Sugar Bowl Odds With Point Spread, Moneyline And Total For 2022 Game

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This year’s Allstate Sugar Bowl kicks off Dec. 31, 2022 at noon ET from Caesars Superdome in New Orleans on ESPN. The game is between the Big 12 Champion Kansas State Wildcats (10-3) and the Alabama Crimson Tide (10-2). This page serves up Sugar Bowl odds for this year’s game along with betting history and historical results.

Next season, the Sugar Bowl will be a CFP semifinal along with the Rose Bowl.

Sugar Bowl odds: Alabama Vs. Kansas State

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Last year, the Baylor Bears were one-point underdogs to the Ole Miss Rebels in the Sugar Bowl. Dave Aranda– in his second year with Baylor– led his team past Ole Miss 21-7 to secure Baylor’s first Sugar Bowl win since 1957. The Rebels were onto backup QB Luke Altmyer after Heisman candidate Matt Corral went down with an injury.

It was Baylor’s defense that led the way all season and that was no different in this game. They held Ole Miss to just 3.7 yards per play and forced three turnovers in the game. Despite the Bears passing for just 40 total yards, they out-gained Ole Miss on the per-play basis, and broke a 0-0 tie in the second quarter with a 96-yard pick six.

The game went well under its over/under of 59 points, managing just 28 total.

Previous Years

Underdogs have fared well recently in the Sugar Bowl. Aside from Baylor in 2021, Georgia in 2019 and Texas in 2018 were underdogs that won their game outright. The last two Sugar Bowls to be a semifinal game (2020, 2017) saw favorites both win and cover, neither of which were particularly close.

In the first-ever CFP, No. 1 Alabama was favored over No. 4 Ohio State by 7.5 points, a game which Ohio State won outright thanks to an 85-yard TD run by Ezekiel Elliott, dubbed “85 Yards Through The Heart Of The South.” The Buckeyes would go on to win the National Championship that season.

Six of the last seven Sugar Bowl games went under their point total, with the exception being the 2020 CFP semifinal between Ohio State and Clemson.

Sugar Bowl results and betting history

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

The first ever Sugar Bowl was played in 1935, where Tulane beat Temple 20-14. The game was played at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans for the first 40 editions before moving to the Superdome in 1975.

