The college bowl season is in full swing and we are looking forward to several of this year’s bowls including several outside the final four. That is due in part to the fact we have a number of college bowl systems that are active in bowls other than the final four and we love the matchups.
We are back with another college bowl system and this one has already cashed one winner which improves the system record to 14-0 ATS as Western Kentucky defeated South Florida winning straight up and covering the spread. There were two early bowl games qualified in this system we have one pending as of this writing and we have two more upcoming qualified bowl games.
As we began to research bowl games we wondered how bowl teams respond after being expected to win their Conference Championship Game and doing so would they continue their wave of momentum or would there be a letdown after such an important victory. The possibility of a letdown in this particular situation is real and we felt it deserved to be researched.
What if we made our Conference Champion a bowl favorite of at least three points would they come into the bowl game overconfident and not play to their potential or would they respond in this situation and come away with the straight up and against the spread victory. These were all questions we felt carried enough weight to investigate the results and when we did what we uncovered was a solid winning system. So the answer to the riddle is Have No Fear of the Favorite.
The premise was a simple one playing on or against momentum while playing on or against the favorite. Our research uncovered the best way to utilize the momentum of a Conference Championship Favorite. This system has not only been perfect against the spread but these teams are covering the spread by almost thirteen points per game with an average of 12.61 points above the oddsmakers number.
NCAAF System: Play ON a Bowl favorite of more than 2 points with less than 29 days rest off a Conference Championship favorite SU win vs. an opponent not off a SU win as an underdog of 7+ points. This system has a record of 14-0 ATS covering the spread by an average of 12.61 points per game.
With the system parameters met this week’s NCAA Football System of the Week calls for a play ON the San Diego State Aztecs in the Hawaii Bowl and to play ON the Stanford Cardinal in the Rose Bowl.
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