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    On Saturday at 4:00 PM ET, the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (0-1) will visit the Colorado State Rams (0-1).

    The Rams are double-digit favorites (currently -11) in their game against the Blue Raiders, with the over/under being 57 points. (On the moneyline, the Rams are -454 and the Blue Raiders are +332.)

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    Game Info and Betting Lines for Colorado State vs. Middle Tennessee

    • Game Day: Saturday, September 10, 2022
    • Game Time: 4:00 PM ET
    • TV Channel: MW Network
    • Location: Fort Collins, Colorado
    • Stadium: Sonny Lubick Field at Canvas Stadium
    Rams vs Blue Raiders Betting Information
    Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
    Rams -11 -111 -110 57 -112 -109 -454 +332

    Colorado State Betting Insights

    • Colorado State compiled a 4-8-0 record against the spread last season.
    • Colorado State won its only game last season when playing as at least 11-point favorites.
    • Last season, the combined scoring went over the point total six times in Colorado State games.

    Colorado State Stats & Insights

    • Colorado State racked up just 2.0 fewer points per game (23.7) than Middle Tennessee allowed (25.7) last year.
    • Colorado State was 2-1 against the spread and 2-1 overall last season when the team notched over 25.7 points.
    • Middle Tennessee had a 5-0 record against the spread and a 5-0 record overall in games when it allowed fewer than 23.7 points last year.
    • Colorado State collected 415.8 yards per game last year, 42.3 more yards than the 373.5 Middle Tennessee gave up per outing.
    • In games that Colorado State amassed more than 373.5 yards last season, the team was 2-6 against the spread and 2-6 overall.
    • Middle Tennessee had a 5-3 record ATS and a 5-3 record overall when holding its opponents to less than 415.8 yards last year.
    • Colorado State rushed for 164.1 yards per game last season, 26.8 more than the 137.3 Middle Tennessee allowed per contest.
    • Last season Colorado State had a 3-4 ATS record and a 3-4 overall record in games the team ran for over 137.3 yards.
    • When Middle Tennessee held its opponents to fewer than 164.1 yards on the ground last year, it was 5-2 against the spread and 5-2 overall.
    • Colorado State turned the ball over 19 times last year, 13 fewer than Middle Tennessee forced turnovers (32).

    Colorado State’s Best Players

    • Todd Centeio put together an impressive passing stat line last year with 2,958 yards (246.5 yards per game), going 229-for-380 (60.3% completion percentage), 15 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He was a factor in the running game as well, with 439 rushing yards on 131 carries, two rushing TDs, and averaging 36.6 yards per game.
    • Last year David Bailey took 197 carries for 752 yards (62.7 per game) and scored nine touchdowns.
    • Trey McBride collected 90 receptions for 1,121 yards and one touchdown last year. He was targeted 132 times, and averaged 93.4 yards per game.
    • Dante Wright produced last year, catching 44 passes for 554 yards and three touchdowns. He collected 46.2 receiving yards per game.
    • Ty McCullouch’s stat line last season: 415 receiving yards, 24 catches, one touchdown, on 49 targets.
    • Scott Patchan did his thing last season with a memorable stat line of 11.5 sacks, 15.0 TFL and 58 tackles.
    • Cam’Ron Carter was a wrecking ball on the field, collecting 86 tackles, 7.0 TFL, six sacks, and one interception last year.
    • Robert Floyd intercepted two passes last year while also totaling 27 tackles and two passes defended.

    Middle Tennessee Betting Insights

    • Middle Tennessee covered seven times in 13 matchups with a spread last year.
    • Middle Tennessee covered the spread once when an underdog by 11 points or more last year (in five opportunities).
    • Middle Tennessee and its opponent combined to go over the point total six out of 13 times last year.

    Middle Tennessee Stats & Insights

    • Middle Tennessee scored just 1.5 more points per game (29.8) than Colorado State allowed (28.3) last season.
    • When Middle Tennessee put up over 28.3 points last season, it was 5-0 against the spread and 5-1 overall.
    • Last season Colorado State had a 4-3 record against the spread and a 3-4 record overall in games when it held opponents to fewer than 29.8 points.
    • Middle Tennessee averaged just 16.8 fewer yards per game (362.0) than Colorado State allowed per matchup (378.8) last season.
    • When Middle Tennessee picked up more than 378.8 yards last year, the team was 2-1 against the spread and 2-2 overall.
    • In games Colorado State limited its opponents to less than 362.0 yards last year, it had a 4-2 record ATS and a 3-3 record overall.
    • Last season Middle Tennessee ran for 44.3 fewer yards per game (123.5) than Colorado State allowed per contest (167.8).
    • Last year Middle Tennessee had a 2-0 ATS record and a 2-0 overall record in games the team ran for more than 167.8 yards.
    • Last season, Colorado State was 4-2 against the spread and 3-3 overall when holding opponents to less than 123.5 yards on the ground.
    • Middle Tennessee turned the ball over nine more times (21 total) than Colorado State forced turnovers (12) last season.

    Middle Tennessee’s Best Players

    • Chase Cunningham threw for 1,318 yards and 16 touchdowns last season.
    • Martell Pettaway averaged 28.6 rushing yards and tallied three rushing touchdowns.
    • Frank Peasant ran for three touchdowns on 303 yards a year ago.
    • Jarrin Pierce averaged 40.2 yards on 3.3 receptions per game and racked up six receiving touchdowns in 2021.
    • Jimmy Marshall averaged 39.2 receiving yards on 4.6 targets per game in 2021, scoring six touchdowns.
    • Yusuf Ali caught 45 passes on his way to 472 receiving yards and four touchdowns a season ago.
    • Last year Jordan Ferguson put pressure on opposing quarterbacks with 8.0 sacks, and added 11.0 TFL and 48 tackles.
    • Reed Blankenship put together an excellent stat line last year, collecting 88 tackles, 8.0 TFL, one sack, and one interception.
    • A year ago Quincy Riley collected 32 tackles, 1.0 TFL, 1.5 sacks, and seven passes defended as well as five interceptions.
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