NCAAF Lines and Odds

BUFBuffalo8-5 -6.5 -110 -7 -110 -7 -110 -7 -110
CHARCharlotte7-6 +6.5 -110 +7 -110 +7 -110 +7 -110
USUUtah State7-6 -7.5 -110 -9 -103
KENTKent State7-6 +7.5 -110 +9 -121
CMICCentral Michigan8-6 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -105 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -105
SDSUSan Diego State10-3 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -115 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -115
LIBELiberty8-5 +4.5 -110 +5 -110 +5.5 -110 +5 -110
GASGeorgia Southern7-6 -4.5 -110 -5 -110 -5.5 -110 -5 -110
SMUSMU10-3 -2.5 -113 -7 -110 -7 -103 -7 -105
FAUFlorida Atlantic11-3 +2.5 -108 +7 -110 +7 -120 +7 -115
FIUFlorida International6-7 +2.5 -110 -1 -115 +1 -110 -1 -110
ARKSArkansas State8-5 -2.5 -110 +1 -105 -1 -110 +1 -110
BOISBoise State12-2 +4 -110 +3.5 -110
WASHWashington8-5 -4 -110 -3.5 -110
APPLAppalachian State13-1 -16.5 -110 -17 -107
UABUAB9-5 +16.5 -110 +17 -114
UCFUCF10-3 -15.5 -110 -15.5 -110
MARSMarshall8-5 +15.5 -110 +15.5 -110
BYUBYU7-6 -2.5 -110 -2.5 -110 -2.5 -110 -2.5 -110
HAWAHawaii10-5 +2.5 -110 +2.5 -110 +2.5 -110 +2.5 -110
LATELouisiana Tech10-3 +6.5 -110 +7 -110
MIAMiami6-7 -6.5 -110 -7 -110
PITTPittsburgh8-5 -12 -120 -12 -115 -12 -110 -12 -115
EMICEastern Michigan6-7 +12 -103 +12 -105 +12 -110 +12 -105
UNCNorth Carolina7-6 -6 -110 -6 -110 -6 -110 -6 -110
TEMPTemple8-5 +6 -110 +6 -110 +6 -110 +6 -110
MSUMichigan State7-6 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -105 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -105
WAKEWake Forest8-5 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -115 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -115
OKSTOklahoma State8-5 +4.5 -110 +5 -110 +4.5 -110 +5 -110
TXAMTexas A&M8-5 -4.5 -110 -5 -110 -4.5 -110 -5 -110
USCUSC8-5 -1.5 -110 -1.5 -110 -3.5 +114 -1.5 -110
IOWAIowa10-3 +1.5 -110 +1.5 -110 +3.5 -141 +1.5 -110
AIRAir Force11-2 -2.5 -110 -2.5 -110
WSUWashington State6-7 +2.5 -110 +2.5 -110
MEMMemphis12-2 +7 -110 +6.5 -105 +7 -110 +6.5 -105
PSUPenn State11-2 -7 -110 -6.5 -115 -7 -110 -6.5 -115
NDNotre Dame11-2 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -110
IASTIowa State7-6 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -110
OUOklahoma12-2 +12.5 -110 +12 -110 +12.5 -110 +12 -110
LSULSU15-0 -12.5 -110 -12 -110 -12.5 -110 -12 -110
CLEMClemson14-1 -10.5 +185 -2.5 -110 -3 -113 -2.5 -110
OSUOhio State13-1 +10.5 -275 +2.5 -110 +3 -114 +2.5 -110
WKENWestern Kentucky9-4 -3 -110 -3 -110
WMICWestern Michigan7-6 +3 -110 +3 -110
MSSTMississippi State6-7 -4.5 -110 -4.5 -115 -4.5 -110 -4.5 -115
LOULouisville8-5 +4.5 -110 +4.5 -105 +4.5 -110 +4.5 -105
CALCalifornia8-5 -5.5 -110 +6 -110 -6.5 -110 +6 -110
ILLIllinois6-7 +5.5 -110 -6 -110 +6.5 -110 -6 -110
UFLFlorida11-2 +15.5 -110 +16 -110 +15.5 -110 +16 -110
VIRVirginia9-5 -15.5 -110 -16 -110 -15.5 -110 -16 -110
VTECVirginia Tech8-5 -2.5 -110 +2 -105 -2.5 -110 +2.5 -110
