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
|Friday, Dec. 16|
|Miami (OH) vs. UAB||11:30 a.m.||Miami (OH)|
|Troy vs. UTSA||3 p.m.||Troy|
|Saturday, Dec. 17|
|Cincinnati vs. Louisville||11 a.m.||Louisville|
|Jackson State vs. N.C. Central||12 p.m.||N.C. Central|
|Oregon State vs. Florida||2:30 p.m.||Oregon State|
|Washington State vs. Fresno State||3:30 p.m.||Fresno State|
|Rice vs. Southern Mississippi||5:45 p.m.||Southern Miss|
|SMU vs. BYU||7:30 p.m.||BYU|
|Boise State vs. North Texas||9:15 p.m.||North Texas|
|Monday, Dec. 19|
|Marshall vs. UConn||2:30 p.m.||Marshall|
|Tuesday, Dec. 20|
|Eastern Michigan vs. San Jose State||3:30 p.m.||Eastern Michigan|
|Liberty vs. Toledo||7:30 p.m.||Liberty|
|Wednesday, Dec. 21|
|South Alabama vs. Western Kentucky||9 p.m.||Western Kentucky|
|Thursday, Dec. 22|
|Baylor vs. Air Force||7:30 p.m.||Air Force|
|Friday, Dec. 23|
|Houston vs. Louisiana||3 p.m.||Houston|
|Wake Forest vs. Missouri||6:30 p.m.||Wake Forest|
|Saturday, Dec. 24|
|Middle Tennessee State vs. San Diego State||8 p.m.||MTSU|
|Monday, Dec. 26|
|Bowling Green vs. New Mexico State||2:30 p.m.||NMSU|
|Tuesday, Dec. 27|
|Buffalo vs. Georgia Southern||12 p.m.||Buffalo|
|Memphis vs. Utah State||3:15 p.m.||Memphis|
|Coastal Carolina vs. East Carolina||6:45 p.m.||East Carolina|
|Oklahoma State vs. Wisconsin||10:15 p.m.||Wisconsin|
|Wednesday, Dec. 28|
|Duke vs. UCF||2 p.m.||Duke|
|Arkansas vs. Kansas||5:30 p.m.||Kansas|
|Oregon vs. North Carolina||8 p.m.||North Carolina|
|Texas Tech vs. Ole Miss||9 p.m.||Texas Tech|
|Thursday, Dec. 29|
|Minnesota vs. Syracuse||2 p.m.||Minnesota|
|Florida State vs. Oklahoma||5:30 p.m.||Oklahoma|
|Washington vs. Texas||9 p.m.||Washington|
|Friday, Dec. 30|
|NC State vs. Maryland||12 p.m.||Maryland|
|UCLA vs. Pitt||2 p.m.||Pitt|
|South Carolina vs. Notre Dame||3:30 p.m.||Notre Dame|
|Ohio vs. Wyoming||4:30 p.m.||Ohio|
|Tennessee vs. Clemson||8 p.m.||Tennessee|
|Saturday, Dec. 31|
|Michigan vs. TCU||4 p.m.||TCU|
|Georgia vs. Ohio State||8 p.m.||Ohio State|
|Iowa vs. Kentucky||12 p.m.||Iowa|
|Alabama vs. Kansas State||12 p.m.||Alabama|
|Monday, Jan. 2|
|Mississippi State vs. Illinois||12 p.m.||MSST|
|LSU vs. Purdue||1 p.m.||LSU|
|USC vs. Tulane||1 p.m.||Tulane|
|Utah vs. Penn State||5 p.m.||Penn State|
2022 Bowl Records by Conference
Results for Favorites / Underdogs
Bowl Results by Conference Since 2005
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.
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.