NCAAF 2023 Bowl Report – Michigan and Washington Advance

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We’re back with the second installment of our NCAAF 2023 bowl report. This NCAAF 2023 bowl report is
going to recap the action from December 26th 2023 to January 1st 2024.
In our first installment, underdogs dominated and won more games than favorites. Things changed in the
last week, as favorites started not only winning, but cashing against the point spread.
In the CFP semifinals, Michigan defeated Alabama (27-20) in OT and Washington defeated Texas (37-
31) on New Year’s Day. Michigan and Washington have advanced to the 2024 National Championship
game.
We’ll start by reviewing how our handicappers performed in our NCAAF 2023 bowl report.

NCAAF 2023 Bowl Report – Handicappers Review

We have numerous NCAAF handicappers step it up as bowl season progressed. The big winner for the
final week of bowl season was TonyK 3G-Sports who went undefeated since December 26th.
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Here are the handicappers results that we wanted to include in our NCAAF 2023 bowl report:
● TonyK 3G-Sports: 4-0 (+$400)
● Chris Dyer: 8-4 (+$360)
● Madjack Sports: 8-8-1 (+$335)
● Robert Ferguson: 13-9 (+$310)
● The Bookie: 5-2 (+$280)
Madjack Sports proved you don’t need a winning record to be profitable. He cashed on multiple big dogs
on the moneyline, including Memphis (+310), USC (+210) and Missouri (+165).
We’ll now recap the results from the last week in our NCAAF 2023 bowl report.

NCAAF Bowl Game Results (Dec 26th 2023 – Jan 1st 2024)

We’ll now look at all of the results for the final week of bowl season in our NCAAF 2023 bowl report.
● Quick Lane Bowl: Bowling Green (24) vs. Minnesota (30)
● SERVPRO First Responder Bowl: Texas State (45) vs. Rice (21)
● Guaranteed Rate Bowl: Kansas (49) vs. UNLV (36)
● DIRECTV Holiday Bowl: Louisville (28) vs. USC (42)
● TaxAct Texas Bowl: Texas A&M (23) vs. Oklahoma State (31)
● Military Bowl: Virginia Tech (41) vs. Tulane (20)
● Duke’s Mayo Bowl: North Carolina (10) vs. West Virginia (30)
● Valero Alamo Bowl: Arizona (38) vs. Oklahoma (24)
● Pop-Tarts Bowl: NC State (19) vs. Kansas State (28)
● Wasabi Fenway Bowl: SMU (14) vs. Boston College (23)
● Bad Boy Mowers Pinstripe Bowl: Rutgers (31) vs. Miami (24)
● Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic: Missouri (14) vs. Ohio State (3)
● Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl: Oregon State (8) vs. Notre Dame (40)
● TaxSlayer Gator Bowl: Clemson (38) vs. Kentucky (35)
● AutoZone Liberty Bowl: Iowa State (26) vs. Memphis (36)
● Capital One Orange Bowl: Georgia (63) vs. Florida State (3)
● Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: Ole Miss (38) vs. Penn State (25)
● TransPerfect Music City Bowl: Auburn (13) vs. Maryland (31)
● Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl: Toledo (15) vs. Wyoming (16)
● Prudential Rose Bowl: Alabama (20) vs. Michigan (27)
● AllState Sugar Bowl: Texas (31) vs. Washington (37)
● Vrbo Fiesta Bowl: Liberty (6) vs. Oregon (45)
● ReliaQuest Bowl: Wisconsin (31) vs. LSU (35)
● Cheez-It Citrus Bowl: Iowa (0) vs. Tennessee (35)
There was a lot of scoring in the final week of bowl season, with 62.5% of games going over. The biggest
upset was pulled off by Boston College in the Fenway Bowl, as they were +13.5 underdogs.
The two CFP semifinals were very close games that came down to the wire. Alabama took Michigan into
overtime, but Balke Corum scored a 17-yard TD to seal the victory. Texas were tied with Washington at
halftime (21-21), but the Huskies had a 10-0 run in the third quarter to take the lead. They held on to win.
That wraps up the results from the past week for our NCAAF 2023 bowl report.

NCAAF 2023 Bowl Report – Betting Trends

With all of the bowl games completed, we have compiled several trends that’ll be useful for bettors that
are looking to gain an edge next bowl season. We have trends from the last week of bowl games.
Here are the full betting trends that we wanted to include in our final NCAAF 2023 bowl report:
● Moneyline Trends: Favorites went 18-6 in bowl games from December 26th 2023 onwards. That
means favorites ended up going 26-16 straight up on the moneyline during bowl season.
● Point Spread Trends: Favorites turned things around as the bowl season progressed. Favorites
ended up going 14-10 ATS from December 26th onwards. Underdogs still ended up profitable, as
they went 23-19 ATS during bowl games. One reason is because of opt outs and transfers.
● Game Total Trends: After the over/under was split (9-9) in early bowl games, scoring picked up
and the over was 15-9 from December 26th onwards. That means the over went 24-18 during
bowl season. Blindly betting every over would have generated a nice profit.

The trends in our NCAAF 2023 bowl report can be helpful for bettors next season.

NCAAF 2023 Bowl Report – Top Performers

Our NCAAF 2023 bowl report will look at the top performers from the final week of bowl season. These
top performers all played in bowl games between December 26th 2023 and January 1st 2024.
● Darius Taylor (Minnesota): 35 carries for 208 yards and 1 TD + 2 receptions for 11 yards
● Luke Grimm (Kansas): 4 receptions for 160 yards and 3 TDs
● Lawrence Arnold (Kansas): 6 receptions for 132 yards and 3 TDs
● Isaac Guerendo (Louisville): 23 carries for 161 yards and 3 TDs + 5 receptions for 42 yards
● Rashod Evans (Oklahoma State): 10 receptions for 164 yards and 2 TDs
● Kyron Drones (Virginia Tech): 20 carries for 176 yards and 1 TD
● Bhayshul Tuten (Virginia Tech): 18 carries for 136 yards and 2 TDs
● DJ Giddens (Kansas State): 28 carries for 151 yards and 1 TD
● Thomas Castellanos (Boston College): 21 carries for 156 yards and 2 TDs
● Phil Mafah (Clemson): 11 carries for 71 yards and 4 TDs
● Jayden Higgins (Iowa State): 9 receptions for 214 yards and 1 TD
● Kendall Milton (Georgia): 9 carries for 104 yards and 2 TDs
● Jaxson Dart (Ole Miss): 25/40 for 379 yards and 3 TDs + 8 carries for 14 yards and 1 TD
● Caden Prieskorn (Ole Miss): 10 receptions for 136 yards and 2 TDs
● J.J. McCarthy (Michigan): 17/27 for 221 yards and 3 TDs + 3 carries for 25 yards
● Michael Penix Jr. (Washington): 29/38 for 430 yards and 2 TDs + 3 carries for 31 yards
● Bo Nix (Oregon): 28/35 for 363 yards and 5 TDs
● Will Pauling (Wisconsin): 8 receptions for 143 yards and 2 TDs
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