NCAA Football Betting News
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NCAA Football Betting News FAQ
What is a totals bet in NCAA football?
A totals bet in college football is a wager on the combined number of points scored in a game. You bet on whether the total points will go over or under a set number. If the total in a Cincinnati vs Michigan game is 58, and Cincinnati wins 34-30, the “over” wins as both teams combined to score more than 58 points. If Cincinnati wins 34-23, the under wins.
How do point spreads work in college football?
Point spreads in college football are wagers on the margin of victory. If Alabama is -2.5 against Georgia, then the Bulldogs have to win by 3 points or more in order to cover the spread, and win the bet. If Georgia loses by one (1) or two (2) points or wins the game outright, anyone who bet on Georgia wins their wager.
Where can I bet on college football?
There is a laundry list of NCAAF sportsbooks where you can bet on college football games online. Our favorite college football betting sites to wager on the NCAAF regular season, NCAA football bowl games, and the National Championship game include top-rated online bookmakers such as BetUS, Bovada, BetOnline, Everygame, and MyBookie just to name a handful.