NCAAF Schedules

The NCAAF schedule basically runs at the same time as the NFL, but the NCAA college football season perfectly complements its professional counterpart. College football games are mostly aired on Saturday, from the end of August to mid-December, followed by bowl games and capped by the national championship game just a week after New Year’s Day. Find the NCAA football odds in the sportsbook.

Main Events for the 2023 College Football Season

Unique to the NCAAF schedule are bowl games. These are postseason games played in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) where they usually pit the better teams against each other.

The College Football Playoff National Championship is the biggest bowl game of the college season, and is typically played on the second Monday of the New Year, concluding the college bowl season.

Almost every college football game is available for betting online. They have their own point spreads, moneylines, and totals, while some others will have props.

Last 2022 Season Schedule:

Kickoff Games
Date Time (ET) Matchup
Sat, Aug 27 12:30 p.m. Nebraska vs Northwestern
Event: Aer Lingus College Football Classic
Stadium: Aviva in Dublin, Ireland
3:30 p.m. Stephen F. Austin vs Jacksonville State
Event: FCS Kickoff
Stadium: Cramton Bowl Montgomery, Alabama
7:00 p.m. Howard vs Alabama State
Event: Cricket MEAC/SWAC Challenge Kickoff
Stadium: Center Parc, Atlanta, Georgia
Sat, Sept. 3 3:30 p.m. Oregon vs Georgia
Event: Chick-Fil-A
Stadium: Mercedes-Benz, Atlanta, Georgia
7:30 p.m. North Carolina A&T vs North Carolina Central
Event: Duke’s Mayo Classic
Stadium: Bank of America, Charlotte, North Carolina
Sun, Sept 4  3:00 p.m. Florida A&M vs Jackson State
Event: Orange Blossom Classic
Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida
7:30 p.m. Florida State vs LSU
Event: Louisiana
Stadium: Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana
Mon, Sept 5 8:00 p.m. Clemson vs Georgia Tech
Event: Chick-Fil-A
Stadium: Mercedes-Benz, Atlanta, Georgia

3 Tips Before Betting NCAA Football

Although NCAA football is still football and has mostly the same rules as the NFL, it can differ widely. Keep in mind some tips before engaging:

  1. College sports, especially college football, can be volatile. Even if juggernaut programs like Alabama and Georgia are powerful and win consistently, they are prone to getting upset. Do not blindly throw money at their moneyline as their NCAAF Odds can be at ridiculous prices.
  2. Focus on the lines: Learn how to convert the odds into win probability and determine if you are comfortable wagering cash for this team’s shot at winning (or covering the spread). Look up the matchups and check the teams’ records on the spread before you bet on NCAA football.
  3. Check the weather. Most teams play outdoors so the weather and field conditions will affect win probabilities and scoring rates. A snowy day in Wisconsin will play out differently than a hot, sunny day in Florida, especially if a team is not used to playing under certain conditions.

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