NCAA Football Betting - Odds To Win 2019-20 Championship Game

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The 2019-2020 college football bowl season begins on December 20, 2019 and concludes on January 13, 2020 with the newly-crowned national champion. There are a total of 41 bowls for the season, beginning with two games on December 20, 2019.

Odds to Win NCAA Championship Game

TEAM SEPTEMBER 2 SEPTEMBER 9
Clemson +225 +220
Alabama +225 +230
Georgia +800 +585
LSU +1956 +1100
Oklahoma +1400 +1100
Ohio State +1200 +1400
Michigan +1202 +1950
Utah +6500 +4500
Wisconsin +17000 +5500
Notre Dame +6300 +6700
Auburn +7500 +7000
Florida +6000 +7500
Penn State +13500 +9000
Oregon +3850 +9500
Michigan State +19000 +12000
Texas +4000 +12000
Washington +6700 +12000
USC +18500 +16500
Washington State +21500 +17000
Nebraska +6700 +18500
Iowa State +15000 +23500
TCU +20000 +23500
Miami Florida +12500 +24000
Texas A&M +6000 +25000
Iowa +18500 +28500
Mississippi State +16500 +28500
Stanford +21500 +28500
Baylor +20000 +30000
Oklahoma State +30000 +30000
Syracuse +30000 +32500
Florida State +14000 +38500
Virginia Tech +20000 +70000
Purdue +30000 +150000
UCLA +37500 +200000

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College Football Week 4 Betting Lines

In the blink of an eye, one month of the college football betting season will have expired at online sportsbooks once Week 4 comes to a close. With most teams wrapping up their non-conference slates, the meat of divisional play is about to begin. Getting it all started under the Friday Night Lights of FS1 will be a crucial Pac-12 South matchup between the Utah Utes and USC Trojans in the Coliseum. Then bright and early Saturday afternoon, the Michigan Wolverines are set to invade Madison for a date with the Wisconsin Badgers. The matchup between Notre Dame and Georgia could ultimately prove to be a big one for CFP purposes, While the Oregon and Stanford tilt is in big one in the Pac-12 North. Rounding everything out will be the crucial SEC West clash between Auburn and Texas A&M in front of the 12th Man. Continue

The most anticipated of the bowl games are the College Football Playoff games and the New Year’s bowl games. The top four teams in the final rankings make the College Football Playoff. The semifinal games for the 2019-2020 season are the Fiesta Bowl and Peach Bowl on Saturday, December 28, 2019.  The winners of those games will meet in the National Championship game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on January 13, 2020.

The two big New Year’s Day bowl games are the Sugar Bowl and Rose Bowl. Both games will be shown on ESPN. Don’t forget that live betting will be available at BookMaker.eu for all 41 of the college football bowl games.

