NCAAF Odds

NCAA Football Odds

Much like the NFL, NCAA football betting is extremely popular. Although there are many sites that take bets on college football games, Odds.com is the best of the best. We post odds from all the top sports books, giving you the chance to win as much money as possible. Odds.com always provides up to date information on NCAA football odds, as well as live data as each game is unfolding.

Live Odds

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NCAA FootballSaturday August 24th
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291
292
8/24
7:00 PM
Florida
Miami (FL)
50½ -107
-7½ -105
50½ -107
+7½ -107
46½ -105
-7 -110
46½ -105
+7 +100
46 -110
-7 -115
46 -110
+7 -105
47 -103
-7 -116
47 -117
+7 -104
47 +101
-7 -114
47 -117
+7 +100
293
294
8/24
10:30 PM
Arizona
Hawaii
70 -107
-11½ -106
70 -107
+11½ -106
73½ -105
-11 -105
73½ -105
+11 -105
74 -108
-10½ -110
74 -112
+10½ -110
73½ -115
-11 +100
73½ -105
+11 -120
73½ -105
-11 -103
73½ -109
+11 -110
309801
309802
8/24
12:00 PM
Villanova
Colgate
-
-
-
-
35½ -120
+3½ -110
35½ -120
-3½ -110
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-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
309803
309804
8/24
3:00 PM
Youngstown State
Samford
-
-
-
-
51½ -120
-4 -110
51½ -120
+4 -110
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-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
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NCAA Football Point Spread

When betting on NCAA football games, a point spread is in place to determine the underdog and favorite.

When making a point spread wager, you can bet on the loser of the game but still win. For instance, if Alabama is favored by 9.5 points over LSU, the Crimson Tide must win by 10 or more points for your bet to be a winner. If you bet on LSU, they must not lose by more than 9 points.

With a point spread wager, a “-“ and “+” is placed in front of the spread. A “+” is placed before the underdog, showing how many points they are receiving. A “-“ denotes the favorite, showing how many points they are giving.


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