2023 Military Bowl Betting Lines - Virginia Tech vs. Tulane Odds

Military Bowl Lines - Virginia Tech vs. Tulane Odds

2022 Military Bowl NCAA Football Betting

Virginia Tech football will play in the Military Bowl against Tulane on Dec. 27 in Annapolis, Maryland, on Wednesday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, marking Tech's 35th all-time bowl berth. The Hokies and Tulane have faced each other before, with the most recent contest taking place in 1989 in favor of the Hokies, 30-13. Tech narrowly leads the all-time series 5-4. Virginia Tech will be making its first bowl appearance under Coach Brent Pry. The Hokies are led by a pair of second-team All-ACC selections, defensive lineman Antwaun Powell-Ryland, and running back/kick returner Bhayshul Tuten. Tulane made it back to the conference championship game this season, losing to SMU, 26-14, on Saturday night. The Green Wave had 18 players receive all-conference honors this season, led by quarterback Michael Pratt, the American’s Offensive Player of the Year.

2023 Military Bowl at a Glance

Date: Wednesday, December 27, 2023

Time (ET) / TV: 2:00 PM / ESPN

Venue: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Maryland

Matchup: Virginia Tech Hokies vs. Tulane Green Wave

College Football Betting Lines

Virginia Tech Hokies -7.5

Tulane Green Wave +7.5

Total: 46.5

Money Line: Virginia Tech -310, Tulane +252

Military Bowl Preview

Last game, the Virginia Tech Hokies won 55-17 against the Virginia Cavaliers as 2.5-point road favorites. The game went over the total of 53. Virginia Tech has a record of 6-6 straight up, 7-5 against the spread, and 8-4 over/under the total. Virginia Tech ranks 64th for total offense, 86th for passing, 47th for rushing and 58th for scoring. Defensively, they rank 26th overall, 10th against the pass, 67th against the rush, and 54th for points allowed. Also, Virginia Tech ranks 98th for fewest turnovers lost and 112th for takeaways.

Last game, the Tulane Green Wave lost 26-14 against the SMU Mustangs as 3-point home favorites. The game went under the total of 47.5. Tulane has a record of 11-2 straight up, 5-8 against the spread, and 2-11 over/under the total. Tulane ranks 70th for total offense, 70th for passing, 68th for rushing and 69th for scoring. Defensively, they rank 33rd overall, 91st against the pass, 8th against the rush, and 20th for points allowed. Also, Tulane ranks 119th for fewest turnovers lost and 4th for takeaways.

Military Bowl Prediction

In this situation, Tulane is without the coach who built the program, Willie Fritz, who departed for Houston. Virginia Tech plays hard for its second-year coach, Brent Pry.

Military Bowl Format

The Military Bowl began in 2008, and the matchup currently features schools from the ACC and the AAC. The game takes place at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland. This game was previously called the EagleBank Bowl and Northrop Grumman Bowl.

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Military Bowl Past Results

2022 Duke UCF 30-13
2021 Cancelled
2020 Cancelled due to COVID
2019 North Carolina Temple 55-13
2018 Cincinnati Virginia Tech 35-31
2017 Navy Virginia 49-7
2016 Wake Forest Temple 34-26
2015 Navy Pittsburgh 44-28
2014 Virginia Tech Cincinnati 33-17
2013 Marshall Maryland 31-20
2012 San Jose State Bowling Green 29-20
2011 Toledo Air Force 42-41
2010 Maryland East Carolina 51-20
2009 UCLA Temple 30-21
2008 Wake Forest Navy 29-19

North Carolina blasted Temple 55-13 in the 2019 installment, and the 'over' easily connected for bettors. Including this outcome, favorites have gone 9-3 straight up and 8-4 against the spread in this matchup. The victory by the Tar Heels over the Owls helped the ACC improve to 3-4 in its first seven appearances in the Military Bowl. North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell burst on the national scene as the game's Most Valuable Player. Howell passed for 294 yards and three touchdowns in the win. Since then, he has been one of the most prominent quarterbacks in college football and a draft pick in the NFL. North Carolina outgained Temple 534-272 in the win.

The 2020 installment of the game was canceled due to a lack of available teams during the COVID-19 global pandemic. In 2021, the game was expected to return on Dec. 27, 2021, with East Carolina of the AAC facing Boston College of the ACC. However, that game was canceled due to B.C. not having enough players to participate due to COVID-19 issues.

