When the No. 21 San Diego State Aztecs and the Boise State Broncos meet in a crossover game on Friday, they will renew their Mountain West Conference rivalry. The Aztecs (10-1, 6-1) have won three straight games since losing 30-20 to Fresno State on Oct. 30. The Broncos (7-4, 5-2), who have won four Mountain Division titles in a row (except for 2020, when the conference had only one division due to COVID-19), are tied for first place in the division.
With a win, San Diego State would take first place in the West division. To win the Mountain Division, Boise State must win and Air Force must lose to UNLV.
The game, which will take place at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California, will begin at noon ET on CBS. In the most recent Boise State vs. San Diego State odds from Caesars Sportsbook, the Broncos are favored by three points, with the total points scored set at 44.5.
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Anyone who has followed it has reaped enormous benefits. The model has now zeroed in on Boise State vs. San Diego State and has made its CFB picks and predictions. You can see the model’s CFB picks on SportsLine right now. The following are the FBS college football odds and trends for Boise State vs. San Diego State: The spread for Boise State vs. San Diego State is Boise State -3.
Over/under for Boise State vs. San Diego State: 44.5 pointsMoney line for Boise State vs. San Diego State: Boise State -150, San Diego State +130BSU: After allowing less than 170 yards passing in their previous game, the Broncos are 8-2-1 against the spread in their last 11 games.SDSU is 4-1 ATS in their last five games as underdogs. Why is Boise State capable of covering The Broncos’ rushing attack is led by sophomore George Holani, who has carried the ball 99 times for 499 yards and one touchdown.
He has rushed for 100 yards or more in each of the last three games, including a 117-yard outing against No. 23 Fresno State on Nov. 6. He then rushed for 102 yards on 20 carries (5.1 average) in a 23-13 win over Wyoming. He rushed 14 times for 114 yards against New Mexico last Saturday. Boise State’s defense is led by junior safety JL Skinner, who has a team-high 83 tackles, including 62 solo. He has three pass breakups, two interceptions, two forced fumbles, and three recovered fumbles. He made nine stops, including five solo, in last week’s win over New Mexico.
As a sophomore, he started all six games he played in, recording 37 tackles, 24 of which were solo, and one interception that he returned for a 21-yard touchdown.
Why is San Diego State capable of covering Jesse Matthews, a junior wide receiver, is having a strong season, leading the Aztecs with 30 receptions for 267 yards (8.9 average) and five touchdowns. He had his best game of the season last week against UNLV. He caught nine passes for a career-high 75 yards (8.3 average) and three touchdowns.
Matthews is the first Aztec player to have three touchdown receptions in a game since the New Orleans Bowl in 2011. Junior safety Patrick McMorris has been outstanding on defense. In last week’s win over UNLV, he had 12 tackles, six of which were solo, and one pass deflection. He leads the team in tackles this season with 74, including 45 solo, as well as eight pass breakups, one interception for 16 yards, and one fumble recovery.
McMorris also had a 12-tackle game against San Jose State on Oct. 15, including six solo stops and three pass breakups. How to Pick Boise State vs. San Diego StateSportsLine’s model predicts 42 combined points, which is a slight underestimation of the total. It also indicates that one side of the spread has all of the value. Only SportsLine has the model’s SDSU vs. Boise State pick.
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