Each week we unlock a few games to give everyone a chance to experience what a BetQL subscription is like, and you will be able to see all the data we have on that game. Our college football over under data includes our score projections, our college football over under model's pick, the public betting percentage, and the pro betting percentage. BetQL can offer you everything you need to formulate your own over under pick, or you can tail our model's pick for an easy winner. Come back every week to see which way our model is picking and subscribe to BetQL to get the college football over under data we have on every game.
We can’t wait for football season to get back underway, but until next season kicks off you can win some bets betting on the NBA & MLB with BetQL. Just like our football product you can find picks for every game on tonight’s NBA slate and if you want to bet a total make sure you look at our NBA model’s over under picks to find a winner. If you haven’t figured out what game you like tonight check out the most updated odds, lines, spreads and best bets for all the games on tonight, let BetQL help you win more bets with our five star plays.
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College football totals betting is wagering on the combined points scored between both of the teams playing in a selected game. More commonly this type of bet is called a college football over under bet. The over under line for college football totals betting is typically set between 40 and 80 points. Similar to betting the NCAAF spreads , there can be a “push” if the total amount of points scored in the game exactly equals the total. You can also bet on the total points scored in the first half or the second half. If you have a feeling that the game will be high scoring or you have a tip that the defenses will stay tough and there won’t be many points scored college over under betting may be perfect for you.
College Football Over Under Example:
Alabama is playing Clemson and the over under line is set at 65 points. Looking back at past Alabama-Clemson matchups you have a feeling the score will come very close to this line. You really like Alabama to score a lot of points but maybe don’t like Clemson to score as many as they are projected to, so you take the under. When the game is over and everything is all said and done the final score is Alabama 26 - Clemson 23. When you add these two scores together the final is 39 which did not come close at all to hitting the 65 so the under bet was a good choice.
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