NCAAF Futures Betting Odds

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FUTURESConsensusCons.
USC TrojansUSC
+200
+200
+220
+200
+200
+150
+200
Utah UtesUtah
+250
+250
+275
+200
+280
+300
+240
Oregon DucksOregon
+280
+300
+275
+300
+280
+300
+250
UCLA BruinsUCLA
+1000
+900
+800
+750
+850
+1200
+1000
Washington HuskiesWashington
+1100
+1100
+1200
+1800
+1600
+1700
+1000
Washington State CougarsWashington St
+3000
+3300
+2500
+4000
+4500
+3000
+2500
Oregon State BeaversOregon St
+3300
+2500
+2800
+3500
+2500
+4000
+3300
Arizona State Sun DevilsArizona St
+4000
+3300
+2200
+2500
+2000
+5000
+4000
California BearsCalifornia
+5000
+5000
+5000
+7500
+6000
+5000
+4000
Stanford CardinalStanford
+6000
+6000
+6600
+6000
+9000
+6000
+3300
Arizona WildcatsArizona
+25000
+25000
+25000
+40000
+40000
+50000
+25000
Colorado BuffaloesColorado
+25000
+25000
+12500
+40000
+20000
+15000
+25000

College Football Futures Odds

NCAAF Futures Betting

An NCAAF "futures" bet is a wager on an event where the outcome will be determined much later in a given college football season--beyond just the current day or week. Popular NCAAF futures center around results like betting on a team to make the playoff, win their respective conference, or to win the National Championship. Other common college football futures bets include correctly picking individual players to receive accolades like Heisman Trophy. If the selected team or player wins the event on which the wager was placed, the bettor wins their bet.

Understanding NCAAF Futures Odds and Payouts

Futures odds are associated with bigger payouts since the outcomes are much more difficult to predict than a single game bet. As such a wide range of odds from anything like +250 to +1100 are not uncommon. Due to the inherently difficult nature of futures betting, bettors can expect “plus-money” options at the beginning of a season, even when betting on favorites. Futures are available across the entire season with changing odds based on team performance.

2022-23 NCAAF National Championship Odds

Georgia finally broke the 40-year curse and won the National Championships at the end of the 2021-22 college football season. Taking down SEC rival Alabama -- who defeated them in the conference title game just weeks before -- was just added icing on the cake. But that's already old news despite the new season still being months away. Get National Championship odds here for the upcoming 2022-23 season and get ready to place your bets.

Odds to Win National Championship - Current Leaders

Team Odds
Alabama Crimson Tide +200
Georgia Bulldogs +350
Ohio State Buckeyes +550
Clemson Tigers +1000
Texas A&M Aggies +3000

Updated February 7, 2022 at 11:15 a.m. EST - Odds provided by DraftKings and subject to change

2022-23 NCAAF To Make Playoff Odds

College football no longer pits the two highest ranked teams against each other for the National Championship. We've had the College Football Playoff for eight seasons now and all have produced some electric games so far, but at the same time, we've typically seen the same crop of teams involved -- with maybe one or two teams changing each season. Alabama, Georgia, Clemson and Ohio State are all likely to compete for a spot in the Playoff... and that could also be all four teams right there. NCAAF To Make Playoff Odds will reflect these factors, but you could bet on those one or two teams that shock the nation and slip their way into the final four.

2022-23 NCAAF Most Wins Odds

With the way the college football playoff is structured, the team that finishes with the most wins in the country should end up playing in the four-team tourney for the National Title. This is where NCAAF most wins odds come into play for futures bettors. Oddsmakers will select a number of teams at the top of the rankings that they project could compete for the most wins title, and it'll be up to you to choose the right one.

2022-23 NCAAF Heisman Trophy Odds

The Heisman Trophy is arguably the most decorated and highest honor in all of team sports -- even more so than MVP winners at the pro level. Being named the most outstanding player in all of college football, a sport that encapsulates every state in the nation, is truly what dreams are made of. While the award almost always goes to a quarterback, other offensive weapons -- and maybe even a defender -- can make their mark on any given season and be a finalist for the award.

Alabama QB Bryce Young is the reigning Heisman Trophy winner and could potentially win it again...check out our NCAAF Heisman Trophy Odds to decide who will be next.

Betting on NCAAF Futures

After a long regular season that sees conference championships, bowl games and the College Football Playoff, only two teams remain to face-off in the National Championship. Once the "Naty" is set, oddsmakers will set what is known as American Odds on the championship. At this point, these are no longer future odds as the main event is near. For an event this major, the odds have a name: the National Championship Odds Price, using American Odds.

For additional resources, check out our betting calculators. But here are the fast facts on odd types and how to bet on the National Championship.

What are American Odds?

American Odds are the default odds used by U.S. sportsbooks. The odds are based on winning $100 for a given bet on either the Favorite or the Underdog.  A Favorite will have a minus (-) sign next to the odds and represents the money you need to risk to win $100. An Underdog will have a plus (+) sign in front and represents the money you can win for every $100 risked. So, if you're betting on Georgia at -140 against Alabama, that means the Bulldogs are a slight favorite. You need to risk $140 to win $100 on Georgia. If they win, you profit $100 and get your original $140 back.

What are Decimal Odds?

Beyond the U.S., most of the world uses Decimal Odds, in part because it’s easier to convert them to implied probabilities. Decimal odds represent the amount you win for every $1 wagered. The number represents the total return, not just the profit (this is different from American and fractional odds).

 What are Fractional Odds?

Fractional Odds are used primarily in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Few bettors use fractional odds for betting sports other than horse racing, because the conversions to understand a return are challenging. To calculate winnings on fractional odds, multiply your bet by the top number (the numerator), then divide the result by the bottom number (the denominator). 

Where can I bet on the National Championship?

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