2022 Quick Lane Bowl - New Mexico St. vs. Bowling Green Odds

Quick Lane Bowl Odds - New Mexico State vs. Bowling Green

2022 Quick Lane Bowl NCAA Football Betting

Head coach Jerry Kill made an impact at one of the worst programs in the country. New Mexico State is heading to its fourth bowl game in school history, it's first since the 2017 season. Their .500 record is their best mark in five seasons and marks a four-game improvement from their win total last season. New Mexico State averaged 3.5 yards per play against FBS opponents this season. Bowling Green will be making its 13th appearance in a bowl game. They are 5-7 in bowls, with the last appearance coming in the GoDaddy Bowl in 2015, a 58-27 loss to Georgia Southern.

2022 Quick Lane Bowl at a Glance

Date: Monday, December 26, 2022

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

Venue: Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan

Matchup: New Mexico State Aggies vs. Bowling Green Falcons

College Football Betting Lines

New Mexico State Aggies +2.5

Bowling Green Falcons -2.5

Total: 48

Quick Lane Bowl Preview

Last game, the Bowling Green Falcons lost 38-14 against the Ohio Bobcats as 5.5-point road dogs. The game went to a push on the total of 52. Bowling Green has a record of 6-6 straight up, 4-7-1 against the spread, and 7-4-1 over/under the total. Bowling Green ranks 106th for total offense, 59th for passing, 121st for rushing and 97th for scoring. Defensively they rank 105th overall, 103rd against the pass, 86th against the rush, and 116th for points allowed. Also, Bowling Green ranks 114th for fewest turnovers lost and 72nd for takeaways.

Bowling Green has compiled a 4-7-1 record against the spread this season. Bowling Green has yet to cover the spread (0-3) when playing as at least 2-point favorites. This season, Bowling Green games have hit the over seven times. The Falcons have been the moneyline favorite three total times this season. They’ve finished 2-1 in those games. When playing as a moneyline favorite with odds of -129 or shorter, the Falcons have gone 2-0.

Last game, the New Mexico State Aggies won 65-3 against Valparaiso as 31.5-point home favorites. The game went over the total of 55. New Mexico State has a record of 6-6 straight up, 7-5 against the spread, and 6-6 over/under the total. New Mexico State ranks 114th for total offense, 120th for passing, 65th for rushing and 82nd for scoring.

Defensively they rank 32nd overall, 14th against the pass, 80th against the rush, and 52nd for points allowed. Also, New Mexico State ranks 23rd for fewest turnovers lost and 109th for takeaways.

New Mexico State has compiled a 6-5-0 record against the spread this year. In games as an underdog by 2 points or more this year, the Aggies are 3-4 against the spread. Games involving New Mexico State have hit the over on five occasions this season. This season, the Aggies have won two out of the six games in which they’ve been the underdog. The Aggies have a record of 1-0 when they’re set as an underdog of +107 or more this season.

Quick Lane Bowl Prediction

In this situation, New Mexico State is a dangerous and capable underdog./p>

Quick Lane Bowl Format

The Quick Lane Bowl began in 2014, taking the place of the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. The Little Caesars Bowl started as the Motor City Bowl in 1997 at the Pontiac Silverdome and eventually moved to Ford Field in downtown Detroit in 2002 and pitted schools from the Mid-American Conference (MAC) against a team from the Big Ten or the Sun Belt Conference.

The Little Caesars Pizza Bowl eventually went away as the Quick Lane Bowl took its place in 2014, with teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference and Big Ten squaring off.

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Quick Lane Bowl Past Results

2021 Western Michigan Nevada 52-24
2020 Cancelled due to COVID
2019 Pittsburgh Eastern Michigan 34-30
2018 Minnesota Georgia Tech 34-10
2017 Duke Northern Illinois 36-14
2016 Boston College Maryland 36-30
2015 Minnesota Central Michigan 21-14
2014 Rutgers North Carolina 40-21

Underdogs have done well in Detroit over the years, posting a 10-3 ATS record in the last 13 seasons. Eastern Michigan grabbed the cover in 2019 as hefty 13-point dogs in a 34-30 defeat to Pittsburgh, as MAC schools have lost in nine of the past ten opportunities.

The 2020 installment of the Quick Lane Bowl was wiped out due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, but the game returned on Dec. 27, 2021, with Western Michigan of the MAC facing Nevada of the Mountain West Conference. The Broncos posted a bowl-record 52 points with 514 total yards of offense, and the Wolf Pack had no answers. NFL prospect QB Carson Strong elected to opt out to prepare for the 2022 NFL Draft, and the offense was hamstrung.

Most All-Time Wins

2 Minnesota 2015, 2018
1 Boston College 2016
1 Duke 2017
1 Rutgers 2014

The Minnesota Golden Gophers have a Quick Lane Bowl record of two wins.

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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