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Oklahoma State vs. Notre Dame Odds, Date: Opening Spread, Total for 2022 Fiesta Bowl

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Oklahoma State vs. Notre Dame Odds

Oklahoma State Odds +2.5 (-110)
Notre Dame Odds -2.5 (-110)
Over/Under 44.5 (-110 / -110)
Date Jan. 1
Location State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

Oklahoma State is set to take on Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 1 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

FanDuel opened this game at Notre Dame -2.5, while our projections show Oklahoma State as 2-point favorites. The sportsbook’s total of 44.5 is far lower than our projected total of 57.6.

Find our expert’s projected odds, a recap of each team’s seasons, plus more information on the Fiesta Bowl below.

Oklahoma State vs. Notre Dame Projected Odds

Oklahoma State Spread -2
Notre Dame Spread +2
Over/Under 57.6

These Oklahoma State vs. Notre Dame projections are based on Collin Wilson’s college football power ratings, which help power our PRO Projections — they compare all of his projections to real-time college football odds in order to easily identify betting edges.

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How Oklahoma State Reached the Fiesta Bowl

Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy truly one-upped himself this season.

The longtime head coach had been the model of consistency in Stillwater, winning at least seven games with a bowl bid in 15 years straight. He shattered the ceiling in 2021, though, with an 11-1 record, a win in the Bedlam Series and a Big 12 Coach of the Year Award bid to boot.

The defense was spectacular, allowing just 16.5 points per game during the regular season. Only Georgia, Clemson and Wisconsin were better.

The Cowboys’ 9-2-1 (81.8%) clip against the spread was the second best in the nation, behind Michigan.

Gundy, who’s registered four bowl wins in his last five tries, is aiming for his first top-10 rank inside both the AP and Coaches Polls since 2011.

How Notre Dame Reached the Fiesta Bowl

The Fighting Irish enter the postseason without head coach Brian Kelly, who accepted the vacant position at LSU.

Kelly, who led the team to College Football Playoff bids in the 2018 and ‘20, and his squad suffered a narrow loss to top-flight Cincinnati in early October. Otherwise, the Fighting Irish were perfect, especially down the stretch, outscoring opponents 162-23 in their final four games.

Notre Dame outscored opponents by an average of 17 points per game in 2021, which is 3.2 more than last season’s run to the CFP.

Former Wisconsin quarterback and transfer Jack Coan played well this season after taking over from Ian Book, posting more than 2,600 yards with 20 touchdowns against five interceptions. Running back Kyren Williams is five yards away from posting his second-consecutive 1,000-yard season.

Oklahoma State vs. Notre Dame Matchup Analysis

Toggle the dropdowns below to hide or show how Oklahoma State and Notre Dame match up statistically:

Oklahoma State Offense vs. Notre Dame Defense
Rush Success 104 24
Line Yards 110 53
Pass Success 54 33
Pass Blocking** 33 83
Big Play 61 66
Havoc 58 33
Finishing Drives 56 6
** Pass Blocking (Off.) vs. Pass Rush (Def.)

Notre Dame Offense vs. Oklahoma State Defense
Rush Success 70 3
Line Yards 96 4
Pass Success 26 12
Pass Blocking** 16 115
Big Play 41 4
Havoc 77 2
Finishing Drives 32 8
** Pass Blocking (Off.) vs. Pass Rush (Def.)

Pace of Play / Other
PFF Tackling 54 4
Coverage 7 5
Middle 8 21 54
SP+ Special Teams 40 56
Plays per Minute 42
Rush Rate 59.2% (32) 52.9% (79)

Data via College Football Data, FootballOutsiders, SP+, PFF and SportSource Analytics.

Fiesta Bowl Date, Time, TV, More Info

  • Date: Jan. 1
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Location: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona
  • TV Info: ESPN

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