2022 Las Vegas Bowl Odds - Florida vs. Oregon State Betting

Las Vegas Bowl Odds - Florida vs. Oregon State

2022 Las Vegas Bowl NCAA Football Betting

The Oregon State Beavers are heavily favored to defeat the Florida Gators in the 2022 Las Vegas Bowl on Saturday, December 17 on ESPN. It was a disappointing season for the Gators, as they went 6-6 SU and 7-5 ATS with seven games going over the total and five going under. It was a good season for the Beavers, as they went 9-3 SU and a sizzling 10-2 ATS with seven games going over the total and five going under. Florida is a mess heading into this game, as starting quarterback Anthony Richardson said he is entering the 2023 NFL Draft and backup quarterback Jalen Kitna was kicked off the team. The Gators are down to Jack Miller and Kyle Engel at quarterback for the bowl game. The Gators will also be without their best defensive player, as linebacker Ventrell Miller declared for the NFL Draft as did defensive tackle Gervon Dexter. The Beavers opened as just a slight favorite in Las Vegas Bowl odds, but once news that Richardson would not play came out, the odds jumped and they have continued to go higher.

2022 Las Vegas Bowl at a Glance

Date: Saturday, December 17, 2022

Time (ET) / TV: 2:30 PM / ESPN

Venue: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada

Matchup: Florida Gators vs. Oregon State Beavers

College Football Betting Lines

Florida Gators +10.5

Oregon State Beavers -10.5

Total: 51.5

Las Vegas Bowl Preview

The Gators averaged 31.8 points per game this season but it is unclear who Florida will have at quarterback for the bowl game and the offense figures to suffer. They averaged 440.5 yards per game this season. The defense wasn’t very good, as they allowed 28.8 points per game and 417 yards per contest and they will likely be even worse in the bowl game without two of their key starters. Montrell Johnson Jr. led the team with 827 rushing yards, Anthony Richardson threw for 2,549 yards, while Ricky Pearsall had 596 receiving yards.

Oregon State averaged 32.4 points per game and averaged 400.2 yards per contest. They gave up just 21.4 points per game and allowed just 342.3 yards per game. Damien Martinez led the team with 970 rushing yards, Ben Gulbranson threw for 1,290 yards and was very good when taking over for Chance Nolan. In fact, Gulbranson was so good that Nolan entered the transfer portal and will not be back. Tre’Shaun Harrison led the team with 604 receiving yards. Oregon State will be without defensive back Rejzohn Wright who declared for the NFL Draft and opted out of the bowl game.

Florida and Oregon State will be meeting for the first time. The Gators will be making their 48th all-time bowl appearance with an all-time record of 24-23. The Beavers will be playing in their 19th bowl game and they have an all-time record of 11-7.

Las Vegas Bowl Prediction

It would be a major surprise if Florida is competitive in this game without either of their top two quarterbacks and their top defensive player. The line has continued to go higher, so some of the value is gone, but the Beavers look like the right side.

Las Vegas Bowl Format

The Las Vegas Bowl was played at Sam Boyd Stadium from 1992 to 2019. It moved to Allegiant Stadium for the 2021 season, and it has featured a team from the Pac 12 since 1996 and will continue to for the foreseeable future. After a longstanding agreement with the Mountain West, the Las Vegas Bowl is now a Power Five bowl. A Pac 12 team will play a Big Ten team in 2021, 2023, and 2025, and an SEC team will be the opponent in 2022 and 2024.

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Las Vegas Bowl Past Results

2021 Wisconsin Arizona State 20-13
2020 Cancelled due to COVID
2019 Washington Boise State 38-7
2018 Fresno State Arizona State 31-20
2017 Boise State Oregon 38-28
2016 San Diego State Houston 34-10
2015 Utah BYU 35-28
2014 Utah Colorado State 45-10
2013 USC Fresno State 45-20
2012 Boise State Washington 28-26
2011 Boise State Arizona State 56-24
2010 Boise State Utah 26-3
2009 BYU Oregon State 44-20
2008 Arizona BYU 31-21
2007 BYU UCLA 17-16
2006 BYU Oregon 38-8
2005 California BYU 35-28
2004 Wyoming UCLA 24-21
2003 Oregon State New Mexico 55-14
2002 UCLA New Mexico 27-13
2001 Utah USC 10-6
2000 UNLV Arkansas 31-14

Wisconsin took care of Arizona State in the 2021 Las Vegas Bowl. The game was all about running back Braelon Allen who ran for 159 yards and was named MVP. The Badgers had an 18-play drive in the fourth quarter that took nearly 10 minutes off the clock and the Badgers sealed the win.

