The SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl is set to kick off on Dec. 17 at 2:30 p.m. ET/11:30 a.m. PT during the 2022-23 College Football Bowl Season. The game annually is held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas and will be broadcast on ABC. This year, the No. 14 Oregon State Beavers (9-3) take on the Florida Gators (6-6). Below, we’ll look at Las Vegas Bowl odds and bowl history.
Las Vegas Bowl odds: Oregon State Vs. Florida
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Oregon State is a large favorite against Florida in the Las Vegas Bowl after opening at -7.5. Briefly, this line dropped to Beavers -3.5, but skyrocketed after Florida star Anthony Richardson declared for the NFL Draft. Backup QB Jalen Kitna was dismissed from the team, as well, leaving the player with the most pass attempts on the team remaining running back Montrell Johnson (one).
Redshirt sophomore Jack Miller may be the starter for this game after transferring in from Ohio State this past offseason. He is a touted four-star recruit from Phoenix with 14 career pass attempts.
Further skepticism in the Gators stems from Billy Napier, who is 1-3 against the spread in bowl games and a Florida team that’s visibly quit in lower-tiered bowls in the recent past.
Oregon State, under terrific coach Jonathan Smith, will likely be a popular high confidence pool pick. At on the moneyline, they have a >75% chance to win this game. The over/under is set at points.
Notable Opt Outs
Florida: QB Anthony Richardson, OG O’Cyrus Torrence, LB, Ventrell Miller, LB Brenton Cox (dismissed from team), WR Justin Shorter
Oregon State: None
Las Vegas Bowl betting
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Last year, Wisconsin filled the shoes of a vacant SEC berth to play Arizona State of the Pac-12. The Badgers were seven-point favorites, a number that pushed when Wisconsin won 20-13. Even a conservative 42-point over/under wasn’t low enough and the point total went under.
Freshman running back Braelon Allen took 29 carries for 159 yards, but he was unable to find pay dirt in the game. Arizona State’s Jayden Daniels picked up 199 total yards in his final game as a Sun Devil before transferring to LSU in the offseason. Kickers were the one doing the literal leg work in this game, with four of them being netted between the two teams.
This bowl hasn’t been kind to underdogs lately, as favorites covered nine of the last 12 outings. The last two underdogs to cover– Boise State in 2017 and San Diego State in 2016– also won outright in convincing fashion. Three straight unders have also cashed, with the game not being played in 2020.
The Las Vegas Bowl has been predominantly a matchup between the Pac-12 and Mountain West. For the first five years of the bowl, it was between the MAC and the Big West until the Big West stopped sponsoring football in 2000. BYU has the most appearances with six, where they’ve covered the spread three times.
Below are historical results of the Las Vegas Bowl.
The first Las Vegas Bowl was played in 1992, where Bowling Green beat Nevada with a thrilling 35-34 finish.
|December 17, 2022||No. 14 Oregon State||30||Florida||3|
|December 30, 2021||Wisconsin||20||Arizona State||13|
|December 21, 2019||Washington||3||No. 18 Boise State||7|
|December 15, 2018||No. 19 Fresno State||31||Arizona State||20|
|December 16, 2017||No. 25 Boise State||38||Oregon||28|
|December 17, 2016||San Diego State||34||Houston||10|
|December 19, 2015||No. 20 Utah||35||BYU||28|
|December 20, 2014||No. 23 Utah||45||Colorado State||10|
|December 21, 2013||USC||45||No. 21 Fresno State||20|
|December 22, 2012||No. 20 Boise State||28||Washington||26|
|December 22, 2011||No. 8 Boise State||56||Arizona State||24|
|December 22, 2010||No. 10 Boise State||26||No. 20 Utah||3|
|December 22, 2009||No. 15 BYU||44||No. 16 Oregon State||20|
|December 20, 2008||Arizona||31||No. 17 BYU||21|
|December 22, 2007||No. 19 BYU||17||UCLA||16|
|December 21, 2006||No. 19 BYU||38||Oregon||8|
|December 22, 2005||California||35||BYU||28|
|December 23, 2004||Wyoming||24||UCLA||21|
|December 24, 2003||Oregon State||55||New Mexico||14|
|December 25, 2002||UCLA||27||New Mexico||13|
|December 25, 2001||Utah||10||USC||6|
|December 21, 2000||UNLV||31||Arkansas||14|
|December 18, 1999||Utah||17||Fresno State||16|
|December 19, 1998||North Carolina||20||San Diego State||13|
|December 20, 1997||Oregon||41||No. 23 Air Force||13|
|December 18, 1996||Nevada||18||Ball State||15|
|December 14, 1995||No. 25 Toledo||40||Nevada||37/OT|
|December 15, 1994||UNLV||52||Central Michigan||24|
|December 17, 1993||Utah State||42||Ball State||33|
|December 18, 1992||Bowling Green||35||Nevada||34|
When is the 2022 Las Vegas Bowl?
The 2022 Las Vegas Bowl will be played on Dec. 17, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT.
Where is the Las Vegas Bowl?
The Las Vegas Bowl is now played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. The game moved there in 2021 after it opened and was previously played at Sam Boyd Stadium– former home of UNLV.
Who is playing in the 2022 Las Vegas Bowl?
Oregon State takes on Florida in the 2022 Las Vegas Bowl.