2019-20 College Bowls Betting Schedule

DATE BOWL LOCATION / TIME MATCHUP
College Football Playoff
Dec 28 Peach Bowl Atlanta, GA / 4 or 8 PM TBA vs. TBA
Dec 28 Fiesta Bowl Glendale, AZ / 4 or 8 PM TBA vs. TBA
Jan 13 CFP National Championship New Orleans, LA / TBA Semifinal Winners
Selection Committee Bowl Games
Dec 28 Cotton Bowl Arlington, TX / Noon At-large vs. At-large
Dec 30 Orange Bowl Miami Gardens, FL / 8 PM ACC vs. Big Ten/SEC/ND
Jan 1 Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA / 5 PM Big Ten vs. Pac-12
Jan 1 Sugar Bowl New Orleans, LA / 8:45 PM Big 12 vs. SEC
Other Bowl Games
Dec 20 Bahamas Bowl Nassau, Bahamas / 2 PM C-USA vs. MAC
Dec 20 Frisco Bowl Frisco, TX / 7:30 PM American vs. Sun Belt
Dec 21 Celebration Bowl Atlanta, GA / 12:00 PM MEAC vs. SWAC
Dec 21 New Mexico Bowl Albuquerque, NM / 2 PM C-USA vs. Mountain West
Dec 21 Cure Bowl Orlando, FL / 2:30 PM American vs. Sun Belt
Dec 21 Boca Raton Bowl Boca Raton, FL / 3:30 PM MAC vs. American
Dec 21 Camelia Bowl Montgomery, AL / 5:30 PM MAC vs. Sun Belt
Dec 21 Las Vegas Bowl Las Vegas, NV / 7:30 PM Pac-12 vs. Mountain West
Dec 21 New Orleans Bowl New Orleans, LA / 9 PM C-USA vs. American
Dec 23 Gasparilla Bowl Tampa, FL / 2:30 PM C-USA vs. ACC/American
Dec 24 Hawaii Bowl Honolulu, HI / 8 PM BYU vs. American
Dec 26 Independence Bowl Shreveport, LA / 4 PM SEC vs. ACC/Notre Dame
Dec 26 Quick Lane Bowl Detroit, MI / 8 PM Big Ten vs. ACC/Notre Dame
Dec 27 Military Bowl Annapolis, MD / Noon American vs. ACC/Notre Dame
Dec 27 Pinstripe Bowl The Bronx, NY / 3:20 PM Big Ten vs. ACC/Notre Dame
Dec 27 Texas Bowl Houston, TX / 6:45 PM Big 12 vs. SEC
Dec 27 Holiday Bowl San Diego, CA / TBA Big Ten vs. Pac-12
Dec 27 Cheez-It Bowl Phoenix, AZ / 10:15 PM Big 12 vs. Pac-12
Dec 28 Camping World Bowl Orlando, FL / Noon Big 12 vs. ACC/Notre Dame
Dec 30 First Responder Bowl University Park, TX / 12:30 PM Big Ten vs. C-USA/ACC
Dec 30 Music City Bowl Nashville, TN / 4 PM SEC vs. ACC/Big Ten/ND
Dec 30 Redbox Bowl Santa Clara, CA / TBA Big Ten vs. Pac-12
Dec 31 Belk Bowl Charlotte, NC / Noon SEC vs. ACC/Notre Dame
Dec 31 Sun Bowl El Paso, TX / 2 PM Pac-12 vs. ACC/Notre Dame
Dec 31 Arizona Bowl Tucson, AZ / 4:30 PM Mountain West vs. Sun Belt
Dec 31 Alamo Bowl San Antonio, TX / 7:30 PM Big 12 vs. Pac-12
Dec 31 Liberty Bowl Mephis, TN / 3:45 PM Big 12 vs. SEC
Jan 1 Outback Bowl Tampa, FL / 1 PM Big Ten vs. SEC
Jan 1 Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL / 1 PM Big Ten vs. SEC
Jan 2 Birmingham Bowl Birmingham, AL / 3 PM SEC vs. American
Jan 2 Gator Bowl Jacksonville, FL / 7 PM SEC vs. ACC/Big Ten/ND
Jan 3 Idaho Potato Bowl Boise, ID / 3:30 PM MAC vs. Mountain West
Jan 4 Armed Forces Bowl Fort Worth, TX / 11:30 AM Mountain West vs. Big Ten
Jan 6 Mobile Alabama Bowl Mobile, AL / 7:30 PM MAC vs. Sun Belt

Wagering on College Football Betting Lines

All of the betting options available for NFL bettors are also there for college football bettors as well. Whether you prefer to get a piece of the pie on money lines, totals, spreads, props, futures or in live betting, there's something for everyone. It’s important to keep a close eye on the odds each week and identify the ones most likely to pay off the best in college football gambling.

Point Spreads

The concept of point spread wagering in college football is easy. If Florida State is listed at -10.5 against Miami and you're betting on the Seminoles, the only way you'll be a winner is if they beat the Hurricanes by more than 10 points. If Miami loses by 10 points or fewer, it will cover the spread and be the winner.

