NCAA basketball is as popular now as it has ever been with the sport, generating lots of betting interest. NCAA sports betting works the same way as NBA betting, with the same betting options and similar betting odds. And BetOnline is the best place to bet on college hoops. We offer live sports betting, reduced juice options, and some of the best NCAA betting lines imaginable. We are rated as one of the best online betting sites for NCAA basketball bets and are one of the most well established sites for online sports betting.
You can wager various ways on NCAA basketball games. These include:
Point spread – This is also known as the line or spread and is one of the most common and exciting ways to bet on college basketball. A point spread is the number odds makers or sportsbook choose that will generate equal betting interest in both the favorite and underdog teams.
Money line – Money lines are starting to become as popular in basketball as it is in baseball and hockey. For a money line bet to be successful, the team does not have to win by a certain number of points; it just needs to win the game. Because there are no points spread here, you need to risk more to pick the favorite.
Total – Also known as over/under betting, a college basketball total is a number set by odds makers that approximates the number of points that will be scored in the game by both teams combined.
Futures – Odds makers offer future lines on almost every team during the season. It is a bet on the outcome of a future event.
BetOnline offers the latest odds and lines for NCAA betting, making sure your online sports betting experience is a good one.
Latest NCAA Basketball news stories
The John Wooden of women’s basketball was both outlandish and simple. Pat Summit simply wanted to be known as Pat. She believed that cut through the complications between head coach and players. It worked. +…
Michigan State regroups after one of biggest upsets in NCAA tournament history +…
The University of Kentucky isn’t being talked about as much as other teams heading into the NCAA tournament. But people should be.The Wildcats flew under the radar, which is a flight pattern they are not accustomed to. The Wildcats do not have five superstar freshmen awaiting the NBA. They are not very big. They are not really deep. And they’re led by a tiny point guard that stands just 5-foot-9. +…
The much anticipated March Madness started this weekend as smaller conferences begin the process of competing in post-season tournaments. For the small conferences, it is the most important time of the year because schools with losing records and a lot of luck can advance to the NCAA tournament with the opportunity to face off against national powers like Michigan State, Kentucky, and North Carolina. +…
There isn’t a huge Turkey Day tradition for college hoops but we have some nice games to pass the time between pigskin tilts on Thursday. Just don’t expect a lot of upsets. No coach worth his salt is going to schedule one of those when everyone might be looking. +…
The UNLV Rebels hit three three-point shots as they beat up on the New Mexico Highlands in a 107-45 win but the highlight of the game came from freshman forward Derrick Jones Jr. after he introduced himself to the college basketball world with this massive dunk. +…