Citrus Bowl Odds
The Citrus Bowl is another top college football bowl game with outstanding recognition as another competitive football event. The game is held at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida and the first edition of the Citrus Bowl goes back to 1947.
Betting odds for the Citrus Bowl are not yet available, since the teams have not been announced.
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The Wildcats were up as favorites. Given that Kentucky finished with a 20-17 victory over the Hawkeyes, any $120 bet on the Wildcats at a -120 moneyline allowed bettors to record a $100 profit. A bet on the Hawkeyes would have allowed bettors to make a $150 profit for every $100 bet on a +150 moneyline.
Given the final score, those bettors who favored the under 42.5 and the -8.5 might have also added to their profits. Markets such as the Citrus Bowl spread really stand out as options.
Citrus Bowl Odds Betting Trends & Tips
The Citrus Bowl is another NCAA bowl that has raised the bar for all college events. The Citrus Bowl has developed into the ideal scenario for bettors and fans of college football to maximize every wager they place on the game. Expert bettors focus on finding the best odds, money lines, and statistics to reduce risk and maximize returns.
Here are some top Citrus Bowl trends since the game was first played in 1947:
- Southeastern Conference schools lead the count with the most appearances at the Citrus Bowl, with 38 appearances.
- SEC schools also recorded the most victories during the Citrus Bowl, with 23.
- The Georgia Bulldogs, Michigan Wolverines, Florida Gators, Penn State Nittany Lions, and Auburn Tigers have all appeared in the Citrus Bowl six times.
- The Georgia Bulldogs, Michigan Wolverines, and Tennessee Volunteers are now leading with the most wins at four each.
Betting History Of The Citrus Bowl
The Citrus Bowl dates back to 1947. The event was characterized by standing as a non-CFP bowl event. This implied that, in those decades, the proceeds generated during the game back were all transferred to donations. Before changing its name to the Florida Citrus Bowl in 1983, the major football event was initially played as the Tangerine Bowl in 1947. Next, it would be known as the Capital One Bowl and have multiple sponsors throughout the following years.
The event’s first edition featured the Catawba Indians taking on the Maryville Scots. That year, it was the Indians who took a 31-6 win. However, the first 40-point mark would be recorded by the Houston Cougars when they took a 49-21 win over the then Miami Redskins.
Southeastern Conference institutions schools are now leading with the most appearances at 38 and the most wins at 23. The Georgia Bulldogs, Michigan Wolverines, Florida Gators, Penn State Nittany Lions, and Auburn Tigers all lead in appearances with six each.
Citrus Bowl Scores (Playoffs)
The Citrus Bowl has become the perfect scenario for top scores and games. Scores have ranged in the last decades from teams finishing without a point, such as Tennessee Tech in 1953, to Toledo nailing an all-time high score of 56 points.
Results have become one of the most exciting stats at the Citrus Bowl. With such an ample range of scores, the Citrus Bowl might just become one of the ideal events for bettors to keep a close watch.
|Season||Winning team||Losing team||Score|
|4||Georgia||1992, 2003, 2008, 2012|
|4||Michigan||1998, 2000, 2007, 2015|
|4||Tennessee||1983, 1995, 1996, 2001|
|3||Auburn||1982, 1986, 2002|
|3||East Texas State||1952, 1957, 1958|
|3||Miami, Ohio||1973, 1974, 1975|
|3||Toledo||1969, 1970, 1971|
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