NCCA Football Odds

# NCAA Football Odds

Looking at NCAA football betting odds can be challenging, especially if you are new to sports betting. However, NCAA football odds can vary greatly depending on what you are betting on.

The first thing you would need to do is find a legal and reputable sportsbook to place your bets. Once you have done that, you will be able to start focusing on your bets and reading NCAA football game odds.

## Moneyline Betting

We will start this off with the most common bet out there, the moneyline. These bets are a wager on a team that you think will win between the two. If you can read these odds, then you can read just about any of them.

For example, let us look at some Las Vegas NCAA football odds for a matchup between these two teams:

Ohio State is an NCAA football Vegas odds favorite. This is because they are marked with a minus sign. To read this, it says that a \$210 wager would net you \$100 if they win.

For Alabama, they are considered the underdogs. This is because they have a plus sign. So to read this, it is saying that a \$100 wager would net you \$170 if they happen to win.

Spread betting is another great betting option, especially for football. This bet revolves around the potential score of each team, but only how much they win or lose by.

Using the example from above, let us use some numbers for those teams:

We already know that Ohio State is the favorite and that Alabama is the underdog. However, to read this, it is slightly different than a moneyline.

A bet on Ohio State for the spread bet means they must win the game by seven or more points. So the negative 110 next to it means a \$110 wager would net you \$100.

A bet on Alabama means that they must win the game or lose by no more than 6 points. For the moneyline, they have to win.

The reason for the 0.5 is so that the bet does not tie or become a" push." If it did, the money would be returned to you.

## Totals Betting

The totals bet is another great option that is similar to the spread bet. This one is based on the total score of the game, regardless of who wins.

Depending on the teams at play, this number will change based on the market outlook. For example, let us use the number 48.5 for a totals bet, or sometimes called the over/under.

If Oregon and Texas are playing each other, you do not need to worry a ton about who will win if you are doing the totals bet. You will need to research on the offensive and defensive of these teams, primarily.

If the ending of the game is Oregon 28 and Texas 14, you would have lost your bet if you had chosen over, because the total points only reached 42. However, if the total score was 49 or more, then you would have won.

## Futures Betting

Looking at NCAA football's future odds, they are similar to what a moneyline is. These bets are for events or scenarios that are out in the future or specific dates in advance.

For example, you could see NCAA football conference odds early in the season or even national championship odds. These are a little more volatile since they can change drastically from the start of the season.

## Prop Bets

Propositional bets are overall fun bets in general. They let you focus on individual players, outcomes, or things that have nothing to do with the game.

These bets could be for how many yards a running back will run. They could even be as simple as who will score first. One that is not related to the game result would be what color is the Gatorade that will be dumped on the winning coach.

## Parlay Bets

Parlay bets need to be approached with caution, only because they are one of the more difficult bets to get right. Reading these odds are just like any moneyline, but it becomes complicated once you add more details to it.

So parlay bets are a combination of other bets in one betting slip. This could be three moneyline bets on one slip. This could also be two moneyline bets, a spread, and even a totals bet

Parlays pay out great, but you have to win every single bet on that ticket to get paid. If even one bet loses on that ticket, you win nothing, so this is why it appears to be the most difficult.

#### NCAA Football Odds FAQs

Why do the odds change?
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Odds are always subject to changes, so keep that in mind. This is due to a variety of factors, such as how many bets are placed on a team, a change in a lineup, a big injury, or even just both sides being adjusted because there are a lot of people betting one way.

What are good odds for NCAA football?
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This ultimately depends on what you are betting on. The first thing you should do is your research on both teams at play and come up with as much information as you can. This way, you can make an educated wager or at least see if the money is worth putting down on it.

Is the moneyline the best bet to make?
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The moneyline is one of the easier bets to understand, so that is why people like to bet on it. However, everyone is going to have a different comfort level when determining what the best bet is.