- Matchup: SEC/Big Ten/ACC
- Date: Monday, Jan 2nd, 2023
- Time: 2:00 p.m.
- Stadium: Raymond James (Tampa, Fla)
2022 ReliaQuest (Outback) Bowl Odds
Another annual college football bowl game is the ReliaQuest Bowl, formerly called Outback Bowl. The event is held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. One of the characteristics of the Outback Bowl is that it’s played on New Year’s Day. From 1986 to 1995, the Outback Bowl was known as the Hall of Fame Bowl.
The next edition will be played on January 2, 2023. Betting odds for the RealiaQuest (Outback) Bowl are now available, since the teams have already been announced. The bout between the Mississippi State Bulldogs and the Illinois Fighting Illini is bound to be a doozy! Check out the odds above to place your bet.
Last Year's Odds
The Arkansas Razorbacks appeared as the favorite in the 2022 edition of the Outback Bowl. But, unfortunately, the Penn State Nittany Lions were well below Arkansas’ 9-4 season record with a 7-6 final mark.
That put the Razorbacks ahead with a -230 moneyline, which meant that a $230 bet on Arkansas would allow bettors to make a $100 profit. On the other hand, bettors who favored the underdogs at a +250 moneyline saw their chance of making a $250 profit on a $100 bet fade away.
In the end, the Razorbacks took a 24-10 win against the Nittany Lions. Bettors who also took a chance at putting money on the under 43.5 and the +8.5 may have also nailed a solid profit.
ReliaQuest (Outback) Bowl Scores (Playoffs)
The Outback Bowl was first played in 1986 and featured the Boston College Eagles against the Georgia Bulldogs. That first game finished with the Eagles’ 27-24 win, setting the bar high for future editions.
Since then, some teams, such as the Illinois Fighting Illini, have been shut out and haven’t been able to score. The Tennessee Volunteers took a 45-6 victory against the Northwestern Wildcats, which became the highest score in the event’s history.
|Season||Winning team||Losing team||Score|
|2002||South Carolina||Ohio State||31-28|
|2001||South Carolina||Ohio State||24-7|
Betting History Of The Outback Bowl
The Outback Bowl had a good opening game back in 1986. The Boston College Eagles took a solid win against the Georgia Bulldogs, and standards became high for those teams playing at the Outback Bowl.
Thirty years later, in 2016, the Tennessee Volunteers surpassed the Northwestern Wildcats with a crushing 45-6 victory. That contest still holds the record for the most points registered in the history of the Outback Bowl.
Big Ten schools are now ahead with 33 appearances, 13 wins, and 20 defeats. However, SEC schools lead the victory count with 32 appearances and 19 wins. The South Carolina Gamecocks have also been featured in five different editions of the Outback Bowl. They have become the most successful team in the event’s history with four wins.
|4||South Carolina||2000, 2001, 2012, 2017|
|3||Florida||2005, 2010, 2016|
|3||Georgia||1997, 1999, 2004|
|3||Iowa||2003, 2008, 2018|
|3||Michigan||1987, 1993, 2002|
|3||Penn State||1995, 1998, 2006|
|3||Tennessee||1992, 2007, 2015|
ReliaQuest (Outback) Bowl Betting Trends & Tips
Another NCAA Bowl that has set the bar high is the Outback Bowl. For bettors and college football fans, the Outback Bowl has become the perfect opportunity to make the most of every bet. To expert bettors, it’s about looking for the top college football odds, money lines, and stats that can help minimize risk and increase profits. Remember to always check the markets, such as the Outback Bowl spread option.
Here are top trends about the Outback Bowl that fans have made the most of:
- Big Ten Schools currently lead with a total of 33 appearances.
- Southeastern Conference schools have become the most successful in the history of the Outback Bowl, with a total of 19 wins.
- The Iowa Hawkeyes and the Michigan Wolverines are now the teams with the most appearances in the history of the Outback Bowl, with a total of 6 each.
- The South Carolina Gamecocks are now the number one team in the history of the Outback Bowl, with four wins.
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