2024 Fiesta Bowl Betting Lines - Liberty vs. Oregon Odds

Fiesta Bowl Lines - Liberty vs. Oregon Odds

NCAA Football Fiesta Bowl Betting

The Liberty Flames, winners of Conference USA and owner of a perfect 13-0 record, will face No. 8 Oregon in the 2023 Fiesta Bowl on Monday, January 1, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. Liberty captured its first-ever FBS conference championship with a 49-35 win over New Mexico State in the CUSA Football Championship to move to 13-0 on the year. With the win over the Aggies, the Flames are the highest-ranked Group of Five school in the country, earning their first-ever New Year’s Six bowl game appearance. Liberty was ranked No. 23 in the final CFP rankings, one spot ahead of No. 24 SMU, who won the AAC Championship title yesterday against Tulane. The matchup against No. 8 ranked Oregon will be Liberty’s fifth-straight bowl game and fifth overall bowl game in school history.

2024 Fiesta Bowl at a Glance

Date: Monday, January 1, 2024

Time (ET) / TV: 1:00 PM ESPN

Venue: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

Matchup: Liberty Flames vs. Oregon Ducks

College Football Betting Lines

Liberty Flames +15.5

Oregon Ducks -15.5

Total 65.5

Money Line: Liberty +447, Oregon -600

Fiesta Bowl Preview

Last game, the Liberty Flames won 49-35 against the New Mexico State Aggies as 10-point home favorites. The game went over the total of 58. Liberty has a record of 13-0 straight up, 9-4 against the spread, and 8-5 over/under the total. Liberty ranks 3rd for total offense, 83rd for passing, 1st for rushing, and 5th for scoring. Defensively, they rank 47th overall, 103rd against the pass, 23rd against the rush, and 45th for points allowed. Also, Liberty ranks 124th for fewest turnovers lost and 1st for takeaways.

Last game, the Oregon Ducks lost 345-31 against the Washington Huskies 34-31 as 9.5-point favorites. The game went under the total of 65.5. Oregon has a record of 11-2 straight up, 10-3 against the spread, and 5-8 over/under the total. Oregon ranks 2nd for total offense, 2nd for passing, 30th for rushing, and 2nd for scoring. Defensively, they rank 22nd overall, 63rd against the pass, 12th against the rush, and 11th for points allowed. Also, Oregon ranks 10th for fewest turnovers lost and 57th for takeaways.

Fiesta Bowl Prediction

In this situation, Oregon will want to make a statement after their Pac-12 championship game flop against Washington.

Fiesta Bowl Format

Originally founded in 1971 as a home bowl game for the Arizona State Sun Devils, the Fiesta Bowl has grown into a college football playoff rotation and top-tier postseason game.

Thus, the Fiesta Bowl tie-in is based on the college football playoff. The game has been held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, home of the NFL Arizona Cardinals, since 2007. Previously it was held at Arizona State University Sun Devil Stadium from 1971-2006. The payout is $17 million.

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Fiesta Bowl Past Results

2022 TCU Michigan 51-45
2022 Oklahoma State Notre Dame 37-35
2021 Iowa State Oregon 34-17
2020 Clemson Ohio State 29-23
2019 LSU UCF 40-32
2017 Penn State Washington 35-28
2016 Clemson Ohio State 31-0
2016 Ohio State Notre Dame 44-28
2014 Boise State Arizona 38-30
2014 UCF Baylor 52-42
2013 Oregon Kansas State 35-17
2012 Oklahoma State Stanford 41-38 (OT)
2011 Oklahoma Connecticut 48-20
2010 Boise State TCU 17-10
2009 Texas Ohio State 24-21
2008 West Virginia Oklahoma 48-28
2007 Boise State Oklahoma 43-42 (OT)
2006 Ohio State Notre Dame 34-20
2005 Utah Pittsburgh 35-7
2004 Ohio State Kansas State 35-28
2003 Ohio State Miami, Fla. 31-24 (OT)
2002 Oregon Colorado 38-16
2001 Oregon State Notre Dame 41-9
2000 Oregon State Notre Dame 31-21

Previously, Oklahoma State Cowboys rallied from a 28-7 deficit to beat the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 37-35 in the debut of Notre Dame rookie head coach Marcus Freeman. Oklahoma State finished 11-2 with a final ranking of seventh in the nation.

Also, Iowa State was a 4.5-point favorite against oregon, and they proved they deserved to be favored as they routed the Ducks, winning 34-17. Iowa State broke the game open in the second quarter, outscoring the Ducks 21-10. The game was decided at the half, as the Ducks led 28-17. Oregon did nothing in the second half and didn’t score at all. Iowa State quarterback Brock Purdy was named the offensive MVP of the game, while O’Rien Vance was named the defensive MVP.

One of the great Fiesta Bowl upsets was when TCU beat Michigan in the 2022 College Football Playoff.

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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