Overtime is defined as a "time extension to a tied contest." After the end of regulation play, overtime lasts until a winner is determined or until maximum overtime periods expire.
In college football, overtimes commence with a First and Ten Play at the opponent's 25-Yard line. The offensive Team keeps possession until they score, commit a Turnover, or fail to convert on Fourth Down. The overtime continues until the score is no longer tied, and each team has had an equal number of possessions.
All wagers on sides and totals will include all Overtime scoring. All wagers on the game and all wagers on the second half will include overtime scoring.
Wagers on the first half and wagers on the fourth quarter are not affected by overtime