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Capital One Orange Bowl OddsCollege Football Betting Online: The first college bowl game to be played at night in primetime has spent over half of its existence under the lights. In what has become a tradition with the Orange Bowl, the 2017 edition will again get a primetime start. Along with the Sugar and Sun, the Orange Bowl is the second-oldest bowl game behind the Rose Bowl. The inaugural game was played on New Year’s Day 1935 and 30 years later the game was played at night. It’s been that way ever since.

The 2017 Capital One Orange Bowl will take place on Saturday, December 30 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.

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Miami Hurricanes +7

Wisconsin Badgers -7

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A loss to Ohio State in the Big Ten championship game stripped the Wisconsin Badgers of their undefeated season and their spot in the College Football Playoffs, bumping them to No.6 in the standings.

Bumped out of the playoff picture, the Badgers’ consolation prize is the Orange Bowl against a Miami Hurricanes team playing less than an hour from their campus.

The Canes would seem to have the edge, but the Badgers are no strangers to bouncing back from Big Ten title game disappointments to nab a Bowl Game victory. Then, again, Miami also nabbed a bowl win last year and is looking for the program’s first back-to-back bowl victories in a dozen years.

To get that win, however, Miami will have to contend with a Wisconsin defense ranked first in fewest yards allowed and second in scoring defense. They’ve thrived on preventing third down conversions, leading to a remarkable time of possession advantage over the year.

The Badgers will try and control the clock against the Canes. The defense is adept at that, but offensively Alex Hornibrook has allowed 15-interceptions. He’ll need to avoid untimely turnovers. Wisconsin may lean more on Jonathan Taylor as a result, given his 1,847 rushing yards and 6.8 yards per carry average.

The Hurricanes don’t have the potent defense of Wisconsin, but Miami is a balanced team on both sides of the ball. Defensively, they’ve allowed just 19.9 PPG. On offense, they’ve averaged 29.5 PPG. Malik Rosier has 2,908 passing yards and 30 total touchdowns, but his completion rate is mediocre at best. The ground game is stronger with Travis Homer, Mark Walton and Rosier all threats, though the trio have only 15 rushing scores. It’s also important to remember that they were held to three against Clemson in their last game.

Orange Bowl Format

There were no contractual agreements with any conference in the early years of the game, but the Orange Bowl kept its roots close to home. However, from the 1950s into the mid-1990s, there was a handshake agreement with the Big 8 Conference with the champion invited most years. The 1978 season game actually featured the top two Big 8 teams squaring off with conference co-champions No. 4 Oklahoma beating No. 6 Nebraska 31-24.

The Orange Bowl was a member of the BCS and hosted the National Championship game in 2001 and 2005. But in the 2006 season, the BCS title tilt became its own entity. In 2009 and 2013 the Orange Bowl hosted its own game plus the BCS title matchup.

Starting with the 2014 season, the Orange Bowl is part of the CFP New Year’s Six games. It hosted a semifinal game in the 2015 season with Clemson defeating Oklahoma 37-17. Since the 2006 season the bowl has been affiliated with the Atlantic Coast Conference, taking that league’s champion unless it qualifies for the playoff in a year the Orange Bowl isn’t hosting. The SEC and Big Ten also have tie-ins with the bowl as does Notre Dame.

