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At Peden Stadium on Tuesday, the Buffalo Bulls (5-3) face the Ohio Bobcats (5-3).
The Bulls are the favorites (-3) in their matchup against the Bobcats, with the over/under at 58.5 points. (On the moneyline, the Bulls are -142 and the Bobcats are +116.)
Game Info and Betting Lines for Buffalo vs. Ohio
- Game Day: Tuesday, November 1, 2022
- Game Time: 7:30 PM ET
- TV Channel: ESPN2
- Location: Athens, Ohio
- Stadium: Peden Stadium
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Buffalo Betting Insights
- Ohio’s ATS record is 5-3-0 this year.
- Ohio is 2-2 against the spread when an underdog by 3 points or more this season.
- Five of Ohio’s eight games with a set total have hit the over (62.5%).
Buffalo Stats & Insights
- Buffalo is compiling 398.6 yards per game on offense (67th in the FBS), and rank 79th defensively, yielding 391.4 yards allowed per game.
- Buffalo is totaling 30.9 points per game on offense, which ranks them 58th in the FBS. On the defensive side of the ball, the defense ranks 60th, giving up 24.8 points per game.
- Buffalo ranks 64th in pass offense (242.0 passing yards per game) and 51st in pass defense (219.5 passing yards allowed per game) this year.
- Offensively, Buffalo ranks 62nd in the FBS with 156.6 rushing yards per game. Meanwhile, the defensive unit ranks 99th in rushing yards allowed per contest (171.9).
- On offense, Buffalo ranks 78th in the FBS with a 38.3% third-down percentage. Meanwhile, the team’s defense ranks 27th in third-down conversion rate allowed (171.9).
- With 17 forced turnovers (10th in the FBS) against 10 turnovers committed (42nd in the FBS), Buffalo’s +7 turnover margin is the 14th-best in college football.
Buffalo’s Best Players
- Cole Snyder has compiled 1,907 yards (238.4 ypg) on 163-of-270 passing with 12 touchdowns compared to five interceptions this season. In addition, he’s added 131 rushing yards (16.4 ypg) on 65 carries while scoring four touchdowns on the ground.
- The team’s top rusher, Ron Cook Jr., has carried the ball 114 times for 496 yards (62.0 per game), scoring three times. He’s also caught 13 passes for 154 yards.
- Mike Washington has been handed the ball 107 times this year and racked up 487 yards (60.9 per game) with six touchdowns.
- Justin Marshall’s 497 yards as a receiver lead the team. He’s been targeted 50 times and has totaled 35 catches and five touchdowns.
- Quian Williams has put together a 450-yard season so far with four touchdowns, reeling in 41 passes on 63 targets.
- Jamari Gassett has racked up 25 catches for 338 yards, an average of 42.3 yards per game. He’s scored two times as a receiver this season.
- Ibrahim Kante has racked up 3.0 sacks to pace the team, while also recording 3.0 TFL and 11 tackles.
- Shaun Dolac is the team’s leading tackler this year. He’s amassed 57 tackles, 5.0 TFL, and one sack.
- Marcus Fuqua has a team-leading five interceptions to go along with 23 tackles and six passes defended.
Ohio Betting Insights
- Ohio has gone 5-3-0 ATS this year.
- Ohio is a 2-2 record against the spread in games it was an underdog by 3 points or more this season.
- Out of Ohio’s eight games with a set total, five have hit the over (62.5%).
Ohio Stats & Insights
- Ohio has sputtering defensively, ranking worst with 509.6 total yards allowed per game. It has been more effective offensively, regstering 426.5 total yards per contest (42nd-ranked).
- Ohio’s defense has been bottom-25 in scoring defense this season, conceding 34.4 points per game, which ranks 11th-worst in the FBS. Offensively, it ranks 49th with 32.0 points per contest.
- While Ohio’s pass defense has had trouble stopping opposing offenses, ranking worst by allowing 335.0 passing yards per game, its offense ranks 14th-best with 308.5 passing yards per contest.
- In terms of rushing, Ohio ranks 105th in the FBS on offense (118.0 rushing yards per game) and 101st defensively (174.6 rushing yards allowed per contest).
- Ohio ranks 87th in the FBS with a 37.3% third-down conversion rate on offense, and 82nd with a 40.8% third-down percentage allowed on defense.
- Ohio has excelled in terms of turnovers, as the team’s turnover margin of +6 ranks 20th-best in the FBS, with 14 forced turnovers (26th in the nation) and eight turnovers committed (20th in the nation).
Ohio’s Best Players
- Kurtis Rourke has recored 2,408 passing yards, or 301.0 per game, so far this season. He has completed 68.5% of his passes and has collected 16 touchdowns with three interceptions. He’s also contributed on the ground with 23.6 rushing yards per game while scoring as a runner four times.
- Sieh Bangura is his team’s leading rusher with 107 carries for 495 yards, or 61.9 per game. He’s found paydirt seven times on the ground, as well. Bangura has also chipped in with 17 catches for 163 yards and one receiving touchdown.
- Nolan McCormick has been given 61 carries and totaled 219 yards with one touchdown while also gaining 141 yards through the air with one touchdown.
- Sam Wiglusz paces his squad with 585 receiving yards on 50 receptions with seven touchdowns.
- James Bostic has totaled 395 receiving yards (49.4 yards per game) and one touchdown on 18 receptions.
- Jacoby Jones’ 23 grabs (on 30 targets) have netted him 366 yards (45.8 ypg) and two touchdowns.
- Bryce Houston has racked up 2.5 sacks to lead the team, while also picking up 3.0 TFL and 37 tackles.
- Ohio’s leading tackler, Keye Thompson, has 57 tackles, 3.0 TFL, and one interception this year.
- Zack Sanders has a team-leading two interceptions to go along with 33 tackles, 1.0 TFL, one sack, and two passes defended.