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Reading College Football Odds

If you love college football as much as we do, and you’re a fan of putting your money where your NCAAF odds knowledge is at, then you my friend are at the right place. We get it, reading and understanding how college football odds work can be quite a daunting task, especially with the amount of games going down every weekend.

But don’t stress out or anything of the matter, here at BetUS we are all about having your back and showing you the ropes to understand all the action better, teaching you how to read college football odds, and making sure you can find your way to the college football betting promised land.

Let’s get to it!

College Football Moneyline Betting

Moneyline (ML) wagering is the easiest style to understand. Also called outright or straight-up (SU) betting, the only thing you need to do here is pick the game’s winner. For a new bettor just starting out, this is the best bet type to focus on early on. The Moneyline odds for a college football game will look like this:

Alabama Crimson Tide +125
Auburn Tigers -150

In this example, the Auburn Tigers (-150) are favorites against the visiting Crimson Tide (+125). We know the Tigers are favored because they have a minus (-) sign in front of their name.

We also know that Auburn is the home team because they are listed second. As favorites, you would need to risk $150 on the Tigers at -150 to win $100. But, at $100 bet on the underdog Crimson Tide would return $120.

College Football Point Spread Betting

Moneyline betting may be the easiest style of college football betting to understand, but it’s not the most popular. Betting against the spread (ATS) takes the top spot as the preferred bet to make on college football. This is because ATS betting is set up to handicap the favorite and give underdogs a chance to cash tickets.

This is important in college football because there are times when ML favorites can be -3000 or more. With odds in that range, there is no value in betting the favorite when a bet of $3,000 would return a measly $100. The spread makes it worth betting on even the biggest underdog.

Spread odds function by assigning a set number of points to each game known as the spread. You can look at the spread as a head start for the underdog of (X) number of points. Spread odds at BetUS will look something like this:

Clemson Tigers +3.5 (-105)
Wisconsin Badgers -3.5 (-115)

The spread, in this case, is 3.5 and is always the same for both teams. Now is the time we need to talk about half-points. Half points are used to avoid a tie or “push” from occurring and guaranteeing that one side wins.

In the above example game, the Badgers are 3.5-point underdogs with odds set at (-105). This means that to win a bet on Clemson on the spread, the Tigers can win or lose. But, if they lose, they must lose by three points or fewer in order to cover the spread. At -105, a $100 winning bet on the Tigers would pay out $95.

Similarly, to win a bet on the Badgers, Wisconsin would need to win the game by four or more points If they win the game, but by three points or less, they would fail to cover and lose the bet/ At -115 odds, a bet on Wisconsin would win you $86.95 plus our original bet.

College Football Totals Betting

Betting on totals in college football differs from ML and ATS betting because it doesn’t matter who wins the game. The only thing totals bettors care about is how many points are scored in the game. This form of betting is also known as the Over/Under (O/U) and is a fun way to switch up your daily bets with something different.

Here is an example of what the O/U odds for a college football game look like.

LSU Tigers vs. Ole Miss Rebels O/U 47.5 (o-105)/-115u)

In this example, the total for this game has been set at 47.5. This means that in order to cash a bet on the Over, the score must eclipse 48 points. Anything less than 48 points would be a win for the Under. In this example, the Over has odds of -105 while the under is favored at -115.

BetUS also offers team totals for most major college football games. The difference here is you are betting on one team’s total points and not the combined game score.

College Football Prop Betting

BetUS Sportsbook offers not only standard betting options but also numerous propositional (prop) bets for most major matchups. The bigger the event, the more props that will be available to bet on. Prop bets give you a chance to bet on all types of outcomes that don’t always have anything to do with the game itself.

For example, a popular prop bet for Bowl Games is what color Gatorade is poured on the winning coach. Props like this are often called exotic bets.

The most common type of prop bet for regular season games is player props.

