BookMaker NCAAF Odds Sunday August 12, 2018

Published on August 12, 2018 Updated on August 12th, 2018
BookMaker Football College Odds Updated 8/12/2018 8:32 AM
teamspreadmoneylinetotal
away / homepointsoddsedgeoddsedgepointsoddsedge
Wyoming-5-1104.76%47-1094.76%
New Mexico State5-110-111
Hawaii14-1104.76%58-1104.76%
Colorado State-14-110-110
Central Florida-24.5-1104.76%70.5-1104.76%
Connecticut24.5-110-110
Northwestern3.5-1104.76%
Purdue-3.5-110
Wake Forest-6-1104.76%56.5-1104.76%
Tulane6-110-110
Utah State22.5-1104.76%50.5-1104.76%
Michigan State-22.5-110-110
Syracuse-6-1104.76%64.5-1104.76%
Western Michigan6-110-110
Western Kentucky34-1104.76%51-1104.76%
Wisconsin-34-110-110
San Diego State14.5-1104.76%51.5-1104.76%
Stanford-14.5-110-110
Army13.5-1104.76%47.5-1104.76%
Duke-13.5-110-110
Florida Atlantic20.5-1104.76%65.5-1104.76%
Oklahoma-20.5-110-110
Houston-24.5-1104.76%56-1104.76%
Rice24.5-110-110
Oregon State35.5-1104.76%61-1104.76%
Ohio State-35.5-110-110
Appalachian State23-1104.76%56-1104.76%
Penn State-23-110-110
Akron23.5-1104.76%55-1104.76%
Nebraska-23.5-110-110
Massachusetts18-1104.76%60-1104.76%
Boston College-18-110-110
Kent State16-1104.76%49.5-1104.76%
Illinois-16-110-110
Texas State16-1104.76%48.5-1104.76%
Rutgers-16-110-110
Indiana-10.5-1104.76%57-1104.76%
Florida International10.5-110-110
Northern Illinois10-1104.76%49-1104.76%
Iowa-10-110-110
Boise State-10.5-1104.76%49-1104.76%
Troy10.5-110-110
Louisiana Tech-10.5-1104.76%51-1104.76%
South Alabama10.5-110-110
Marshall2.5-1054.71%47.5-1104.76%
Miami Ohio-2.5-115-110
Smu3.5-1104.76%73-1104.76%
North Texas-3.5-110-110
Middle Tennessee State4.5-1104.76%55-1104.76%
Vanderbilt-4.5-110-110
Byu11.5-1104.76%62-1104.76%
Arizona-11.5-110-110
Texas San Antonio20-1104.76%54-1104.76%
Arizona State-20-110-110
Unlv25-1104.76%61-1104.76%
Usc-25-110-110
Cincinnati University16.5-1104.76%58.5-1104.76%
Ucla-16.5-110-110
Washington2.5-1054.71%51-1104.76%
Auburn-2.5-115-110
Central Michigan17-1104.76%50.5-1104.76%
Kentucky-17-110-110
Mississippi2-1104.76%67-1104.76%
Texas Tech-2-110-110
Coastal Carolina29.5-1104.76%54.5-1104.76%
South Carolina-29.5-110-110
West Virginia-10-1104.76%61.5-1104.76%
Tennessee University10-110-110
North Carolina8.5-1104.76%58.5-1104.76%
California-8.5-110-110
Bowling Green30-1104.76%69.5-1104.76%
Oregon-30-110-110
Old Dominion-6-1104.76%
Liberty6-110
Michigan-2.5-1154.71%47.5-1104.76%
Notre Dame2.5-105-110
Louisville25.5-1104.76%53.5-1104.76%
Alabama-25.5-110-110
Miami Florida-2.5-1154.71%45.5-1104.76%
Lsu2.5-105-110
Virginia Tech6.5-1104.76%50-1104.76%
Florida State-6.5-110-110

Rotation Number - Rotation Numbers are a shorthand used by sportsbooks to refer to a side or team in a game. They are standardized throughout North American sportsbooks and casinos. Also, the rotation number allows each book to list the games in similar order and format. It keeps all of the games that are posted each day and throughout the week organized. That makes it easy for the bettor and the book, particularly in noisy casinos, to efficiently place a bet.

Spread/Puckline/Runline - Spreads are the number of points/goals/runs to add or subtract from the final score to determine if the bet is won. Spreads help give the bettor a different look at the odds and encourage betting on longshot teams or lower the chalk on big favorites. here are videos/articles explaining Spreads, Runline and Puckline.

Implied Probability - Implied Probability is best explained as odds of any type converted to percent likelihood. It can give the bettor a general idea the chance of the outcome occurring. There is an important caveat: Implied Probability always contains the sportsbooks edge, sometimes called their profit. Implied Probabilities for a single match always add up to more than 100%. The extra percent is the edge, as explained below. Here is a good article on Implied Probability and a useful Implied Probability Calculator.

Sportsbook Edge - Edge represents the percent advantage that the sportsbook has over the bettor. A lower Sportsbook Edge is always better for gamblers. The best way to think about it, is that if you flip coins but the person you are playing against has a 2.5% advantage you are going to lose to them over time. If that percentage is 4.75% you are going to lose much sooner.

Totals or Over/Under - Totals betting is not specific to a particular team. The sportsbook sets the total number of points it expects to be scored in any given match and bettors choose to bet that the score is going to be over or under this mark. The most common over/under market is total combined points for both teams, but sometimes can be a total points scored for a single team or side. Here is a video/article that explains Over Under or Totals Betting