- Matchup: SEC vs. ACC/ND
- Date: Saturday, Dec 31st, 2022
- Time: 3:30 p.m.
- Stadium: TIAA Bank Field (Jacksonville, Fla)
2022 Gator Bowl Odds
Every year, the Gator Bowl Sports is hosted as an official NCAA championship game in Jacksonville, Florida. The game was initially played at Gator Bowl Stadium back in 1993, and it has been officially played since 1946.
That officially makes the Gator Bowl the sixth oldest college bowl. As an interesting fact, the Gator Bowl became the first event of its kind to air to all the country. This year’s edition of the Gator Bowl is set to be played on December 30 at 3:30 PM ET.
Last Year's Odds
During the 2021 edition of the Gator Bowl, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons appeared as the favorite team to take the event by finishing the season with an 11-3 season record.
The Demon Deacons were up with a moneyline set at -150, which implied that a $150 bet on the Wake Forest would allow bettors to record a $100 profit. Those who bet on the underdogs, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, at a +240 moneyline missed the chance to make a $240 profit for every $100 wager.
Gator Bowl Scores (Playoffs)
Given its ample history, many games and scores have been recorded at the Gator Bowl since 1946. On more than five different occasions, teams such as the Clemson Tigers, the Texas A&M Aggies, and the Air Force Falcons have all fallen short of scoring even a single point.
On the other hand, the highest score was recorded by two different teams: the Mississippi State Bulldogs in 2011 and the Aggies in 2018. Both teams finished with a total of 52 points during those editions of the event.
|Season||Winning team||Losing team||Score|
|2021||Kentucky||North Carolina State||23-21|
|2018||Texas A&M||North Carolina State||52-13|
|2010||Florida State||West Virginia||33-21|
|2007||West Virginia||Georgia Tech||38-35|
|2005||Florida State||West Virginia||30-18|
|2003||North Carolina State||Notre Dame||28-6|
|2002||Florida State||Virginia Tech||30-17|
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Betting History Of The Gator Bowl
The Gator Bowl is now the sixth oldest NCAA bowl event and the first one to be aired on National TV. The history of the event goes back to 1946, when the Wake Forest Demon Deacons managed to pull off a 26-14 win over the South Carolina Gamecocks.
Since then, the Florida Gators have become the most successful team in the history of the event by featuring in over nine editions of the Gator Bowl and pulling in an outstanding seven wins.
SEC schools have continued to dominate the Gator Bowl with over 43 appearances and 28 wins. The event is one of American history’s most famous and recognized bowl events.
|7||Florida||1952, 1960, 1962, 1969, 1983, 1992, 2012|
|6||Florida State||1964, 1982, 1985, 2001, 2004, 2009|
|5||North Carolina||1963, 1979, 1981, 1996, 1997|
|4||Auburn||1954, 1970, 1972, 1974|
|4||Clemson||1948, 1978, 1986, 1989|
|4||Georgia Tech||1956, 1965, 1998, 2016|
|4||Tennessee||1957, 1966, 1994, 2014|
|3||Georgia||1971, 1988, 2015|
|3||Maryland||1949, 1975, 2003|
|3||Texas Tech||1953, 1973, 2007|
Gator Bowl Odds Trends & Tips
As in the case of most college bowl events, the Gator Bowl has set the bar high since 1946 as one of the biggest events in NCAA Bowl history. This implies that all stats and numbers of bettors can get their hands on will help make the most of every dollar placed on the line. (Don’t forget to check out markets such as the Gator Bowl spread to boost your luck.)
Here are some betting trends Gator Bowl fans can also stay tuned to:
- Southeastern Conference schools dominate with the most appearances in the history of the Gator Bowl, with a total of 43.
- SEC Schools also lead college football standings as the most victorious over the history of the Gator Bowl with a total of 18.
- The Florida Gators currently stand as the team with the most wins recorded at the Gator Bowl, with a total of seven.
- Both the Florida Gators and the Clemson Tigers lead as the teams with the most appearances in the history of the Gator Bowl. Both teams are now leading the count with nine each.
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