College Football Odds

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College Football Moneylines

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We have provided live point spreads, totals and moneylines from many of the top sportsbooks so that you can compare them to make sure you are giving yourself the best possible chance to win week-in and week-out in college football.  Getting just a half-point better on a line can seriously increase you winning percentage throughout the course of the season.

For those who are new to betting, let’s do a quick rundown on what the numbers in these odds tables mean.

Every game shows the road team first and the home team second.  The favorite in the matchup is always represented by a negative number (e.g. Alabama -10), while the underdog is always represented by a positing number (e.g. Notre Dame +10).  In the examples we’ve provided, Alabama is favored to win by 10 points, meaning if you bet on them they would need to win by at least 11 points in order for that to be a winning bet.  The reverse is true for betting on underdogs.  Notre Dame at +10 must either lose the game by less than 9 points or win the game outright in order for them to be a winning bet.

Totals (or Over/Unders) are shown directly below the point spreads.  This is the total number of points that the oddsmakers have set for the game.  You simply bet on if you think the total combined points of the two teams at the end of the game will be more (over) or less (under) than that number.

Moneyline bets simplify things as you are simply betting on who you think will win the game.  The catch is that favorites will carry more risk, while underdogs will have higher payouts since they are less likely to win the game.  For example, a moneyline on a favorite of -200 means you must wager $200 for every $100 you want to win.  For underdogs, the plus (+) number tells you how much a $100 bet would win if that team were to win outright.  An example of this would be Boston College +350, which means a $100 bet on them would pay you $350 if they were to win the game outright.

Something that many amateur bettors overlook is the importance of key numbers in college football.   Using this information in combination with our comparative odds you can clearly see when it makes the most sense to either find a line that is a half-point better, or decide to buy onto or off of a key number.

You should also check this page to find out the best teaser odds.  Read all of our information on college football teasers and you’ll find out exactly which numbers you could have basically bet blindly on over the past 20 years and made a profit.