Orange Bowl Game Results

Season Winners Losers
2016Florida StateMichigan
2015ClemsonOklahoma
2014Georgia TechMississippi State
2013ClemsonOhio State
2012Florida StateNorthern Illinois
2011West VirginiaClemson
2010StanfordVirginia Tech
2009IowaGeorgia Tech
2008Virginia TechCincinnati
2007KansasVirginia Tech
2006LouisvilleWake Forest
2005Penn StateFlorida State
2004USCOklahoma
2003Miami, Fla.Florida State
2002USCIowa
2001FloridaMaryland
2000OklahomaFlorida State
1999MichiganAlabama
1998FloridaSyracuse
1997NebraskaTennessee
1996NebraskaVirginia Tech
1995Florida StateNotre Dame
1994NebraskaMiami, Fla.
1993Florida StateNebraska
1992Florida StateNebraska
1991Miami, Fla.Nebraska
1990ColoradoNotre Dame
1989Notre DameColorado
1988Miami, Fla.Nebraska
1987Miami, Fla.Oklahoma
1986OklahomaArkansas
1985OklahomaPenn State
1984WashingtonOklahoma
1983Miami, Fla.Nebraska
1982NebraskaLSU
1981ClemsonNebraska
1980OklahomaFlorida State
1979OklahomaFlorida State
1978OklahomaNebraska
1977ArkansasOklahoma
1976Ohio StateColorado
1975OklahomaMichigan
1974Notre DameAlabama
1973Penn StateLSU
1972NebraskaNotre Dame
1971NebraskaAlabama
1970NebraskaLSU
1969Penn StateMissouri
1968Penn StateKansas
1967OklahomaTennessee
1966FloridaGeorgia Tech
1965AlabamaNebraska
1964TexasAlabama
1963NebraskaAuburn
1962AlabamaOklahoma
1961LSUColorado
1960MissouriNavy
1959GeorgiaMissouri
1958OklahomaSyracuse
1957OklahomaDuke
1956ColoradoClemson
1955OklahomaMaryland
1954DukeNebraska
1953OklahomaMaryland
1952AlabamaSyracuse
1951Georgia TechBaylor
1950ClemsonMiami, Fla.
1949Santa ClaraKentucky
1948TexasGeorgia
1947Georgia TechKansas
1946RiceTennessee
1945Miami, Fla.Holy Cross
1944TulsaGeorgia Tech
1943LSUTexas AM
1942AlabamaBoston College
1941GeorgiaTCU
1940Mississippi StateGeorgetown
1939Georgia TechMissouri
1938TennesseeOklahoma
1937AuburnMichigan State
1936DuquesneMississippi State
1935CatholicMississippi
1934BucknellMiami, Fla.

The first of the college bowl games to be played at night, the Orange Bowl has either started or finished at night each year beginning with the January 1, 1965 game. After playing on January 1 or later every year but one since its inception through the 2013 season game, the Orange Bowl has become a late December contest since 2014. For the fourth straight year the game will take place before the New Year.

Starting with the 2006 season, the bowl has exclusivity with the ACC and has become known as the Home of the ACC Champion. The first game under the new agreement saw ACC champ Wake Forest, which beat Georgia Tech in the conference championship game, fall 24-13 to Louisville.

With ACC champ Clemson taking part in the CFP semifinals, Florida State was invited to play in last season’s game. It was the Seminoles’ 10th appearance in the bowl and they evened their record by giving the ACC its fifth consecutive win. Despite the current winning streak, the conference still has a losing record in the game at 11-14.

The No. 1 ranked team in the country has played in the Orange Bowl 16 times during its history and has won the last seven outings. Clemson entered the 2015 game as the top-ranked team and defeated Oklahoma in a CFP semifinal game. The No. 1 team was taken down four times in a seven-year span from 1984 to 1990.

After nearly six decades at the Miami Orange Bowl Stadium, the game moved to its current location for the 1996 season playing. The 1999 game between Florida and Syracuse had to be moved back to its namesake with the NFL’s Dolphins hosting a playoff game on the same day.

Most All-Time Wins at Orange Bowl

Wins Team Years Won
12Oklahoma1953, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1967, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1985, 1986, 2000
8Nebraska1963, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1982, 1994, 1996, 1997
6Miami, Fla.1945, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1991, 2003
5Florida State1992, 1993, 1995, 2012, 2016
4Alabama1942, 1952, 1962, 1965
4Clemson1950, 1981, 2013, 2015
4Georgia Tech1939, 1947, 1951, 2014
4Penn State1968, 1969, 1973, 2005

The Orange Bowl has seen plenty in its 83 years. On January 1, 1965, the contest between No. 1 ranked Alabama and No. 5 Texas was the first bowl game to be televised in primetime. NBC did the honors starting a tradition that has seen the game either start or finish at night every year since. The 2017 edition will continue that trend with an 8 p.m. ET kickoff.

Given the games long-standing arrangement with the Big 8, that conference has made the most appearances, even though the league dissolved in 1996. Oklahoma holds the record for games and wins with 11 of the Sooners’ 12 victories and 16 of their 19 appearances coming as Big 8 members. OU has appeared three times as a member of the Big 12.

The hometown Miami Hurricanes have appeared in nine Orange Bowls and were a regular in the mid-1980s through the mid-1990s. UM played five times in that stretch and faced Nebraska four times, winning three. The Cornhuskers appeared six times in the same span and played in four straight. However, they went just 1-5 and are 8-9 overall appearing in the second-most games.

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