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Final
Indicates that you are betting only on the winner of the event
Money Line
Indicates how many points the favorite is expected to win by
Point Spread
Indicates the total points both teams are expected to score
Total Points
LSU TigersLSU Tigers20
Tigers need(s) to win by the end of the game or match.
The Tigers need to lose by less than 10 points (or win)
Both teams need to score combined over 47 points
Kansas State WildcatsKansas State Wildcats42
Wildcats need(s) to win by the end of the game or match.
The Wildcats need to win by more than 9 points
Both teams need to score combined under 48 points
Final
Indicates that you are betting only on the winner of the event
Money Line
Indicates how many points the favorite is expected to win by
Point Spread
Indicates the total points both teams are expected to score
Total Points
Georgia BulldogsGeorgia Bulldogs33
Bulldogs need(s) to win by the end of the game or match.
The Bulldogs need to win by more than 3 points
Both teams need to score combined over 53 points
Alabama Crimson TideAlabama Crimson Tide18
Crimson Tide need(s) to win by the end of the game or match.
The Crimson Tide need to lose by less than 3 points (or win)
Both teams need to score combined under 53 points

NCAAF odds guide

What do NFL odds look like?

During the college football season, there will be dozens of games on the board most Saturdays. Three types of odds are the most common:

Point spread: The point spread, also called the “side,” evens the playing field in a lopsided matchup.

Alabama -35.5

New Mexico State +35.5

With this example, bettors backing the underdog New Mexico State need the Aggies to win or keep the losing margin to 35 points or less. Alabama would need to win by 36 or more points for Crimson Tide bettors to cash that wager.

Over/under: These bets, also called the “total,” are simple. The sportsbook sets a line on combined points by both teams, and bettors can take over or under that point total.

Moneyline: This bet removes the point spread, with corresponding odds for the favorite and underdog.

Ohio State -400

Penn State +350

In this example, Ohio State backers would need to lay $400 on the favorite Buckeyes to win $100. A $100 bet on Penn State would return $350, but the Nittany Lions would have to win straight up.

Which future bets are available for college football?

The most popular future bet is on the College Football Playoff national champion. Bettors can also wager on who will win the Heisman Trophy, and usually sportsbooks offer future bets for over/under win totals on teams from the major conferences.

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