2022 New Mexico Bowl Odds
This year’s edition of the event will be held on December 17 at 1:15 PM ET at University Stadium.
Betting odds for the New Mexico Bowl are now available, since the teams have already been announced. The clash between the BYU Cougars and the SMU Mustangs promises to be epic. Check out the odds above to place your bet.
Last Year's Betting Odds
New Mexico Bowl Scores (Playoff)
Given that the New Mexico Bowl has been played by a series of teams from various conferences, there are diverse results when it comes to scores and game outcomes. In 2008, the 40 points mark was surpassed by Colorado State Rams.
That same feat was repeated by Arizona and Nevada in 2012, Colorado State again in 2013, Arizona once more in 2015, and San Diego in 2019. However, in 2010 and 2018, both BYU Cougars and Utah State broke the 50 points mark. So, to put it lightly, scores have remained bulky.
|Season||Winning team||Losing team||Score|
|2019||San Diego State||Central Michigan||48-11|
|2018||Utah State||North Texas||52-13|
|2013||Colorado State||Washington State||48-45|
|2008||Colorado State||Fresno State||40-35|
|2006||San Jose State||New Mexico||20-12|
Betting History Of The New Mexico Bowl
New Mexico and San Jose State made a first appearance at the New Mexico Bowl back in 2006. That year, it was San Jose State that pulled a 20-12 win to lead stats. The following year, New Mexico pulled off a 23-0 beating over Nevada Wolf Pack to nail their first official victory. The New Mexico Bowl is another official NCAA bowl game that was first played in 2006, when its University Stadium became its home field. Although the Bowl event has mainly featured Conference USA and Mountain West Conference teams, several other conferences have had appearances. Among these are the Western Athletic Conference, Pac-12, the Mid-American Conference and the American Athletic Conference.
Colorado Gets the Most Wins
Since then, teams such as Colorado State, Fresno State and Arizona have made numerous appearances in over 16 years of history. In 2008, Colorado State defeated Fresno State on a 40-35 score that granted Colorado their first official win at the New Mexico Bowl.
In 2010, BYU surpassed the 50-point mark by taking a 52-24 win over UTEP. Arizona had two victories in 2012 and 2015. Fresno State had two defeats -first one in 2008 and then again in 2009- before it saw its first win in 2021.
With 16 years of history, the Mountain West conference has become the most successful in terms of victories and appearances. Mountain West teams featured in over 16 games, with an 11-5 record. C-USA is the second most successful conference in the event, with a 6-1 record and seven appearances.
|2||Colorado State||2008, 2013|
|2||New Mexico||2007, 2016|
|2||Utah State||2014, 2018|
New Mexico Bowl Betting Trends & Tips
Betting on college bowls is one of the most exciting yet tricky moves to make. Given the number of teams, events, and players, results and outcomes become even more challenging to predict.
That is why all data related to teams and players become vital to consider for games such as the New Mexico Bowl. Also, staying on top of how the odds market drifts and changes becomes a valuable learning aspect that can allow bettors to make some solid earnings as well.
Among some of the trends that have resulted from more than a decade of the New Mexico Bowl event are the following:
- New Mexico currently stands as the team with the most appearances in the New Mexico Bowl, leading with four, as well as two wins and two defeats.
- Colorado State is technically the most successful team at the New Mexico Bowl by standing with two wins and one defeat, and a .667-win percentage.
- Mountain West holds the title as the conference that has made the most appearances at the New Mexico Bowl with a total of 16.
- Mountain West also leads the conference standings with the most successful teams since 2006. So far, Mountain West teams have nailed 11 wins and have only taken five defeats.
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