NCAAF Scores

2022-2023 College Football Scores & Odds

This is a crucial part of betting on this sport, and most bets revolve around the scoring system.

Each NCAAF game is divided into four quarters, 15-minutes long each. Like in most sports, the game's purpose is to finish with the most points when time runs out. However, what makes football so unique is the number of different ways you can score, plus the value of each score. Because the NCAAF is just for college students, it is an amateur level of football. Players can leave college and try to go professional in the NFL.

Top 2022 College Football Events & Scores

2022 College Bowl Results & Scores
Fri, Dec 16, 2022Bahamas BowlUAB Blazers vs Miami (Oh) Redhawks24-20
Winner: UAB Blazers
Fri, Dec 16, 2022Cure BowlTroy Trojans vs  UTSA Roadrunners18-12
Winner: Troy Trojans
Sat, Dec 17, 2022Wasabi Fenway Bowl Louisville Cardinals vs Cincinnati Bearcats24- 7
Winner: Louisville Cardinals
Sat, Dec 17, 2022Cricket Celebration BowlNorth Carolina Central Eagles vs Jackson State Tigers41-34
Winner: NC Central Eagles
Sat, Dec 17, 2022New Mexico BowlBYU Cougars vs SMU Mustangs24-23
Winner: BYU Cougars
Sat, Dec 17, 2022Jimmy Kimmel LA BowlWashington State Cougars vs Fresno State Bulldogs6-29
Winner: Fresno State Bulldogs
Sat, Dec 17, 2022LendingTree BowlRice Owls vs Southern Miss Golden Eagles24-38
Winner: Southern Miss Golden Eagles
Sat, Dec 17, 2022SRS Distribution Las Vegas BowlOregon State Beavers vs Florida Gators30-3
Winner: Oregon State Beavers
Sat, Dec 17, 2022Frisco BowlBoise State Broncos vs North Texas Mean Green35-32
Winner: Boise State Broncos
Mon, Dec 19, 2022Myrtle Beach BowlMarshall Thundering Herd vs UConn Huskies28-14
Winner: Marshall Thundering Herd
Tue, Dec 20, 2022Famous Idaho Potato BowlSan José State Spartans vs Eastern Michigan Eagles27-41
Winner: Eastern Michigan Eagles
Tue, Dec 20, Boca Raton BowlToledo Rockets vs Liberty Flames21-19
Winner: Toledo Rockets
Wed, Dec 21, 2022New Orleans BowlSouth Alabama Jaguars vs Western Kentucky Hilltoppers23-44
Winner: Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Thu, Dec 22, 2022Lockheed Martin Armed Forces BowlAir Force Falcons  vs Baylor Bears30-15
Winner: Air Force
Fri, Dec 23, 2022Independence BowlHouston Cougars  vs Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns23-16
Winner: Toledo Rockets
Fri, Dec 23, 2022Union Home Mortgage Gasparilla BowlMissouri Tigers vs Wake Forest Demon Deacons17-27
Winner: Missouri Tigers
Sat, Dec 24, 2022Easypost Hawai’i BowlSan Diego State Aztecs vs Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders23-25
Winner: Middle Tennessee
Mon, Dec 26, 2022Quick Lane BowlBowling Green Falcons  vs New Mexico State Aggies19-24
Winner: New Mexico St. Aggies
Tue, Dec 27, 2022Camellia BowlBuffalo Bulls vs Georgia Southern Eagles23-21
Winner: Buffalo Bulls
Tue, Dec 27, 2022First Responder BowlUtah State Aggie’s  vs Memphis Tigers10-38
Winner: Memphis Tigers
Tue, Dec 27, 2022TicketSmarter Birmingham BowlEast Carolina Pirates vs Coastal Carolina Chanticleers53-29
Winner: East Carolina Pirates
Tue, Dec 27, 2022Guaranteed Rate BowlOklahoma State Cowboys vs Wisconsin Badgers17-24
Winner: Wisconsin Badgers

How to Read NCAAF Scores?

All NCAAF scores follow in the footsteps of the NFL. Each touchdown is worth six points, and, after a touchdown, a team has the option to either kick an extra-point field goal attempt for just one point, or go for a two-point conversion.

The two-point conversion is just running a play from a short distance from the goal line. Each NCAAF team only gets one try at an extra point or a two-point conversion after every touchdown; if they fail, they only get six points on that drive. If an offense cannot score a touchdown on a drive, they can elect to kick a field goal for three points, if they are close enough.

A defense can earn two points after tackling an offensive player in their own endzone, which results in a safety; this is a very difficult thing to do. The defense can also score by causing a turnover and running into the opposing team’s endzone.

Check out the full NCAAF schedule to stay updated with all the College Football games

How to Use College Football Scores for Betting?

Betting NCAAF scores and college football odds requires you to understand how NCAAF scores work, because most bets revolve around how many points teams can score.

A significant factor is that each way a football team can score holds a different value, changing the number of points they can have. Teams often score by seven and three, making the team finishing a game with 24 points a lot more likely than 23 or 25.

Keeping in mind that teams often score by sevens or threes is crucial when betting on how much a team will win by, or the over/under for a total score in a single game.

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