Point spread betting is the most common way to wager upon college football. The mass majority of bets are on the point spread, because many times one of the teams is largely expected to come away with the victory.

Point spreads are fluid, as they can swing from the beginning of the week up through kickoff in NCAA football games. If the action moves a lot, it generally means most of the money is coming in one side, or there has been a development that made the oddsmakers shift the odds.

Moneyline Betting

Moneyline betting isn't given nearly as much attention as spread betting is, but sharp bettors recognize that there can be a lot of value here.

Some bettors have a hard time betting on heavy underdogs because they are likely to lose, but hitting on the correct one is quite lucrative. On the flip-side, there is a high price to back favorites, but when a bettor feels like a victory is automatic, it’s an easy way to pad the bankroll.

A moneyline bet is simply a bet on who will win the game. If Ohio State is favored by seven over Michigan, the Buckeyes will end up being something along the lines of -250 on the moneyline. This means you have to wager $250 to win $100 on the Buckeyes. Whether they cover or not doesn’t matter, as the moneyline only cares about the winner of the contest.

If the underdog in a scenario wins here, it is usually around a $210 payout on $100, so it is an intriguing choice.

Totals (Over/Unders)

There was a time that totals were only available in the biggest games on the college football schedule. However, as sportsbooks have expanded and the popularity for NCAA football has exploded, there are now not only over/unders on all of the FBS games, but some of the FCS games on the schedule as well. The concept of total betting is easy. Totals are merely the total number of points scored by both teams in the game.

College football totals are always a little more interesting than in the NFL because of the way overtime works. In the NFL, there are a finite number of points that can be scored in overtime. The most that can possibly be scored as 12, and we've yet to see that in an NFL game since the new overtime rules were adopted. In college football, you can easily see 50 points scored in overtime by itself, if not more than that.

However, totals in college football are always a lot bigger than they are in the NFL. Typical totals in college football are in the 50s or 60s, whereas the NFL features totals in the 40s.

Props, Futures, and Live Betting

One of the keys for bettors is to try to take advantage of some of the more or less rogue bets that aren't a main part of the betting board.

Props aren't available in every single game, but for the big games, you can wager on whether Oklahoma's quarterback will throw for more than 300 yards or whether Oregon's running back will crack the 100-yard barrier on the ground. By getting to know individual players and offensive philosophies, player props are a great way to make some money.

Futures are virtually always available for college football bettors no matter the time of year. Before the season is always the best time to get down on your futures wagers. With the advent of the College Football Playoff, the odds of teams to win it all have gone up with two big games to win instead of just one. Futures aren't merely limited to National Championship odds, though. Before the start of the season, you can wager on the regular-season win totals for every team in the land, and you can bet on which team will win each of the major conference titles as well.

Live betting is one of the newer facets of wagering, and it’s a great way to stay invested even if it looks like some previous pre-game gambles aren’t going to pay off. Betting lines are available as games are ongoing, and they change on the drop of the hat with every single play. Totals and spreads are available for all of the big games on the move all the way through the game. No matter if you bet on a game before it kicked off or not, you've always got a way to get into the action. Several bettors only deal with live betting and look for opportunities after analyzing how some of the action has been going. College football live betting is the way of the future, and sharp bettors can use the live action to influence their choices in NCAA football odds.

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  • Sep 19

    5:00 PM

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    • Houston University
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    • o56-110
    • +170
    • 304
    • Tulane
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    • -200
  • Sep 20

    6:00 PM

    • 305
    • Utah
    • -4-108
    • o53½-110
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    • 306
    • USC
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    • +155
  • Sep 20

    5:00 PM

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    • Florida International
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    • o51½-110
    • +292
    • 308
    • Louisiana Tech
    • -10-110
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    • -365
  • Sep 20