These give you the chance to wager on the performance of one specific player. A popular player prop is the total number of yards a starting QB will throw for in a game.

There are also team props that allow you to wager on the combined stats of the entire team during the course of a game. An example of this would look something like this:

Rutgers Scarlet Knights O/U 99.5 Rushing Yards (o-110/u-110)

In this example, we are betting on the total number of rushing yards that Rutgers has in this particular game. If the team scampers for 100 or more yards, the Over cashes. But, if Rutgers fails to total 100 yards on the ground, the Under cashes.

In this case, the prop is set up as a betting total. In other cases, it will be what is referred to as a Yes/No prop. An example of this type of prop bet would look something like this:

Will Caleb Williams Throw for (3) or more passing touchdowns? Yes -150 No +125

In this example of a Yes/No players prop, we are betting on whether Caleb Williams will pass for three or more touchdowns. The Yes option is favored at -150 and the No, at +125, would be considered the “underdog”.

College Football Futures Betting

Futures are often considered a type of prop bet that spans an entire season and not just a single game. Unlike other bet types, futures allow you to wager on outcomes months in advance. While it’s difficult to predict things so far in the future, the payouts on futures are high.

A few examples of future betting on college football would be the winner of the Heisman Trophy, the winner of the Rose Bowl, and the Coach of the Year winner. Among all future bets, the winner of the College Football National Championship is the most popular.

Betting on Bowl Season

While betting on the regular season is full of excitement, the action really picks up for college football bettors during Bowl Season. It’s the time of year when the best college football teams are awarded an extra game and pitted against each other.

It has been announced that there will be 43 bowl games scheduled for the 2023-24 season. The first will be the Hometown Lenders Bahamas Bowl on Dec. 16. Other notable bowl games include the Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl, Peach Bowl, Cotton Bowl, and Fiesta Bowl.

Championship games

In college football, the equivalent of the NFL’s AFC and NFC title games are the two CFP semifinal games, to be held this season on January 1st, 2024. Two of the most important bowl games of the season, the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl respectively will see the top 4 college football teams duke it out to fight over a spot in the college football title game, to be held on January 8th, 2024.

We know what you might be thinking, why are we already talking about championship games if the season hasn’t even started? Well because that’s the beauty of college football. And of course, make sure you keep up with all the latest betting trends and news to have an edge when picking your preferred college football picks.

Make sure you check out our college football playoff odds page to stay up to date with the best picks as the season progresses, you can thank us later.

Conference championships

Before all the CFP action unfolds, there’s an incredibly important step beforehand, deciding each conference’s respective champions. While in some conferences, winning the championship acts as a mere factor for bragging rights, in others, deciding the conference champion holds a very important factor, especially when it comes to matters of national rankings and college football playoff implications.

College Football Rivalries

If we had to pinpoint one specific factor that shows why college football holds a special place in the heart of all sports betting fans, it definitely goes to those good, old college football rivalries and their respective games each season.

In the world of NCAAF action, bad blood runs thick and it runs strongly. Be it because of sporting rivalries, geographical proximity between schools, or just flat-out hatred, when rivalry week comes along each season, there’s nothing quite like it.

With names like the “Iron Bowl” played between Auburn and Alabama, the “Bedlam Bowl” that pits Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, the “Civil War” between Oregon and Oregon State, “Clean, Old Fashioned Hate” Game between Georgia and Georgia Tech, and the “Red River Shootout” between Oklahoma and Texas, tell us college football rivalries don’t sound like the most exciting games each season.


Once all the conference championship games are over, and the season winds down to a finish, the last part of each college football season, and for some the most exciting rolls around, it being the college football playoffs or postseason.

With only four teams entering the fray to fight it out for the NCAAF national championship, room for mistakes if nowhere to be found, and each downplayed earns a whole new meaning and value.
For betting fans all around, making it to the postseason with a strong wagering season record and an equally strong strategy when it comes to selecting the top college football picks is non-negotiable.

