College football odds, picks, spreads, bowl season predictions, 2021-22: supporting model Ole Miss, Iowa
Like every year, the varsity football bowl calendar has saved some of its best to last. College football playoff games are scheduled for Friday night and then there’s New Years Day, where all five games have gaps of 4.5 points or less, according to the latest college football odds on Caesars Sportsbook. Ohio State’s No.6 (-4.5) vs. No.11 Utah is the biggest in the standings, while No.8 Ole Miss (-1.5) vs. No.7 Baylor is the thinner.
No. 21 Arkansas (-2) v Penn State, No. 5 Notre Dame (-2) v No. 9 Oklahoma State and No. 22 Kentucky (-3) v No. 15 Iowa make up the remainder of the college football schedule. New Years Eve. What college football bets should you be targeting as bowl season draws to a close? Before making any picks or betting on a college football bowl, be sure to check out the latest college football predictions and betting tips from SportsLine’s proven model.
The SportsLine projection model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. Over the past five plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated an astounding profit of almost $ 3,600 for every $ 100 players on its top-rated college football picks versus the spread. He also enters week three of the 2021-22 college football season on a 43-30 streak across all of the top-rated college football picks. Anyone who has followed him has seen huge returns.
Now he’s turned his attention to Caesars’ latest college football odds of the bowl season and locked in picks for every FBS game. Head here to see each choice.
Best College Football Predictions For The Bowling Season
One of the top college football picks the model recommends for the 2021-22 bowl season: No.15 Iowa stays in the gap against No.22 Kentucky as a three-point underdog of the Citrus Bowl 2022 at 1 p.m. ET on New Years Day. Iowa has just had one of its best seasons in recent memory, a 10-3 campaign that saw the Hawkeyes reach the Big Ten Championship game thanks to one of the best defenses in the country – and despite a of violation, even by Iowa standards.
Against a Kentucky team that also had their best season in recent memory, the Iowa defense could be the key. The Hawkeyes allowed just 19.2 points per game and took out the Big Ten West opponents they face who have a similar style of play to the team they are about to face. in the Citrus Bowl. In SportsLine’s model simulations, Iowa covers the spread well over 50 percent of the time, making the Hawkeyes a top pick against the spread.
Another of the model’s college football predictions: No.8 Ole Miss covers as a 1.5-point favorite against No.7 Baylor in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1 at 8:45 p.m. ET. The Rebels present one of the most prolific offensives in the country, averaging 35.9 points per game this season, which ranks them 18th in the country. Ole Miss is led by quarterback Matt Corral, who comes into the game with 3,339 passing yards, 31 total TDs and just four interceptions.
Ole Miss also offers a dynamic dynamic attack, averaging 224.2 yards per game rushing, the ninth highest score in college football. Running back Jerrion Ealy leads the Rebels with 703 rushing yards, while Snoop Conner leads the team with 13 rushing touchdowns. The SportsLine model expects the Rebels to rush over 170 yards against the Bears, helping Ole Miss cover the gap in well over 60% of the sims.
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The model also asked who wins and covers in all other games during bowl season, and he’s planning several shocking upsets. You can only get every pick for every game on SportsLine.
So what college football choices can you make with confidence? And which underdogs should you jump on now? Check out the latest college football odds below, then visit SportsLine to see which teams are winning and covering the gap, all from a proven computer model that has grossed nearly $ 3,600 in profit over the past five years. seasons and more, and find out.
College football odds for the bowl season (via Caesars)
Here are the college football lines for the bowl season:
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl: Washington State vs. Central Michigan (+7, 57.5)
Gator Bowl: Wake Forest vs. Rutgers (+15, 62.5)
College Football Playoff Semifinals: Alabama v Cincinnati (+13.5, 57.5)
Featured Game | Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Cincinnati Bearcats
College Football Playoff Semifinals: Georgia vs. Michigan (+7.5, 45.5)
Featured Game | Michigan Wolverines vs. Georgia Bulldogs
January 1st :
Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma State vs. Notre Dame (-2, 45)
Rose Bowl: Ohio State vs. Utah (+4.5, 64)
Sugar Bowl: Ole Miss vs. Baylor (+1.5, 55.5)
Featured Game | Ole Miss Rebels vs. Baylor Bears
Citrus Bowl: Iowa v Kentucky (-3, 44)
Featured Game | Kentucky Wildcats vs. Iowa Hawkeyes
Outback Bowl: Penn State vs. Arkansas (-2, 48)
Featured Game | Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Penn State Nittany Lions
Texas Bowl: Kansas State vs. LSU (+3.5, 48)
CFP national championship match: match to be determined