Arizona Wildcats Football Odds

The University of Arizona football program draws plenty of attention from the state’s college football fans, and interest in the team should increase heavily this upcoming season now that fans can legally bet on or against the team right here in Arizona.

Below find the latest Arizona football betting lines as posted at legal AZ online sportsbooks.

Arizona Wildcats football odds: Spread, championship, Heisman

Below find the latest betting lines for the next Arizona football game plus Arizona’s current National Championship and Pac 12 odds. You’ll also see current odds for the top Heisman Trophy contenders. Click on any odds below to get started.

Latest U of A football spread

Wildcats National Title odds

Heisman Trophy odds

University of Arizona futures odds

With a low season win total set at online sportsbooks, Arizona isn’t projected to be a national title contender. Still, you can place a futures bet on whether you believe the program will finish the year above its projected win total, win the Pac 12 or even with the National Championship. Check any legal sportsbook to see the latest odds or check our feed above.

How To Bet On The Arizona Wildcats

When you click on the College Football or NCAAF link at online sportsbooks, you’ll see a listing for all of the upcoming games. The odds for a Wildcats contest might look like this on the Unibet Arizona app:

  • Arizona Wildcats  +2.5 (-110)  +155  Over 52.5 (-110)
  • BYU Cougars         -2.5 (-110)  -175  Under 52.5 (-110)

From left to right next to the two team names are the odds for the three main pregame bets: spread, moneyline, and totals. All three bet types bring in plenty of action for college football games, but they’re not the only ways to get in on the action. Let’s take a look at all of the top ways to bet on the Wildcats and NCAAF in general.

Moneyline Betting

A moneyline bet is about as simple as it gets in sports betting. It refers to which team wins the game, though the payout is greater if you correctly predict the underdog to win than it would be if you correctly predicted the favorite to come away with a victory.

The moneyline bet is really simple and straightforward: if you make the right call on the winner, you win. Odds are negative for favorites and positive for underdogs with the range between the numbers telling you how close of a game is expected.

  • Arizona Wildcats +155
  • BYU Cougars -175

The odds also tell you how much you can expect back on winners. For negative odds, that’s how much you have to bet to get back $100, such as $175 at -175. When the odds are positive, that’s what you’d get back on a $100 winner – $155 at odds of +155.

Spread Betting

The spread is a number that’s set by oddsmakers on each college football game. It essentially levels the playing field between two sides while making each contest interesting from a betting perspective. This is how a spread bet listing may be presented on the BetRivers Arizona mobile app:

  • Arizona Wildcats +2.5 (-110)
  • BYU Cougars         -2.5 (-110)

You can choose the favorite minus the points or the underdog plus the spread. In order to win, the side you pick has to cover. For our example, BYU covers by winning by three points or more, while Arizona covers with a 2-point or under loss or an outright victory.

Totals Betting

The point total, which can also be referred to as the over/under, does not take into account the winner or the margin of victory. All that matters is the number of points scored in the game by the two teams combined.

Oddsmakers will set the estimate, and bettors then get to choose Over or Under that amount. Totals bets are also often referred to as Over/Unders as a result.

  •  Over 52.5 (-110)
  • Under 52.5 (-110)

For our example, Over bettors want to see 53 points or more scored, while Under bettors will be happy with 52 points or less. College football totals can fall into distinct ranges: Low 40s and under for low-scoring games, 55+ for potential shootouts, and all others in the middle.

Wildcats Prop Betting

Prop bets are additional wagering options on the individual games. You can find what’s available by clicking through on game listings. Props can revolve around the game as a whole or on the individual players and teams.

Some of the legal states have put specific restrictions in place on prop betting for college sports. We’ll have to wait for the final rules to see what’s what in Arizona. If all systems are a go with this style of wagering, you might see examples like:

  • Who will have more passing yards in the game – Arizona or Arizona State?
  • Will there be a defensive or special teams TD scored in the game – Yes/No?

Live betting on the Wildcats

This is real-time wagering based on what’s happening on the field of play. Live betting has been growing by leaps and bounds in recent years. You’ll find it available at all of the top sportsbooks as a result.

Live betting is another area to watch and see if there are any prohibitions in place in Arizona for college sports. Mobile betting apps are the best way to experience all that live betting has to offer. You might see things like the following available.

