College Football Bowl SZN Spreads, Moneyline Odds & Over-Under Totals

College Football Bowl SZN Spreads, Moneyline Odds & Over-Under Totals

The College Football Bowl season kicks-off in a few days. If you are betting on any bowl games keep reading for which betting spreads, moneyline odds and over-under totals are trending after ten days of betting.

Bowl Season Spreads, Moneyline Odds & Over-Under Totals

Saturday, Dec. 21, 2019

New Orleans Bowl
UAB (9-4) vs. Appalachian State (12-1)
at 9:00 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Spread: Appalachian State -16½
Moneyline: UAB +550
Total: 48

Appalachian State averages almost two touchdowns per game more than UAB in this matchup while also owning the superior defense in this pairing. The Mountaineers won their final six regular season contests while UAB enters the 2019 New Orleans Bowl coming off an embarrassing 49-6 smackdown against Florida Atlantic. Appalachian State caps off its fine season in style!

Las Vegas Bowl
Boise State (12-1) vs. Washington (7-5)
at 7:30 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Spread: Washington -3½
Moneyline: Boise State +155
Total: 50

Boise State won six straight to cap off the regular season. While Washington managed to get past Washington State 31-13 in their finale, the Huskies has also lost three of their final five games and four of seven overall. Washington has the bigger profile and plays against better competition in the PAC-12, but Boise State has only one loss and the Broncos look quite prepared to hang with their opponents in the 2019 Las Vegas Bowl

Boca Raton Bowl
FAU (10-3) vs. SMU (10-2)
at 3:30 PM ET
TV: ABC
Spread: SMU -3½
Moneyline: Florida Atlantic +140
Total: 70

While Florida Atlantic won their finale six games of the season, 75 percent of public bettors are currently backing the favored Mustangs in the Boca Raton Bowl. SMU plays against a far more difficult list of conference opponents than FAU does and that jump up in competition will be just a bit too much for the Owls to handle.

New Mexico Bowl
Central Michigan (8-5) vs. San Diego State (9-3)
at 2:00 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Spread: San Diego State -3½
Moneyline: Central Michigan +155
Total: 40½

While both of these teams won six of their final eight, Central Michigan comes into the New Mexico Bowl off a humbling 26-21 loss to Miami (Ohio) in its finale while San Diego State shut down BYU en route to a 13-3 win in their finale. With a defense that ranks a stupendous fourth in points allowed (12.8 ppg), the Aztecs are the pick to get it done in this one!

Monday, Dec. 23, 2019

Gasparilla Bowl
Marshall (8-4) vs. UCF (9-3)
at 2:30 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Spread: UCF -17½
Moneyline: Marshall +600
Total: 61½

Central Florida and Marshall both won five of their final six regular season contests, but the Knights average almost 18 points per game more than the Thundering Herd. UCF also has the better statistical defense in this affair, making the Knights the easy pick to get it done in this one.

Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019

Hawaii Bowl
BYU (7-5) vs. Hawaii (9-5)
at 8:00 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Spread: BYU -2
Moneyline: Hawaii +110
Total: 64

Hawaii had its four-game winning streak snapped in their 31-10 loss against Boise State in their finale. BYU had its five-game winning streak snapped in its humbling 13-3 loss against San Diego State. The Cougars have the far better defense in this bowl game pairing, but Hawaii looks like a team that can turn this one into a field goal finish.

Friday, Dec. 27, 2019

Holiday Bowl
Iowa (9-3) vs. USC (8-4)
at 8:00 PM ET
TV: FS1
Spread: Iowa -2
Moneyline: USC +110
Total: 52

Both teams in this matchup won their final three regular season contests, but Iowa was far more impressive against it far better Big Ten rivals than the Trojans were playing in a mediocre PAC-12 this season. Iowa’s excellent defense gets it done to reach the double-digit win mark.

Texas Bowl
Texas A&M (7-5) vs. Oklahoma State (8-4)
at 6:45 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Spread: Texas A&M -7
Moneyline: Oklahoma State +215
Total: 54

Texas A&M might be favored by a touchdown, but the Aggies got humbled in consecutive season-ending losses against Georgia and LSU in the powerful SEC. Oklahoma State lost four of their final 10 games while allowing 34 points or more in each defeat. Texas A&M will manage to take care of business in the Texas Bowl, but I like the Cowboys to keep it close, mostly because Texas A&M has been wildly inconsistent all season long.

Saturday, Dec. 28, 2019

Camping World Bowl
Iowa State (7-5) vs. Notre Dame (10-2)
at 12:00 PM ET
TV: ABC
Spread: Notre Dame -3½
Moneyline: Iowa State +150
Total: 54½

Notre dame might not have live up to their national championship hopes, but the Irish enter this contest riding the wave of a five-game winning streak that includes a statement-making 45-24 smackdown of Stanford in its finale. Iowa State dropped three of its last five and although the Cyclones have an elite defense, they just don’t have enough offensive firepower to keep pack against the Irish.

Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019

Liberty Bowl
Kansas State (8-4) vs. Navy (9-2)
at 3:45 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Spread: Navy -2½
Moneyline: Kansas State +120
Total: 52

Navy won 10 games this season including three straight to close out the regular season. K-State won its final two games and managed to pull off one of the biggest upsets of the season by beating national championship-hopeful Oklahoma. The Wildcats play a far better brand of opponents and they’ve gone a near-perfect 6-1 ATS in their last seven games. K-State wins outright to cover the chalk as a slight underdog.