College Football Betting

While it exists in other countries, College Football most often refers to American football that is played between teams from American universities, colleges and military academies. Because College Football is one of the most popular sports around, College Football Betting is one of the most popular forms of sports betting in the world.

There are actually some bettors who like College Football Betting better than NFL Betting, or betting on any other sport.

Because there are hundreds and hundreds of College Football teams and dozens of games each week, many bettors will seek out the advice of a professional sports handicapping service where they can get College Football Picks or even Free College Football Picks.

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There is much to know about the College Football system, which is overseen by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, or NCAA.

The NCAA uses a divisional system in which teams are split into three divisions: Division I teams are major colleges and universities that have big budgets for athletics, large, well-equipped stadiums, and lucrative athletic scholarships; Division II teams are usually from smaller public and private colleges, with smaller facilities and scholarships, and Division III teams have much smaller facilities and do not offer scholarships at all.

And the teams are divided into many conferences, including the Big East, the SEC, the ACC, the Big Ten, the Big 12 and the Pac-12.

The College Football Betting season begins with NCAA Division I football games that start the first week of September.

There are many betting options available, including the point spread, the moneyline and the over/under total for each game. There are also College Football Futures, like total team wins, conference winners, and Heisman Trophy winner odds.

The most popular form of betting is the point-spread, in which one team is favored to not just win the game, but to do so by a certain number of points. Oddsmakers set point spreads in such a way that they hope there will be roughly equal betting action on both teams, or both sides of the game.

For some bettors, the safer way to be is on the moneyline, which simply means you are betting for one team to beat the other, by any number of points. But with this approach, taking the favorite means a bettor will often have to pay a large premium, or “juice.” On the other hand, if you bet the underdog on the moneyline you can get great “value” in the odds.

There is no playoff system in NCAA Football, but rather “bowl season,” where Division I teams are divided into the Bowl Subdivision and the Championship Subdivision, with the biggest being the Bowl Championship Series (BCS).

The top 10 teams in College Football are selected to square off in the five BCS bowl matchups, with the two highest-ranked teams in the BCS standings at the end of the regular season meeting in the BCS National Championship Game, the final bowl game.