2024 Fiesta Bowl: Odds, Props & Betting Preview

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The 2024 Fiesta Bowl will see the Liberty Flames take on the Oregon Ducks. It’s a meeting of two of the top 25 programs in the country, as Liberty landed at 23rd in the final poll, with Oregon holding down the eighth spot. The spread for the game has Oregon as a 16.5-point favorite, while the over/under stands at 67.5 points.

The game comes our way from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Monday, Jan. 1, at 1 p.m. ET, with ESPN handling the broadcast. Players in the spotlight include Oregon QB Bo Nix, one of the finalists for this season’s Heisman Trophy. Read on for a betting preview and a look at the latest Fiesta Bowl odds and props. 

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Liberty closed out the season at 13-0 with a 49-35 win over New Mexico State in the Conference USA championship game. The club won 11 of its 13 games by double digits, with its stiffest test coming in a 21-16 victory over Sam Houston. The Flames check in at 9-4 against the spread and 8-5 on the over/under.  

Oregon was 11-2 on the season, with its two losses coming at the hands of rival Washington. The club suffered a 34-31 defeat in the Pac-12 title game after entering as a 9.5-point favorite and a 36-33 loss during the regular season as a 3.5-point underdog. Nine of the team’s eleven victories were by 10 points or more. Oregon has a record of 9-3-1 ATS and 5-8 on totals. 

The Fiesta Bowl will mark the first time that Liberty and Oregon have squared off. The Flames have a 3-1 all-time record in bowl games, most recently losing to Toledo by a score of 21-19 at the 2022 Boca Raton Bowl. The Ducks are 16-20 in bowl games. Last season, they picked up a 28-27 victory over North Carolina at the Holiday Bowl. 

Fiesta Bowl history

The first edition of the Fiesta Bowl took place in 1971, with Arizona State defeating Florida State 45-38. Originally at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, the venue shifted to State Farm Stadium in Glendale in 2006. Since 2014, the game has been part of the College Football Playoff rotation. Here are the results for the last five editions. 

Dec. 31, 2022TCU (51) vs. Michigan (45)
Jan. 1, 2022Oklahoma State (37) vs. Notre Dame (35)
Jan. 2, 2021Iowa State (34) vs. Oregon (17)
Dec. 28, 2019Clemson (29) vs. Ohio State (23)
Jan. 1, 2019LSU (40) vs. UCF (32)