Best College Football Betting Sites in NC

There’s a ton of top-level college football action to bet on every season, and the best college football betting sites give you multiple betting options for every game.

That means odds on almost every regular season matchup, conference championship game, every season-ending bowl game and, of course, the College Football Playoff.

NCAA football betting sites have it all: standard game lines, alternate lines, player and team props, futures and parlays.

With the passage of House Bill 347, North Carolina’s new sports betting law, North Carolinians will be able to bet on their favorite college football teams through the best mobile sports betting apps in the country. The action isn’t legal yet and likely won’t be for any college football games this season. North Carolina has set a launch window from Jan. 8, 2024, to June, 14 2024. So, at the absolute earliest, the 2023 College Football National Championship could be on the table.

Here’s how you can get in on all this college football betting action online, including a comparison of the best college football betting sites and apps.

Best NCAAF betting sites in North Carolina

DraftKings Sportsbook

Bet on NCAAF at DraftKings Sportsbook NC

DraftKings Sportsbook in NC posts extremely competitive college football game lines. Plus, its National Championship futures odds must be looked at before you place a bet anywhere.

The list of college football betting markets at DraftKings includes game spreads, moneylines and totals, plus the following list of unique options for betting on college football:

  • Quick SGPs
  • Live Team, Player and Game Props
  • Team and Championship Futures
  • Live Micro-Betting

FanDuel SportsbookBet on NCAAF at FanDuel Sportsbook NC

FanDuel Sportsbook NC is a top online sportsbook for any sport, including college football. It goes above and beyond standard college football game lines and futures with NCAA football betting that includes:

  • Parlays
  • National Championship Futures
  • Props
  • Half and Quarter Betting

BetMGM SportsbookBet on NCAAF at BetMGM Sportsbook NC

BetMGM NC Sportsbook is brought to you by a giant in gaming and offers all the college football game lines and futures odds you’d expect. Outside of the standard college football game lines, the lines and odds at BetMGM include:

  • Scoring and Game Props
  • One Game Parlays
  • Winning Margin Bets
  • Team Point Totals

Caesars SportsbookBet on NCAAF at Caesars Sportsbook NC

Take a good look at Caesars NC Sportsbook’s college football lines, and you may find point spreads that are anywhere from 0.5 to 2.5 points better than the competition’s offerings, plus more favorable moneyline odds.

Alternatives to the standard game lines and futures at Caesars include:

  • Same Game Parlays
  • Odds Boosts
  • Alternate Lines
  • Winning Margin Bets
  • Double Result Bets

How to use a college football betting app

Using a college football betting app to bet on NCAA football starts with downloading and installing one of these apps on your phone or tablet.

Follow the instructions below, and you’ll get 24-7 access to all the best college football bets, game lines, and futures posted at any online sportsbook.

iOS (Apple)Android
  • Head to any legal online sportsbook through the links here

  • Click the iOS download link

  • Click the ‘Get’ tab on the sportsbook page
  • Head to any legal sportsbook through the links found here

  • Click the Android download link

  • Click ‘Install’
  • Once installation is complete, open an account, make a deposit, and fill out a betslip. Here’s how:

    • Open the app and tap the tab that says RegisterSign Up, or Sign Me Up.
    • Fill out the forms that pop up with your name, email, last four digits of your Social Security number, and anything else the app asks for.
    • If you see one listed here, enter the NC sportsbook bonus code or promo code in the bonus/promo code field provided.
    • Accept the terms and conditions and confirm your desire to register.
    • Make a deposit using any available deposit method on the app, from debit and credit cards to PayPal and online banking.
    • Browse the college football odds and click on the odds you want to bet.
    • Fill out the bet slip that’s instantly created.
    • Add other bets, keep each bet separate, or combine them into a parlay.
    • Make one final click to place all the bets on your bet slip.

    Best college football odds boosts and promos

    The best college football sites and apps run odds boosts and promos surrounding college football. The best odds boosts and promos for the season are usually reserved for kick-off games or the College Football Playoff National Championship.

    That said, here are the top four online college football betting promos we’ve seen:

    • Bet $5, Win $200 on any NCAA football game at DraftKings Sportsbook. Plus, you get paid in bonus bets whether your bet wins or loses.
    • $5 No Sweat Bets at FanDuel Sportsbook: you get a refund in bonus bets on losing college football bets with -200 odds or bigger.
    • Free $25 National Championship bets at BetMGM Sportsbook: get the bonus bet if you bet $50 or more on each CFP Semifinal.
    • Underdogs Cover Parlay Boosts at Caesars Sportsbook: get bigger than normal odds betting certain underdog spread parlays.

