- Matchup: ACC/ND vs American
- Date: Wednesday, Dec 28th, 2022
- Time: 2:00 p.m.
- Stadium: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial (Annapolis, Md.)
The Military Bowl game is yet another major NCAA college bowl event that started back in 2008, then as the Eaglebank Bowl. Rebranded to the Military Bowl two years later, it takes place in the Washington metropolitan area. It has become the home of an official Division I college football postseason bowl game, promoted and sponsored by the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
Before the event was transferred to the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland in 2013, the game, the event, and the celebration of the Military Bowl were held at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in Washington, D.C. This year’s edition of the Military Bowl will be held on December 28 at 2 PM ET.
Military Bowl Odds
In the 2019 edition of the Military Bowl, the North Carolina Tar Heels faced the Temple Owls. The Tar Heels were coming as favorites, leading odds, and betting markets.
If bettors took a chance at the Tar Heels at -150 odds, they nailed a $100 profit for every $150 wager. On the other hand, if bettors took a chance at the Owls, they most likely lost the chance of making a $220 profit on +220 odds for every $100 wager.
If bettors bet on the over at 42.5 and +8.5 points, the bettor would have also recorded a solid win.
Military Bowl Scores (Playoff)
Since the first edition of the Bowl in 2008, scores have proven that the Military Bowl remains one of the most competitive NCAA events on the calendar. The first edition of the rebranded Military Bowl featured the Wake Forest Demon Deacons against the Navy Midshipmen. Wake Forest took a solid 29-19 win over the Navy that year. Since then, and for the expectation of the 2012 edition, every single winning team has nailed at least 30 points or more.
|Season||Winning team||Losing team||Score|
|2021||Cancelled due to COVID|
|2020||Cancelled due to COVID|
|2012||San Jose State||Bowling Green||29-20|
Betting History Of The Military Bowl
Both the St. Petersburg Bowl and the Military Bowl were the bowl games authorized and introduced by the NCAA back in 2008. That college bowl season saw the inclusion of top events and the incorporation of the Military Bowl.
The event’s first edition saw Wake Forest take a solid 29-19 win over the Navy. In the 2010 edition, the Maryland Terrapins surpassed the 50-point mark with a 51-20 win over the East Carolina Pirates.
In the 2017 edition of the Military Bowl, the Navy featured with an even more solid performance and took a 49-7 win over the Virginia Cavaliers. Since the beginning of the event, the ACC has featured in over nine games and stands with a 5-4 record.
Currently, the ACC leads the count with the most appearances at nine and the most wins at five. The Navy leads as the number one school in the history of the Military Bowl with a 2-1 record.
|2||Wake Forest||2008, 2016|
|1||San Jose State||2012|
Military Bowl Betting Trends & Tips
Another opportunity to get the most out of every dollar staked on elite college football action is the Military Bowl. Finding the finest odds, bets, and markets is a key point for all bettors and patriot fans looking to enjoy, commemorate, celebrate, and make some solid earnings simultaneously.
That is why it is advised that bettors carefully analyze all statistics, data, and information about the top bowl teams, players, and trends, as well as all information surrounding the Military Bowl.
Here are some Top Tends that can be observed from the Military Bowl:
- The Atlantic Coast Conference is now number one in college football standings with a total of nine appearances.
- Atlantic Coast Conference schools also lead as the ones with the most wins, currently at five.
- The Navy Midshipmen and the Temple Owls are the two schools with the most appearances at the Military Bowl. Both lead with 3 each.
- The Navy Midshipmen have recorded the most wins in the history of the Military Bowl with two.
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