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College Football Betting

It was a weird year in 2020-21 for college football due to the COVID-19 pandemic that shortened every team's season. All signs point to go, however, in 2021-22, and there's never been a better time to get into the robust college football betting market that has odds for 130-plus teams each week.

On this page, you'll find links to betting team pages for all 130 FBS college football teams. Those pages are loaded with team information and betting data, including season schedules, odds for every game, against-the-spread (ATS) performance, injuries, news, depth charts, standings, and much more.

College Football Against-the-Spread Standings

If you're new to the world of college football betting, get to know a few of the key and most popular markets: point spreads, totals, and moneylines.

Let's talk about the point spread bet, which the most popular type of wager in U.S. online sports betting. These bets are simply wagers on how much a team will win or lose a game by. For example, let's say Penn State played Indiana, and the spread was listed as such:

The teams have the same numbers next to them, but the plus and minus signs are critical. The plus sign indicates which team is the underdog, a term for the team likely to lose. The minus sign is for the favorite, or the team likely to win.

In this example, the Hoosiers are 2.5-point underdogs to Penn State, which means if you bet on them you would win your wager if they won the game outright or lost by one or two points. Penn State bettors would need a victory by at least a field goal to cash.

Many college football bettors enjoy referencing against-the-spread (ATS) records, which are indicative of how often a team "covers the spread."

Again, the 2020-21 season was a weird one in that not all teams or conferences got in full schedules due to COVID-19. We still have ATS data from last year, however, and the teams that had the most covers were Liberty and Coastal Carolina, both of which went 8-2 ATS.

Two teams had undefeated ATS records, just in fewer games: Indiana (7-0) and San Jose State (6-0-1). The three worst teams ATS last year were Utah State, Michigan, and Purdue, all of which finished 1-5. Eight other teams also covered just a single game all year: Arizona, UNLV, Bowling Green, FIU, Washington State, Washington, Colorado State, and Ohio.

Check out our NCAAF ATS page for up-to-date records for all teams.

College Football Win Totals

Futures bets are incredibly fun wager types that don't revolve around a single game like point spreads, moneylines, and totals. They refer to any bet that is settled at the end of the season. Examples include regular season win totals, Heisman Trophy odds, national title odds, and more.

Regular season win totals for college football have become quite popular in recent years, as you can really buy or fade a particular team. Sportsbooks will list a number of how many games a team should win in the regular season, and bettors can wager either "over" or "under" that number.

Here are the win totals for every FBS college football team entering 2021-22.

SEC

  • Alabama: 11.5
  • Georgia: 10.5
  • Texas A&M: 9.5
  • Florida: 9
  • LSU: 8.5
  • Ole Miss: 7
  • Missouri: 7
  • Auburn: 7
  • Kentucky: 7
  • Tennessee: 6
  • Mississippi State: 5.5
  • Arkansas: 5.5
  • South Carolina: 4
  • Vanderbilt: 3

Big Ten

  • Ohio State: 11
  • Wisconsin: 9.5
  • Penn State: 9
  • Iowa: 8.5
  • Michigan: 8
  • Indiana: 8
  • Minnesota: 7
  • Northwestern: 6.5
  • Nebraska: 6
  • Maryland: 5.5
  • Purdue: 5
  • Michigan State: 4
  • Rutgers: 4
  • Illinois: 3

Big 12

  • Oklahoma: 11
  • Iowa State: 9.5
  • Texas: 8
  • Oklahoma State: 7.5
  • TCU: 7
  • West Virginia: 6.5
  • Kansas State: 5.5
  • Baylor: 5.5
  • Texas Tech: 4.5
  • Kansas: 1

ACC

  • Clemson: 11.5
  • UNC: 10
  • Miami: 9.5
  • Boston College: 7
  • Pittsburgh: 7
  • Virginia Tech: 7
  • Wake Forest: 6.5
  • Louisville: 6.5
  • NC State: 6
  • Virginia: 6
  • Florida State: 5.5
  • Georgia Tech: 4.5
  • Duke: 3.5
  • Syracuse: 3

PAC-12

  • Oregon: 9
  • Arizona State: 9
  • USC: 9
  • Washington: 9
  • Utah: 8.5
  • UCLA: 7
  • Washington State: 6
  • California: 5.5
  • Oregon State: 4.5
  • Colorado: 4.5
  • Stanford: 4
  • Arizona: 2.5

American

  • Cincinnati: 10
  • UCF: 9.5
  • Memphis: 8.5
  • Houston: 8
  • Tulsa: 6.5
  • SMU: 6
  • Tulane: 5
  • East Carolina: 4.5
  • Navy: 3.5
  • South Florida: 3
  • Temple: 2.5

Conference USA

  • UTSA: 8
  • UAB: 7.5
  • Marshall: 7.5
  • Florida Atlantic: 7
  • Western Kentucky: 5.5
  • Rice: 5.5
  • Southern Miss: 5.5
  • Middle Tennessee: 5
  • Louisiana Tech: 4.5
  • Charlotte: 4.5
  • FIU: 4.5
  • North Texas: 4
  • Old Dominion: 3.5
  • UTEP: 3

MAC

  • Buffalo: 8.5
  • Ball State: 8
  • Toledo: 8
  • Ohio: 6.5
  • Eastern Michigan: 6.5
  • Central Michigan: 6.5
  • Western Michigan: 6
  • Kent State: 5
  • Miami (OH): 4.5
  • Northern Illinois: 4
  • Akron: 2.5
  • Bowling Green: 1.5

Mountain West

  • Boise State: 9
  • Wyoming: 8.5
  • Nevada: 7.5
  • San Jose State: 7.5
  • Air Force: 6.5
  • San Diego State: 6.5
  • Hawaii: 6
  • Fresno State: 6
  • Colorado State: 4.5
  • New Mexico: 4
  • Utah State: 3
  • UNLV: 1.5

Sun Belt

  • Coastal Carolina: 10
  • Louisiana: 9.5
  • Appalachian State: 9
  • Troy: 6.5
  • Georgia State: 5.5
  • Georgia Southern: 4.5
  • Texas State: 4.5
  • South Alabama: 4
  • Arkansas State: 3.5
  • UL Monroe: 1.5

Independents

  • Liberty: 9
  • Notre Dame: 9
  • Army: 8
  • BYU: 6.5
  • New Mexico State: 2
  • UMass: 1.5