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The college football season begins two to three weeks earlier than the NFL, toward the end of August. The regular season continues through early December, with the highest-profile games on the season's final weekend being several conference championship games.
The postseason consists of a series of bowl games that showcase top 64 college teams. Bowl games generally match two teams of similar standing from different conferences, although some pit a high ranked team from a smaller conference against a lower ranked team from a more prestigious one. Division I Bowl Subdivision (still widely known by Division I-A) football is the only NCAA sport which does not decide its champion with a playoff.
Since 1998, the National Championship has been determined by the Bowl Championship Series (BCS). This formula, incorporating numerous computer rankings and human polls, is used to determine the top two teams in the country. From 1998 to 2005, the two teams competed in one of the four BCS bowl games in a set rotation. Starting in the 2006 season, the BCS National Championship Game, was added. The game is played after completion of the BCS Bowls and the site rotates every year between the four BCS Bowls: the Rose Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Orange Bowl, and Sugar Bowl. The first BCS Championship game was held on January 8, 2007 in the new University of Phoenix Stadium, the new home of the Fiesta Bowl.
Like in the case of NFL, Moneylines and point spread are the most popular odds for College Football. The College Football Betting Lines and NCAA Football Betting Lines are displayed with the same format than NFL Football odds and both follow the same rules.
For example: a typical pointspread odd for College Footbal is LSU Tigers (-2) vs. Ohio State Bobcats (+1). In parenthesis appears the college football pointspread. In this case, when the game is over, 2 points are subtracted from Tigers' score and 1 point is added to the Bobcats' score. In sports betting terms, this ajusted score is the final score. So, for example if the game finish with a score of LSU Tigers 25 - Ohio Bobcats 20, for betting purposes, we subtract 2 points from Tigers and add 1 point to Bobcats and the final score would be Tigers - 23, Bobcats - 21. If you bet on Tigers to win, you win the bet. In some cases is possible that the final score ajusted by the point spread, makes winner the team that loses the match. This would happen if in our case the game finish with a score of LSU 21 - Ohio State 20, the final score ajusted will be Tigers 19 - Bobcats 21 and if you bet on Tigers to win, you lose the bet even though Tigers won the game.
A moneyline odd example would be: LSU Tigers -145 vs. Ohio State Bobcats +160. This means that if you bet on Tigers, you will risk $145 for win only $100. If you place a wager of $100 on Bobcats, you win $160 if the Bobcats won the game.
If one team is thought to be worse than the other, additional points will be added to their score in the case of pointspread odds and the current moneyline will appear with a positive sign.If a team is thought to be better than the other, they will have points subtracted from their score and the moneyline will be negative.
College Football games can be wagered by different kinds of bets. The most populars are Tearsers and Parlays Bets. Remember, first check the odds and then place your wagers.
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Parlays: A parlay is a bet in which you select 2 to 8 teams or totals. All selections must win or tie in order to win the wager. If any of the selections lose, your wager loses, regardless of the outcome or cancellation of the other games. If one or more selections is a tie, postponed, incomplete, cancelled or rescheduled for another day, then the wager reverts to the next lowest number. Calcule your winnings in our Parlay Calculator.
Teasers: A teaser allows the bettor to combine his bets on two or more different games. The bettor can adjust the point spreads for the two games, but realizes a lower return on the bets in the event of a win. Calcule your winnings in our Teaser Calculator.
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