Cotton Bowl Odds
Since January 1, 1937, the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex has hosted one of the most recognized bowl events on the NCAA football schedule. The Goodyear Cotton Bowl is currently held at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, TX, and used to be played in Dallas.
The Cotton Bowl is unique in that it has hosted the National Championship Game on several occasions. The next edition of the Cotton Bowl is set to be played on January 2, 2023.
Betting odds for the Cotton Bowl are not yet available, since the teams have not been announced.
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The Alabama Crimson Tide was set to win the 2021 NCAA National Championship but could not make it to the championship game.
The Crimson Tide was still the favorite to take home the Cotton Bowl against the Cincinnati Bearcats. Bettors who placed a $240 bet on Alabama made a $100 profit on a -240 moneyline. On the other hand, those who bet on the Bearcats as underdogs missed their chance to earn a $250 profit for every $100 wager placed on them.
Those who bet on the under 41.5 and the +7.5 may have also increased their profits. The Cotton Bowl spread is one of the great market options for this type of games.
Cotton Bowl Betting Trends & Tips
Few games have raised the bar like the Cotton Bowl. It has become a historic NCAA game for fans to enjoy and one of the best events for all bettors to take a chance on. Making the most of all college football odds, stats, numbers and top moneylines in the market is also a priority for bettors looking to exploit it as part of their intention to bet on events such as the Cotton Bowl.
Some top Cotton Bowl trends are as follows:
- Southwest Conference Schools currently lead with the most appearances in the Cotton Bowl, totaling 57.
- SWC and SEC schools are tied at 24 as the conferences with the most wins recorded in the event’s history.
- The Texas Longhorns currently lead as the school with the most appearances in the history of the Cotton Bowl, with 22.
- The Longhorns also lead as the team with the most victories in the Cotton Bowl, with a total of 11.
Betting History of The Cotton Bowl
The Cotton Bowl goes back to 1937, when the TCU Horned Frogs took a 16-6 win over the Marquette Golden Avalanche in the event’s first edition. Since then, the event has become an all-time favorite for college football fans.
One of the most recent and spectacular wins was recorded by the Oklahoma Sooners in the 2020 edition of the event. The Sooners pulled a 55-20 win over the Florida Gators, and that score currently stands as the highest in the history of the Cotton Bowl.
SWC and SEC schools are tied in terms of victories recorded at the event, totaling 24 each. However, SWC Schools have been featured in more editions of the Cotton Bowl, with a total of 57.
So far, the Texas Longhorns lead as the team with the most victories recorded in the history of the Cotton Bowl, with 11.
Cotton Bowl Scores (Playoffs)
Since its first edition in 1937, the Cotton Bowl has hosted some of the greatest games in NCAA history. From teams finishing without a single point like Texas back in 1963 to Oklahoma and USC reaching the 55-point mark on two different occasions. The Cotton Bowl has hosted some of the most exciting college football games with varying scoring levels.
|Season||Winning team||Losing team||Score|
|11||Texas||1942, 1945, 1952, 1961, 1963, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1981, 1998, 2002|
|5||Texas A&M||1940, 1967, 1985, 1987, 2012|
|5||Notre Dame||1970, 1977, 1978, 1992, 1993|
|4||Alabama||1941, 1980, 2005, 2015|
|4||Arkansas||1964, 1975, 1999, 2012|
|4||Mississippi||1955, 2003, 2008, 2009|
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