At BetUS sportsbook, the game is already being played, with our college football odds page already dishing out some of the best lines for which squads look like the best picks to make it to the NCAAF postseason. All you need to do is click, pick, and start preparing to win.

CFP odds

At BetUS, we know how important it is for NCAAF betting fans to have the absolute best info, wagering tips, and odds, especially when the time for the college football playoffs rolls around. After a grueling season full of action, upsets, surprises, and whatnot, making it to the finish line, the CFP games, with the best chances to win some money are pivotal.

But why wait until so long into the season to get to betting on the best CFP odds? Here at BetUS, we offer our fans the chance to get to betting on which teams they feel have the best chances to make it to the CFPs right now. Be it that you have a hankering for wagering a few bucks on your favorite school to win the CFP title, or any other team in the NCAAF universe, we’re ready for you and all the action you want to play.

College Football Teams

With over one hundred teams playing each season around the US, keeping track of where each school plays and who their conference rivals are could become quite a daunting task. But we got your back.

In order to make your college football betting experience that much easier, here is a list of each conference and every school that plays in it.


  • Charlotte 49ers
  • East Carolina Pirates
  • Houston Cougars
  • Memphis Tigers
  • Navy Midshipmen
  • North Texas Mean Green
  • SMU Mustangs
  • South Florida Bulls
  • Florida Atlantic Owls
  • Rice Owls
  • Temple Owls
  • Tulane Green Wave
  • Tulsa Golden Hurricane
  • UAB Blazers
  • UTSA Roadrunners


  • 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
  • Pittsburgh Panthers
  • Syracuse Orange
  • Virginia Cavaliers
  • Virginia Tech Hokies
  • Wake Forest Demon Deacons

Big 12

  • BYU Cougars
  • Baylor Bears
  • Cincinnati Bearcats
  • Houston Cougars
  • Iowa State Cyclones
  • Kansas Jayhawks
  • Kansas State Wildcats
  • Oklahoma Sooners
  • Oklahoma State Cowboys
  • TCU Horned Frogs
  • Texas Longhorns
  • Texas Tech Red Raiders
  • UCF Knights
  • West Virginia Mountaineers

Big Ten

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


  • Florida International Panthers
  • Jacksonville State Gamecocks
  • Liberty Flames
  • Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
  • Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders
  • New Mexico State Aggies
  • Sam Houston Bearcats
  • UTEP Miners
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

FBS Independents

Mid- American

  • 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
  • James Madison Dukes
  • Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns
  • Marshall Thundering Herd
  • Old Dominion Monarchs
  • South Alabama Jaguars
  • Southern Miss Golden Eagles
  • Texas State Bobcats
  • Troy Trojans
  • UL Monroe Warhawks

AP 25 ranking

Each week, the most important college football team ranking is updated by AP, the leading press agency in the world, and the leading voice when it comes to informing about anything and everything sports-related.

At BetUS sportsbook, we know and understand how important said ranking is to make sure all college football odds fans can have a brighter clue on who to bet on and who to avoid week in and week out.

Without further ado, and updating it weekly here is the college football AP top 25 ranking:

  1. Georgia (60)
  2. Michigan (2)
  3. Ohio State (1)
  4. Alabama
  5. LSU
  6. USC
  7. Penn State
  8. Florida State
  9. Clemson
  10. Washington
  11. Texas
  12. Tennessee
  13. Notre Dame
  14. Utah
  15. Oregon
  16. Kansas State
  17. TCU
  18. Oregon State
  19. Wisconsin
  20. Oklahoma
  21. North Carolina
  22. Ole Miss
  23. Texas A&M
  24. Tulane
  25. Iowa

Betting on College Football Odds

If you’re a fan of American football, then you can’t deny that college football is the king of all said sports. Yes, the NFL is cool, amazing, and everything in between, just like betting on it, which you can do by clicking here. But the thrills, passion, and excitement that each college football season brings to the table are unmatched.

