2022 College Football Bowl Game Results & ATS Records by Conference

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The 2022 college football bowl season has arrived, with 43 games that will close out the college football season set to be played.

From Dec. 16 — when Miami (Ohio) takes on UAB — until Jan. 9, when the National Championship is played, each bowl-eligible school will compete for a chance to earn a trophy to end its season.

We are tracking each conference's 2022 bowl game results straight-up and against the spread via Bet Labs. You can see how each conference is faring in real-time via the series of tables below.

2022 College Football Bowl Game Results

GameTime (ET)Cover
Friday, Dec. 16
Miami (OH) vs. UAB11:30 a.m.Miami (OH)
Troy vs. UTSA3 p.m.Troy
Saturday, Dec. 17
Cincinnati vs. Louisville11 a.m.Louisville
Jackson State vs. N.C. Central12 p.m.N.C. Central
Oregon State vs. Florida2:30 p.m.Oregon State
Washington State vs. Fresno State3:30 p.m.Fresno State
Rice vs. Southern Mississippi5:45 p.m.Southern Miss
SMU vs. BYU7:30 p.m.BYU
Boise State vs. North Texas9:15 p.m.North Texas
Monday, Dec. 19
Marshall vs. UConn2:30 p.m.Marshall
Tuesday, Dec. 20
Eastern Michigan vs. San Jose State3:30 p.m.Eastern Michigan
Liberty vs. Toledo7:30 p.m.Liberty
Wednesday, Dec. 21
South Alabama vs. Western Kentucky9 p.m.Western Kentucky
Thursday, Dec. 22
Baylor vs. Air Force7:30 p.m.Air Force
Friday, Dec. 23
Houston vs. Louisiana3 p.m.Houston
Wake Forest vs. Missouri6:30 p.m.Wake Forest
Saturday, Dec. 24
Middle Tennessee State vs. San Diego State8 p.m.MTSU
Monday, Dec. 26
Bowling Green vs. New Mexico State2:30 p.m.NMSU
Tuesday, Dec. 27
Buffalo vs. Georgia Southern12 p.m.Buffalo
Memphis vs. Utah State3:15 p.m.Memphis
Coastal Carolina vs. East Carolina6:45 p.m.East Carolina
Oklahoma State vs. Wisconsin10:15 p.m.Wisconsin
Wednesday, Dec. 28
Duke vs. UCF2 p.m.Duke
Arkansas vs. Kansas5:30 p.m.Kansas
Oregon vs. North Carolina8 p.m.North Carolina
Texas Tech vs. Ole Miss9 p.m.Texas Tech
Thursday, Dec. 29
Minnesota vs. Syracuse2 p.m.Minnesota
Florida State vs. Oklahoma5:30 p.m.Oklahoma
Washington vs. Texas9 p.m.Washington
Friday, Dec. 30
NC State vs. Maryland12 p.m.Maryland
UCLA vs. Pitt2 p.m.Pitt
South Carolina vs. Notre Dame3:30 p.m.Notre Dame
Ohio vs. Wyoming4:30 p.m.Ohio
Tennessee vs. Clemson8 p.m.Tennessee
Saturday, Dec. 31
Michigan vs. TCU4 p.m.TCU
Georgia vs. Ohio State8 p.m.Ohio State
Iowa vs. Kentucky12 p.m.Iowa
Alabama vs. Kansas State12 p.m.Alabama
Monday, Jan. 2
Mississippi State vs. Illinois12 p.m.MSST
LSU vs. Purdue1 p.m.LSU
USC vs. Tulane1 p.m.Tulane
Utah vs. Penn State5 p.m.Penn State
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2022 Bowl Records by Conference

Conference USA4-34-3
Mountain West2-41-5
Sun Belt3-43-4
Big Ten5-45-4
Big 122-54-3

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Bowl Results by Conference Since 2005 

Records entering 2022 college football postseason play.

Against the Spread

Only four conferences (including independents) would have provided you with a positive ROI since 2005, though each would have provided a high-level return.

That includes the SEC, the Mountain West, independents and the Big East, which does not exist anymore.

ConferenceATS RecordROI
Big East23-18-19%
Big Ten66-63-1-0.2%
Sun Belt27-26-2-0.8%
American Athletic22-31-0-18.6%
Big 1253-64-0-11.7%

Straight-Up Results

Using moneyline results gives us another look into conference performance. Here, you can see that the MAC has been a brutal conference to back, even more so than their dreadful ATS performance.

There is a more even distribution of positive and negative performance in terms of ROI when looking at results straight up rather than against the spread.

The Big 12 has been much better straight-up than against the spread, but is buoyed by a pair of huge upsets — Oklahoma (+613) over Alabama in the 2014 Sugar Bowl; Texas Tech (+644) over Arizona State that same year; and, Texas (+440) over an unmotivated Georgia team in 2019.

Much like the ATS numbers above, the Big Ten is returning slightly worse than neutral.

Big 1261-56-012.7%
Sun Belt33-22-026.8%
Big East27-15-028.8%
Conference USA50-53-06%
Big Ten57-73-0-1.4%
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