Air Force vs Utah State Predictions

Air Force vs Utah State Predictions and a pick ATS

Since the NFL had a game on Wednesday, there will not be a pro football game on Thursday night. Thankfully college football is ready with a nice doubleheader of action. Louisiana Tech vs North Texas will kick things off, but it’s the second game that caught our attention. This is why we have the Air Force vs Utah State predictions for those that are betting on the nightcap.

Pointing out the spread

Air Force is the prohibitive favorite in this game. They opened up at (-10.5) at many of the best sportsbooks. That number is rising with the flood of money coming in on the road team. Air Force is getting 55 percent of the betting action and the line is now up to (-12.5). If you want to bet on the Falcons we suggest you bet on it now.

Running Down the Numbers

If you are watching a game with the Air Force playing, you can expect a lot of rushes. The Falcons are at the top of the nation with rushing yards per game at 336.5. They usually dominate the line of scrimmage and wear out opposing defenses with a strong running game led by RB Brad Roberts.

The Utah State Aggies do it a bit differently. QB Andrew Peasley was named Mountain West player of the week for an explosive performance in his last outing. He led the way on the ground and through the air with over 452 total yards of offense, a season-high for the Aggies.

Air Force vs Utah State Predictions

So who wins? The Aggies come into this game with plenty of confidence, especially on offense. This is good to have against an Air Force team the loves to dominate time of possession. This is a tough spot for the Falcons who are 0-8 against the spread (ATS) when playing a team with a losing record and 0-5 ATS in the last five games played on Thursday night.

You can wait until kickoff to get the best number as this spread will only go up. Bet on Utah State to keep it close.

Utah State +12.5 

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