    Can I bet on college football during games?

    In many states, you can bet on college football games in the middle of the action. North Carolina’s new sports betting law allows for in-game betting on college sports.

    The odds will change with the action on the field for the same bet types you might have bet on before the game. You’ll also find exclusive live props that include bets on everything from the current drive results to the results of the very next play.

    Live college football betting will make your phone a fantastic game-watching companion for everything from regular season action to the CFP National Championship game. On bigger games, by the way, even more live betting markets should be available.

    How to bet college football spreads, moneylines and over/unders

    Most college football game line betting involves the spread, moneyline or total. Let’s break down those bet types.

    Spread betting gives the favorite a handicap and that serves to even out the odds between teams. If Wake Forest, for example, is favored by 9.5 points over North Carolina University, the Demon Deacons need to win by 10 or more to cover a spread bet.

    Then, moneylines are where you find the big odds differentials. You lock in the currently posted odds on your pick to win a game straight up.

    Finally, totals are another bet type with nearly even odds. You’re betting on the total combined score landing over or under a specific line set by the sportsbook.

    With all three, you simply make your pick based on the current line and odds, choose a bet size, and fire away. Even if the lines or odds change ahead of the game, you’ll have locked them in as posted when you placed your bet.

    How to bet on college football props and futures

    College football team and player props are not available in every state. Most props surround stats, allowing you to bet on teams and players achieving (or not achieving) certain stat lines in a game.

    College football futures are where you mostly bet on teams winning season-ending games. That might mean a conference title (like the ACC), a bowl game, or the National Championship.

    You can even place a futures bet on your favorite team to make the College Football Playoff. There are also player futures that let you bet on things like a player winning the Heisman Trophy.

    Futures odds are available all year long and are usually more appealing the earlier you bet.

    These bets work the same as most others. You make your pick based on the current line and odds, choose a bet size, and fire away. Even if the lines or odds change throughout the year, you’ll have locked them in as posted when you placed your bet.

    Betting on bowl games and the College Football Playoff

    College Football Playoff and National Championship futures are easily the most popular futures bets. However, you can also bet on bowl games that are not part of the CFP.

    Make your picks to win the National Championship, be a part of the CFP, or win a certain bowl game in markets that are open throughout the year. The CFP and CFP National Championship odds are long on just about every team except Alabama up until the season starts.

    Once the clear favorites show themselves midway through the season, the odds will tighten. Therefore, betting early in these markets gives you the opportunity to win big.

    After the regular season ends and bowl game matchups are set, you’ll find odds for all the famous and obscure bowls. You can bet on Charlotte’s own Duke’s Mayo Bowl or a heavy hitter like the Orange Bowl.

    NCAA football game lines FAQs

    Does college football have alternate lines?

    You can bet on alternate college football lines for bets like the spread or total. This allows you to manipulate the line or odds to improve your chances of winning or your payday if you do win.

    Of course, you do this at your own risk. Oddsmakers are quite accurate, and betting alternate lines essentially means you’re betting against them.

    Why are the spreads missing sometimes in college football?

    You might find spreads set as high as 40 points or more in college football games. Sometimes, favorites are so overwhelming that sportsbooks won’t even allow spread bets on these games.

    There’s just no way to even out the odds enough to draw an equal amount of betting to each side. If that’s the case, the sportsbook will just pull the spread bet off the board.

    Who is the public betting on in college football?

    Shop around from sportsbook to sportsbook and you might find a line that looks different at one shop. This is probably because big money was coming in on one side and that sportsbook is trying to even out the betting by moving the line. That big money might mean the majority of the betting public is backing one team.

    That situation allows you to bet on what those often-very-accurate oddsmakers originally thought about the game at a better price or improved odds. This is called “betting against the public” because you are essentially betting against what forced the sportsbook to move the line.

    It’s an easy way to find an edge. Watch the lines to see if they move and pounce when the opportunity presents itself.

    Bet on NCAAF teams in North Carolina

    North Carolina boasts several NCAA football programs that you should be able to place bets on at NC online sportsbooks post-regulation, including the following:

    About the Author

    Sam Eggleston

    Sam Eggleston is a sports journalist and editor who resides in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. He has worked for a variety of news organizations, including digital media companies SB Nation and Issue Media Group and print newspapers for Gannett, Morris and Ogden.