Our college football database is the easiest and most effective way to quickly find necessary trends for every team, conference and matchup. Whether it’s regular season or a college football playoff game, our searchable database let’s you customize betting questions and get instant, simple results.
For example, maybe you’re wondering how Georgia fares as a double-digit favourite before you hammer the large line. Perhaps you’re sifting through any betting trends dating back 25 years between Tennessee and Alabama. Or you could be getting super specific and curious how Clemson performs within the ACC in November. No matter how niche, our NCAAF database has your answers within a matter of seconds.
Below we list more tips and tricks on how to use our database.
How to Use our College Football Database
First things first, choose which general trend you're looking for whether it be a HEAD TO HEAD between programs, a team BEFORE/AFTER BYE, or trends VS CONFERENCE.
From the drop down menu, select a school by its full name – for instance, Louisiana State instead of LSU. Then do the same for their opponent – or leave it blank to look up all opponents.
This is where the fun part starts, you can narrow down your search by choosing how many games you want to check (10,20 or 30), which month, regular or postseason games, location and whether you’re looking at their status as an underdog or favorite or either.
where does the data from our database come from?
All the way back in 1995, we had great idea. Then, we snagged bunch of college football odds and box scores and created a database so bettors can have an edge. The box-score data goes back to 1996 and the odds and totals go back as far as 1990.
For example, did you know the annual anticipated matchup between Michigan and Ohio State, better known as The Game, has hit the OVER in every season since 2013? Yup, bet you'll consider wagering on them going OVER the point total this season now, too.
Why should you use our database?
Our database is a valuable resource for college football handicappers to discover betting angles for NCAAF odds that they wouldn’t necessarily have access to.
And when it comes to college football, the games are fueled by rivalry and passion. For example, Michigan is usually the better ranked group in recent years. However, the inner-state battle with Michigan State is always a battle. In fact, the Spartans were 7-2-1 ATS between 2013 to 2022 in their traditional meeting with the Wolverines.
So, save yourself the time of googling the games every year. All your trends through the last few decades are all just a couple of clicks away.
For more information about how to use our databases, check out this page.