This Week’s Sports Predictions: November 21–November 27, 2022
Welcome to Sports Astrology Predictions where we take a look at the astrology of competition in a bid to predict who will come out on top!
All sport is ruled by the planet Mars. The position and condition of this protective and combative planet has a significant, base-line influence on the outcome of all competition.
This week, retrograde Mars finds himself back in the foreign fields of Taurus, just in time for a deadly scorpionic Mercury to track his every move. Uncomfortable – to say the least – especially as the tricks that Mercury has in store will have the potential to push even the most placid-tempered into a fit of rage! Thoughts have wings and these wings are lethal, so best to work on lifting the vibes to a higher frequency and use this volcanic energy to transform and transmute into triumph.
We begin this week’s predictions on Friday morning with a college football game between Boise State Broncos and Utah State Aggies. With the Sagittarius moon on the rise, this will be a moody and risky game with twists and turns along the way. Then to an afternoon ice-hockey game between Washington Capitals and Calgary Flames where the crescent moon shines her light onto the hidden motives controlling play. Then finally on Sunday evening to a college football game between Fresno State Bulldogs and Wyoming Cowboys, where the waxing moon and an expansive and optimistic Jupiter will take the reins to the surprise and delight of an excited crowd.
Boise State Broncos -v- Utah State Aggies
Friday 25th November @ 10:00 am – Boise, Idaho
Friday morning at Albertsons Stadium and to college football where home team Boise State Broncos invite Utah State Aggies onto their turf. With the sunburnt waxing Sagittarius moon in the firing line, this will be a restless and fickle game, especially with Broncos quarterback Gemini sun Hank Bachmeier, with his quick reflexes and sleight-of-hand at work. But it appears that it will be Aggies quarterback Virgo sun Logan Bonner and his ultra-tricky Gemini moon, who will be the one to out-smart and out-manoeuvre his opponents. Utah State Aggies to win.
Washington Capitals -v- Calgary Flames
Friday 25th November @ 2:00pm – Washington DC, Washington
Friday afternoon at Capital One Arena and to ice hockey where home team Washington Capitals welcome Calgary Flames onto their rink. With the crescent Sagittarius moon overseeing the action, this will a fast and furious game, especially with Capitals left winger Virgo sun Marcus Johansson and his powerful and impatient Aries moon lighting up the game. However, it appears that it will be his Astro-twin Flames center Nazem Kadri, who will mirror the moves and lead his team to victory. Calgary Flames to win.
Fresno State Bulldogs -v- Wyoming Cowboys
Friday 25th November @ 7:00pm – Fresno, California
Friday evening at Valley Children’s Stadium and to college football where home team Fresno State Bulldogs meet up with Wyoming Cowboys. With the Sagittarius moon sliding beneath the horizon and big old Jupiter ruling the action, this will be a huge game – one way or another – especially with Bulldogs quarterback, Pisces sun Jake Haener dazzling the crowd with his showy moves. But it appears that it should be Cowboys quarterback Caden Becker playing under the energies of his Aries sun and Cancer moon commitment, who will be the one to watch. Wyoming Cowboys to win.
And that’s a wrap for this week in Sports Astrology Predictions. Until next time!
All information in this post is merely the personal opinion of the author and not that of Astrology.com or any other person, company or entity. At the time of publishing this article, not all team rosters have been finalized. All game times are rendered in local time. These predictions utilize the Sidereal system of astrology which is based on the actual link between the position of the planets with the fixed stars and constellations. Should any game be delayed by a significant amount of time (generally speaking 20 minutes or more) the original chart may not be valid and the prediction must be viewed with caution, if at all.