UKKentucky8-5 +2.5 -110 -2 -115 +2.5 -110 -2.5 -110
FSUFlorida State6-7 +3 -110 +3 -115 +3 -110 +3 -115
ASUArizona State8-5 -3 -110 -3 -105 -3 -110 -3 -105
NAVYNavy11-2 -2 -110 +2.5 -115 -2 -110 +2.5 -115
KSUKansas State8-5 +2 -110 -2.5 -105 +2 -110 -2.5 -105
WYOMWyoming8-5 -7.5 -109 +7 -105 -7.5 -109 +7 -105
GASTGeorgia State7-6 +7.5 -112 -7 -115 +7.5 -112 -7 -115
UTAHUtah11-3 -7 -112 +7 -115 -7 -112 +7 -133
UTTexas8-5 +7 -109 -7 -105 +7 -109 -7 +105
MICHMichigan9-4 +7.5 -110 +7.5 -110 +7.5 -110 +7.5 -110
ALAAlabama11-2 -7.5 -110 -7.5 -110 -7.5 -110 -7.5 -110
MINNMinnesota11-2 +7.5 -122 +7 -110 +7.5 -122 +7 -110
AUBUAuburn9-4 -7.5 +100 -7 -110 -7.5 +100 -7 -110
OREGOregon12-2 -3 -115 -3 -115 -3 -115 -3 -115
WISCWisconsin10-4 +3 -112 +3 -105 +3 -112 +3 -105
UGAGeorgia12-2 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -105
BAYLBaylor11-3 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -115
BCBoston College6-7 +7.5 -110 +7.5 -115 +7.5 -110 +7.5 -115
CINCincinnati11-3 -7.5 -110 -7.5 -105 -7.5 -110 -7.5 -105
IUIndiana8-5 +3.5 -113 +3.5 -110 +3.5 -113 +3.5 -110
TENNTennessee8-5 -3.5 -108 -3.5 -110 -3.5 -107 -3.5 -110
OHIOOhio7-6 -10.5 -109 -10 -110 -10.5 -109 -10 -110
NEVANevada7-6 +10.5 -112 +10 -110 +10.5 -112 +10 -110
SOUMSouthern Mississippi7-6 +7 -110 +7 -110 +7 -110 +7 -110
TULATulane7-6 -7 -110 -7 -110 -7 -110 -7 -110
LOULLouisiana11-3 -14.5 -110 -16 -110 -14.5 -110 -16 -110
MIAOMiami (OH)8-6 +14.5 -110 +16 -110 +14.5 -110 +16 -110
CLEMClemson14-1 +4 -110 +4.5 -115 +4 -110 +4 -108
LSULSU15-0 -4 -110 -4.5 -105 -4 -110 -4 -108
BUFBuffalo8-5 o58 -110 o51 -110 o51.5 -110 o51 -110
CHARCharlotte7-6 u58 -110 u51 -110 u51.5 -110 u51 -110
USUUtah State7-6 o65 -110 o71.5 -118
KENTKent State7-6 u65 -110 u71.5 -104
CMICCentral Michigan8-6 o41 -110 o40.5 -110 o39.5 -110 o40.5 -110
SDSUSan Diego State10-3 u41 -110 u40.5 -110 u39.5 -110 u40.5 -110
LIBELiberty8-5 o58.5 -110 o58.5 -110 o58.5 -110 o59 -110
GASGeorgia Southern7-6 u58.5 -110 u58.5 -110 u58.5 -110 u59 -110
SMUSMU10-3 o70 -110 o63.5 -110 o64 -110 o63.5 -110
FAUFlorida Atlantic11-3 u70 -110 u63.5 -110 u64 -110 u63.5 -110
FIUFlorida International6-7 o63 -110 o58.5 -115 o59.5 -110 o60.5 -110
ARKSArkansas State8-5 u63 -110 u58.5 -105 u59.5 -110 u60.5 -110
BOISBoise State12-2 o49.5 -110 o47.5 -107
WASHWashington8-5 u49.5 -110 u47.5 -114
APPLAppalachian State13-1 o48 -110 o47.5 -110
UABUAB9-5 u48 -110 u47.5 -110
UCFUCF10-3 o59.5 -110 o59.5 -110
MARSMarshall8-5 u59.5 -110 u59.5 -110
BYUBYU7-6 o65.5 -110 o65 -110 o64.5 -110 o65 -110
HAWAHawaii10-5 u65.5 -110 u65 -110 u64.5 -110 u65 -110
LATELouisiana Tech10-3 o49.5 -110 o49 -110
MIAMiami6-7 u49.5 -110 u49 -110
PITTPittsburgh8-5 o49 -110 o51 -110 o50 -110 o51 -110
EMICEastern Michigan6-7 u49 -110 u51 -110 u50 -110 u51 -110
UNCNorth Carolina7-6 o56 -110 o56.5 -115 o56 -110 o56.5 -110
TEMPTemple8-5 u56 -110 u56.5 -105 u56 -110 u56.5 -110