With a plethora of games every weekend going down all around the country, the action is set and awaiting all fans looking to score a buck or two betting on college football odds. Thankfully, here at BetUS Sportsbook, we have the absolute best options when it comes to college football lines for each game and of course, picks to always make sure you are on the winning side of the game snagging up the team to win in each matchup.

Whether you’re a fan of big-name schools like Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan, USC, Notre Dame, or others, or you’re more about that small school, dark horse surprise kind of schools, we have got you covered. The only thing left for you to do is get online, hit us up at BetUS, take a look at our top college football picks week in and week out, and get to winning.

College Football Strongest Conferences

In a league as big as college football, with over one hundred teams competing for the coveted college football national title each year, of course, breaking down the scene into conferences was a pivotal move that would end up paying the biggest dividends for the competition. With that said, of course, some conferences hold higher levels of competition than others, a fact that always influences the way in which betting on college football lines is done.

Three conferences stand above all others in college football, the SEC, home of teams like the Alabama Crimson Tide, Georgia Bulldogs, and LSU Tigers, the Big 10, with the Michigan Wolverines, Michigan State Spartans, Ohio State Spartans, and Penn State Nittany Lions leading the pack, and the Big 12, with powerhouse schools like the Texas Longhorns, Oklahoma Sooners, TCU Horned Frogs, and Baylor Bears standing up at the front of the line.

To keep up with the latest odds from each of NCAAF’s top conferences, keep an eye on our top college football picks, rolling out fresh and hot with ample time before each game for you, our loyal betting fan to come up with your strategy and make bank.

Returning Powerhouse Schools

In college football, being on top of your game is an absolute must. With a season schedule as grueling as the one that college football teams have to endure, one loss, or one simple mistake could mean the end of your season, be it that you are a big powerhouse school or a small up-and-coming football program. For now, though, let’s focus on those powerhouse schools that the vast majority of NCAAF betting fans love to follow.

Schools like LSU, Texas, Oklahoma, Oregon, USC, and Notre Dame, all household names when it comes to strength and tradition in the world of college football are all poised to have a breakout year this season. With the addition of key players, as well as coaching changes and other factors to key in, all signs point towards said schools once again becoming college football odds and lines darlings, with the pressure to perform and once again take over their conferences as the highest priority.

College Football Playoffs

Oh, the College Football Playoffs. You either love them or you hate them, but strong they stand, and from the looks of it, they aren’t going anywhere soon. Every year, Division 1 schools from all over the country fight it out to land one of the coveted spots in the season’s CFPs.

While the selection committee has been known to be one of the most controversial factors around the CFP, betting on the favored squads to make it to the playoffs is always a thrilling activity to look for.

So if you’re into killing it with your college football betting talents, keeping a strong game all season long and taking those talents into the postseason is a must, and doing with us here at BetUS is the only way to go.

College Football Awards

In the world of college football, rewarding each season’s top performers, be it players and coaches is a must. It helps as much-deserved recognition for each individual’s efforts to put on strong performances week in and week out to push their respective teams to victory.

With the Heisman Trophy taking front and center stage as the most important player award each season, let us break down why it’s so important, and of course, why betting on the best college football picks when it comes to the Heisman Trophy could end up paying big dividends to bettors looking to make a few extra bucks.

Heisman Trophy Odds

Just like the NFL has the MVP award, college football has the Heisman Trophy as the most coveted personal player award each season. Some of the game’s most important players at the collegiate level have won it, and achieving said goal usually comes accompanied by a very strong push in the winner’s career and NFL draft stock.

Last year’s winner, USC Trojans QB Caleb Williams, who has been deemed by many as a generational talent, the first since former Stanford standout Andrew Luck, will be looking to win the award once again this season, making him the second-only player in the history of the game to win the award in back to back occasions.

