What Are Some College Football Odds Statistics?


Quick Answer

College football odds include point spread and moneyline wagering options on each contest. Game line odds are typically the same for either team and involve a point spread, whereas moneyline odds involve wagering on either team to win and often vary substantially.

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Point spread odds are most always displayed as -110, where a stake of $110 is necessary to win $100 on either side. An example would be School A (+3.5) and School B (-3.5), meaning 3.5 points are either added or subtracted to the final score to determine the outcome, depending which side is chosen.

Moneyline odds displayed as School C (+600) and School D (-450) indicate that a $100 stake on the underdog, School C, pays $600, and a winning wager of $450 on the favorite pays just $100.

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