College Football Conference Championship Trending Spreads

College Football Conference Championship Trending Spreads

Betting odds for College Football’s Conference Championship games came out Sunday, December 1st and here are the top trending spreads you need to keep an eye on.

College Football Conference Championship Trending Spreads

Utah -6.5 vs Oregon
at 8:00 PM ET
TV: ABC

With only one loss, Utah has a real shot to reach the CFP. With this PAC-12 championship going down at neutral Levi’s Stadium, I’m going with the Utes to get the win against Justin Herbert and a Ducks team that has been limited to 28 points or less in each of their last two games. Utah has covered the chalk in eight straight, including six times as a double-digit favorite.

Baylor vs. Oklahoma -10.5
at 12:00 PM ET
TV: ABC

Baylor will be looking for revenge in this Big 12 championship meeting of top 10, one-loss championship hopefuls. Oklahoma escaped Waco with a narrow 34-31 road win over the bears three weeks back. The Sooners will also have a legitimate chance to reach the CFP if they win this contest to finish with one loss. However, with this affair going down at neutral AT&T Stadium, I like Baylor to easily cover the double-digit spread, if not win outright. The Bears are 8-1 ATS in their last nine games against a team with a winning record and the Sooners are 1-4 ATS in their last five conference games.

Louisiana at Appalachian State -6
at 12:00 PM ET
TV: ESPN

Louisiana has won six straight, but the Ragin’ Cajuns are facing a tall task in trying to beat a nationally-ranked Appalachian State squad in the Sun Belt championship. The Mountaineers are looking to finish with one loss and they already spanked Louisiana 17-7 on the road no less. With this being a home game for Appalachian State (Kidd Brewer Stadium) the Mountaineers win by double digits to improve on their blistering 21-8 ATS mark over their last 29.

Miami (OH) vs. Central Michigan -5.5
at 12:00 PM ET
TV: ESPN2

Central Michigan (8-4) might have just one more win that Miami-Ohio, but there’s a reason why a vast majority of the betting public are already backing the Chippewas as the favorite in this MAC championship showdown at Ford Field. Miami-Ohio is coming into this contest off a pitiful 41-27 blowout road loss against ball State this past weekend. Central Michigan has gone 6-1 ATS in their last seven.

UAB vs. FAU -7
at 1:30 PM ET
TV: CBSSN

Alabama-Birmingham might have an identical record to Florida Atlantic (9-3), but I wouldn’t advise anyone in their right mind to back the Blazers after watching them fall to Southern Mississippi 37-2 a month ago. With the Conference USA championship game taking place at Florida Atlantic’s home stadium, the Owls are the easy pick to win and cover.

Cincinnati vs. Memphis -11
at 3:30 PM ET
TV: ABC

The 2019 AAC Championship is going to be a bit of a strange affair. Memphis just beat Cincinnati 34-24 at home this past weekend. With a repeat of that contest, set to go down this Saturday at Memphis’ Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, I’m expecting a nearly identical result as the Tigers go all-out to finish with one loss.

Hawaii vs. Boise State -16.5
at 4:00 PM ET
TV: ESPN

Nationally-ranked Boise State pounded Hawaii unmercifully en route to an impressive 59-37 Week 7 home win. With the 2019 Mountain West Conference championship taking place at the Broncos’ Albertsons Stadium, a home win looks like a near certainty. Hawaii has been limited to 21 points or less in two of their last three games while the favorite in this conference rivalry has gone 6-0 ATS over the last half-dozen meetings.

Georgia vs. LSU -6
at 4:00 PM ET
TV: CBS

A narrow home loss here probably wouldn’t knock second-ranked LSU out of the College Football Playoff, but Joe Burrow and the Tigers need a win to avoid any chances. Still, with this SEC title tilt taking place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, it’s a virtual ‘home’ date for the Bulldogs and that makes Jake Fromm and company dangerous.

Virginia vs. Clemson -29
at 7:30 PM ET
TV: ABC

The defending national champs are the biggest favorites of any conference championship matchup. More importantly, Trevor Lawrence and the Tigers know they need a win in the ACC title title game to remain unbeaten an avoid any possible playoff scenario that leaves them on the the outside looking in come selection time. Clemson has limited each of their last two opponents (Wake Forest and South Carolina) to just three points.

Ohio State -15.5 vs. Wisconsin
at 8:00 PM ET
TV: FOX

A loss in the Big Ten Championship might not be enough to knock top-ranked Ohio State out of the College Football Playoff, but it would make things quite interesting. Wisconsin got blown out by their conference rivals 38-7 on the road in Week 9, but the Badgers have won four straight since while knocking off nationally ranked Iowa and previously No. 9 Minnesota along the way. Ohio State has gone 9-1 ATS in their last 10 games against a team with a winning record.