College Football Futures & Props

The NFL may have marquee players earning millions of dollars that the average fan can only dream of, but college football will always hold a particular place in the American public’s hearts. The next NCAA Division I FBS Football season in 2021 is set to begin on August 28, 2021, and conclude on December 11, 2021.

The postseason College Football Playoffs (CFP) National Championship will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on December 18, 2021, and will conclude on January 10, 2022.

View: Live NCAA Odds, Game Lines & Spreads 

Here are the NCAA Futures odds for the overall Championship winner plus the various Divisional betting odds.


NCAAF Championship Winner - Vegas Odds

2021-2022 NCAA Championship Winner: Winner
2021-2022 NCAA Championship Winner: Winner
12/03/21 @ 20:00
Team Win
Alabama +175
Georgia +325
Clemson +800
Ohio State +900
Oklahoma +700
Texas A&M +3000
Florida +3300
Oregon +2000
Iowa State +8000
LSU +8000
Notre Dame +6600
Texas +8000
Cincinnati +10000
Penn State +5000
USC +8000
North Carolina +10000
Miami +10000
Wisconsin +10000
Michigan +10000
UCLA (#13) +7700
Iowa +10000
Auburn (#22) +10000
Washington +15000
Arizona State (#19) +15000
Mississippi +15000
Indiana +20000
Utah +20000
Oklahoma State +20000
Kentucky +25000
Tennessee +25000
Virginia Tech (#15) +20000
West Virginia +30000
Northwestern +30000
Minnesota +30000
Mississippi State +30000
Georgia Tech +30000
Kansas State +30000
North Carolina State +30000
Michigan State +40000
Florida State +25000
Arkansas +25000
TCU +50000
Louisville +50000
Boston College +50000
Stanford +50000
Texas Tech +50000
Illinois +50000
Rutgers +50000

NCAAF Division Winners - Vegas Odds

2021-2022 NCAAF Division Winner: ACC Coastal Division WInner
2021-2022 NCAAF Division Winner: ACC Coastal Division WInner
12/04/21 @ 12:00
Team Win
Miami Florida +150
Virginia Tech +275
North Carolina +250
Pittsburgh +700
Virginia +1200
Georgia Tech +3300
Duke +10000
2021-2022 NCAAF Division Winner: BIG Ten West Division Winner 21/22
2021-2022 NCAAF Division Winner: BIG Ten West Division Winner 21/22
12/04/21 @ 12:00
Team Win
Wisconsin +120
Iowa 0
Nebraska +4000
Purdue +2200
Northwestern +6000
Minnesota +800
Illinois +5000
2021-2022 NCAAF Division Winner: PAC-12 North Division 21/22
2021-2022 NCAAF Division Winner: PAC-12 North Division 21/22
12/04/21 @ 12:00
Team Win
Oregon -190
Washington +215
Stanford +1000
California +2200
Washington State +2500
Oregon State +3000
2021-2022 NCAAF Division Winner: PAC-12 South Division Winner 21/22
2021-2022 NCAAF Division Winner: PAC-12 South Division Winner 21/22
12/04/21 @ 12:00
Team Win
USC +350
Arizona State +275
Utah +300
UCLA +175
Colorado +1800
Arizona +8800

* NCAA odds correct at the time of article publication. All betting odds are subject to fluctuation.

CFB Betting Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Futures betting in NCAAF?

    Futures betting refers to wagers such as who will win the national championship or which team will win any given conference. These tend to be long-term bets that will see your stake tied up for some time and require patience from the bettor, but which can prove lucrative if you were to back something early at big odds.

  • When is the 2021 NCAAF season?

    The 2021 NCAA Division I FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) season takes place between August 28, 2021 and December 11, 2021. The postseason is scheduled to run from December 18, 2021 – January 10, 2022.

  • What’s the best betting advice for NCAAF?

    Sportsbooks are always looking to attract new customers and many use the incentive of sign-up bonuses as one way of doing this.

    These bonuses usually come in the form of free betting credits once you have made your first deposit and can be used to have a risk free bet on the NCAAF.

    Some sportsbooks will also offer enhanced odds on certain outcomes in NCAAF games, particularly during the Bowls season.

  • Which schools have won the most national championships (as claimed by schools)?

    • Princeton Tigers – 28
    • Yale Bulldogs – 27
    • Alabama Crimson Tide – 17
    • Michigan Wolverines – 11
    • Notre Dame Fighting Irish – 11
    • USC Trojans - 11