Jun. 21, 2021
2021 College Football Win Totals Odds Comparison
The 2021 College Football season will begin on Saturday Aug. 28 and bettors can start placing wagers on 'over' or 'under' in the upcoming Win Totals betting market for FBS college football teams.
Bettors can compare their future prices below at some of the most popular legal online sportsbooks in the United States.
2021 College Football Win Totals Odds
Listed below are the 2021 College Football Win Totals in Alphabetical order for all FBS schools.
Odds Provided by DraftKings - Subject to Change
How do I bet Win Totals?
College Football Win Totals can be grouped into future wagers since you’re betting on the outcome of a school over the course of a season and its production. Oddsmakers set a number prior to the season on how many wins a team will finish with at the end of their regular season schedule.
The majority of college football teams play 12 games and Win Total wagers do not include postseason matchups. Those matchups include conference title contests, bowls or playoff games. Some sportsbooks have rules on these wagers where a team must play ‘all’ 12 regular season games or the wager is void. It’s not uncommon to see games postponed throughout the season due to weather in the United States.
After the number is set, you either bet ‘over’ or ‘under’ on the Win Total. The number of wins is created to get the most two-way action for over and under wagers and if the sportsbook believes one side will receive more action, they normally add a higher tax (juice) on that wager.
Example: Oklahoma Sooners: Under 10 (-210)
Instead of making Oklahoma Under 10.5 or Under 11, the oddsmakers will make bettors lay $210 to win $100 for the Sooners to finish with records of 9-3 or worse to cash. If a team lands directly on the Win Total number set, then the bet is refunded and called in the industry as a push.