If you’re the kind of fan and bettor who loves to wager on player props and future bets, checking out our specialty page with the top Heisman Trophy odds is the best play chalked up in your book, so get to it before it’s too late.

Caleb Williams

If you were to look at any college football news site, the name Caleb Williams automatically rings a bell, one that cannot be unheard of. USC’s star QB, last year’s Heisman Trophy winner, and the top favorite to once again win said award in 2023 according to our Heisman Trophy odds page, is set to tear a new one not only in the Pac-12 conference but all of college football itself.

Touted as a generational talent, the first since Andrew Luck and Trevor Lawrence, Williams already holds all the tickets as the main favorite to go first in next season’s NFL draft, with teams already thinking about a tanking strategy to be able to land a prospect unseen in a long time.

Expectations are very high on what Williams can do personally and how he can lead the USC Trojans, a team known for their past championship-winning glory, back to the spotlight. If Williams and his Trojans can make a run for the CFP title, hop on to our CFP odds page and make your wager, it might be the best move this season.

Other Heisman Favorites

Yes, yes, yes, we know, is there really anybody who can beat Caleb Williams out of his second Heisman Trophy win this coming season? Right now could very well be the perfect time to start believing in us when we say that yes, there might be a couple of other players who can give the USC star a run for his trophy.

According to our Heisman Trophy odds page, players like FSU QB Jordan Travis with starting odds standing at +1400, Washington QB Michael Penix Jr at +1600, Texas QB Quinn Ewers at +1200, North Carolina QB Drake Maye at +1600, and Oregon QB Bo Nix at +1600 stand out as some of the top contenders for this year’s Heisman Award.

Now, don’t take it from us, but keeping an eye on Ohio State’s top receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. whose initial odds stand at +2500 could be one of the most exciting and best bets this upcoming season.

If you already have your pick for the top candidate or candidates for this season’s Heisman Trophy, head on over to our Heisman Trophy odds page and get to betting.

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College Football FAQs

As soon as football rolls around once again, all competing teams will enter the season with one clear goal in mind, trying to win the 2023-24 college football national championship title. Yes, Bowl games are great, rivalry games give bragging rights, but winning the NCAAF Championship is above everything else.

Here at BetUS, we’ve made it a point to offer all of our faithful college football betting fans our picks for favorites to win this season’s college football national title from early on. Defending champions Georgia leads the pack from early on as they try to go for the three-peat, but don’t sleep on Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan, or USC.

The SEC conference is by far considered the most dominant in college football. Yes, sorry Big 10 fans, it’s not us making this up, it’s life. With a plethora of teams who have already been to the biggest stage of them all and won the College Football National Championship, such as Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Tennessee, and Auburn, this conference is stacked to the brim with championship-hungry squads.

With this said, and from early on, our college football futures page shows the reining CFP champions Georgia Bulldogs as top favorites to win the SEC title above Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide and the LSU Tigers.

The talk of the town for the 2023-24 season revolves around USC QB Caleb Williams and his chances to score a feat only done by one other player before, Ohio State’s Archie Griffin back in 1974 and ’75, win the Heisman Trophy in back to back seasons.

Deemed as a generational talent, and already being pitted as next season’s top favorite to go first in the NFL draft, Williams is the clear college football odds favorite to take the Heisman once again before making his way to the pros.

In college football like in any other sports discipline if there was a clear way to know which team or athlete is slated to win in each event, betting on said spectacles would be as easy as pie. But if that were the case, where would the fun and thrills of something like online betting go?

While knowing exactly how often a favorite wins in NCAAF action, it always helps to have a helping hand guiding you along the way to always have the best college football picks. Lucky for you, here at BetUS we have just that.

With our top college football odds and lines always offering the best options to wager and win, as well as expert tips and betting strategies from our experts on our college football betting show, we have made it a point to make wagering on NCAAF action as simple as possible.

If you want to keep up with how often a favorite wins in college football and make bank while at it, stick with us, we’ll be your guide.

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