Model backing Ole Miss (Iowa): College football odds, picks spreads, and predictions for the bowl season, 2021-22

SportsLine's computer-based model has shown its top picks and bets on college football for the 2021-22 bowl season

While there have been many games that featured big line moves in college football bowls, not as many as the Rose Bowl. No. No. All four Buckeyes players have opted for the Buckeyes: Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson. Nicholas Petit-Frere, Haskell Garrett, and Nicholas Petit-Frere are all among them. Are these players worth five points?

After a five-game win streak, Utah finished the regular season with a win over Oregon in Pac-12 title play. Are you a motivated underdog and should you back the Utah Utes? What other college football lines are worth your consideration as the 2021-22 bowl season draws to a close? Be sure to check out SportsLine's latest predictions and betting advice before you make any college football picks.

SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS college game 10,000 times. The model's proprietary computer model has made a staggering profit of nearly $3,600 per $100 player over the last five years. This is on top-rated college football picks that are against the spread. It is also entering the third week in the 2021-22 college bowl season with a 43-30 record on all top-rated college side picks. It has been a huge success for everyone who has followed it.

It has now turned its attention towards the bowl season college football odds at Caesars and locked up picks for every FBS matchup. You can view every pick by clicking here

Top college football predictions in bowl season

The model recommends No. 15 Iowa remains within the spread as a 3-point underdog against No. 22 Kentucky in the Citrus bowl. The Hawkeyes reached No. The Hawkeyes climbed as high as No. 2 in the polls before losing two games during the regular season. They still earned a spot in the Big Ten title games and should be motivated to face an SEC team at a premier bowl matchup. Iowa is one of the most powerful defenses in college football. They allow just 19.2 points per match.

The Hawkeyes hadn't allowed 30 points in any single game before the Michigan match. They were fourth in takeaways (30) among all teams in the country. Kentucky had the lowest turnover margin in SEC (-11). SportsLine's model predicts Iowa's defense will have another strong performance, which is why the Hawkeyes cover in well over half of simulations.

Another prediction from the model is No. 8 Ole Miss is a 1.5-point favourite against No. 7 Baylor in Sugar Bowl at 8:45 pm on Jan. 1. ET. ET. Matt Corral is the Ole Miss quarterback. He enters the matchup with 339 passing yards and 31 touchdowns. There are only four interceptions.

Ole Miss's rushing attack is also dynamic, with an average of 224.2 yards per game, which is the ninth-best in college football. The Rebels' running back JerrionEaly has 703 rushing yards and Snoop Conner has 13 rushing touchdowns. SportsLine's model predicts that the Rebels will rush for more than 170 yards against Bears. This helps Ole Miss to cover the spread in well above 60 percent of simulations.

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It has also predicted multiple surprising upsets by calling who wins and covers every other bowl game. SportsLine does not offer every pick for every game.

What college football picks are you able to make with confidence? Which underdogs should you be betting on? You can check out the latest college football odds and then visit SportsLine for the most up-to-date information. The site will show you which teams have won and covered the spread. This is all thanks to a computer model that has produced almost $3,600 in profits over the past five seasons. Football betting with real odds