No. 13 Florida State will try to give themselves a chance to finish the season inside the poll top 10 when they face Oklahoma in the Cheez-It Bowl on December 29 at 5:30 PM ET . The Seminoles won their final five games of the regular season, including a 45–38 victory over Florida in a shootout. In Caesars Sportsbook’s latest 2022-23 College Football Bowl odds, he’s a 7.5-point favorite against Oklahoma. The Sooners have lost three of his last four games, but should he weaken them in his bets on the 2022-23 College Football Bowl?
Elsewhere in the 2022-23 College Football Bowl schedule, No. 6 Tennessee will face No. 7 Clemson in the Orange Bowl. The Tigers are the 6.5-point favorites in the college football bowl spread. Before choosing a college football bowl for these or any other game, be sure to check the latest college football predictions from SportsLine’s advanced computer models.
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Now, we’re turning our attention to the latest bowl season college football odds by Caesars, locking in FBS’s picks for each game. To view all picks, visit here.
Top college football predictions for bowl season.
One of the models’ favorite College Football Bowl picks: No. 12 Washington (+4) vs. No. 20 Texas will cover the 2022 Alamo Bowl on Dec. 29 at 9pm ET . The Huskies entered the 2022-23 bowl season as one of the hottest teams in college football, and he won six straight games for the Pac-12. They won three of those games in double figures, causing an upset at the time. 6 Against Oregon, they were confident going into this matchup.
Quarterback Michael Pennix Jr. was one of the nation’s leaders this season with 4,354 passing yards and 29 touchdowns. Meanwhile, running back Wayne Taulapapa recorded rushing for 779 yards and his 10 touchdowns. Texas has held under 30 points three times this season and only cracked the 40-point mark four times, so the Longhorns will struggle to keep up with the domineering Huskies.In SportsLine’s model, Washington has covered the spread more than 60% of the time and is outright winning in nearly 60% of his simulations.
Another of the bowl season’s college football picks from Models: No. 8 USC will compete in the 2022 Cotton Bowl Classic vs. No. 8 on January 2 at 1:00 PM ET at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Cover as a 2.5 point favourite, with 14 Tulane. Game-wise, it’s hard for a quarterback to place a bet against a team that just won Heisman his trophy, as Caleb Williams did this season at USC. Tulane has had a strong pass on his defense all season, but the Green Wave has him only 24 sacks.
Tulane is also less formidable on the run, allowing just 3.89 yards per carry, but opponents put up 153.85 rushing yards per game. After running for 274 yards in the previous two games of the Pac-12 Championship, Williams sat out with a hamstring injury. With USC controlling the game and covering spreads well over his 50% in the simulation, it should help Jones become more productive after some time off. Check here for other teams who like the model.
How to make college football picks for bowl season
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So, what are the college football picks you can confidently make? And which underdog will outright win? Check out the latest college football odds below, then visit SportsLine to see the last six seasons. See which team wins and covers the spread from a proven computer model that has made over $2,500 in profits over time.
Bowl Season College Football Odds (via Caesars)
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December 20 (Tue)
2022 Idaho Potato Bowl: East Michigan v. San Jose (-4.5, 53.5)
2022 Boca Raton Bowl: Liberty vs. Toledo (-3.5, 53)
Wednesday, December 21st
2022 New Orleans Bowl: West Kentucky vs. South Alabama (-4.5, 56)
Thursday, December 22nd
2022 Armed Forces Bowl: Air Force vs. Baylor (-4, 46.5)
Friday, December 23rd
2022 Independence Bowl: Louisiana v Houston (-7, 57.5)
2022 Gasparilla Bowl: Missouri vs. Wake Forest (-1, 60)
Saturday, December 24th
2022 Hawaii Bowl: MTSU vs. San Diego State (-7, 49)
Monday, December 26th
2022 Quick Lane Bowl: New Mexico vs. Bowling Green (-2, 49.5)
December 27 (Tue)
2022 Camellia Bowl: Buffalo vs. Georgia Southern (-3.5, 67.5)
2022 First Responder Bowl: Utah vs. Memphis (-7, 62.5)
2022 Birmingham Bowl: Coastal Carolina vs. East Carolina (-9.5, 59.5)
2022 Guaranteed Rate Bowl: Oklahoma v Wisconsin (-3, 43.5)
Wednesday, December 28th
2022 Military Bowl: Duke vs. UCF (PK, 62)
2022 Liberty Bowl: Kansas vs. Arkansas (-4.5, 68)
2022 Holiday Bowl: North Carolina vs. No. 15 Oregon (-10.5, 72)
2022 Texas Bowl: Texas Tech vs. Ole Miss (-4, 69.5)
Thursday, December 29th
2022 Pinstripe Bowl: Syracuse vs. Minnesota (-7.5, 42)
2022 Cheez-It Bowl: Oklahoma vs. No. 13 Florida State (-7.5, 65)
2022 Alamo Bowl: No. 12 Washington vs. No. 20 Texas (-4, 68)
Friday, December 30th
2022 Duke’s Mayo Bowl: No. 23 NC Condition. Maryland (-1, 48)
2022 Sun Bowl: Pittsburgh vs. No. 18 UCLA (-6, 58)
2022 Gator Bowl: No. 19 South Carolina vs. No. 21 Notre Dame (-3.5, 52)
2022 Arizona Bowl: Wyoming vs. Ohio (-1, 43)
2022 Orange Bowl: No. 6 Tennessee vs. No. 7 Clemson (-7, 64)
Saturday, December 31st
2022 Sugar Bowl: No. 9 Kansas vs. No. 5 Alabama (-4, 54.5)
2022 Music City Bowl: Iowa vs. Kentucky (-2.5, 31.5)
2022 Fiesta Bowl: No. 3 TCU vs. No. 2 Michigan (-7.5, 59)
2022 Peach Bowl: No. 4 Ohio vs. No. 1 Georgia (-6.5, 61.5)
Monday 2nd January
2023 ReliaQuest Bowl: Illinois vs No. 22 Mississippi (-1, 46.5)
2023 Cotton Bowl: No. 16 Tulane vs. No. 10 USC (-2.5, 62)
2023 Citrus Bowl: Purdue vs. No. 17 LSU (-8, 58)
2023 Rose Bowl: No. 11 Penn State vs. No. 8 Utah (-2.5, 52)