You can bet on the total number of points scored for a significant payout with monday night’s College Football Playoff National Championship. Let’s check out a few of the past weekend’s Wild Card game totals to see what the payouts would have been.
We will get right to the big one Sunday night, a high scoring affair between the Browns and Steelers.
The total amounted to 85.
For a college football game, that’s actually not seen as being out of reach. Monday night’s College Football Playoff National Championship pays $500 for every $100 bet to land within the 85 to 91 point range.
The Rams-Seahawks game resulted in 50 points scored. Tonight, the payout for that number would be $550.
Taking a look back at some big college football games played recently, the Orange Bowl match between Northwestern and Texas A&M resulted in 68 points being scored. The payout would have been $370 on a $100 bet.
Georgia and Cincinnati only scored 45 points in their Peach Bowl game with a payout of $850 for every $100 bet. Incidentally, Notre Dame and Alabama scored the same number of points in the Rose Bowl.
The total for this game was set at 75 with the range paying $350 on every $100 bet.
|Rot||Total Points Scored||Moneyline|
|2096||92 or More Points|