    6:00 PM

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    • Air Force
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    • o55-110
    • +286
    • 310
    • Boise State
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    • -356
  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 311
    • Louisiana Monroe
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    • +755
    • 312
    • Iowa State
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  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 313
    • Miami Ohio
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    • o59-110
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    • 314
    • Ohio State
    • -39-110
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  • Sep 21

    4:30 PM

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    • Charlotte
    • +41-104
    • o62-110
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    • 316
    • Clemson
    • -41-116
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  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 317
    • Connecticut
    • +27-110
    • o58-108
    • +1375
    • 318
    • Indiana
    • -27-110
    • u58-112
    • -3500
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 319
    • Central Florida
    • -12-110
    • o58-110
    • -468
    • 320
    • Pittsburgh University
    • +12-110
    • u58-110
    • +363
  • Sep 21

    11:00 AM

    • 321
    • Louisiana Lafayette
    • +3-103
    • o66½-110
    • +140
    • 322
    • Ohio
    • -3-117
    • u66½-110
    • -160
  • Sep 21

    5:00 PM

    • 323
    • Nebraska
    • -12½-110
    • o64-110
    • -480
    • 324
    • Illinois
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    • u64-110
    • +371
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

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    • Temple
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    • -570
    • 326
    • Buffalo University
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    • u55-115
    • +428
  • Sep 21

    1:00 PM

    • 327
    • Central Michigan
    • +30½-110
    • o51½-113
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    • Miami Florida
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    • u51½-107
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  • Sep 21

    4:00 PM

    • 329
    • Old Dominion
    • +30½-105
    • o48½-106
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    • 330
    • Virginia
    • -30½-115
    • u48½-114
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  • Sep 21

    10:00 AM

    • 331
    • Coastal Carolina
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    • o63-108
    • -800
    • 332
    • Massachusetts
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  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 333
    • Michigan State
    • -10-111
    • o39-110
    • -365
    • 334
    • Northwestern
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    • u39-110
    • +292
  • Sep 21

    12:00 PM

    • 335
    • Troy
    • -17-110
    • o56½-110
    • -1000
    • 336
    • Akron
    • +17-110
    • u56½-110
    • +664
  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 337
    • Boston College
    • -7-115
    • o57½-115
    • -300
    • 338
    • Rutgers
    • +7-105
    • u57½-105
    • +245
  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 339
    • Western Michigan
    • +6-110
    • o66-105
    • +192
    • 340
    • Syracuse
    • -6-110
    • u66-115
    • -230
  • Sep 21

    4:00 PM

    • 341
    • Ball State
    • +19-110
    • o58-116
    • +797
    • 342
    • North Carolina State
    • -19-110
    • u58-104
    • -1300
  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 343
    • Michigan
    • +3½-114
    • o43-109
    • +144
    • 344
    • Wisconsin
    • -3½-106
    • u43-111
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  • Sep 21

    7:15 PM

    • 345
    • Toledo
    • -8½-110
    • o67-111
    • -320
    • 346
    • Colorado State
    • +8½-110
    • u67-109
    • +260
  • Sep 21

    1:30 PM

    • 347
    • New Mexico State
    • +4½-110
    • o68-114
    • +160
    • 348
    • New Mexico
    • -4½-110
    • u68-106
    • -185
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 349
    • Washington University
    • -5½-113
    • o50½-113
    • -221
    • 350
    • BYU
    • +5½-107
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  • Sep 21

    7:00 PM

    • 351
    • Colorado
    • +8-110
    • o51½-114
    • +252
    • 352
    • Arizona State
    • -8-110
    • u51½-106
    • -310
  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 353
    • California
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    • +117
    • 354
    • Mississippi
    • -2-110
    • u44½-110
    • -137
  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 355
    • Tennessee University
    • +14-107
    • o48½-112
    • +462
    • 356
    • Florida
    • -14-113
    • u48½-108
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  • Sep 21

    4:00 PM

    • 357
    • Georgia State
    • +3½-110
    • o63-116
    • +151
    • 358
    • Texas State
    • -3½-110
    • u63-104
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  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 359
    • Southern Mississippi
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    • 360
    • Alabama
    • -38½-112
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  • Sep 21

