2022-23 College Bowl Games: Trusted Football Pool Picks, Predictions, Schedule, Computer Model Rankings

2022-23 College Bowl Games: Trusted Football Pool Picks, Predictions, Schedule, Computer Model Rankings

2022-23 College Bowl Games: Trusted Football Pool Picks, Predictions, Schedule, Computer Model Rankings

The College Football Playoff Semifinals will take place with the Fiesta Bowl and Peach Bowl on Dec. 31, but there will still be several intriguing non-playoff bowl games remaining on the 2022-23 college football bowl schedule. No. 8 Utah will look to build on winning the Pac-12 title when he faces No. 11 Penn State in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 2. they win against USC in the conference title game and are 3-point favorites in the latest college football bowl odds on Caesars Sportsbook. This is one of the smaller spreads during the 2022-23 bowl season, so where should you place the Rose Bowl in your college football trust pools?

In fact, three of four games on Jan. 2 are priced -3 or less in the college football bowl lines, making for tricky decisions in college football bowl trust groups. Having a solid college bowl confidence strategy can be the difference between winning and losing this bowl season. Before you make any college football predictions for bowl season, don’t miss the trusted bowl pool picks from SportsLine’s proven computer modeling.

The SportsLine projection model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. Over the past six-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated a staggering profit of nearly $2,500 per $100 player on its top college football picks against the spread. Anyone who has followed it has seen huge returns.

He has now simulated every game in the 2022-23 college football bowl schedule 10,000 times and assigned a reliability score to every game. You can see all the college football picks only on SportsLine.

The best college bowl confidence predictions

A trusted top pick in the 2022-23 college football bowl by model: Ole Miss runs through Texas Tech in the 2022 Texas Bowl on Dec. 28 at 9 p.m. ET. The Rebels have lost four of their last five games over the course of the regular season, but all four of those losses have come against ranked teams at some point this year. They still finished the season with eight wins and have one of the best offenses in college football under head coach Lane Kiffin.

Sophomore quarterback Jaxson Dart rushed for more than 2,600 yards and 18 touchdowns, while freshman running back Quinshon Judkins rushed for 1,476 yards and 16 scores. The model expects Judkins to have another big day against a mediocre Texas Tech defense, as he’s rushing for more than 100 yards and at least one touchdown in recent simulations. Running back Zach Evans and Dart are teaming up for another 120 rushing yards, which is why Ole Miss is outright winning well over 70% of the time.

Another of the bowl’s confidence predictions the model is high on: No. 1 LSU. 17 runs Purdue in the Citrus Bowl on January 2 at 1 PM ET. Caesars Sportsbook opened LSU as a 7-point favorite, but early betting action quickly pushed the line up to -10.5. The Tigers lost a couple of games over the course of this season but also recorded victories over the then No. 7 Ole Miss and then-No. 6 Alabama in consecutive games. They will be motivated to post a strong finish to Brian Kelly’s first year as head coach, while Purdue is in the midst of a coaching change.

Head coach Jeff Brohm left Purdue for Louisville, leaving offensive coordinator Brian Brohm as the interim head coach in this game. Cohesion is one of the biggest factors when handicapping bowl games, and Purdue will lack in that category when it faces LSU. The model sees the Tigers win nearly 70% of the time, making them a top pick during the 2022-23 bowl season.

How to make confident choices in the college football bowl

The model also called who wins every other bowl game. There are 17 teams that win at least 65% of the time, so you need to go big in those matches, as well as multiple underdogs who win outright. You can get all the model picks at SportsLine.

So who wins all the college bowl games? And which pairings should you give the most trust points to? Visit SportsLine to see all the trusted college football bowl picks, all from the model who’s up nearly $2,500 per $100 player on his top-rated college football spread picks over the past six-plus seasons, and find out.