In 2022, Duke beat UCF 30-13. MVP QB Riley Leonard threw for 173 yards and ran for 63 more with two TDs.

2023-24 College Football Bowl Games

Saturday, December 16
Myrtle Beach Bowl 11:00 AM / ESPN Georgia Southern vs. Ohio
Celebration Bowl 12:00 PM / ABC Florida A&M vs. Howard
New Orleans Bowl 2:15 PM / ESPN Jacksonville State vs. Louisiana
Cure Bowl 3:30 PM / ABC Miami (Ohio) vs. Appalachian State
New Mexico Bowl 5:45 PM / ESPN Fresno State vs. New Mexico State
LA Bowl 7:30 PM / ABC UCLA vs. Boise State
Independence Bowl 9:15 PM / ESPN Texas Tech vs. California
Monday, December 18
Bahamas Bowl (Temporarily Famous Toastery Bowl) 2:30 PM / ESPN Western Kentucky vs. Old Dominion
Tuesday, December 19
Frisco Bowl 9:00 PM / ESPN Marshall vs. UTSA
Thursday, December 21
Boca Raton Bowl 8:00 PM / ESPN USF vs. Syracuse
Friday, December 22
Gasparilla Bowl 6:30 PM / ESPN Georgia Tech vs. UCF
Saturday, December 23
Birmingham Bowl 12:00 PM / ABC Troy vs. Duke
Camellia Bowl 12:00 PM / ESPN Arkansas State vs. Northern Illinois
Armed Forces Bowl 3:30 PM / ABC Air Force vs. James Madison
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl 3:30 PM / ESPN Georgia State vs. Utah State
68 Ventures Bowl 7:00 PM / ESPN Eastern Michigan vs. South Alabama
Las Vegas Bowl 7:30 PM / ABC Northwestern vs. Utah
Hawai'i Bowl 10:30 PM / ESPN San Jose State vs. Coastal Carolina
Tuesday, December 26
Quick Lane Bowl 2:00 PM / ESPN Bowling Green vs. Minnesota
First Responder Bowl 5:30 PM / ESPN Texas State vs. Rice
Guaranteed Rate Bowl 9:00 PM / ESPN Kansas vs. UNLV
Wednesday, December 27
Military Bowl 2:00 PM / ESPN Tulane vs. Virginia Tech
Duke's Mayo Bowl 5:30 PM / ESPN North Carolina vs. West Virginia
Holiday Bowl 8:00 PM / ESPN (15) Louisville vs. Southern Cal
Texas Bowl 9:00 PM / ESPN (20) Oklahoma State vs. Texas A&M
Thursday, December 28
Fenway Bowl 11:00 AM / ESPN (24) SMU vs. Boston College
Pinstripe Bowl 2:15 PM / ESPN Rutgers vs. Miami
Pop-Tarts Bowl 5:45 PM / ESPN (18) NC State vs. (25) Kansas State
Alamo Bowl 9:15 PM / ESPN (12) Oklahoma vs. (14) Arizona
Friday, December 29
Gator Bowl 12:00 PM / ESPN (22) Clemson vs. Kentucky
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl 2:00 PM / CBS (16) Notre Dame vs. (19) Oregon State
Liberty Bowl 3:30 PM / ESPN Memphis vs. Iowa State
Cotton Bowl 8:00 PM / ESPN (7) Ohio State vs. (9) Missouri
Saturday, December 30
Peach Bowl 12:00 PM / ESPN (10) Penn State vs. (11) Mississippi
Music City Bowl 2:00 PM / ABC Auburn vs. Maryland
Orange Bowl 4:00 PM / ESPN (5) Florida State vs. (6) Georgia 
Arizona Bowl 4:30 PM (Barstool) Wyoming vs. Toledo
Monday, Jan. 1, 2024
ReliaQuest Bowl 12:00 PM / ESPN2 (13) LSU vs. Wisconsin
Citrus Bowl 1:00 PM / ABC (17) Iowa vs. (21) Tennessee
Fiesta Bowl 1:00 PM / ESPN (8) Oregon vs. (23) Liberty
Rose Bowl (CFP Semifinal) 5:00 PM / ESPN (1) Michigan vs. (4) Alabama
Sugar Bowl (CFP Semifinal) 8:45 PM / ESPN (2) Washington vs. (3) Texas
Monday, Jan. 8, 2024
CFP National Championship Game 7:30 PM / ESPN Semifinals Winners

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