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2022 Orange Bowl Odds

The Orange Bowl is just years ahead of the Rose Bowl and of other official events that have been held almost since the beginning of the last century. This year’s edition of the Orange Bowl will be played on December 30th, 2022.

Betting odds for the Orange Bowl are now available, since the teams have already been announced. The head-to-head between the Clemson Tigers and the Tennessee Volunteers is going to really make the cut. Check out the odds above to place your bet.

Last Year's Odds

The Michigan Wolverines took on the Georgia Bulldogs at the 2021 edition of the Orange Bowl. The Bulldogs were the favorite after finishing with a 13-1 season record.

That means a bet on the Bulldogs on a -150 moneyline earned bettors a $100 profit for every $150 bet. On the other hand, a $100 bet on the Wolverines as underdogs at a +220 moneyline could have made bettors a $220 profit.

Those bettors who also took a chance on the Bulldogs at +9.5 and the over 43.5 recorded additional profits.

Orange Bowl Scores (Playoffs)

With 88 games played, the Orange Bowl has seen many teams and different scores throughout its history. They start from the lowest score ever recorded in over seven occasions, in which teams were not able to nail a single point. From there on, they go to the 2012 edition of the event, in which the West Virginia Mountaineers took a 70-33 win over the Clemson Tigers. Scores have ranged higher over the last decade, as they have surpassed the 30 and 40-point mark and high scoring has become increasingly common.

Orange Bowl Past Results
SeasonWinning teamLosing teamScore
2021GeorgiaMichigan34-11
2020Texas A&MNorth Carolina41-27
2019FloridaVirginia36-28
2018AlabamaOklahoma45-34
2017WisconsinMiami, Fla.34-24
2016Florida StateMichigan33-32
2015ClemsonOklahoma37-17
2014Georgia TechMississippi State49-34
2014ClemsonOhio State40-35
2013Florida StateNorthern Illinois31-10
2012West VirginiaClemson70-33
2011StanfordVirginia Tech40-12
2010IowaGeorgia Tech24-14
2009Virginia TechCincinnati20-7
2008KansasVirginia Tech24-21
2007LouisvilleWake Forest24-13
2006Penn StateFlorida State26-23
2005USCOklahoma55-19
2004Miami, Fla.Florida State16-14
2003USCIowa38-17
2002FloridaMaryland53-23
2001OklahomaFlorida State13-2
2000MichiganAlabama35-34

Betting History Of The Orange Bowl

The Miami metropolitan region has hosted the Orange Bowl for quite some time. This event is an annual college football bowl game in the US and one of the most well-known in the country. The inaugural Orange Bowl game was played on January 1, 1935, making it the second-oldest bowl game in bowl history.

The Bucknell Bisons took on the Miami Hurricanes in the first-ever edition of the Orange Bowl back in 1935. Ultimately, the Bisons led the race and pulled a 26-0 win over the Hurricanes. That first game set the record straight for what would become a top NCAA event.

In 1958, the Oklahoma Sooners took on the Duke Blue Devils to become the first team to come close to the 50-point mark by taking a 48-21 win over Duke. However, it wouldn’t be until the 2012 edition when the West Virginia Mountaineers crushed the Clemson Tigers by a 70-33 score.

Since then, Oklahoma has held the spot as the team with the most appearances at the Orange Bowl, with a total of 20. They are also the most successful school in the event’s history, with a 12-8 record.

Big Eight schools have the most appearances at the Orange Bowl, with 42. However, SEC schools lead the count with the most wins, currently at 21.

Most All-Time Wins
WinsTeamsYears won
12Oklahoma1953, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1967, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1985, 1986, 2000
8Nebraska1963, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1982, 1994, 1996, 1997
6Miami, Fla.1945, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1991, 2003
5Florida State1992, 1993, 1995, 2012, 2016
5Alabama1942, 1952, 1962, 1965, 2018
4Clemson1950, 1981, 2013, 2015
4Georgia Tech1939, 1947, 1951, 2014
4Penn State1968, 1969, 1973, 2005

Orange Bowl Odds Betting Trends & Tips

The Orange Bowl is a top college football event. Expert bettors recommend users make the most of every single piece of resource at hand to find the best odds, moneylines, and stats related to the Orange Bowl. Don’t forget to check out the betting markets; for example, the Orange Bowl spread.

Here are some top trends that have also become part of the history of the Orange Bowl:

  • The Big Eight Conference leads with the most appearances at an Orange Bowl, with 42.
  • The most successful are Southeastern Conference schools, with a 21-17 record. 
  • The Oklahoma Sooners are number one in the ranks, totaling 20 appearances. 
  •  The Oklahoma Sooners also have the most wins at the Orange Bowl, with 12.

Orange Bowl Odds FAQs

Which Team Has Scored the Most Points at the Orange Bowl?

In the 2012 edition of the Orange Bowl, the West Virginia Mountaineers faced the Clemson Tigers, and, at the end of the game, the Mountaineers walked away with a solid 70-33 win. They still hold the record for the most points scored in the history of the Orange Bowl.

Which Is the Team or Teams With the Most Appearances at the Orange Bowl?

The Oklahoma Sooners are still number one in the history of the Orange Bowl. They currently have 20 appearances and a 12-8 record, making them the most successful.

Which Team Has Been the Most Unsuccessful at the Orange Bowl?

The Arkansas Razorbacks, Auburn Tigers, Duke Blue Devils, Iowa Hawkeyes, Ohio State Buckeyes, and Texas A&M Aggies have played in at least one Orange Bowl. But unfortunately, none have been able to pull a victory.

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