2023 Orange Bowl Betting Lines - Georgia vs. Florida State Odds

Orange Bowl Lines - Georgia vs. Florida State Odds

2022 Orange Bowl NCAA Football Betting

Florida State was left out of the final four-team College Football Playoff when the selections were unveiled on Sunday. It's a tragic moment for the Seminoles, who have done nothing but figure out ways to win no matter the circumstance or location throughout the 2023 season. With that being said, there is still one more opportunity for FSU to put the stamp on a special campaign. It might not be a playoff game, but the Seminoles will get a chance to make another statement to the SEC. The No. 5 Seminoles will face off with the Georgia Bulldogs in the Orange Bowl. The game will be held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida

2023 Orange Bowl at a Glance

Date: Saturday, December 30, 2023

Time (ET) / TV: 4:00 PM / ESPN

Venue: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, Florida

Matchup: Georgia Bulldogs vs. Florida State Seminoles

College Football Betting Lines

Georgia Bulldogs -14

Florida State Seminoles +14

Total: 44.5

Money Line: Georgia Bulldogs -545, Florida State Seminoles +413

Orange Bowl Preview

Last game, the Georgia Bulldogs lost 27-24 against the Alabama Crimson Tide as 5.5-point favorites. The game went under the total of 54. Georgia has a record of 12-1 straight up, 5-8 against the spread, and 6-7 over/under the total. Georgia ranks 8th for total offense, 10th for passing, 43rd for rushing and 9th for scoring. Defensively, they rank 10th overall, 12th against the pass, 29th against the rush, and 9th for points allowed. Also, Georgia ranks 81st for fewest turnovers lost and 55th for takeaways.

Last game, the Florida State Seminoles won 16-6 against the Louisville Cardinals as 1.5-point dogs. The game went under the total of 46.5. Florida State has a record of 13-0 straight up, 7-6 against the spread, and 7-6 over/under the total. Florida State ranks 46th for total offense, 44th for passing, 65th for rushing and 13th for scoring. Defensively, they rank 14th overall, 8th against the pass, 42nd against the rush, and 6th for points allowed. Also, Florida State ranks 15th for fewest turnovers lost and 75th for takeaways.

Orange Bowl Prediction

Rising Georgia star Carson Beck has completed 289/399 passes for 3,738 yards with 22 touchdowns to six interceptions. Despite their relative proximity, Florida State and Georgia haven't met on the football field since 2003. The Bulldogs hold a 6-4-1 edge in the series but have lost four of the last six meetings. In this situation, Georgia is the deeper team with the better QB.

Orange Bowl Format

One of the oldest bowl games, the Orange Bowl has been played in the Miami, Florida area since January 1, 1935. The Orange Bowl was first held in Miami at Miami Field before moving to the Miami Orange Bowl stadium in 1938. The Orange Bowl moved to Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens in 1996, home of the Miami Dolphins and the University of Miami. The game has been sponsored by Capital One since 2014 and is officially known as the Capital One Orange Bowl.

The Orange Bowl has been tied to the ACC since 2006 and the bowl has been tied to the College Football Playoff since after the 2014 season. The game hosts the ACC champion in the years that the game does not host a College Football Playoff national semifinal. The ACC has a deal with the Orange Bowl so if the ACC Champion qualifies for the College Football Playoff and the Orange Bowl is not the semifinal host, the next highest ranked ACC team gets a spot. The SEC and Big Ten conference get consideration for the other spot along with Notre Dame. ESPN holds the television rights for the Orange Bowl through at least the 2026 season.

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Orange Bowl Past Results

2022 Tennessee Clemson 31-14
2021 (Dec) Georgia Michigan 34-11
2021 (Jan) Texas A&M North Carolina 41-27
2019 Florida Virginia 36-28
2018 Alabama Oklahoma 45-34
2017 Wisconsin Miami, Fla. 34-24
2016 Florida State Michigan 33-32
2015 Clemson Oklahoma 37-17
2014 Georgia Tech Mississippi State 49-34
2014 Clemson Ohio State 40-35
2013 Florida State Northern Illinois 31-10
2012 West Virginia Clemson 70-33
2011 Stanford Virginia Tech 40-12
2010 Iowa Georgia Tech 24-14
2009 Virginia Tech Cincinnati 20-7
2008 Kansas Virginia Tech 24-21
2007 Louisville Wake Forest 24-13
2006 Penn State Florida State 26-23
2005 USC Oklahoma 55-19
2004 Miami, Fla. Florida State 16-14
2003 USC Iowa 38-17
2002 Florida Maryland 53-23
2001 Oklahoma Florida State 13-2
2000 Michigan Alabama 35-34

The Orange Bowl had a long traditional tie-in with the Big Eight Conference that later became the Big 12. Thus, the Oklahoma Sooners were frequent participants in this game and held the all-time record of 12 Orange Bowl wins. Oklahoma’s old rival from those days was the Nebraska Cornhuskers, who rank second with eight wins. In fact, Oklahoma and Nebraska met in the 1979 Orange Bowl in a rematch from that 1978 season in which Nebraska won. Oklahoma got revenge in that Orange Bowl 31-24.

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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