2022 TaxAct Texas Bowl Odds
Another top postseason Division I FBS college football bowl game sponsored and approved by the NCAA is the TaxAct Texas Bowl.
This year’s edition of the TaxAct Texas Bowl will be played at NRG Stadium on December 28 at 8 PM CST.
Betting odds for the TaxAct Texas Bowl are now available, since the teams have already been announced. The bout between the Mississippi Rebels and the Texas Tech Red Raiders promises to be awesome. Check out the odds above to place your bet.
Last Year's Odds
The 2021 TaxAct Texas Bowl was canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions. During the 2020 edition, the Texas A&M Aggies arrived as the favorite, as they prepared to face the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
That year, the Aggies took a 24-21 win. That means bettors who wagered on the Aggies at a -180 Moneyline were able to collect a $100 profit for every $180 bet. On the other hand, those who took a chance on the Oklahoma State Cowboys gave up on a $220 payoff for every $100 wager at a +220 Moneyline.
Those who bet on the -8.5 and the over 37.5 points also made some solid profits.
TaxAct Texas Bowl Scores (Playoffs)
The first edition of the TaxAct Texas Bowl was played in 2006. That year, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights and the Kansas State Wildcats faced each other for the event’s inaugural game. The Scarlet Knights surpassed the Wildcats that night with a 37-10 win. That set a precedent for a series of solid duels that would take place at the TaxAct Texas Bowl. So far, the LSU Tigers hold the record for the largest number of points scored in a single game, with a total of 56.
|Season||Winning team||Losing team||Score|
|2020||Cancelled due to COVID|
|2019||Texas A&M||Oklahoma State||24-21|
|2016||Kansas State||Texas A&M||33-28|
Betting History Of The TaxAct Texas Bowl
In 2006, the first-ever TaxAct Texas Bowl featured the Rutgers Scarlet Knights and the Kansas State Wildcats. The Scarlet Knights would take a 37-10 win. From 2008 until 2010, the Rice Owls, the Navy Midshipmen, the Illinois Fighting Illini, and the Texas A&M Aggies all won their corresponding edition of the TaxAct Texas Bowl by surpassing the 30-point mark.
The first official event took place in Houston, Texas, in 2006. That edition of the TaxAct Texas Bowl was played at NRG Stadium when it was Reliant Stadium.
It was until 2015 that the LSU Tigers would surpass the Texas Tech Red Raiders with a solid 56-27 win and become the top scorers in the history of the TaxAct Texas Bowl. That record still holds today.
Big-12 conference schools have featured in the most TaxAct Texas Bowls -with a total of 12- and have also become the most successful, with a total of six wins. The Texas A&M Aggies and the Kansas State Wildcats are now standing with a 2-1 record in the TaxAct Texas Bowl. They are also the most successful schools in the history of the TaxAct Texas Bowl.
|2||Texas A&M||2011, 2019|
|2||Kansas State||2016, 2022|
TaxAct Texas Bowl Betting Trends & Tips
Another NCAA Bowl with a rich history and heritage is the TaxAct Texas Bowl. Because of this, finding top college football odds, moneylines, and betting market options will always rank highly on the list of priorities for bettors looking to get the most out of each dollar wagered on a top NCAA Bowl event such as the TaxAct Texas Bowl.
Making the most of each wager is the prime goal for every bettor. This implies that fans and bettors should thoroughly analyze all TaxAct Texas Bowl-related facts, numbers, and statistics to make the best possible decisions.
Here are some top trends that have become part of the history of the TaxAct Texas Bowl game:
- The Big-12 is the Conference with the most appearances in the history of the TaxAct Texas Bowl, with a total of 12.
- Big-12 schools also lead the count with the most wins recorded at the TaxAct Texas Bowl with a total of 6.
- The Texas A&M Aggies and the Kansas State Wildcats lead with the most appearances in the TaxAct Texas Bowl, with 3 each.
- The Texas A&M Aggies and the Kansas State Wildcats also lead with the most wins in the TaxAct Texas Bowl, with 2 each.