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2019 Peach Bowl Odds and Betting History

Saturday December 28th, will mark the 2019 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. This annual college football game is the ninth-oldest bowl game in the college football stratosphere, boasting 17 straight sellouts from 1998-2013.

Peach Bowl odds will soon be available at your favorite sportsbook as the college football playoffs kick into high gear.

Betting History of the Peach Bowl

A committee appointed by the Lions Club of Atlanta was turned down three times in its attempt to bring a bowl game to the city. Finally, the group was granted NCAA certification in 1968 and the first Peach Bowl was played December 30th of that year at Georgia Tech’s Grant Field, which sounds like the name of a secret agent or a guy who sells vacuums door-to-door. LSU beat Florida State 31-27.

The game moved to Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium in 1971 and then to the Georgia Dome for 1993 through 2016. From 2017 onward, the game is housed at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium – where the Falcons play!

From 1993 until 2013, this bowl matched an SEC school against one from the ACC, but when the College Football Playoff was created, and the game became part of the New Year’s Six bowl rotation. The 2016 semifinal between No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Washington was the first time a top-rated team played in the game. Of course, it was the Crimson Tide. They always seem to find a way to dominate. Darn you, Nick Saban!

The final collegiate game for Texas A&M Heisman winner and CFL almost-legend Johnny Manziel was in the Peach Bowl on December 31, 2013, against Duke. Johnny Football led the Aggies back from a 38-17 halftime deficit to a 52-48 win, turning in the greatest offensive performance in the game’s history by completing 30 of 38 passes for 382 yards and four scores while rushing for 73 yards and a TD. The Aggies were 14-point favorites, tied for the biggest spread ever in the game along with Alabama in 2016.

For bettors looking for a close game full of suspenseful moments, the college football bowl may not deliver. From 2008-2017, just three games were decided by nine or fewer points. The game’s biggest rout in its history was TCU (-3) over Ole Miss 42-3 in 2014.

The 2017 edition featured the No. 12-ranked UCF Knights vs the No. 7-ranked Auburn Tigers. UCF posted a perfect 12-0 SU that season to go along with a 7-4-1 ATS record. After an upset win over Alabama, Auburn had hoped to punch its ticket into the College Football Playoff, but those hopes were dashed after losing to Central Florida. The total was set at 70.5 and those who bet the OVER were in for a treat when they won their bets. Anyone who picked Auburn to cover the spread of -15.0, unfortunately, recorded a big L in their sportsbook accounts.

2018 Peach Bowl

On December 29th, 2018, the No. 10-ranked Florida Gators (9-3) took on the No. 7-ranked Michigan Wolverines. Florida won 41-15 and covered the spread. Their 8-4 ATS records (4-3 at home, 4-1 away), made them a safe bet as they put on a touchdown display starting in the second quarter. Their on-field antics kept them in the end zone and kept kicker Evan McPherson very busy, which worked out well since his job is to kick the ball.

Despite Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson posting a stellar regular season – 2,600 yards passing, and 273 on the ground – his bowl numbers were the opposite. His season-low passer efficiency rating of 114.2 coupled with two interceptions did not bode well for his squad. Head coach Jim Harbaugh should rethink his chicken theory and maybe allow his players to snack on protein-rich fowl before games.

2019 Peach Bowl Odds

As soon as the matchup is announced, Odds Shark will break down both teams complete with odds analysis, and betting angles.

How to Bet on the Peach Bowl

Bowl betting doesn’t require you to be a fruit connoisseur. All you need is a basic understanding of college football and betting odds. Don’t worry, we’ll cover it below like a free safety in a Cover 2 scheme.

These are the types of bets you can make on this semifinal game:

Moneyline – all you have to do is pick the winner straight-up

OVER/UNDER – also known as a totals bet, this wager needs you to predict if the total number of combined points will go OVER or UNDER the betting site’s set number

Point Spread – will the favorite or underdog win or lose by the number of points set by the sportsbook

Props – these are bets made on individual players (how many rushing yards will player X have, how many sacks will player Y have, etc.). You can also place prop bets on which team will win the coin toss

Parlays – bundling multiple bets on one ticket

Peach Bowl Bites

• Clemson has the most Peach Bowl appearances with 8, posting a 3-5 record

• The ACC (15-21) and SEC (19-16) are tied with 36 appearances each

• MVPS include Jim Kelly, Broadway star Tiki Barber, Hines Ward, Takeo Spikes, Devin Hester and Matt Flynn

For updated lines and great props for all bowl games head over to Bovada today.

Peach Bowl History
YearBowlTeamScoreTeamScoreSpreadATS WinnerSU Winner
1995Peach BowlGeorgia27Virginia34-6VIRGNAVIRGNA
1996Peach BowlClemson7LSU10-6.5CLEMLSU
1997Peach BowlClemson17Auburn21-6CLEMAUBRN
1998Peach BowlGeorgia35Virginia33-2GEORGIGEORGI
1999Peach BowlClemson7Mississippi State17-2.5MIS.STMIS.ST
2000Peach BowlLSU28Georgia Tech14-8.5LSULSU
2001Peach BowlNorth Carolina16Auburn10+2.5UNCUNC
2002Peach BowlMaryland30Tennessee3-1MARYLMARYL
2003Peach BowlTennessee14Clemson27+5CLEMCLEM
2004Peach BowlFlorida10Miami27-3MIAMIMIAMI
2005Peach BowlLSU40Miami3-6LSULSU
2006Peach BowlVirginia Tech24Georgia31+3GEORGIGEORGI
2007Peach BowlAuburn23Clemson20-2AUBRNAUBRN
2008Peach BowlLSU38Georgia Tech3-4LSULSU
2009Peach BowlTennessee14Virginia Tech37-5VTECHVTECH
2010Peach BowlFlorida State26South Carolina17-2.5FLASTFLAST
2011Peach BowlVirginia24Auburn43-3AUBRNAUBRN
2012Peach BowlClemson25LSU24-3.5CLEMCLEM
2013Peach BowlDuke48Texas A&M52-14TX A&MDUKE
2014Peach BowlMississippi3TCU42-3TCUTCU
2015Peach BowlHouston38Florida State24-7.5HoustonHouston
2016Peach BowlWashington7Alabama24-13AlabamaAlabama
2017Peach BowlUCF34Auburn27-15.5UCFUCF
2018Peach BowlFlorida41Michigan15-4FloridaFlorida
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