2022-23 College Football Bowl Schedule (All Times ET)

Friday 16th December
Bahamas Bowl: Miami (Ohio) vs. UAB, 11:30am
Cure Bowl: No. 24 Troy vs. No. 25 UTSA, 3 p.m

Saturday 17th December
Fenway Bowl: Cincinnati vs. Louisville, 11:00
Celebration Bowl Jackson State vs. NC Central, noon
Las Vegas Bowl: No. 14 Oregon State vs. Florida, 2:30pm
LA Bowl: Washington State vs. Fresno State, 3:30pm
LendingTree Bowl: Rice vs. Southern Mississippi, 5:45 p.m. ET
New Mexico Bowl: SMU vs. BYU, 7:30pm
Frisco Bowl: Boise State vs. North Texas, 9:15pm

Monday 19th December
Myrtle Beach Bowl: Marshall vs. UConn, 2:30pm

Tuesday 20th December
Idaho’s Famous Potato Bowl: Eastern Michigan vs. San Jose State, 3:30 p.m
Boca Raton Bowl: Liberty vs. Toledo, 7.30pm

Wednesday 21st December
New Orleans Bowl: South Alabama vs. Western Kentucky, 9 p.m

Thursday 22nd December
Armed Forces Bowl: Baylor vs. Air Force, 7:30pm

Friday 23rd December
Independence Bowl: Houston vs. Louisiana, 3 p.m
Gasparilla Bowl: Wake Forest vs. Missouri, 6:30pm

Saturday 24th December
Hawai’i Bowl: Middle Tennessee State vs. San Diego State, 8 p.m

Monday 26th December
Quick Lane Bowl: Bowling Green vs. New Mexico State, 2:30pm

Tuesday 27th December
Camellia Bowl: Buffalo vs. Georgia Southern, noon
First Responder Bowl: Memphis vs. Utah State, 3:15pm
Birmingham Bowl: Coastal Carolina vs. East Carolina, 6:45pm
Guaranteed Rate Bowl: Oklahoma State vs. Wisconsin, 10:15 p.m

Wednesday 28th December
Military Bowl: Duke vs. UCF, 2pm
Liberty Bowl: Arkansas vs. Kansas, 5:30pm
Holiday Bowl: no. 15 Oregon vs. North Carolina, 8:00 PM
Texas Bowl: Texas Tech vs. Ole Miss, 9 p.m

Thursday 29 December
Pinstripe Bowl: Minnesota vs. Syracuse, 2 p.m
Cheez-It Bowl, No. 13 Florida State vs. Oklahoma, 5:30 p.m
Alamo Bowl: Washington No. 12 vs. Texas No. 20, 21:00

Friday 30th December
Duke’s Mayo Bowl: No. 23 NC State vs. Maryland, noon
Sun Bowl: No. 18 UCLA vs. Pitt, 2 p.m. ET
Gator Bowl: No. 19 South Carolina vs. No. 21 Notre Dame, 3.30pm
Arizona Bowl: Ohio vs. Wyoming, 4:30pm
Orange Bowl: Tennessee No. 6 vs. Clemson No. 7, 8pm

Saturday 31st December
Music City Bowl: Iowa vs. Kentucky, noon
Sugar Bowl: no. 5 Alabama vs. No. 9 Kansas State, noon
Fiesta Bowl (CFP Semifinal): No. 2 Michigan vs. No. 3 TCU, 4:00 p.m
Peach Bowl (CFP Semifinal Semifinal): Georgia No. 1 vs. Ohio State No. 4, 8pm

Monday 2nd January
ReliaQuest Bowl: No. 22 Mississippi State vs. Illinois, noon
Citrus Bowl: no. 17 LSU vs. Purdue, 1 p.m
Cotton Bowl Classic: no. 10 USC vs. No. 16 Tulane, 1:00 pm
Rose Bowl: no. 8 Utah vs. No. 11 Penn State, 5:00 p.m

Monday 9 January
College Football Playoff National Championship Game, 7:30 p.m. (winner Georgia-Ohio State vs. winner Michigan-TCU)

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