2017 Las Vegas Bowl Betting Preview

2017 Las Vegas Bowl Betting Preview

Written by on November 21, 2017

If you can’t wait to get your 2017 Las Vegas Bowl bets in, then you have come to the right place. MyBookie.ag will have live betting odds available for every 2017 Bowl game as soon as the matchups are released.

2017 Las Vegas Bowl Betting Preview

The annual bowl game was originally the old California Raisin Bowl and was played in Fresno, California from 1981 to 1991. In 1992, the game reorganized and relocated to Las Vegas and was renamed the Las Vegas Bowl.The Brigham Young Cougars made the most appearances in this bowl game’s history (6), while Utah leads all teams with four victories. BYU is tied with Boise State with the second-most victories at three apiece. The Broncos won three straight from 2010-2012 under, now Washington Cougars head coach Chris Petersen.In last year’s Las Vegas Bowl, Houston dominated San Diego State 34-10 to cover the college football betting line as a 4.5-point underdog under former head coach and now Texas Longhorns leader Tom Herman while the game’s final score played under the 51-point total. The Cougars’ win last season snapped a three-year ATS streak in which favorites have covered the spread and two-year streak in which the Utah Utes were Vegas Bowl winners.Favorites have won and covered the spread in seven of the last 10 La Vegas Bowl matchups while seven of those matchups were decided by double-digits. Pac-12 schools had their three-year winning streak snapped with Houston’s win last year.The Under is 3-1 in the last four Las Vegas Bowls and 6-4 over the last 10. The Under has been the winning total wager in nine of the last 15 Las Vegas Bowl matchups overall.

Previous Matches

  • 2016: Houston 34 vs. San Diego State 10
  • 2015: Utah 35 vs. BYU 28
  • 2014: Utah 45 vs. Colorado State 10
  • 2013: USC 45 vs. Fresno State 20
  • 2012: Boise State 28 vs. Washington 26
  • 2011: Boise State 56 vs. Arizona State 24
  • 2010: Boise State 26 vs. Utah 3
  • 2009: BYU 44 vs. Oregon State 20
  • 2008: Arizona 31 vs. BYU 21
  • 2007: BYU 17 vs. UCLA 16
  • 2006: BYU 38 vs. Oregon 8
  • 2005: California 35 vs. BYU 28
  • 2004: Wyoming 24 vs. UCLA 21
  • 2003: Oregon State 55 vs. New Mexico 14
  • 2002: UCLA 27 vs. New Mexico 13