College Football Betting

Welcome to the College Football betting section of SportsBetListings.com, your ultimate sports betting resource!

This section has everything you need to start placing college football bets online.  Our top rated sportsbooks below are geotargeted based on your location.  We suggest you check out the college football lines at each of our top rated online sportsbooks to make sure you aren’t leaving points on the table. I will also explain the three most popular bets on college football games, and provide a simple 3 step guide you can follow to place your bets online.

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How To Place College Football Bets

It’s important that you understand the college football betting options that are available to you.  Spread betting is the most popular form of college football betting, while money line and over/under bets are also quite popular among bettors. Each of these betting options are explained in detail below (with examples).

Spread Betting

Spread betting is the most popular form of college football betting because it gives the underdog team a handicap, which puts both teams on an even playing field.  This allows bettors to bet on whether they think the underdog will keep the game closer than the spread amount or if the favorite will win by more than the given handicap.  Here is an example:

Penn State +5.5
Wisconsin -5.5

In this example Wisconsin are 5.5 point favorites (Penn State have a 5.5 point handicap).  In order for a spread bet on Wisconsin to win, they must win the game by 6 or more points.  Meanwhile an Penn State spread bet would payout if Penn State either won the game or lost by 5 or fewer points. Typically each side of a spread will carry odds of -110, meaning a $110 bet would payout $100 for both sides.

Money Line Betting

Money line betting involves betting on which team will win straight up.  If the team you choose wins the game, then your wager will payout.  Needless to say a $100 wager on an underdog will payout much more than the same wager on a favorite.  Let’s continue with the example from earlier.

Penn State +190
Wisconsin -220

In this case a $100 bet on Penn State would win $190 for a total payout of $290 if Penn State won the game.  In order to win $100 betting on Wisconsin you would have had to wager $220.  This would have resulted in a total payout of $320.

Total Points Betting

Total points betting (also known as over/under betting) is another popular college football bet.  In total points betting you wager on how many points will be scored in the game by both teams combined.  The oddsmaker will set a total and the bettor can wager on whether more or fewer points will be scored than the given amount.  Continuing with the Penn State vs Wisconsin example:

Over 50 (-110)
Under 50 (-110)

If you think 51 or more points will be scored in the game, place a wager on the over.  For 49 or fewer points you would place an under wager.  If the game ends with exactly 50 points scored then the bets would push and the wagers would be refunded.

How To Place College Football Bets Online

Follow this three step guide to place your NCAA Football bets online within minutes.

Step 1. Join A Betting Site

The first step is to open an account with an online betting site. I recommended some sportsbooks earlier on this page for your location. I will use BetOnline.ag, one of our top rated betting sites for players worldwide, for the rest of this guide.

Click here to visit BetOnline.ag. Click ‘Join Now’ on the home page and fill out the sign up form to open your account.

Step 2. Deposit

After logging into your new account click on the green ‘Deposit’ button in the top right corner of the screen. Select your preferred deposit method and follow the instructions to fund your account.

BetOnline accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and various other methods depending on your location.

Step 3. Place Your Bets

  1. Click ‘Sports’ from the top menu bar.
  2. Open the ‘Football’ and ‘NCAA’ drop down menus and select ‘NCAA Football Game’.
  3. Click the odds of the bet you want to make to add it to your Bet Slip.
  4. Enter your wager amount and click ‘Place Bet’ to confirm the bet.

Ready to bet? Click here to visit BetOnline.ag.