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2022-23 NCAAF College Football Season
August 27th, 2022 to January 9th, 2023

Bet on NCAAF College Football 2022

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NCAA College Football is one of the most popular sports to bet on, and it’s not even on a professional level. Betting on collegiate sports can be seen as controversial in some states, but it is widely bet on in North America, making it a huge market for sports bettors.

Player’s performances during their formative NCAAF years will impact their chances of making the NFL, and while there are thousands of NCAAF players each season, only about 256 are invited to the NFL Draft. The stakes are high, and players are giving their all to impress – making for highly competitive football games.

We are looking forward to the upcoming season without COVID-19 disruptions or protocols, as vaccine rollout in the United States has been keeping the virus at bay and allowing sports to resume throughout the summer months. Stadiums will again be packed full of NCAAF fans, and sports bettors will again be betting on the top talent in college football.

Teams and Conferences

130 NCAA college football teams make up the Division I league that we know and love to bet on.

All teams are divided into conferences


  • Cincinnati Bearcats
  • East Carolina Pirates
  • Houston Cougars
  • Memphis Tigers
  • Navy Midshipmen
  • SMU Mustangs
  • South Florida Bulls
  • Temple Owls
  • Tulane Green Wave
  • Tulsa Golden Hurricane
  • UCF Knights


  • Boston College Eagles
  • Clemson Tigers
  • Duke Blue Devils
  • Florida State Seminoles
  • Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
  • Louisville Cardinals
  • Miami Hurricanes
  • NC State Wolfpack
  • North Carolina Tar Heels
  • Notre Dame Fighting Irish
  • Pittsburgh Panthers
  • Syracuse Orange
  • Virginia Cavaliers
  • Virginia Tech Hokies
  • Wake Forest Demon Deacons

Big 12

  • Baylor Bears
  • Iowa State Cyclones
  • Kansas Jayhawks
  • Kansas State Wildcats
  • Oklahoma Sooners
  • Oklahoma State Cowboys
  • TCU Horned Frogs
  • Texas Longhorns
  • Texas Tech Red Raiders
  • West Virginia Mountaineers

Big Ten

  • Illinois Fighting Illini
  • Indiana Hoosiers
  • Iowa Hawkeyes
  • Maryland Terrapins
  • Michigan State Spartans
  • Minnesota Golden Gophers
  • Nebraska Cornhuskers
  • Northwestern Wildcats
  • Ohio State Buckeyes
  • Penn State Nittany Lions
  • Purdue Boilermakers
  • Rutgers Scarlet Knights
  • Wisconsin Badgers


  • Charlotte 49ers
  • Florida Atlantic Owls
  • Florida International Panthers
  • Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
  • Marshall Thundering Herd
  • North Texas Mean Green
  • Old Dominion Monarchs
  • Rice Owls
  • Souther Mississippi Golden Eagles
  • UAB Blazers
  • UTEP Miners
  • UTSA Roadrunners
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

FBS Independents

  • Army Black Knights
  • BYU Cougars
  • Liberty Flames
  • New Mexico State Aggies
  • UConn Huskies
  • UMass Minutemen


  • Akron Zips
  • Ball State Cardinals
  • Bowling Green Falcons
  • Buffalo Bulls
  • Central Michigan Chippewas
  • Eastern Michigan Eagles
  • Kent State Golden Flashes
  • Miami (OH) RedHawks
  • Northern Illinois Huskies
  • Ohio Bobcats
  • Toledo Rockets
  • Western Michigan Broncos

Mountain West

  • Air Force Falcons
  • Boise State Broncos
  • Colorado State Rams
  • Fresno State Bulldogs
  • Hawai’I Rainbow Warriors
  • Nevada Wolf Pack
  • New Mexico Lobos
  • San Diego State Aztecs
  • San Jose State Spartans
  • UNLV Rebels
  • Utah State Aggies
  • Wyoming Cowboys


  • Arizona State Sun Devils
  • Arizona Wildcats
  • California Golden Bears
  • Colorado Buffaloes
  • Oregon Ducks
  • Oregon State Beavers
  • Stanford Cardinal
  • UCLA Bruins
  • USC Trojans
  • Utah Utes
  • Washington Huskies
  • Washington State Cougars


  • Alabama Crimson Tide
  • Arkansas Razorbacks
  • Auburn Tigers
  • Florida Gators
  • Georgia Bulldogs
  • Kentucky Wildcats
  • LSU Tigers
  • Mississippi State Bulldogs
  • Missouri Tigers
  • Ole Miss Rebels
  • South Carolina Gamecocks
  • Tennessee Volunteers
  • Texas A&M Aggies
  • Vanderbilt Commodores

