How to bet College Football Las Vegas 1st Half Odds
Football is by far the most popular sport to bet and being able to wager on 1st Half odds gives you more opportunities to win. If you’re looking to get more involved, then you better check out the College Football Las Vegas 1st Half Odds.
Similar to the College Football Las Vegas Odds, the 1st Half Odds focus are based on point-spread wagers.
Unless the game is listed at pick ‘em, every matchup will have a favorite and an underdog. Every contest starts with the Date and Time before listing the Rotation of the matchup. Some sportsbooks may use a different rotation for the first-half, but it’s likely just an extra digit associated to the rotation for the full game.
Unlike full game wagers, College Football Las Vegas 1st Half Odds are only for the first 30 minutes of a game. Game wagers, money-line bets and over-under (total) selections are decided on the full 60 minutes and any additional overtime action if the contest happens to see an extra session.
After the final 30 minutes end, your wager is final and most sportsbooks will grade and payout quickly after the outcome has been made official. Betting on the 1st Half Odds isn’t for everybody but our numbers from multiple books certainly make for a great resource.
College Football 1st Half Over-Under Odds
Over-Under or Totals are also offered on our College Football First Half Odds page. Bettors can wager on the two teams to go ‘over’ or ‘under’ the posted total and the odds are set for the first 30 minutes of the matchup. If you’re hoping for plenty of points early, then an ‘over’ wager is a solid choice and if you believe both teams will play a defensive style and run clock, then an ‘under’ ticket could be the way to go.
How to read College Football 1st Half Odds
Understanding how the oddsmakers set College Football Odds could be a little overwhelming at times and maybe confusing. However, there are a couple things to understand when looking at the Game Odds and 1st Half Odds. Normally, you would think that the lines would be trimmed in half for the first 30 minutes and then the full 60 minutes.
That’s not the case.
Game Line: Vanderbilt at Purdue (-7)