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Predictions and betting on the 2021 conference championship


January 31, 2018; San Antonio, Texas, United States; General overview of the Alamodome before a match between Mexico and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

This site did not end on the same positive note as Tennessee football when it comes to the regular season. It was a mixed bag, to be fair, as we head into the conference championship weekend, but our spread picks were destroyed.

  • Downright: 8-3
  • Moneyline: 7-3; $ 188.13 profit if $ 100 wagered on each game (+ 18.8%)
  • Game record: 9-12-1 (3-7-1 ATS; 6-5 over / under)

Accurately calling two upsets pushed the season’s silver line into profits. However, the combined spread and over / under play picks fell to 51.67%, nearly 0.8% below the 54.2% needed to make a profit.

Overall performance 2021

  • Downright: 101-35
  • Moneyline: 77-34; $ 97 profit if $ 100 wagered on each game (+ 0.8%)
  • Game record: 124-116-4 (64-57-1 ATS; 60-59-3 over / under)

Well luckily there’s the conference championship week and then the boules to get it right. We will choose each match in the order in which it should be played, and it is not necessary to end with Flights since they do not play. Let’s dive into the 10 games.


Western Kentucky Hill tops

8-4 (7-1)

UTSA Roadrunners

11-1 (7-1)

United States Championship Conference

Friday December 3

7 p.m. ET

CBS Sports Network

Alamodome; San Antonio, Texas

Game odds according to WynnBET:

  • Line: Western Kentucky -3
  • Above / Below: 73
  • Moneyline: Western Kentucky -150; UTSA +130

Until last week, the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners were poised to be one of those lesser teams complaining about not getting the chance to make the college football playoffs despite going undefeated. A 45-23 loss to North Texas Mean Green put an end to that. It even knocked them out of the top 25 across the board.

Still, they can play for the C-USA Championship as the winners of the West. On the other side, there will be a team from the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, whose head coach is former Offensive Flights coordinator Tyson Helton, who is much better than the one that lost to UTSA by under ‘one hit earlier in the year. In fact, they’ve won every game since.


Last week’s loss to North Texas was a fluke. UTSA had nothing more to play, and North Texas had a bowl in mind. In great shape, the Roadrunners will get back in shape. Jeff Traylor’s team beat WKU at Bowling Green, so they should win their conference championship in Texas. It will be a shootout, but this top / bottom is just too high, so take the underside slightly.

UTSA: 38 Western Kentucky: 31 (UTSA +3; Under 73)

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