MSUMichigan State7-6 o51.5 -106 o51.5 -110 o51.5 -106 o51.5 -110
WAKEWake Forest8-5 u51.5 -115 u51.5 -110 u51.5 -115 u51.5 -110
OKSTOklahoma State8-5 o55 -110 o55 -110 o55 -110 o55 -110
TXAMTexas A&M8-5 u55 -110 u55 -110 u55 -110 u55 -110
USCUSC8-5 o54.5 -110 o54.5 -110 o54.5 -110 o54.5 -115
IOWAIowa10-3 u54.5 -110 u54.5 -110 u54.5 -110 u54.5 -105
AIRAir Force11-2 o71 -110 o71 -110
WSUWashington State6-7 u71 -110 u71 -110
MEMMemphis12-2 o59.5 -110 o59.5 -110 o59.5 -110 o59.5 -110
PSUPenn State11-2 u59.5 -110 u59.5 -110 u59.5 -110 u59.5 -110
NDNotre Dame11-2 o54.5 -110 o54.5 -110
IASTIowa State7-6 u54.5 -110 u54.5 -110
OUOklahoma12-2 o76 -110 o75 -110 o76 -110 o75 -110
LSULSU15-0 u76 -110 u75 -110 u76 -110 u75 -110
CLEMClemson14-1 o71.5 +188 o62 -115 o63 -113 o62 -115
OSUOhio State13-1 u71.5 -278 u62 -105 u63 -113 u62 -105
WKENWestern Kentucky9-4 o56 -110 o56 -110
WMICWestern Michigan7-6 u56 -110 u56 -110
MSSTMississippi State6-7 o64.5 -110 o64 -110 o64.5 -110 o64 -110
LOULouisville8-5 u64.5 -110 u64 -110 u64.5 -110 u64 -110
CALCalifornia8-5 o47.5 -110 o47.5 -110 o47.5 -110 o47.5 -110
ILLIllinois6-7 u47.5 -110 u47.5 -110 u47.5 -110 u47.5 -110
UFLFlorida11-2 o55 -110 o55 -110 o55 -110 o55 -110
VIRVirginia9-5 u55 -110 u55 -110 u55 -110 u55 -110
VTECVirginia Tech8-5 o46.5 -106 o45.5 -115 o46 -117 o46.5 -110
UKKentucky8-5 u46.5 -115 u45.5 -105 u46 -110 u46.5 -110
FSUFlorida State6-7 o51.5 -110 o51.5 -110 o51.5 -110 o51.5 -110
ASUArizona State8-5 u51.5 -110 u51.5 -110 u51.5 -110 u51.5 -110
NAVYNavy11-2 o53.5 -110 o52.5 -115 o53.5 -110 o52.5 -115
KSUKansas State8-5 u53.5 -110 u52.5 -105 u53.5 -110 u52.5 -105
WYOMWyoming8-5 o49.5 -110 o49 -110 o49.5 -110 o49 -110
GASTGeorgia State7-6 u49.5 -110 u49 -110 u49.5 -110 u49 -110
UTAHUtah11-3 o55.5 -110 o55.5 -115 o55.5 -110 o55.5 -115
UTTexas8-5 u55.5 -110 u55.5 -105 u55.5 -110 u55.5 -105
MICHMichigan9-4 o60 -110 o60 -110 o60 -110 o60 -110
ALAAlabama11-2 u60 -110 u60 -110 u60 -110 u60 -110
MINNMinnesota11-2 o53 -110 o53.5 -110 o53 -110 o53.5 -110
AUBUAuburn9-4 u53 -110 u53.5 -110 u53 -110 u53.5 -110
OREGOregon12-2 o52 -114 o52.5 -110 o52 -114 o52.5 -110
WISCWisconsin10-4 u52 -113 u52.5 -110 u52 -113 u52.5 -110
UGAGeorgia12-2 o43 -110 o43.5 -110 o43 -110 o43.5 -115
BAYLBaylor11-3 u43 -110 u43.5 -110 u43 -110 u43.5 -105
BCBoston College6-7 o53.5 -110 o54 -110 o53.5 -110 o53.5 -110
CINCincinnati11-3 u53.5 -110 u54 -110 u53.5 -110 u53.5 -110
IUIndiana8-5 o55 -110 o56 -110 o55 -110 o56 -110
TENNTennessee8-5 u55 -110 u56 -110 u55 -110 u56 -110
OHIOOhio7-6 o62 -110 o62.5 -110 o62 -110 o62.5 -110
NEVANevada7-6 u62 -110 u62.5 -110 u62 -110 u62.5 -110
SOUMSouthern Mississippi7-6 o58 -110 o58 -105 o58 -110 o58 -110
TULATulane7-6 u58 -110 u58 -115 u58 -110 u58 -110
LOULLouisiana11-3 o55.5 -110 o55.5 -105 o55.5 -110 o55.5 -105
MIAOMiami (OH)8-6 u55.5 -110 u55.5 -115 u55.5 -110 u55.5 -115
CLEMClemson14-1 o65.5 -110 o66.5 -105 o65.5 -110 o66.5 -110