Sun Belt

  • Appalachian State Mountaineers
  • Arkansas State Red Wolves
  • Coastal Carolina Chanticleers
  • Georgia Southern Eagles
  • Georgia State Panthers
  • Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns
  • South Alabama Jaguars
  • Texas State Bobcats
  • Troy Trojans
  • UL Monroe Warhawks

Each of these 130 college football teams will play 33 games in a regular season – with games occurring on Thursday, Friday and Saturdays during the autumn months. That makes for plenty of college football odds and wagers for you to take advantage of.

NCAAF Odds will be released on every single game, and you can count on BetUS Sportsbook to have NCAA football betting lines as well as special bonuses to help you pad your bank roll for the season.

NCAAF Bowl Games

Before we get to the CFB Playoff National Championship, teams must play in Bowl Games where the top teams from their respective conferences will face off against another conference.

The main committee Bowl Games for the 2021-2022 season are as follows:

  • Sugar Bowl (SEC vs Big 12)
  • Rose Bowl (Big Ten vs Pac-12)
  • Fiesta Bowl
  • Peach Bowl
  • Orange Bowl
  • Cotton Bowl

There are over a dozen other Bowl games that will take place in late December in other conferences, but the above are the main bowls you would place wagers on when betting on NCAA College Football over New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

CFB Playoff National Championship

The 2021-2022 CFB Playoff National Championship is scheduled to be held on January 10th, 2022 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Alabama Crimson Tide of the SEC will be looking to retain their title under leadership from head coach Nick Saban, which would end up being their sixth appearance in the championship game.

We offer CFB odds where you can predict the title winner before the season or even the Bowl Games even begin. At BetUS Sportsbook we call these NCAA football futures, and they can prove to be very profitable if you are correct in your prediction!

We recommend heading over to our How to Bet on College Football tab to learn more about college football odds.

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Learn How to Bet on NCAAF College Football Odds

NCAA Football is the king of collegiate sports, and millions of dollars are wagered on Division I football each year. It’s the closest thing to a professional sport on a college level and a stepping stone for many who want to prove their worth to the NFL scouts.

NCAA College Football betting is a great way to spend a weekend, so if you’re new to betting on the NCAAF Odds, we recommend following along to learn all you need to know about sports betting on college football Odds.

How to Bet on NCAA College Football

There are a few popular options you’ll want to familiarize yourself with as a new sports bettor. Understanding how College Football odds work, and how to place these wagers will benefit your overall NCAAF betting strategy.

Let’s take a look at NCAA college football betting odds first:

NCAA College Football Betting Odds

When you’re looking at college football odds, you will be looking at the numbers you see next to a team name on the oddsboard. Whether the number is positive or negative will show you how likely it will be that outcome will occur. A positive number indicates that the team is less likely to win, and the negative number represents the favored team.

NCAA College Football Betting Options

Now that we’ve covered what college football odds look like, let’s look at some common NCAAF betting options:

College Football Moneylines

Moneyline betting is a simple betting type available that’s easy to understand, especially if you’re new to college football betting. Your only job is to determine which team will win the game.

Let’s look at an example:

  • UCF -130
  • Boise State +350

In this example, UCF is favored to win this game and Boise State is considered the underdog. We learned above that negative numbers represent favored players and positive numbers represent underdogs. In this case, you would need to bet $130 on UCF in order to win $100. On the other side of the bet, you would need to bet $100 to win $350.

The odds show you how much you would win or have to bet if you were betting in denominations of $100. You can bet any amount – it’s just an easy way to look at the odds.

College Football Point Spreads

Spreads are popular throughout all professional sports, but NCAA college football odds can tend to be lopsided within their respective conferences so you can see some wild point differentials. The larger the spread, the more opportunity you have to take advantage of some great odds.

Point spreads level the playing field slightly, as oddsmakers set the spread and allow the underdog a better chance of being on the winning end of a ticket. If you have a spread of 7.5, the favored team must win the game by more than 8 points, and the underdog will either have to win the game or lose by less than 7 points.

If you have Texas Tech and Houston playing, and the spread looks like this:

  • Texas Tech (+4.5)
  • Houston (-4.5)

Houston is the favored team and must win by more than five points. Texas Tech is an underdog and can either win the game or lose by less than four points.

