The Oracle Betting Results: Week Ending January 3, 2022

The Oracle Betting Results- Week Ending January 3, 2022

Here, we assess the betting results of The Oracle, the premiere handicapper at BeerLife Sports. We believe in sharing the details of his bets, the hits, and misses.

These recaps span Tuesday through Monday each week. Some weeks are great, some are decent, others are break-even.

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This is the breakdown and review of The Oracle’s betting results for the week of Dec. 28-Jan. 3.

Overall Grade for the Week:


The Oracle finished this past week with an 8-12 overall record on 20 bets across the NFL (4-6), college football (3-2), NBA (0-3), NHL (1-0) and men’s college basketball (0-1).

The Oracle couldn’t finish above .500 on his wagers and was hampered further by losing his two largest bets of the week, which began with promise, however, after Texas Tech won outright as a double-digit underdog.

Big Hit

The Oracle played 2.5 units on Texas Tech +10.5 against Mississippi State in the Liberty Bowl. The Red Raiders won 34-7.

Big Misses

The Oracle’s two biggest plays of the week lost bigly. He wagered four units on both Virginia Tech +5 and Penn State +3.5. Virginia Tech was blown out by Maryland in the Pinstripe Bowl, 54-10. Penn State fell to Arkansas, 24-10, in the Outback Bowl.


The Oracle hit both teams in the Eagles-Football Team game. He took the Eagles -250 and played WFT as a six-point underdog. The Eagles won 20-16 after never leading through three quarters. Phew. Well played, Oracle.

Those two bets, unfortunately, accounted for half of The Oracle’s cashed tickets during NFL Week 17. He won Titans -3 hosting Miami and Steelers +1 at home on Monday night against Cleveland.

The Oracle strayed in Week 17 from traditionally betting more “unders” than “overs” on total points. He went 0-3 on overs and 0-1 on an under of 45.5 points in the Broncos-Chargers game. They combined for 47.

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The Winnipeg Jets needed overtime in Vegas to beat the Golden Knights 5-4 as a +120 moneyline dog.

More NHL picks are coming, generated by The Oracle’s algorithm, as the pro-hockey season progresses.


The Oracle lost all three of his hardwood bets thanks in large part to the Milwaukee Bucks and the Orlando Magic. On Dec. 28, The Oracle took under 216 points when both teams played the first of a two-game set. They combined for 237. Two nights later, he again took the under at 218 points. The Bucks and Magic lit up the board with 254.

For his other NBA play, the Cleveland Cavaliers lost 110-93 to the Washington Wizards as a four-point underdog.

The Oracle ventured into college basketball on New Year’s Day, taking Idaho State +13.5 against Montana State. Idaho State lost 60-40.

Like the NHL, more NBA and college basketball bets from The Oracle system are on the horizon as pro hockey and basketball dominate the sports betting landscape by mid-February, with March Madness and the MLB on deck shortly thereafter.

College Football

The Oracle nailed both College Football Playoff bets, cashing on Alabama -13.5 and Georgia -7.5.


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Mario Sanelli writes about sports betting for BeerLife Sports. He previously was the editorial assistant and a general-assignment reporter at The Denver Post for five years after serving as chief editor of The Metropolitan at MSU Denver. Mario was a NFL and college football insider with Mile High Sports for six years.