The NCAA has four college football levels, including the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Division II, Division III, and the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). However, most consider FBS the best for college football because it features Division I teams.
The FBS includes 124 Division I teams, split into 11 leagues. But, only 6 conferences are major leagues, namely the Big XII, the Southeastern Conference, the Pac-12, the Big 10, the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the Big East, offering exciting college football odds.
Before the season begins, journalists, coaches, and software rank teams based on previous performance, key players, new players, and so on.
Unlike other sports tournaments, one team plays another based on organizational factors and geography.
The teams play in a four-team knockout bracket and must accumulate points throughout the season to win.
College football ranks are fluid because teams often beat estimated NCAAF odds to climb the ranks.
This flexibility allows bettors to bet on match outcomes and futures, like who will reach the final or be the champions.