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There’s a good reason why 18 of the 20 largest stadiums in the US are dedicated to college football (NCAAF). American football played at the university level is one of the most popular and exciting sports in the country. About 50 million people attend college football games each year.

Millions more view broadcasts on TV or online streaming services. A few elite college teams draw over 100,000 spectators to each home game.

College football betting is appealing to sports bettors of all stripes from casual fans to the most seasoned punters.

Many fans in the US are finally getting a chance to wager on college football picks and other bet types due to recently eased regulations in the country around sports betting.

At Oddschecker, we bring you the best college football betting prices from the preseason through the national championship with great picks and expert analysis.

How Can I Bet on College Football?

College football betting in the US has never been easier thanks to new sports betting authorizations sweeping the nation. Football fans can now bet on college games before and during the action in many states.

Best of all, betting online or from your mobile device with our partner bookmakers is fast, secure, and fun.

All you have to do is navigate to the college football game you wish to bet on, click the odds you want, and place your bet using the Oddschecker bet-slip. We’ve done all the hard work so you don’t even need to leave the Oddschecker site!

You never have to make an uninformed bet with Oddschecker. Our network of top odds experts rollup their sleeves and dig through mountains of data each week to give you the very best NCAAF picks.

We tell you which teams are probable to win, which bets to play, and back it all up with in-depth analysis and commentary.

College football bettors trust Oddschecker for a reason—we have has been in the business of helping bettors play smart money for 20 years.

How Many College Teams Compete?

There are 130 college teams from 10 conferences in the NCAA’s Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), which is the premier tier of college football in the US.

Here are the 10 conferences that compete in NCAA Division I FBS football:

1) SEC

2) Big Ten

3) Big 12

4) Pac-12

5) ACC

6) AAC

7) MW

8) C-USA

9) Sun Belt

10) MAC

Hundreds of other colleges and universities compete in NCAA Division II and Division III football.

The typical bets you would expect to find such as college football lines, point spreads, over/unders, and multi-game parlays are most common for NCAA Division I FBS games.

Who Are the Most Famous College Football Teams?

NCAA college football includes numerous prominent teams. Some college programs have a rich history of dominating opponents while others have been particularly successful in recent years. The football programs of many colleges and universities have competed on the gridiron for over 100 years.

In fact, college football has been played in the US in one format or another since about 1869 and a rivalry game between Princeton and Rutgers.

The University of Michigan was the first major state university to field a football team in 1879. The Wolverines remain a powerhouse today—Michigan is the winningest team in college football history.

Here the top 10 most successful NCAAF football teams as measured by wins:

1) Michigan

2) Ohio State

3) Texas

4) Alabama

5) Yale

6) Nebraska

7) Oklahoma

8) Notre Dame

9) Penn State

10) Harvard

When looking at college football teams with the most national championships (awarded yearly) since 1869, the pack is led by Yale (18), Alabama (15), Princeton (15), Notre Dame (13), Michigan (9), and Southern California (9).

Five universities have claimed multiple national championships since 2000.

1) Alabama (’09, ’11, ’12, ’15, ’17),

2) Clemson (’16, ’18),

3) Florida (’06, ’08)

4) LSU (’03, ’07)

5) Ohio State (’02, ’14)

What Are the Latest College Football Odds?

Oddschecker compiles the latest college football odds from a variety of top bookmakers operating around the world. We bring you college football betting odds with a simple, side-by-side format that is convenient for viewing on your mobile device or computer at a glance.

By comparing odds and bets from different bookmarkers, Oddschecker makes it easy for you to find the perfect betting opportunities.

We expertly cover all your needs with up-to-the-minute odds on: college football game moneylines, point spreads, over/unders, outright winner picks and parlays, highest scoring quarters, and much more.

Oddschecker is a 100% free odds comparison service trusted by casual and professional gamblers since 1999.

When Does the Season Start And How Long Does It Last?

The NCAA Division I FBS college football regular season begins annually on the fourth Saturday in August.

The majority of games are played on Saturdays--although games are occasionally scheduled for other days of the week--through autumn over a stretch of 16 weeks.

Regular season play wraps-up on the second Saturday in December.

All games played by member teams in the 10 conferences of Division I FBS fall within the regular season window. Most teams play 12 games during the regular season with eight or nine games against conference opponents. One game occurs each week with the exception of a scheduled bye or off week.

The NCAA Division I FBS postseason consists of 40 bowl games played in December or January after the regular season ends.

College teams competing in FBS conferences with winning records on the season are eligible for bowl games. In some instances, teams with 5-7 or 6-7 records have received bowl game berths to fill vacancies.

Since 2014, a College Football Playoff National Championship Game has been played in January to determine the national champion.

The game is the final contest in the College Football Playoff, a bracket tournament of the top four teams in the US from FBS conferences. Two semi-final bowl games serve as qualifiers for the national championship contest.

The College Football Playoff National Championship, like the NFL’s Super Bowl, is played at a neutral site selected in advance of the season.

College Football Champions

The last 10 College Football Championship Winners

Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010
Team Clemson Alabama Clemson Alabama Ohio State Florida State Alabama Alabama Auburn Alabama

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