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Scheduled Open Best Odds Sharp Action Big Money PRO Systems Model Proj. Top Experts Bets $$
o71
u71
o62.5
u62.5
73%27%
o56
u56
69%31%
o72.5
u72.5
62%38%
o52
u52
64%36%
o52
u52
71%29%
o61.5
u61.5
69%31%
o53
u53
72%28%
o45
u45
25%75%
o55.5
u55.5
56%44%
o60
u60
54%46%
o60
u60
72%28%
o58
u58
72%28%
o62.5
u62.5
65%35%
o53
u53
52%48%
o50
u50
69%31%
o68.5
u68.5
77%23%
o50
u50
61%39%
o62
u62
68%32%
o45
u45
o44
u44
43%57%
o58
u58
49%51%
o50.5
u50.5
74%26%
o43.5
u43.5
49%51%
o67
u67
71%29%
o64.5
u64.5
61%39%
o52
u52
55%45%
o66.5
u66.5
64%36%
o57.5
u57.5
62%38%
o68
u68
68%32%
o76.5
u76.5
51%49%

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Spread

A point spread allows bettors to wager on the margin of victory in a college football game. A -14 favorite needs to win by 15 points or more to cover the spread. A +14 underdog needs to lose by less than 14 points, or win the game, to cover the spread. A minus sign indicates that team is the favorite; a plus sign indicates that team is the underdog.

Total

A total (also known as an over/under) allows bettors to choose whether the number of points by both teams will be over or under the listed amount. If a college football total is set at 56, bettors can wager on the combined score going over or under 56 points.

Moneyline

A moneyline requires bettors to pick the winner of the game, but the odds are adjusted according to each team’s ability. A -400 favorite is expected to win the game, so bettors need to risk $4 for every $1 they want to win. A +300 underdog gives bettors the chance to win $3 for every $1 risked.