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    Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium is the venue where the Duke Blue Devils will match up against the Temple Owls on Friday, September 2, 2022.

    The Blue Devils are significant favorites (-9.5) in their matchup versus the Owls, with the over/under being 51.5 points. (In terms of the moneyline, the Blue Devils are -368 and the Owls are +281.)

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    Game Info and Betting Lines for Duke vs. Temple

    • Game Day: Friday, September 2, 2022
    • Game Time: 7:30 PM ET
    • TV Channel: ACC Network
    • Location: Wilmington, North Carolina
    • Stadium: Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium
    Blue Devils vs Owls Betting Information
    Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
    Blue Devils -9.5 -112 -110 51.5 -109 -112 -368 +281

    Duke Betting Insights

    • Duke won four games against the spread last season, failing to cover eight times.
    • Duke was favored by 9.5 points or more two times last season, and covered the spread in both.
    • Last season, the combined scoring went over the point total six times in Duke games.

    Duke Stats & Insights

    • Duke put up 22.8 points per game last season, 14.7 fewer than Temple gave up per matchup (37.5).
    • Duke was 2-0 against the spread and 2-0 overall last season when the team recorded more than 37.5 points.
    • Duke racked up 418.8 yards per game last season, 22.0 more yards than the 396.8 Temple allowed per contest.
    • Duke was 4-2 against the spread and 3-3 overall when the team churned out more than 396.8 yards last year.
    • In games Temple held its opponents to less than 418.8 yards last year, it had a 1-4 record ATS and a 2-3 record overall.
    • Last season Duke ran for 40.8 fewer yards per game (180.8) than Temple allowed per contest (221.6).
    • Duke had a 1-1 ATS record and a 1-1 overall record when the team ran for more than 221.6 yards last year.
    • Temple was 2-1 against the spread and 3-0 overall when holding opponents to less than 180.8 rushing yards last season.
    • Last year Duke turned the ball over 21 times, seven more than Temple’s takeaways (14).

    Duke’s Best Players

    • Riley Leonard’s previous season stat line: 381 passing yards (31.8 per game), 37-for-62 (59.7%), one touchdown and one pick. He also ran for 173 yards on 47 carries with two rushing TDs.
    • Last season Mataeo Durant racked up 1,233 rushing yards (102.8 per game) and nine touchdowns. In the receiving game, he made 27 catches for 252 yards and two scores.
    • Jordan Moore ran for 221 yards on 44 carries (18.4 yards per game), with three rushing touchdowns last year.
    • In the previous season, Jake Bobo grabbed 74 passes (on 107 targets) for 801 yards (66.8 per game). He also found the end zone one time.
    • Jalon Calhoun tacked on 718 yards on 56 grabs with three touchdowns. He was targeted 73 times, and averaged 59.8 receiving yards per game.
    • Last season R.J. Oben racked up 5.0 sacks, 3.0 TFL, 16 tackles, and one interception.
    • Last season Shaka Heyward grabbed 61 tackles, 7.0 TFL, three sacks, and one interception.
    • Jeremiah Lewis intercepted two passes last year while also totaling nine tackles and two passes defended.

    Temple Betting Insights

    • Temple won just two games against the spread last season.
    • Temple covered the spread once when an underdog by 9.5 points or more last season (in nine opportunities).
    • In Temple games last year, combined scoring went over the point total seven times.

    Temple Stats & Insights

    • Last year Temple put up 23.5 fewer points per game (16.3) than Duke allowed (39.8).
    • Temple was 1-1 against the spread and 2-0 overall in games when it scored over 39.8 points last year.
    • Temple averaged 286.2 yards per game last year, 231.0 fewer yards than the 517.2 Duke gave up per contest.
    • Temple rushed for 110.8 yards per game last season, 94.6 fewer than the 205.4 Duke allowed per contest.
    • Temple turned the ball over 21 times last season, seven more turnovers than Duke forced (14).

    Temple’s Best Players

    • D’Wan Mathis completed 59.2% of his passes to throw for 1,223 yards and six touchdowns last season.
    • Edward Saydee compiled 330 rushing yards and three touchdowns on the ground during last year’s campaign.
    • Justin Lynch rushed for 307 yards and one touchdown last season.
    • Randle Jones was targeted 5.5 times per game and collected 476 receiving yards and three touchdowns over the course of 2021.
    • Jose Barbon averaged 34.9 receiving yards on 5.8 targets per game in 2021, scoring two touchdowns.
    • Amad Anderson Jr. played his way to two receiving touchdowns and 283 receiving yards (23.6 ypg) last season.
    • Last year William Kwenkeu put pressure on opposing quarterbacks with 3.0 sacks, and added 6.0 TFL and 40 tackles.
    • Amir Tyler had an impactful defensive performance last season with 46 tackles and 3.0 TFL.
    • Jalen Ware racked up two interceptions in addition to 20 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and two passes defended a year ago.
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