading the odds available for this game week. You can then weigh up whether you think a particular outcome offers good value before making your selections and placing your college football bets.
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