2022 Birmingham Bowl Odds
The Birmingham Bowl is played right in Birmingham, Alabama, as an official NCAA-sanctioned Division I FBS college football game. This year’s edition of the Birmingham Bowl will be played at Protective Stadium on December 27.
Betting odds for the Birmingham Bowl are now available, since the teams have already been announced. The bout between the East Carolina Pirates and the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers is sure to set off sparks! Check out the odds above to place your bet.
Last Year's Odds
During the 2021 edition of the Birmingham Bowl, the Houston Cougars faced the Auburn Tigers. The Tigers were up for recognition and the solid name that Auburn stands for in college football tradition. However, that would not be Auburn’s year. The Cougars defeated the Tigers in a game that finished 17-13. Bettors who took a shot at the Tigers as favorite, could have nailed a $100 profit for every 150 dollar wager on a -150 Moneyline for Auburn Tigers.
On the other hand, those who took a shot at the underdogs at +220 odds made a solid $220 profit for every $100 wagered. Bettors will have also nailed a solid profit if they bet on the under 41.5 and the -7.5 points.
Birmingham Bowl Scores (Playoffs)
The Birmingham Bowl has now entered the top tier of college football for fans to stay on the lookout. Since its first edition back in 2006, the Birmingham Bowl has seen some solid games and scores that have characterized the event.
From a record high of 46 points scored by the South Florida Bulls in the 2016 edition of the game, to the six points that the Pittsburgh Panthers and the Boston College Eagles nailed in the 2012 and 2020 editions -respectively- scores have fallen under a wide range that has kept the bowl solid and exciting, especially for markets like the Birmingham Bowl spread.
|Season||Winning team||Losing team||Score|
|2020||——||Cancelled due to COVID||——|
|2017||South Florida||Texas Tech||38-34|
|2016||South Florida||South Carolina||46-39 (OT)|
|2008||Rutgers||North Carolina State||29-23|
|2006||South Florida||East Carolina||24-7|
Betting History Of The Birmingham Bowl
The Birmingham Bowl has become yet another top college event to stay tuned to, during the NCAA College Postseason stage. The Birmingham Bowl goes back to 2006, when the Houston Cougars and the Auburn Tigers inaugurated the event. The following year would feature the Cincinnati Cougars taking a solid 31-21 victory over the Southern Miss Golden Eagles.
The first 30-point mark would be broken by the Ole Miss Rebels in the 2013 edition, when they faced the Pittsburgh Panthers. The 40-point mark wouldn’t be broken until the 2014 edition of the Birmingham Bowl, when the Vanderbilt Commodores faced the Houston Cougars and walked away with a solid 41-24 victory.
Cancelation Due to COVID-19
The January edition of the Birmingham Bowl was canceled due to Covid 19 in 2021. Yet the game was later moved to December. So far, the American Athletic Conference leads the count with the most appearances at 15 and the most wins at 9.
The South Florida Bulls also lead as the school with the most appearances at three and the most wins at three.
|3||South Florida||2006, 2016, 2017|
Birmingham Bowl Betting Trends & Tips
The Birmingham Bowl might just be another chance for bettors to make the most of every bet on college football. To make the most of your money, expert bettors recommend that users check and review all stats and data related to every team and player that features in the Birmingham Bowl.
Bettors are also advised to make sure they search for the top trends and odds, and check every aspect of their available betting market to make the most of every dollar and bet.
Here are some trends to highlight from the Birmingham Bowl:
- Schools from the American Athletic Conference have featured in fifteen different editions of the Birmingham Bowl. That places the American Conference as the number one conference in the college football standings.
- The American Conference also leads with the most wins recorded at the Birmingham Bowl. The count is now up to nine.
- The American Conference has also summed the most defeats with six.
- South Florida stands as the only school with a 3-0 record. Pittsburgh followed with three appearances at the Birmingham Bowl with a 2-1 record.