LSULSU15-0 u65.5 -110 u66.5 -115 u65.5 -110 u66.5 -110
BUFBuffalo8-5 -235 -265 -250 -270
CHARCharlotte7-6 +188 +210 +205 +215
USUUtah State7-6 -315 -278
KENTKent State7-6 +240 +220
CMICCentral Michigan8-6 +135 +155 +150 +155
SDSUSan Diego State10-3 -167 -185 -186 -185
LIBELiberty8-5 +155 +170 +170 +170
GASGeorgia Southern7-6 -195 -215 -210 -215
SMUSMU10-3 -148 -265 -235 -265
FAUFlorida Atlantic11-3 +120 +210 +190 +210
FIUFlorida International6-7 +118 -120 -106 -120
ARKSArkansas State8-5 -143 +100 -115 +100
BOISBoise State12-2 +155 +145
WASHWashington8-5 -190 -180
APPLAppalachian State13-1 -770 -835
UABUAB9-5 +510 +575
UCFUCF10-3 -590 -590
MARSMarshall8-5 +420 +440
BYUBYU7-6 -132 -140 -132 -140
HAWAHawaii10-5 +108 +120 +110 +120
LATELouisiana Tech10-3 +188 +205
MIAMiami6-7 -235 -265
PITTPittsburgh8-5 -455 -490 -455 -490
EMICEastern Michigan6-7 +340 +360 +340 +360
UNCNorth Carolina7-6 -215 -235 -215 -235
TEMPTemple8-5 +170 +185 +170 +185
MSUMichigan State7-6 -177 -170 -177 -170
WAKEWake Forest8-5 +143 +145 +145 +145
OKSTOklahoma State8-5 +150 +175 +155 +175
TXAMTexas A&M8-5 -190 -220 -190 -220
USCUSC8-5 -115 -120 -115 -125
IOWAIowa10-3 -106 +100 -105 +105
AIRAir Force11-2 -132 -132
WSUWashington State6-7 +108 +108
MEMMemphis12-2 +200 +200 +205 +200
PSUPenn State11-2 -250 -255 -250 -255
NDNotre Dame11-2 -182 -182
IASTIowa State7-6 +148 +150
OUOklahoma12-2 +320 +370 +325 +370
LSULSU15-0 -420 -500 -420 -500
CLEMClemson14-1 -135 -139 -135
OSUOhio State13-1 +115 +112 +115
WKENWestern Kentucky9-4 -148 -148
WMICWestern Michigan7-6 +120 +120
MSSTMississippi State6-7 -195 -195 -195 -195
LOULouisville8-5 +155 +165 +155 +165
CALCalifornia8-5 -220 +200 -250 +200
ILLIllinois6-7 +175 -255 +200 -255
UFLFlorida11-2 +480 +470 +510 +470
VIRVirginia9-5 -715 -660 -715 -660
VTECVirginia Tech8-5 -134 +115 -134 +115
UKKentucky8-5 +110 -135 +110 -135
FSUFlorida State6-7 +125 +130 +125 +130
ASUArizona State8-5 -152 -150 -152 -150
NAVYNavy11-2 -136 +110 -136 +110
KSUKansas State8-5 +112 -130 +112 -130
WYOMWyoming8-5 -295 +230 -295 +225
GASTGeorgia State7-6 +230 -290 +235 -285
UTAHUtah11-3 -265 +205 -265 +205
UTTexas8-5 +210 -260 +210 -260
MICHMichigan9-4 +230 +235 +230 +235
ALAAlabama11-2 -295 -300 -295 -300
MINNMinnesota11-2 +215 +210 +220 +210
AUBUAuburn9-4 -275 -265 -275 -265
OREGOregon12-2 -159 -165 -159 -165
WISCWisconsin10-4 +125 +140 +125 +140
UGAGeorgia12-2 +148 +150 +148 +150
BAYLBaylor11-3 -182 -180 -182 -180
BCBoston College6-7 +255 +245 +255 +240
CINCincinnati11-3 -335 -320 -335 -310
IUIndiana8-5 +125 +145 +128 +145
TENNTennessee8-5 -155 -170 -155 -170
OHIOOhio7-6 -385 -390 -385 -390
NEVANevada7-6 +295 +300 +300 +300
SOUMSouthern Mississippi7-6 +215 +220 +215 +225
TULATulane7-6 -275 -280 -275 -285
LOULLouisiana11-3 -625 -650 -625 -650
MIAOMiami (OH)8-6 +440 +470 +460 +470
CLEMClemson14-1 +155 +165 +155 +155
LSULSU15-0 -180 -195 -180 -189

