action. After all, who wouldn’t want to show some school spirit while enjoying an all-American football game and earn some good cash? This method of betting has become a very popular option because it is a convenient method of placing bets on college football games. Betting lines give the bettor a sense of anonymity, since revealing too much personal information is not really essential when placing a bet through the phone. Also, it very convenient since you don’t have to meet a bookmaker to place a bet.
However, most people who use this service are usually first timers and are not really well-versed in the art of betting for college football games, or even in any sports matches. Here is a quick look into the fundamentals of betting for college football. Take note so that you can welcome the possibility of earning while enjoying your favorite college football games.
In college football betting lines (as in any sports betting scenario) there are three different kinds of odds. These odds are called the side, the money line and the total. The money line odd is the simplest and easiest to understand. This odd is betting on who you think will win the match. For example, in an NCAA game between the University of Texas Longhorns and the Troy University Trojans, the money line might tell Trojans -500 and Longhorns +550. If you think the Longhorns will win, you can bet $100 and then make a a $550 profit.
On the other hand, if you think the Colts will win, you can bet $500 to win $100. Betting on the side, meanwhile, will make the linesmaker, or the person who sets the odds for betting, give the stronger team a handicap. This will balance the two teams in the betting. As with the example above, with the Trojans and the Longhorns meeting in an NCAA game, the linesmaker may put 11 points to the Trojans, making them more superior to the Longhorns.
If you bet -11 on the Longhorns, you will get -110 odds. However, you will only win if the T