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Overview

College football betting Odds at BetUS

College football is one of the most popular sports to follow and bet on in the United States and tends to be a huge spectacle as it breeds the next generation of NFL players.

College football athletes give each game their all, in hopes of catching a scout’s eye – meaning you can expect some incredibly intense moments. 

130 teams compete in Division I NCAA Football, divided into 11 divisions. Each team will play 33 games during the regular season on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

That makes for a huge slate of NCAAF betting opportunities as each game offers upwards of 50 betting options per game. 

 

The NCAAF Divisions are as follows: 

American

  • 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

ACC

  • 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

C-USA

  • 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

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

Pac-12

  • 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

SEC

  • 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

How To Bet on NCAAF

Betting on NCAA College Football is similar to the NFL in almost every way, so if you already bet on the NFL, you are primed and ready to bet on some college football. 

College Football runs from August 28th, 2021 to January 10th, 2022, when the CFB Playoff is scheduled to take place. The Bowl Games are held over the Christmas holiday season and into the New Year. 

We will have NCAA College Football odds for each and every game, including moneylines, totals, point spreads, props and plenty of live betting action that you can take advantage of during the actual games. 

Keep an eye out on our promotions page at the start of the NCAAF season, you might find some great College Football bonuses and promotions.

Signing up for a BetUS Sportsbook account is quick and easy, and taking advantage of BetUS promotions is just as simple.

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NCAAF Faqs

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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!

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