With legal betting available in a number of states, the NCAA wants to ensure that college sports remain safe for student-athletes and preserve the integrity of competition. That’s why we advocate that state laws and regulations update to include protections for student-athletes from the negative impacts of sports betting, while also updating the way we approach these issues on campus.

If a game is deemed a push, all bets on the market will be refunded and the total will be set to zero. In this case, the Over/Under market will still be active for the next scheduled game in the same league. If a game is postponed or cancelled, bets will stand if the match is rescheduled for within 24 hours and is played in full at that time. However, bets on outright/tournament winner markets will be void if the match isn’t rescheduled.

Football: NFL odds are among the most popular at online bookies, and Super Bowl lines are big events each year. The NFL is also home to many player prop bets.

Boxing: Bets are settled based on the official result from the governing body for that particular fight. Any amendments or appeals after the decision won’t impact the outcome for bets placed on this market. Bets are settled for all markets where a tie wasn’t an option unless otherwise stated, including if the fight is stopped by injury or disqualification.

Legal sports betting rolled out in Colorado in 2019 with retail and mobile wagering at DraftKings, FanDuel, BetRivers and BetMGM. A new gambling compact with the state’s tribal casinos has allowed for additional sportsbooks to launch in 2022. In Iowa, sportsbooks are licensed by the state and operated by Caesars.