College football bowl game odds: Georgia vies for a championship repeat
Georgia and Michigan, who met in last year's College Football Playoff, are back in the title hunt this bowl season. Photo by Lynne Sladky/AP.

Another wild and wonderful college football season is drawing to a close, but fortunately the best part is what's saved for last. It's bowl season, and there are a ton of matchups still to be played.

The latest: The College Football Playoff semifinals won't kick off until New Year's Eve, but we've had bowl action to enjoy from mid-December onward. From the Huskies to the Horned Frogs, keep an eye out for all the schools left to play.

We've broken down the college football bowl game odds based on when each game takes place.

College football bowl game odds

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DateAwayHomeSpreadO/U
Dec. 27Memphis TigersUtah St. AggiesUM -7.558
Dec. 27Coastal Carolina ChanticleersEast Carolina PiratesECU -766
Dec. 27Wisconsin BadgersOklahoma St. CowboysUW -444.5
Dec. 28UCF KnightsDuke Blue DevilsDuke -3.562.5
Dec. 28Kansas JayhawksArkansas RazorbacksUA -2.568.5
Dec. 28Oregon DucksUNC Tar HeelsUO -1475
Dec. 28Texas Tech Red RaidersOle Miss. RebelsMiss -3.571
Dec. 29Syracuse OrangeMinnesota Golden GophersUM -1042.5
Dec. 29Oklahoma SoonersFlorida St. SeminolesFSU -9.566
Dec. 29Texas LonghornsWashington HuskiesUT -3.567.5
Dec. 30Maryland TerrapinsN.C. St. WolfpackPICK46.5
Dec. 30Pittsburgh PanthersUCLA BruinsUCLA -653.5
Dec. 30Notre Dame Fighting IrishSouth Carolina GamecocksND -2.551.5
Dec. 30Ohio BobcatsWyoming CowboysOU -142.5
Dec. 31Iowa HawkeyesKentucky WildcatsIA -1.531
Jan. 2Miss. St. BulldogsIllinois Fighting IlliniMSU -146
Jan. 2LSU TigersPurdue BoilermakersLSU -14.556.5

Odds as of 1:10 p.m. ET on 12/27/2022.

Below are the odds to win the college football national championship.

SchoolOddsBet now
Georgia Bulldogs-152Add to betslip
Michigan Wolverines+200Add to betslip
Ohio State Buckeyes+350Add to betslip
TCU Horned Frogs+1,600Add to betslip

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Alamo Bowl: Texas Longhorns (-3.5) vs. Washington Huskies

Par for the course in recent history, Texas stumbled through another season of what-ifs.

A one-point loss to then-No. 1 Alabama. One-score losses to No. 3 TCU and then-No. 11 Oklahoma State.

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To avoid embarrassment in Steve Sarkisian's second year at the helm, Texas will have to defeat a Washington squad that hasn't lost since Oct. 8. The Huskies have also put up 50-plus points in consecutive games.

Gator Bowl: Notre Dame Fighting Irish (-2.5) vs. South Carolina Gamecocks

Notre Dame has some great wins (Clemson, BYU) and some horrid losses (Marshall, Stanford). Now it walks into a Gator Bowl matchup against a team playing with its hair on fire.

South Carolina slammed the door on Tennessee's playoff hopes last month in a 63-38 win, and the Gamecocks followed that up by ending Clemson's CFP dreams a week later.

It's been a trying year for Oklahoma transfer Spencer Rattler, but he's led the Gamecocks to greatness in his past two starts with 798 passing yards and nine total TDs.

College football bowl game odds: New Year's Six bowls

DateAwayHomeSpreadO/U
Dec. 30Tennessee VolunteersClemson TigersCLEM -4.563.5
Dec. 31Alabama Crimson TideKansas St. WildcatsALA -5.556.5
Dec. 31TCU Horned FrogsMichigan WolverinesUM -858.5
Dec. 31Ohio St. BuckeyesGeorgia BulldogsUGA -762
Jan. 2Tulane Green WaveUSC TrojansUSC -1.562.5
Jan. 2Penn St. Nittany LionsUtah UtesUT -2.552.5

Fiesta Bowl: TCU Horned Frogs vs. Michigan Wolverines (-8)

An overtime loss in the Big 12 championship game didn't end TCU's title chances, but it certainly cast some doubt on the team's Cinderella-esque run. At 25.0 points allowed per game, TCU has the worst scoring defence among the CFP contenders — by a mile.

Michigan hasn't finished a season unblemished in this millennium, and it only has one bowl win under Jim Harbaugh's tutelage (Citrus Bowl, 2015).

Dominant wins over Ohio State and Purdue to conclude the season should buoy the Maize and Blue's confidence, though. Eleven of the Wolverines' 13 wins came by multiple scores.

Peach Bowl: Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Georgia Bulldogs (-7)

The Buckeyes were the No. 4 seed en route to winning the inaugural CFP, and they're hoping for a similar story this time.

Georgia, the reigning champion, lost several key contributors on both sides of the ball last offseason. But that didn't stop the Bulldogs from building the second-ranked scoring defence (12.8 points allowed/game) or rolling out a Heisman finalist quarterback.

As Ohio State aims to prove that its blowout loss to Michigan was a fluke, Georgia will try to go back-to-back with several new faces in uniform.

Rose Bowl: Penn St. Nittany Lions vs. Utah Utes (-2.5)

If we could fast-forward a couple of years to have a 12-team CFP format, Utah would probably be a trendy pick to make a deep run.

The Utes upset USC in the Pac-12 championship, derailing the Trojans' playoff hopes and earning their second Rose Bowl invite in as many seasons.

Utah's lead tailback Tavion Thomas has declared for the NFL Draft, which complicates matters a bit. On the other side sits a Penn State team that lost its two biggest games this year by a combined 37 points.

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