How to Use the Odds Comparison Tool

Compare odds across legal US sportsbooks at ScoreandOdds.com to help you profit throughout the college football season. Find out how to use the odds comparison tool, along with other college football betting tips below.

Are you in a state or traveling to a state with legal sports betting, such as New Jersey, Indiana or West Virginia? Our odds comparison tool is just for you.

Highlighting the best lines — spreads, totals and moneylines — from multiple sportsbooks across the sports betting industry, use our odds tool to add line-shopping to your sports betting routine. Doing so will save you time and money while betting on college football, NFL, NBA and more! Simply click on spreads, totals or moneylines underneath Bet Type. Highlighting the line in red, the tool will direct you to best sportsbook for all of your favorite college football picks. And of course, start by learning how to read lines if you’re new to sports betting.

Additionally, each sportsbook featured in our odds comparison tool has a welcome promo for all new users. Click on the bet you want and sign up today to take advantage of free bets and/or deposit bonuses at various sportsbooks !

Of course, if you are new to college football betting, or sports betting in general, you first need to understand what you are looking at in terms of NCAAF spreads, moneylines and point totals.

NCAAF Betting Glossary & Tips

Spread – The most popular way to bet on college football is by picking a team against the spread (ATS). You will either wager on the favorite or the underdog to cover the spread. The Favorite is the team giving or laying points (ex: Alabama -13.5). The underdog is the team getting points (ex: Notre Dame +13.5).

By betting on the underdog, the team does not have to win the game outright for you to win your bet. The team you bet on need to lose by less than the spread, i.e, the number of points they are getting. An outright win will cash your bet as well, but a win isn’t necessary. Example: If you bet on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish +13.5, the bet wins if the Irish lose by 13 points or less (or win outright. If the odds tool showed a sportsbook had the spread at +14, that’s where you want to place the bet. An extra half-point can be the difference between a losing wager and a push (a tie, in which a bettor neither loses nor wins money).