Most All-Time Wins

4 Boise State 2010, 2011, 2012, 2017
4 Utah 1999, 2001, 2014, 2015
3 BYU 2006, 2007, 2009
2 UNLV 1994, 2000

Boise State was the first school to win the Las Vegas Bowl three times in a row, accomplishing the feat from 2010-12 in its first three appearances. The Broncos tied Utah as the most successful team in this bowl game with a victory over Oregon in 2017, and they are now 4-1 in this game.

The other very successful team in this bowl game is Utah. The Utes have won the Las Vegas Bowl four times with their last victory coming in 2015.

2022-23 College Football Bowl Games

Dec. 16 Bahamas Bowl 11:30 AM / ESPN Miami (Ohio) vs. UAB
Dec. 16 Cure Bowl 3:00 PM / ESPN Troy vs. UTSA
Dec. 17 Fenway Bowl 11:00 AM / ESPN Cincinnati vs. Louisville
Dec. 17 Celebration Bowl 12:00 PM / ABC Jackson State vs. North Carolina Central
Dec. 17 New Mexico Bowl 2:15 PM / ESPN BYU vs. SMU
Dec. 17 LA Bowl 3:30 PM / ABC Fresno State vs. Washington State
Dec. 17 Lendingtree Bowl 5:45 PM / ESPN Southern Miss vs. Rice
Dec. 17 Las Vegas Bowl 7:30 PM / ESPN Florida vs. Oregon State
Dec. 17 Frisco Bowl 9:15 PM / ESPN Boise State vs. North Texas
Dec. 19 Myrtle Beach Bowl 2:30 PM / ESPN UConn vs. Marshall
Dec. 20 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl 3:30 PM / ESPN San Jose State vs. Eastern Michigan
Dec. 20 Boca Raton Bowl 7:30 PM / ESPN Toledo vs. Liberty
Dec. 21 New Orleans Bowl 9:00 PM / ESPN South Alabama vs. Western Kentucky
Dec. 22 Armed Forces Bowl 7:30 PM / ESPN Air Force vs. Baylor
Dec. 23 Independence Bowl 3:00 PM / ESPN Houston vs. Louisiana
Dec. 23 Gasparilla Bowl 6:30 PM / ESPN Missouri vs. Wake Forest
Dec. 24 Hawaii Bowl 8:00 PM / ESPN Middle Tennessee vs. San Diego State
Dec. 26 Quick Lane Bowl 2:30 PM / ESPN New Mexico State vs. Bowling Green
Dec. 27 Camellia Bowl 12:00 PM / ESPN Georgia Southern vs. Buffalo
Dec. 27 First Responder Bowl 3:15 PM / ESPN Utah State vs. Memphis
Dec. 27 Birmingham Bowl 6:45 PM / ESPN East Carolina vs. Coastal Carolina
Dec. 27 Guaranteed Rate Bowl 10:15 PM / ESPN Wisconsin vs. Oklahoma State
Dec. 28 Military Bowl 2:00 PM / ESPN Duke vs. UCF
Dec. 28 Liberty Bowl 5:30 PM / ESPN Arkansas vs. Kansas
Dec. 28 Holiday Bowl 8:00 PM / FOX Oregon vs. North Carolina
Dec. 28 Texas Bowl 9:00 PM / ESPN Texas Tech vs. Ole Miss
Dec. 29 Pinstripe Bowl 2:00 PM / ESPN Syracuse vs. Minnesota
Dec. 29 Cheez-It Bowl 5:30 PM / ESPN Florida State vs. Oklahoma
Dec. 29 Alamo Bowl 9:00 PM / ESPN Washington vs. Texas
Dec. 30 Duke's Mayo Bowl 12:00 PM / ESPN Maryland vs. NC State
Dec. 30 Sun Bowl 2:00 PM / CBS Pitt vs. UCLA
Dec. 30 Gator Bowl 3:30 PM / ESPN Notre Dame vs. South Carolina
Dec. 30 Arizona Bowl 4:30 PM (Barstool) Ohio vs. Wyoming
Dec. 30 Orange Bowl 8:00 PM / ESPN Clemson vs. Tennessee
Dec. 31 Music City Bowl 12:00 PM / ABC Kentucky vs. Iowa
Dec. 31 Sugar Bowl 12:00 PM / ESPN Alabama vs. Kansas State
Dec. 31 Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl 4:00 PM / ESPN No. 1 Georgia vs. No 4. Ohio State
Dec. 31 VRBO Fiesta Bowl 8:00 PM / ESPN No. 2 Michigan vs. No. 3 TCU
Jan. 2 ReliaQuest Bowl 12:00 PM / ESPN2 Illinois vs. Mississippi State
Jan. 2 Cotton Bowl 1:00 PM / ESPN USC vs. Tulane
Jan. 2 Citrus Bowl 1:00 PM / ABC LSU vs. Purdue
Jan. 2 Rose Bowl 5:00 PM / ESPN Penn State vs. Utah
Jan. 9 CFP National Championship Game TBD / ESPN CFP Semifinals Winners

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