  • Updated moneyline, spread, and totals odds
  • Bet on smaller segments of the game like quarters and halves

Wildcats drafted in the NFL

Here are five recent former Arizona players selected in the NFL Draft.

PlayerPositionRound DraftedNFL Team
Dane CruikshankCornerback5Tennessee Titans
Will ParksSafety6Denver Broncos
Scooby Wright IIIInside Linebacker7Cleveland Browns
Marquis FlowersOutside Linebacker6Cincinnati Bengals
Ka’Deem CareyRunning Back4Chicago Bears

Arizona coaching staff

Arizona will see plenty of new coaches on the staff this year, including Jedd Fisch at the helm. He was previously the New England Patriots quarterbacks coach for one season in 2020. Fisch has never been a full-time head coach before, and his most recent stop in college was in 2017 where he was the UCLA offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach and interim head coach. He brought in Don Brown as Arizona’s defensive coordinator and Brennan Carroll as the offensive coordinator.

Where do the Arizona Wildcats play home games?

  • Name: Arizona Stadium
  • Address: 1 N. National Champion Dr. Tucson, Arizona
  • Location: Tucson, Arizona
  • Owner: University of Arizona
  • Operator: University of Arizona
  • Capacity: 57,400
  • Groundbreaking: March 1929
  • Opening date: October 1929
  • Other events hosted: Arizona Bowl, concerts and more

How can I watch Wildcat football in Arizona?

The television schedule for Arizona football has only been released for a few of the Wildcats’ games, and they include the PAC-12 Network, ESPN and ESPN2.

ESPN and ESPN2 can be found with just about any cable or satellite package or any of the major streaming services like Hulu, YouTube TV, Sling, fuboTV and others. The PAC-12 Network can be more difficult to find, but it is available on Sling and fuboTV as well as Comcast Xfinity, Charter Spectrum, Cox and Dish Network.

To catch Arizona Wildcats football games on the radio, you can hear play-by-play voice Brian Jeffries and color commentator Lamont Lovett call games on a variety of stations across the state.

Top sportsbooks or bars near University of Arizona campus

Plenty of legal sportsbooks are likely to be available in the state of Arizona including Caesars AZ, FanDuel AZ, BetMGM AZ and others. Be sure to look around for the best option to suit your sports betting needs through its app. Students keep in mind though that you just be at least 21 years old to bet on Arizona apps.

Some of the most popular bars to watch the game in Tucson include:

  • Home Plate
  • Growler’s Taphouse
  • Fini’s Landing
  • Mulligan’s Food Sports Drink and
  • Hops Sports Grill

University of Arizona football all-time leaders

  • Most passing yards: Nick Foles (10,011)
  • Most passing touchdowns: Nick Foles/Willie Tuitama (67)
  • Most rushing yards: Ka’Deem Carey (4,239)
  • Most rushing touchdowns: Ka’Deem Carey (48)
  • Most receiving yards: Bobby Wade (3,351)
  • Most receiving touchdowns: Juron Criner (32)

How to sign up at an online sportsbook in Arizona

After doing your research on what sportsbook or sportsbooks are right for you, sign up for an account through the app. To register, you must be at least 21 years of age. Some common registration questions will be your name, date of birth, email address, mailing address, and the last four digits of your Social Security number.

Be sure to download the app and claim the free bets and welcome bonuses you might see offered on the app or elsewhere. Sportsbooks will give away items like these to lure in more new users, so take advantage. Users may deposit money into their account through a variety of payment methods. After all of this is taken care of, you are ready to start betting on sports.

University of Arizona Football FAQ

The answer to this question will vary depending on the game, but the average ticket price for a single game was $31 in 2019, according to SeatGeek.

Arizona claimed a share of the Pac-12 title just once in the 1993 season when the Wildcats, USC and UCLA all finished 6-2 in conference play. The Wildcats have yet to win a national title.

The Arizona Wildcats have nine jersey recognitions in the football program.

The University of Arizona mascots are Wilbur and Wilma Wildcat, and the fight song is called “Fight! Wildcats! Fight!

The Arizona Wildcats compete in the Pac-12 Conference along with 11 other programs.