DateWinnerScoreLoserScore
January 1, 2022#7 Baylor21#8 Ole Miss7
January 1, 2021*#3 Ohio State49#2 Clemson28
January 1, 2020#5 Georgia26#8 Baylor14
January 1, 2019#14 Texas28#6 Georgia21
January 1, 2018*#4 Alabama24#1 Clemson6
January 2, 2017#7 Oklahoma35#17 Auburn19
January 1, 2016#16 Ole Miss48#13 Oklahoma State20
January 1, 2015*#4 Ohio State42#1 Alabama35
January 2, 2014#10 Oklahoma45#3 Alabama31
January 2, 2013#22 Louisville33#4 Florida23
January 3, 2012#13 Michigan23#17 Virginia Tech20
January 4, 2011#6 Ohio State31#8 Arkansas26
January 1, 2010#5 Florida51#4 Cincinnati24
January 2, 2009#7 Utah31#4 Alabama17
January 1, 2008#4 Georgia41#10 Hawaiʻi10
January 3, 2007#4 LSU41#11 Notre Dame14
January 2, 2006#11 West Virginia38#8 Georgia35
January 3, 2005#3 Auburn16#9 Virginia Tech13
January 4, 2004#2 LSU21#3 Oklahoma14
January 1, 2003#4 Georgia26#16 Florida State13
January 1, 2002#12 LSU47#7 Illinois34
January 2, 2001#2 Miami (Florida)37#7 Florida20
January 4, 2000#1 Florida State46#2 Virginia Tech29
January 1, 1999#3 Ohio State24#8 Texas A&M14
January 1, 1998#4 Florida State31#9 Ohio State14
January 2, 1997#3 Florida52#1 Florida State20
December 31, 1995#13 Virginia Tech28#9 Texas10
January 2, 1995#7 Florida State23#5 Florida17
January 1, 1994#8 Florida41#3 West Virginia7
January 1, 1993#2 Alabama34#1 Miami (Florida)13
January 1, 1992#18 Notre Dame39#3 Florida28
January 1, 1991#6 Tennessee23Virginia22
January 1, 1990#2 Miami (Florida)33#7 Alabama25
January 2, 1989#4 Florida State13#7 Auburn7
January 1, 1988#4 Syracuse16#6 Auburn16
January 1, 1987#6 Nebraska30#5 LSU15
January 1, 1986#8 Tennessee35#2 Miami (Florida)7
January 1, 1985#5 Nebraska28#11 LSU10
January 2, 1984#3 Auburn9#8 Michigan7
January 1, 1983#2 Penn State27#1 Georgia23
January 1, 1982#10 Pittsburgh24#2 Georgia20
January 1, 1981#1 Georgia17#7 Notre Dame10
January 1, 1980#2 Alabama24#6 Arkansas9
January 1, 1979#2 Alabama14#1 Penn State7
January 2, 1978#3 Alabama35#9 Ohio State6
January 1, 1977#1 Pittsburgh27#4 Georgia3
December 31, 1975#3 Alabama13#7 Penn State6
December 31, 1974#8 Nebraska13#18 Florida10
December 31, 1973#3 Notre Dame24#1 Alabama23
December 31, 1972#2 Oklahoma14#5 Penn State0
January 1, 1972#3 Oklahoma40#5 Auburn22
January 1, 1971#4 Tennessee34#11 Air Force13
January 1, 1970#13 Ole Miss27#3 Arkansas22
January 1, 1969#9 Arkansas16#4 Georgia2
January 1, 1968LSU20#5 Wyoming13
January 2, 1967#6 Alabama34#3 Nebraska7
January 1, 1966#6 Missouri20Florida18
January 1, 1965#7 LSU13Syracuse10
January 1, 1964#8 Alabama12#7 Ole Miss7
January 1, 1963#3 Ole Miss17#6 Arkansas13
January 1, 1962#1 Alabama10#9 Arkansas3
January 2, 1961#2 Ole Miss14Rice6
January 1, 1960#2 Ole Miss21#3 LSU0
January 1, 1959#1 LSU7#12 Clemson0
January 1, 1958#7 Ole Miss39#11 Texas7
January 1, 1957#11 Baylor13#2 Tennessee7
January 2, 1956#7 Georgia Tech7#11 Pittsburgh0
January 1, 1955#5 Navy21#6 Ole Miss0
January 1, 1954#8 Georgia Tech42#10 West Virginia19
January 1, 1953#2 Georgia Tech24#7 Ole Miss7
January 1, 1952#3 Maryland28#1 Tennessee13
January 1, 1951#7 Kentucky13#1 Oklahoma7
January 2, 1950#2 Oklahoma35#9 LSU0
January 1, 1949#5 Oklahoma14#3 North Carolina6
January 1, 1948#5 Texas27#6 Alabama7
January 1, 1947#3 Georgia20#9 North Carolina10
January 1, 1946#5 Oklahoma State33#7 Saint Mary's (CA)13
January 1, 1945#11 Duke29Alabama26
January 1, 1944#13 Georgia Tech20Tulsa18
January 1, 1943#7 Tennessee14#4 Tulsa7
January 1, 1942#6 Fordham2#7 Missouri0
January 1, 1941#4 Boston College19#6 Tennessee13
January 1, 1940#1 Texas A&M14#5 Tulane13
January 2, 1939#1 TCU15#6 Carnegie Tech7
January 1, 1938Santa Clara6LSU0
January 1, 1937Santa Clara21LSU14
January 1, 1936TCU3LSU2
January 1, 1935Tulane20Temple14

FAQ

When is the 2022 Sugar Bowl?

The 2022 Sugar Bowl will be played on Dec. 31, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. ET.

Where is the Sugar Bowl?

The Sugar Bowl is played at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, La.

Who is playing in the 2023 Sugar Bowl?

Kansas State punched their ticket to the Sugar Bowl after beating TCU in the Big 12 Championship. Alabama was designated for the bowl after not being selected for the College Football Playoff.