Betting 101: 2023-24 New Year’s Six Bowls

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The 2023-24 New Year’s Six bowls have been announced and there are some great matchups featuring the best teams in college football. The 2023-24 New Year’s Six Bowls start on December 29th 2023 and conclude on January 1st 2024. The NCAAF National Championship is on January 8th 2024.

More sports bettors wager on the New Year’s Six Bowls than any other CFB games during the season.

We understand that it’s common for football fans to bet on the New Year’s Six bowls even if they don’t bet on college football the rest of the year. We’re here to ensure it’s a profitable experience for you.

How to Bet on the New Year’s Six Bowls

Are you completely new to college football betting? The first step to success is understanding how to read the odds for the different bet types. We recommend reading our NCAA football odds guide first.

That page will also list the updated odds for the New Year’s Six bowls as we get closer to the games.

The next step is opening a Sports Hub account (currently free). Not only will you be able to access expert New Year’s Six bowls predictions, but you’ll be able to analyze consensus betting reports for each game.

The consensus report will show you where the public and sharps are betting the New Year’s Six bowls.

Six of our handicappers made over $1000 in profit betting on NCAAF this season already.

2023 Cotton Bowl Odds and Betting Trends

Missouri (10-2 / 8-4 ATS) will take on Ohio State (11-1 / 6-5-1 ATS) in the 2023 Cotton Bowl.

  • When: Friday, December 29th 2023 at 8:00 PM ET
  • Where: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
  • Moneyline Odds: Missouri (-115) vs. Ohio State (-105)
  • Point Spread Odds: Missouri -1 (-108) vs. Ohio State +1 (-112)
  • Game Total Odds: Over 49 Points (-110) vs. Under 49 Points (-110)

The Buckeyes will be without QB Kyle McCord and potentially more players will opt out.

Since 2000, favorites are 14-7-2 ATS in the Cotton Bowl. Tulane upset USC (46-45) last year, but prior to that the favorite was on a 5-0 ATS run. The over/under is 9-14 since 2000, but three of the last four have gone over the total. Favorites of -3 or less are on an 0-3 (0-3 ATS) run in the Cotton Bowl.

2023 Peach Bowl Odds and Betting Trends

Ole Miss (10-2 / 7-4-1 ATS) will take on Penn State (10-2 / 9-3 ATS) in the 2023 Peach Bowl.

  • When: Saturday, December 30th 2023 at 12:00 PM ET
  • Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia
  • Moneyline Odds: Ole Miss (+150) vs. Penn State (-180)
  • Point Spread Odds: Ole Miss +4 (-112) vs. Penn State -4 (-108)
  • Game Total Odds: Over 48.5 Points (-110) vs. Under 48.5 Points (-110)

Most starters are expected to play in this New Year’s Six Bowl and sharps have been targeting PSU.

Underdogs have gone 12-11 (15-8 ATS) in the Peach Bowl since 2000, however, the last time a dog won SU was back in 2018. Underdogs are 4-2 ATS in the last six years. The over/under record is 9-14 since 2000, but three of the last five Peach Bowls have ended up going over the game total.

2023 Orange Bowl Odds and Betting Trends

Georgia (12-1 / 5-8 ATS) will take on Florida State (13-0 / 8-5 ATS) in the 2023 Orange Bowl.

  • When: Saturday, December 30th 2023 at 4:00 PM ET
  • Where: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida
  • Moneyline Odds: Georgia (-675) vs. Florida State (+490)
  • Point Spread Odds: Georgia -14.5 (-108) vs. Florida State +14.5 (-112)
  • Game Total Odds: Over 44.5 Points (-110) vs. Under 44.5 Points (-110)

This New Year’s Six bowl matchup could have easily been one of the CFP semifinal games.

Favorites are just 10-13 ATS in the Orange Bowl since 2000, but favorites are 5-1 (4-2 ATS) in the last six Orange Bowls. Tennessee upset Clemson (31-14) last year. The over/under record is 8-15 since 2000. The under has hit in five consecutive Orange Bowls. Will that trend continue this year?

2024 Fiesta Bowl Odds and Betting Trends

Liberty (13-0 / 9-4 ATS) will take on Oregon (11-2 / 10-3 ATS) in the 2024 Fiesta Bowl.

  • When: Monday, January 1st 2024 at 1:00 PM ET
  • Where: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona
  • Moneyline Odds: Liberty (+600) vs. Oregon (-900)
  • Point Spread Odds: Liberty +17 (-110) vs. Oregon -17 (-110)
  • Game Total Odds: Over 67 Points (-110) vs. Under 67 Points (-110)

This New Year’s Six bowl game features the biggest favorite (Oregon) against a non-power five team.

Favorites are 11-12 ATS since 2000 in the Fiesta Bowl. Favorites were on a 5-0 ATS run, but TCU upset Michigan (51-45) last season. The over/under record is 13-10 since 2000. The over is on a 7-3 run in the last ten years. The over has hit the last two years in the Fiesta Bowl. Will this huge total hit as well?

2024 Rose Bowl Odds and Betting Trends

Alabama (12-1 / 9-4 ATS) will take on Michigan (13-0 / 7-5-1 ATS) in the 2024 Rose Bowl.

  • When: Monday, January 1st 2024 at 5:00 PM ET
  • Where: Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California
  • Moneyline Odds: Alabama (+102) vs. Michigan (-122)
  • Point Spread Odds: Alabama +1.5 (-110) vs. Michigan -1.5 (-110)
  • Game Total Odds: Over 44.5 Points (-110) vs. Under 44.5 Points (-110)

The winner of this New Year’s Six bowl will advance to the 2024 National Championship Game.

Favorites have gone 10-13 ATS in the Rose Bowl since 2000. Underdogs are on a 4-2 ATS run in the last six years. Penn State cashed as a -1 favorite in last season’s Rose Bowl against Utah. The over/under is sitting at 13-10 since 2000, but seven of the last nine Rose Bowls have gone over the total.

2024 Sugar Bowl Odds and Betting Trends

Texas (12-1 / 7-5-1 ATS) will take on Washington (13-0 / 6-6-1 ATS) in the 2024 Sugar Bowl.

  • When: Monday, January 1st 2024 at 8:45 PM ET
  • Where: Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Moneyline Odds: Texas (-185) vs. Washington (+154)
  • Point Spread Odds: Texas -4 (-110) vs. Washington +4 (-110)
  • Game Total Odds: Over 63.5 Points (-110) vs. Under 63.5 Points (-110)

The winner of this New Year’s Six bowl will also advance to the 2024 National Championship Game.

Favorites have gone 12-10-1 ATS since 2000 in the Sugar Bowl. Favorites are 5-3 ATS in the last eight Sugar Bowls, but underdogs are 3-2 ATS in the last five. The over/under record is 9-14 since 2000 in this New Year’s Six bowl. Six of the last eight Sugar Bowls have gone under the game total.

How to Access New Year’s Six Bowls Predictions

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