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College Football Betting Lines | NCAA Football Odds

College football is perhaps the most exciting of all sports to bet on, and at BetMGM we offer a wide selection of games from across the NCAA. Check out our college football lines and odds that include futures, game day and in-play odds as well as exciting prop bets. If you are new to college football betting, check out our quick beginner's guide below:

College Football Odds & Lines Explained

Futures bets or outright bets are the same in college football as they are in any sport: If you like a team to win the championship, you can place a bet on them and if they're successful you win. However, when betting on individual College football games, it's important to understand the basics of betting terminology before you get started: 

Point Spread: The point spread or handicap is set by BetMGM and it gives one team a head start depending on each team's perceived ability. If you want to bet college football against the spread (ATS) and you see a team is -7.5, that team would need to win by 8 points or more for you to win your bet. Conversely, a team that is +4 would need to lose by fewer than 4 or win outright for the bet to win.

Money Line: The money line is also a form of handicap but does not set a margin of victory. Instead, each team is given odds that reflect their chances to win. If a team is minus (-200 for example), they are the favourite. A team with plus (+200) is the underdog. In this example, the favourite would be -200 which means to win $100 you would have to bet $200. Conversely, if you bet on the dog, a $100 bet would win you $200 if successful.

Points Total: Simply decide whether the combined score for both teams will be over or under the number set by BetMGM. In college football, points totals are often significantly higher than in the NFL making for exciting games and riveting bets!

Props: Wagers specific to outcomes of the performance of individual players or teams, such as touchdowns scored, rushing yards or interceptions.

Live Betting: Betting while the game is being played live!

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