College Football Scoreboard


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The College Football Scoreboard should be your starting point when you start to sharpen the pencil and determine what you’re betting each week. The Scores are provided for the entire season, which begins in early August and runs through the College Football Playoff in January. Understanding the Scores and leaning the ‘ins and outs’ of the feature is simple but you begin with the Matchup, which has a designated home and away team.

All College Football Scores are listed in order of Rotation that are set by the sportsbooks. The Rotation numbers are assigned to each team and it identifies the wager that is being placed at an online sportsbook or in a casino at the betting counter. Those numbers eliminate any confusion between the bettor and the sportsbook. Along with rotation numbers, games are also listed by time and the College Football Scores show the Game Time in Eastern Standard Time Zone (ET).

Next to the rotations are the Teams that are playing, followed by the Odds. The College Football Scores show a consensus line that is updated every 15 minutes by multiple sportsbooks in the United States, the majority of operators coming from Nevada. The betting odds display which team is the favorite in the matchup and that can be determined with a minus (-) sign followed by a number.


Underneath or above the favorite in the matchup is another number, which identifies the Total or Over/Under for the game. This is a wager that allows bettors to wager on if both teams in the matchup will score more or less combined points than the posted Total or Over/Under. You can bet on one of the two (Over-Under) and those wagers are extremely popular for individuals undecided on either team in the matchup.

With so many college football games taking place across the country, you have plenty of opportunities to get in on the action. If you are in a state where sports betting is legal, please check out our online sportsbook directory to find the best and most secure places to make NCAA football bets.


The team that’s favored in each matchup is determined by the sportsbooks and their oddsmakers. The team with the better record isn’t always listed as the favorite but that’s known to be a solid starting point for most handicappers. The College Football Scoreboard shows the previous results and records for all teams in their matchups and they’re divided into two categories. The records are only shown for teams prior to the game.

(Overall Record)
(Away or Home Record)

The Win-Loss is broken up by overall record and either the away or home record, depending on who is the host or the visitor.

After the game has become official, the Results section on the College Football Scoreboard shows bettors whether they won or lost their wagers on the point-spread. The winning team is designated with a ‘red check’ and the ATS section (Against the Spread) determines the betting outcome. Along with showing the straight up winner, the ATS Results section listed the word “Cover” next to the team that won against the spread. Since the point-spread is in play, the winning team with the red check may not also receive the Cover result.

For Total bettors, it’s clear-cut and those wagers are identified as Over or Under and it adds up the combined points scored in the game too.


Keeping up with all the College Football action can be tough, especially during the regular season with over 60 games scheduled on a Saturday afternoon. Prior to the kickoff, bettors can follow the Line Movements on our College Football Scoreboard page from multiple sportsbooks in the United States. These Live scores pages provide the sports betting markets for each particular matchup, showing the fluctuation for both the point-spread, totals and money-line wagers.

Along with the line movements, the Preview links offer a snapshot on the matchup before the Live scores appear. If you’re unsure of who to bet on, we can help you with our Picks link and these populate when our College Football handicappers post a selection on the game.

Following the College Football Live scores is a great tool and the Scoreboard shows games in progress with updates from all four quarters. Knowing how much time is left in a quarter, half or game is essential in determining if your bet could be a winner or loser.