2022 Gasparilla Bowl Odds
Every year, an official NCAA postseason college football bowl game known as the Gasparilla Bowl features another new and exciting bowl event for football fans and bettors. The Gasparilla Bowl is usually held at the Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.
This year’s edition of the event will be held at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on December 23 at 6:30 PM ET.
Betting odds for the Gasparilla Bowl are now available, since the teams have already been announced. The showdown between the Wake Forest Demon Deacons and the Missouri Tigers is set out to be breathtaking. Check out the odds above to place your bet.
Last Year's Odds
The Gators were leading with a -120 Moneyline, meaning that a $120 wager on the Gators would have earned bettors a $100 profit. Despite their 9-4 season record last year, the Knights were the underdogs and were set at +150 odds, meaning that a $100 wager on the Knights to win made some lucky bettors a $150 profit.
Those who favored the +7.5 points and the Over 42.5 will have also recorded some solid profits by the end of the 2021 edition of the Gasparilla Bowl.
Gasparilla Bowl Scores (Playoffs)
The Gasparilla Bowl is now a top Bowl event in Florida, and has become a game to look forward to, thanks to its level of excitement and overall gameplay level. Since its inauguration, games have had thrilling scores that have most often surpassed the 10- and 20-point mark. Last year’s edition of the Gasparilla Bowl featured UFC taking a solid 29-17 win over Florida, which would have been very interesting indeed for a Gasparilla Bowl spread.
|Season||Winning team||Losing team||Score|
|2020||——||Cancelled due to COVID|
|2016||Mississippi State||Miami (Ohio)||17-16|
|2014||North Carolina State||Central Florida||34-27|
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Betting History of The Gasparilla Bowl
The Gasparilla Bowl featured the South Florida Bulls and the Memphis Tigers in its first official edition back in 2008, when it was inaugurated. That year, the Bulls were able to pull off a solid 41-14 win over the Tigers to truly set the bar high regarding points scored during official bowl events.
In 2009, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights beat the UCF Knights with a 45-24 score. That point mark would only be surpassed during the 2019 edition, when UCF crushed the Marshall Thundering Herd with a 48-25 score.
UCF has become a constant main participant at the Gasparilla Bowl and is now leading in appearances with a 3-2 record. Regarding Conferences with teams representing them in the Gasparilla Bowl, the C-USA now leads the count with 10 games. Still, the AAC leads with the most wins, currently at six.
|3||Marshall||2011, 2015, 2018|
|1||North Carolina State||2014|
Gasparilla Bowl Betting Trends & Tips
Another bowl event means another opportunity to get the most out of every dollar staked on elite college football activities, such as the ones featured in the Gasparilla Bowl. Looking for and being able to track top odds, bets, and markets is the prime piece of advice from all expert bettors.
To be able to find top data and stats, as well as odds and market, it is advised that bettors look at all their resources at hand to build the best criteria and make the most of every bet. A successful bet only becomes top when risk is diminished. That is why making the most of all info and data available will allow bettors to make the most of the betting experience.
Looking for trends that can also help bettors make the most of every wager is key to success in predicting college bowl events such as the Gasparilla Bowl. Here are some top trends for the Gasparilla Bowl:
- Conference USA leads as the conference with the most appearances in the history of the Gasparilla Bowl. The number is currently set at 10 games.
- The American Athletic Conference leads the race with the most wins recorded at the Gasparilla Bowl. AAC teams have nailed a total of six wins.
- The UCF Knights and the Marshall Thundering Herd currently hold the record as the teams with the most wins at the Gasparilla Bowl, with three each.
- The FIU Panthers have become the most unsuccessful team in the history of the Gasparilla Bowl, with two appearances and two defeats.