Star running back Jalen Berger and the Michigan State Spartans (2-0) meet the Washington Huskies (2-0) on Saturday at 7:30 PM ET, at Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium.

The Huskies are favored, but by less than a touchdown (-3.5), against the Spartans. The over/under for this matchup is 56.5 points.

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Game Info and Betting Lines for Washington vs. Michigan State

  • Game Day: Saturday, September 17, 2022
  • Game Time: 7:30 PM ET
  • TV Channel: ABC
  • Location: Seattle, Washington
  • Stadium: Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium
Huskies vs Spartans Betting Information
Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
Huskies -3.5 -109 -113 56.5 -111 -111 -165 +133

Washington Betting Insights

  • Washington went 3-9-0 ATS last season.
  • Washington covered the spread once when favored by 3.5 points or more last season (in five opportunities).
  • A total of three Washington games last season hit the over.

Washington Stats & Insights

  • Washington averaged 3.8 fewer points per game (21.5) than Michigan State surrendered (25.3) last year.
  • Washington was 2-1 against the spread and 2-1 overall in games when it scored over 25.3 points last year.
  • Last season Michigan State had a 5-1 record against the spread and a 7-0 record overall in games when it held opponents to fewer than 21.5 points.
  • Washington collected 118.4 fewer yards per game (323.4) than Michigan State allowed per outing (441.8) last season.
  • Michigan State had a 2-0-1 record ATS and a 3-0 record overall when holding its opponents to less than 323.4 yards last year.
  • Last season Washington piled up 98.4 rushing yards per game, 18.2 fewer than Michigan State allowed per outing (116.6).
  • When Washington ran for over 116.6 yards last year, it compiled a 2-1 ATS record and a 2-1 overall record.
  • Michigan State was 3-1 against the spread and 3-1 overall when holding opponents to fewer than 98.4 rushing yards last season.
  • Washington turned the ball over 23 times last season, three more turnovers than Michigan State forced (20).

Washington’s Best Players

  • Last season Dylan Morris recorded 2,458 passing yards (204.8 per game), a 60.6% completion percentage, 14 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions.
  • Last season Sean McGrew took 110 carries for 434 yards (36.2 per game) and scored eight touchdowns.
  • Kamari Pleasant put up 308 rushing yards on 57 carries and two touchdowns last season.
  • In the previous season, Jalen McMillan grabbed 39 passes (on 57 targets) for 470 yards (39.2 per game). He also found the end zone three times.
  • Terrell Bynum also impressed receiving last year. He bagged 26 receptions for 436 yards and four touchdowns. He was targeted 42 times.
  • Rome Odunze grabbed 41 passes on 71 targets for 415 yards and four touchdowns, averaging 34.6 receiving yards per game.
  • Last season Voi Tunuufi racked up 3.0 sacks, 3.0 TFL and 11 tackles.
  • Jackson Sirmon went to work last year, collecting 70 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and one interception.
  • Last season Asa Turner had a huge stat line of two interceptions, 34 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and two passes defended.

Michigan State Betting Insights

  • Michigan State covered nine times in 13 matchups with a spread last year.
  • Michigan State was an underdog by 3.5 points or more five times last season, and covered the spread in four of those matchups.
  • Last season, six Michigan State games hit the over.

Michigan State Stats & Insights

  • Michigan State averaged 9.1 more points per game (31.8) than Washington allowed (22.7) last year.
  • When Michigan State scored over 22.7 points last season, it was 7-2 against the spread and 9-1 overall.
  • Last season Washington had a 2-8 record against the spread and a 4-6 record overall in games when it held opponents to less than 31.8 points.
  • Michigan State averaged 92.9 more yards per game (429.5) than Washington gave up per matchup (336.6) last season.
  • Michigan State was 7-1 against the spread and 8-1 overall when the team churned out more than 336.6 yards last season.
  • When Washington kept its opponents to less than 429.5 yards last year, it had a 3-7 record ATS and a 3-7 record overall.
  • Michigan State rushed for 175.8 yards per game last season, 17.5 fewer than the 193.3 Washington allowed per contest.
  • Michigan State had a 4-0 ATS record and a 5-0 overall record when the team rushed for more than 193.3 yards last season.
  • Washington was 2-3 against the spread and 3-2 overall when holding opponents to fewer than 175.8 rushing yards last year.
  • Last season Michigan State turned the ball over 17 times, one more than Washington’s takeaways (16).

Michigan State’s Best Players

  • Payton Thorne threw for 3,241 yards and 27 touchdowns last season. He also chipped in on the ground, accumulating four touchdowns while racking up 164 yards.
  • Kenneth Walker III averaged 125.8 rushing yards per game and scored 18 rushing touchdowns.
  • Jordon Simmons rushed for 278 yards last season.
  • Jayden Reed averaged 78.9 receiving yards and racked up 10 receiving touchdowns over the course of the 2021 season.
  • Jalen Nailor averaged 53.5 receiving yards on 5.9 targets per game in 2021, scoring six touchdowns.
  • Tre Mosley worked his way to three receiving touchdowns and 531 receiving yards (40.8 ypg) last season.
  • Jacub Panasiuk proved to be a relentless defender last year, recording 7.0 sacks, 6.0 TFL and 38 tackles.
  • Xavier Henderson had an impactful defensive performance last season with 90 tackles, 6.0 TFL, three sacks, and one interception.
  • Last year Cal Haladay intercepted two passes to go along with 85 tackles, 2.0 TFL, 0.5 sacks, and three passes defended.
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