Football Betting Rules
For wagering purposes, a football game (pro or college) becomes official after fifty-five (55) minutes of play.
Games lasting under 55 minutes constitute "No Action" or "Push/Cancel" and all money is refunded.
Wagering on the game period spread, money line, or total (over/under) include any overtime scoring.
Half-time (2nd Half) wagering includes any overtime scores. Fourth Quarter wagering does NOT include overtime scores.
Bets on 1st, 2nd half and all quarters will be considered action upon completion of the period in question.
NFL rules and regulations will apply to CFL unless otherwise stated.
All games must be played on scheduled date and site.
Las Vegas Rules apply for any rules not mentioned here.
NFL Betting Props
- NFL-SCORE FIRST in the game: All wagers will be considered official after first score. If one team scores and the game gets cancelled or postponed afterwards, all wagers will have action regardless of how many minutes have been played.
- NFL-SCORE LAST in the game: Must be an official game (55 minutes of play). If the game goes into overtime, the team that scores last will be the winner.
- NFL-SCORE IN THE FIRST 7 ½ MINUTES: 7½ minutes must be played. If the game is cancelled or postponed after 7½ minutes of play all bets have action.
- NFL-TOTAL 1st HALF POINTS vs. TOTAL 2nd HALF POINTS: Must be an official game (55 minutes of play) and the 2nd half includes overtime.
- NFL-FIRST SCORING PLAY (touchdown or FG/safety): All wagers will be considered official after first score. If one team scores and the game gets cancelled or postponed afterwards, all wagers will have action regardless of how many minutes have been played.
- 3 UNANSWERED SCORES: All wagers will be considered official after game is final. Extra points or 2 point conversions do NOT count.
- PLAYER PROPS: All players must take the field and play for action. Results are based on the official stats from the game. A kicker who does not participate, due to shutout, but is suited up and available is considered to have played.
NCAA Football Conference Championship Futures Rules
- If the conference has an official championship game, the winner of the championship game is deemed to have won that conference.
- If the conference has co-champions, the first team picked by the BCS is graded as a winner, and all other teams are losers.
- If a conference has co-champions, and no team is picked by the BCS, ALL team bets will be graded as "No action" and refunded.