Rose Bowl Odds With Point Spread, Moneyline And Total For 2023 Game

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The 2023 edition of the Rose Bowl kicks off on Jan. 2, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. ET/2:00 p.m. PT from Pasadena, Calif. The Pac-12 Champion Utah Utes (10-3) square off against the Penn State Nittany Lions (10-3)– the highest-ranked Big Ten team not in the College Football Playoff. On this page you will find Rose Bowl odds and details about The Granddaddy Of Them All. Next season, the Rose Bowl will be a CFP semifinal matchup as the New Year’s Six bowls rotate.

Rose Bowl odds: Penn State Vs. Utah

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Rose Bowl betting

Last year’s game was a real treat for college football fans. The Pac-12 champion Utah Utes appeared in their first ever Rose Bowl against the Ohio State Buckeyes – appearing in their 15th Rose Bowl. Ohio State was a four-point favorite and the over/under was set at 64. Utah jumped out to a hot start, but Ohio State traded blows and won the game 48-45 on a walk-off field goal. Utah covered +4 and 93 combined points went well over the posted total.

Most memorable from the game was Buckeye star Jaxon Smith-Njigba, who connected with QB CJ Stroud 15 times for 347 yards and three touchdowns. JSN smashed Rose Bowl, postseason, and school records in the breakout performance. Counterpart Marvin Harrison Jr. also hauled in three touchdows.

For Utah, it was veteran receiver and returnman Britain Covey who returned a kickoff for a touchdown and was on the receiving end of another. The back-and-forth shootout performance from both teams cemented last year’s chapter as an instant classic.

Previous Years

2021 was the last time the Rose Bowl was a CFP semifinal game, which was between No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Notre Dame. This was the first Rose Bowl to be held outside of Pasadena, instead played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Notre Dame was a 19.5-point underdog, which they covered, but lost the game 31-14.

Favorites have not covered the last four Rose Bowl games, with the last being 2017 Georgia (-2.5). Overs are 4-1 in the last five games, with the only under being the aforementioned 2021 semifinal matchup.

Rose Bowl results and betting history

Below are historical results of the Rose Bowl. Games marked with an asterisk indicate a CFP semifinal matchup.

The first Rose Bowl was played in 1902 between Michigan and Stanford. The Wolverines won 49-0.