    1:00 PM

    • 361
    • Kentucky
    • +7-105
    • o48½-109
    • +222
    • 362
    • Mississippi State
    • -7-115
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    • -270
  • Sep 21

    9:00 AM

    • 363
    • LSU
    • -23½-110
    • o62½-110
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    • 364
    • Vanderbilt
    • +23½-110
    • u62½-110
    • +1124
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 365
    • Appalachian State
    • +3-110
    • o58-112
    • +130
    • 366
    • North Carolina
    • -3-110
    • u58-108
    • -150
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 367
    • Auburn
    • +4-113
    • o47½-110
    • +160
    • 368
    • Texas A&M
    • -4-107
    • u47½-110
    • -184
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 369
    • Wyoming
    • +3½-115
    • o46-110
    • +140
    • 370
    • Tulsa
    • -3½-105
    • u46-110
    • -160
  • Sep 21

    1:00 PM

    • 371
    • South Carolina
    • +9½-110
    • o64-112
    • +273
    • 372
    • Missouri
    • -9½-110
    • u64-108
    • -338
  • Sep 21

    1:30 PM

    • 373
    • West Virginia
    • -4½-107
    • o53-110
    • -190
    • 374
    • Kansas
    • +4½-113
    • u53-110
    • +163
  • Sep 21

    4:30 PM

    • 375
    • Oklahoma State
    • +5½-110
    • o74-113
    • +184
    • 376
    • Texas
    • -5½-110
    • u74-107
    • -220
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 377
    • Bowling Green
    • +9½-107
    • o58-115
    • +292
    • 378
    • Kent State
    • -9½-113
    • u58-105
    • -365
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 379
    • SMU
    • +9½-110
    • o55½-105
    • +274
    • 380
    • TCU
    • -9½-110
    • u55½-115
    • -340
  • Sep 21

    4:30 PM

    • 381
    • San Jose State
    • +21-115
    • o61½-110
    • +947
    • 382
    • Arkansas
    • -21-105
    • u61½-110
    • -1700
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 383
    • South Alabama
    • +9½-110
    • o50-107
    • +296
    • 384
    • UAB
    • -9½-110
    • u50-113
    • -370
  • Sep 21

    4:00 PM

    • 385
    • Oregon
    • -10½-105
    • o59½-110
    • -376
    • 386
    • Stanford
    • +10½-115
    • u59½-110
    • +300
  • Sep 21

    4:00 PM

    • 387
    • Baylor
    • -27½-110
    • o59-104
    • -3500
    • 388
    • Rice
    • +27½-110
    • u59-116
    • +1375
  • Sep 21

    4:30 PM

    • 389
    • Texas San Antonio
    • +18½-105
    • o58-108
    • +777
    • 390
    • North Texas
    • -18½-115
    • u58-112
    • -1250
  • Sep 21

    5:00 PM

    • 391
    • Notre Dame
    • +14-105
    • o56½-108
    • +492
    • 392
    • Georgia
    • -14-115
    • u56½-112
    • -675
  • Sep 21

    12:30 PM

    • 393
    • Louisville
    • +6½-110
    • o61½-110
    • +203
    • 394
    • Florida State
    • -6½-110
    • u61½-110
    • -245
  • Sep 21

    5:00 PM

    • 395
    • Nevada
    • -14-110
    • o53½-110
    • -600
    • 396
    • UTEP
    • +14-110
    • u53½-110
    • +447
  • Sep 21

    7:30 PM

    • 397
    • UCLA
    • +19½-113
    • o59-110
    • +837
    • 398
    • Washington State
    • -19½-107
    • u59-110
    • -1400
  • Sep 21

    7:30 PM

    • 399
    • Utah State
    • -4-110
    • o53½-110
    • -185
    • 400
    • San Diego State
    • +4-110
    • u53½-110
    • +160

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