This is one of the most exciting weekends of college football as Championships are on the line when top teams from each conference go head-to-head. Because of these big games it is important to look at some of the top college football betting trends to find winning angles.
Here is a look at the best college football betting trends for Championship games this week.
The UCLA Bruins and the Stanford Cardinal battle for the Pac-12 Championship. Just one week ago the Cardinal stomped the Bruins and there is a good chance that they do it again this time around according to the trends.
The Cardinal are 21-5-1 ATS in their last 27 games following a win against the spread (ATS) and 17-5-1 ATS in their last 23 conference games.
In the SEC Championship game, the Crimson Tide and their fans have reason to be hopeful against the Georgia Bulldogs. The Crimson Tide is 14-5 ATS in their last 19 games following a win of more than 20 points and 12-5 ATS in their last 17 conference games.
The Seminoles are out to win the ACC and the trends indicate beating the Yellow Jackets is in the cards. The Seminoles are 10-1-1 ATS in their last 12 neutral site games and the Yellow Jackets are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 neutral site games.
In the game to decide the Big 12 the Wildcats have the edge according to the trends. The Wildcats are 23-7-1 ATS in their last 31 conference games and the Longhorns are 5-15-1 ATS in their last 21 games after accumulating less than 100 yards rushing in their previous game.
These trends will not reveal an automatic winner but they do point out some very valuable college football championship trends, but they do provide a good start.
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