DateWinnerScoreLoserScore
January 1, 2022#6 Ohio State48#11 Utah45
January 1, 2021#1 Alabama*31#4 Notre Dame14
January 1, 2020#7 Oregon28#11 Wisconsin27
January 1, 2019#5 Ohio State28#9 Washington23
January 1, 2018#3 Georgia*54#2 Oklahoma48
January 2, 2017#9 USC52#5 Penn State49
January 1, 2016#5 Stanford45#6 Iowa16
January 1, 2015#3 Oregon*59#2 Florida State20
January 1, 2014#4 Michigan State24#5 Stanford20
January 1, 2013#8 Stanford20#23 Wisconsin14
January 2, 2012#6 Oregon45#9 Wisconsin38
January 1, 2011#3 TCU21#4 Wisconsin19
January 1, 2010#8 Ohio State26#7 Oregon17
January 1, 2009#5 USC38#6 Penn State24
January 1, 2008#6 USC49#13 Illinois17
January 1, 2007#8 USC32#3 Michigan18
January 4, 2006#2 Texas41#1 USC38
January 1, 2005#6 Texas38#13 Michigan37
January 1, 2004#1 USC28#4 Michigan14
January 1, 2003#8 Oklahoma34#7 Washington State14
January 3, 2002#1 Miami (FL)37#4 Nebraska14
January 1, 2001#4 Washington34#14 Purdue24
January 1, 2000#4 Wisconsin17#22 Stanford9
January 1, 1999#9 Wisconsin38#6 UCLA31
January 1, 1998#1 Michigan21#8 Washington State16
January 1, 1997#4 Ohio State20#2 Arizona State17
January 1, 1996#17 USC41#3 Northwestern32
January 2, 1995#2 Penn State38#12 Oregon20
January 1, 1994#9 Wisconsin21#14 UCLA16
January 1, 1993#7 Michigan38#9 Washington31
January 1, 1992#2 Washington34#4 Michigan14
January 1, 1991#8 Washington46#17 Iowa34
January 1, 1990#12 USC17#3 Michigan10
January 2, 1989#11 Michigan22#5 USC14
January 1, 1988#8 Michigan State20#16 USC17
January 1, 1987#7 Arizona State22#4 Michigan15
January 1, 1986#13 UCLA45#4 Iowa28
January 1, 1985#18 USC20#6 Ohio State17
January 2, 1984UCLA45#4 Illinois9
January 1, 1983#5 UCLA24#19 Michigan14
January 1, 1982#12 Washington28#13 Iowa0
January 1, 1981#5 Michigan23#16 Washington6
January 1, 1980#3 USC17#1 Ohio State16
January 1, 1979#3 USC17#5 Michigan10
January 2, 1978#13 Washington27#4 Michigan20
January 1, 1977#3 USC14#2 Michigan6
January 1, 1976#11 UCLA23#1 Ohio State10
January 1, 1975#5 USC18#3 Ohio State17
January 1, 1974#4 Ohio State42#7 USC21
January 1, 1973#1 USC42#3 Ohio State17
January 1, 1972#16 Stanford13#4 Michigan12
January 1, 1971#12 Stanford27#2 Ohio State17
January 1, 1970#5 USC10#7 Michigan3
January 1, 1969#1 Ohio State27#2 USC16
January 1, 1968#1 USC14#4 Indiana3
January 2, 1967#7 Purdue14USC13
January 1, 1966#5 UCLA14#1 Michigan State12
January 1, 1965#4 Michigan34#8 Oregon State7
January 1, 1964#3 Illinois17Washington7
January 1, 1963#1 USC42#2 Wisconsin37
January 1, 1962#6 Minnesota21#16 UCLA3
January 2, 1961#6 Washington17#1 Minnesota7
January 1, 1960#8 Washington44#6 Wisconsin8
January 1, 1959#2 Iowa38#16 California12
January 1, 1958#2 Ohio State10Oregon7
January 1, 1957#3 Iowa35#10 Oregon State19
January 2, 1956#2 Michigan State17#4 UCLA14
January 1, 1955#1 Ohio State20#17 USC7
January 1, 1954#3 Michigan State28#5 UCLA20
January 1, 1953#5 USC7#11 Wisconsin0
January 1, 1952#4 Illinois40#7 Stanford7
January 1, 1951#9 Michigan14#5 California6
January 2, 1950#6 Ohio State17#3 California14
January 1, 1949#7 Northwestern20#4 California14
January 1, 1948#2 Michigan49#8 USC0
January 1, 1947#5 Illinois45#4 UCLA14
January 1, 1946#2 Alabama34#11 USC14
January 1, 1945#7 USC25#12 Tennessee0
January 1, 1944USC29#12 Washington0
January 1, 1943#2 Georgia9#13 UCLA0
January 1, 1942#12 Oregon State20#2 Duke16
January 1, 1941#2 Stanford21#7 Nebraska13
January 1, 1940#3 USC14#2 Tennessee0
January 2, 1939#7 USC7#3 Duke3
January 1, 1938#2 California13#4 Alabama0
January 1, 1937#3 Pittsburgh21#5 Washington0
January 1, 1936Stanford7SMU0
January 1, 1935Alabama29Stanford13
January 1, 1934Columbia7Stanford0
January 2, 1933USC35Pittsburgh0
January 1, 1932USC21Tulane12
January 1, 1931Alabama24Washington State0
January 1, 1930USC47Pittsburgh14
January 1, 1929Georgia Tech8California7
January 2, 1928Stanford7Pittsburgh6
January 1, 1927Alabama7Stanford7
January 1, 1926Alabama20Washington19
January 1, 1925Notre Dame27Stanford10
January 1, 1924Navy14Washington14
January 1, 1923USC14Penn State3
January 2, 1922California0Washington & Jefferson0
January 1, 1921California28Ohio State0
January 1, 1920Harvard7Oregon6
January 1, 1919Great Lakes – US Navy17Mare Island – USMC0
January 1, 1918Mare Island – USMC19Camp Lewis – US Army7
January 1, 1917Oregon14Penn0
January 1, 1916Washington State14Brown0
January 1, 1902Michigan49Stanford0

FAQ

When is the 2023 Rose Bowl?

The 2023 Rose Bowl will be played on Jan. 2, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. ET.

Where is the Rose Bowl?

The Rose Bowl is played annually at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif.

Who is playing in the 2023 Rose Bowl?

Utah locked up their spot in the Rose Bowl after upsetting USC in the Pac-12 Championship game while Penn State secured their spot after both Michigan and Ohio State were selected for the CFP.