College Football Totals

Sometimes, with so many college football teams playing on any given weekend, it can be challenging to decide who to bet on. Betting on totals is a great opportunity to still get value out of a game where you don’t like a particular team to win. All you have to do is decide if the total number of points scored by both teams will be over or under our line.

If you have Oregon State at Purdue, and the total is set at 50, you will need to decide if you think both teams will score more or less than 50 points. Let’s say the final score is 31-24 – this means the over will have cashed as the actual total was 55.

College Football Prop Bets

Prop bets are fun ways to make an NCAAF College Football game more exciting. You can bet on interesting instances that will occur during the game such as totals by quarter, team props, player props including how many yards a quarterback might pass, how many yards a running back might rush, the list goes on.

Prop bets are unique for each game, but you can place a few bets during the game to make things a bit more interesting. We recommend checking out the specials section of each game you plan to watch, you might find something of interest!

NCAAF Football Futures

NCAAF futures Bets are extremely popular to place wagers on because you can win some big money if you accurately predict the winner of the CFB Playoff Championship months in advance. The closer you get to the future event, the odds will move in the direction of the most likely outcome. Locking in odds months in advance will ensure a much larger payout. However, it is extremely difficult to predict as there are 130 teams in Division I College Football. Your odds are 1/130 of picking the winning team – unless there is an absolute clear-cut powerhouse of a team. There are always upsets, and there are always surprises. This isn’t meant to scare you from betting on futures – it’s to recognize the opportunity, but also prove that anything can happen when it comes to NCAA College Football odds. Alabama Crimson Tide is the favorite going into the 2021-2022 NCAA College Football season at +300. The season begins in August, and we expect the odds board will be constantly moving throughout the season – get your bets in before it starts moving!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bet on the NCAAF Football Odds?

Yes, betting on NCAA College Football is legal in the United States. As long as your state has legal sports betting and you can access online sportsbooks, you can bet on NCAAF odds.

Where to find Vegas Odds for NCAAF College Football?

BetUS Sportsbook offers a huge selection of NCAA College Football odds, you can take advantage of plenty of moneyline, point spreads, totals, prop bets, NCAAF futures and more.

How to read NCAAF College Football Odds?

NCAAF odds are simple and easy to understand! We have a comprehensive NCAA College Football betting guide that will explain how the College Football odds work.

When is the NCAAF College Football 2022-23?

The NCAA College Football season runs from late August, wrapping up in early January. The 2022-23 NCAAF season starts August 27, 2022, and will wrap up Monday, Jan. 9, 2023, in Los Angeles, California.

Where is the NCAAF College Football?

College Football occurs in every state in the United States. NCAAF Division I teams will face each other in their respective conferences all season and the top teams will head to their respective Bowl games in December.

Is Betting on the NCAAF College Football Legal?

Yes, as long as betting on collegiate games is legal in your state, you can bet on NCAA College football odds legally! Many online sportsbooks offer odds to those states who don’t allow in-person or state-run NCAAF betting.

Where can I bet on the NCAAF College Football?

BetUS Sportsbook is a great place to start your NCAA College Football betting journey. You can create an account, take advantage of welcome bonuses, and start betting right away on your favorite NCAAF teams.

Why is BetUS a good option to bet on NCAAF College Football Odds?

BetUS Sportsbook offers plenty of bonuses and special NCAAF offers for our customers. We have a wide variety of betting options per NCAA college football game. It’s hard to find a sportsbook that offers the number of in-game props and competitive odds that BetUS has.

How to Bet on the NCAAF College Football?

It’s easy to bet on NCAA College Football – we recommend heading over to our How to Bet on NCAAF tab, where we show you the popular NCAAF betting options and how to place your wagers.

How do NCAAF College Football Odds work?

NCAA College Football odds show you how likely it is that your bet will win. We recommend visiting our How to Bet on College Football tab to find out how each betting type works and how to read the NCAAF odds.

Is there any betting strategy to use for the NCAAF College Football?

We recommend keeping an eye on your favorite teams and monitoring injury reports. There are so many NCAA College Football teams, it can be hard to keep up with each and every one. Pick some solid favorites, and follow some beat writers that specialize in College Football statistics.

How can I make a NCAAF College Football Parlay?

NCAA College Football parlays are easy, as most games are played on Thursday, Friday and Saturday’s during the week. With the games so close together, they can create great opportunities to pile a few bets on a parlay ticket to win some big cash!