College Betting Tip: Key numbers are not as important in college football as they are in the NFL. College football games often have larger point spreads, and there’s more parity between teams. Still, finding the best lines by using an odds comparison tool and all the legal US sportsbooks available to you is vital if you want to profit betting against the spread.

Money Line – By betting on the moneyline, you are only wagering on what college football team will win. Large favorites require you to risk more money than you will win (ex: Oklahoma Sooners -450 requires you to risk $45 to win $10). Conversely, betting on underdogs will earn bettors more money than they risk (ex: Texas Longhorns +400, a $10 bet will earn you $40 profit).

College Betting Tip: Moneyline betting in college football is even less popular than it is in the NFL. For a lot of games with larger spreads, moneylines aren’t even available. With public bettors leaning towards favorites, there is generally more value betting on underdogs, specifically underdogs that are getting 2-6.5 points on the spread.

Total (Over/Under) – Betting on the Over/Under or point total means you’re placing bets on the total number of points scored by both teams. So if a game has a total (or Over/Under) of 65 points before kickoff, you can bet on Over or Under 65 total combined points between the two teams for the entire game. Points scored in overtime are included, which can really rack up in a college football overtime. Additionally, there are point totals for quarters and halves.

College Betting Tip: Focus on a conference or a few specific teams when handicapping college football point totals. With so many college football teams and games, oddsmakers are at a disadvantage. You don’t have to beat them on every game, you just need to pick a few spots where you think they’re wrong, which happens a lot more on a college football betting slate than say an NFL Sunday.

Vigorish (vig) or Juice – Ever wonder how sportsbooks turn a profit? It’s the vigorish or juice, i.e., the fee sportsbooks take when sports bettors place wagers. This fee is imbedded in the betting ling, giving sportsbooks a mathematical advantage. Sportsbooks typically have a vig of -110 on both sides of a bet, meaning you have to risk $110 for every $100 you want to win. Taking into account the vigorish, you need to win not half of your bets but at least 52.4% to break even. While -110 is typical, some sportsbooks are nicer than others when it comes to charging bettors juice. You will want to use SAO’s odds tool to find which sportsbooks are charging the least amount for all of your college football picks.

College Betting Tip: College football is a softer betting market than the NFL, making it easier to win over 52.4% of your bets.

Other College Football Betting Terms

Parlay – A parlay involves two or more picks, all of which have to win outright to payout. You have a five-team parlay, and all but one game wins? You hit 80% of your bets, but your parlay still loses just the same as if you went 0-for-5. Two-team parlays traditionally pay 2.6-to-1, three-team parlays pay 6-to-1, four-team parlays pay 10-to-1, etc. Though we refer to these as “two-team parlays,” parlays can consist of picks on the point totals and sometimes even props. Use our parlay calculator for your convenience.

College Betting Tip: Parlays attract bettors, especially beginning bettors, with large payouts. But don’t be fooled. Unless you’re confident you have a large edge in two or more games, betting parlays will eat away your sports betting bankroll.

Teasers – Like a parlay, teasers require more than one pick, and all picks in your teaser must hit. Teasers are a way college football bettors can move multiple point spreads (or totals) to their favor. Since the points are adjusted for the bettor, teasers do not have the large payouts that parlays do.

College Betting Tip: College football games tend to have larger point totals and spreads than NFL games. You can find point totals anywhere from 60-80 points, especially in a pass-happy conference like the Big 12. College football scores are much more volatile than NFL scores, making college football teasers less advantageous.

Live Betting – Live betting occurs after a game starts. Did you sleep in and miss the kickoff of an early 11 am college football game? Don’t tilt! Most US sportsbooks will have live lines available for you to bet on while the game is still in progress.

College Betting Tip:Your team takes an early lead, but an injury or specific scheme leaves you concerned about your bet? Use live lines to hedge your original pre-game bet, minimizing your potential losses. In some cases, you can use live lines to find “middling” opportunities. A “middle” is when you use two different spreads to bet on and against the same team. You can win both bets if the scoring margin falls in between the two spreads. Bettors can also use live lines to middle the Over/Under.