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    At Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, the South Florida Bulls (1-7) play the Temple Owls (2-6).

    The Bulls are the favorites (-3) in their matchup versus the Owls, with the over/under being 51 points. (In terms of the moneyline, the Bulls are -158 and the Owls are +130.)

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    Game Info and Betting Lines for South Florida vs. Temple

    • Game Day: Saturday, November 5, 2022
    • Game Time: 2:00 PM ET
    • TV Channel: ESPN+
    • Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field
    Bulls vs Owls Betting Information
    Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
    Bulls -3 -113 -109 51 -110 -112 -158 +130

    South Florida Betting Insights

    • Temple has a 5-3-0 record against the spread this season.
    • Temple is 3-3 against the spread when an underdog by 3 points or more this season.
    • In Temple’s eight games with a set total, three have hit the over (37.5%).

    South Florida Stats & Insights

    • South Florida sports the 89th-ranked offense this year (362.6 yards per game), and have been less effective on the other side of the ball, ranking third-worst with 488.4 yards allowed per game.
    • With 38.1 points allowed per game on defense, which ranks fourth-worst in the FBS, South Florida has been forced to rely on their 89th-ranked offense (25.5 points per contest) to keep them in games.
    • It’s been a hard stretch for South Florida in terms of throwing the football and defending the pass, ranking 24th-worst in passing offense (192.9 passing yards per game) and 12th-worst in passing defense (282 passing yards per game allowed) in 2022.
    • South Florida owns the 55th-ranked rushing offense this year (169.8 rushing yards per game), and has been less effective defensively, ranking 10th-worst with 206.4 rushing yards allowed per game.
    • South Florida owns the 85th-ranked third-down offense this year (37.4% third-down percentage), but has been less effective on defense, ranking 21st-worst with a 44.3% third-down conversion rate allowed.
    • South Florida has the 60th-ranked turnover margin in college football at +1, forcing 12 turnovers (62nd in the FBS) while turning it over 11 times (61st in the FBS).

    South Florida’s Best Players

    • Gerry Bohanon has been a dual threat for South Florida so far this season. He has 1,070 passing yards, completing 56.9% of his passes and collecting six touchdown passes and six interceptions this season. He’s rushed for 386 yards (48.3 ypg) on 60 carries with three rushing touchdowns.
    • The team’s top rusher, Brian Battie, has carried the ball 93 times for 599 yards (74.9 per game), scoring six times.
    • Xavier Weaver’s team-leading 539 yards as a receiver have come on 43 catches (out of 72 targets) with three touchdowns.
    • Jimmy Horn Jr. has grabbed 22 passes while averaging 47.6 yards per game and scoring three touchdowns.
    • Omarion Dollison’s eight grabs have turned into 125 yards.
    • Jason Vaughn has racked up five sacks to pace the team, while also recording five TFL and 13 tackles.
    • South Florida’s top-tackler, Dwayne Boyles, has 44 tackles, five TFL, one sack, and one interception this year.
    • Aamaris Brown has a team-leading two interceptions to go along with 12 tackles and two passes defended.

    Temple Betting Insights

    • Temple’s ATS record is 5-3-0 this year.
    • When it has played as at least 3-point underdogs this season, Temple is 3-3 against the spread.
    • In Temple’s eight games with a set total, three have hit the over (37.5%).

    Temple Stats & Insights

    • Temple’s offense has been bottom-25 in total offense this season, putting up 284.4 total yards per game, which ranks seventh-worst in the FBS. On the defensive side of the ball, it ranks 41st with 352 total yards allowed per contest.
    • Temple has not been getting things done offensively, ranking third-worst in the FBS with 15.5 points per game. It has been better defensively, surrendering 26 points per contest (67th-ranked).
    • Temple ranks 98th in the FBS with 211.6 passing yards per game, but it has been led by its defense, which ranks fifth-best by giving up just 166.6 passing yards per contest.
    • Temple has plenty of room to get better in the running game, as it ranks second-worst in rushing yards per game (72.8) and 25th-worst in rushing yards allowed per game (185.4).
    • Temple ranks fifth-worst in third-down conversion rate (27.7%), but at least it has been playing well on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 20th-best in third-down rate surrendered (31.6%).
    • Temple has produced seven forced turnovers (116th in the FBS) and committed 17 turnovers (118th in the FBS) this season for a -10 turnover margin that ranks 100th in the FBS.

    Temple’s Best Players

    • E.J. Warner has 1,504 passing yards, or 188 per game, so far this season. He has completed 53.6% of his passes and has collected eight touchdowns with nine interceptions.
    • Edward Saydee is his team’s leading rusher with 85 carries for 290 yards, or 36.3 per game. He’s found the end zone one time on the ground, as well.
    • Darvon Hubbard has run for 126 yards across 37 carries, scoring one touchdown.
    • Jose Barbon’s 488 receiving yards (61 yards per game) are a team high. He has 37 catches on 69 targets with one touchdown.
    • Adonicas Sanders has racked up 352 receiving yards (44 yards per game) and one touchdown on 29 receptions.
    • Amad Anderson Jr.’s 34 targets have resulted in 24 grabs for 300 yards and two touchdowns.
    • Layton Jordan has 6.5 sacks to pace the team, and also has 12 TFL, 33 tackles, and two interceptions.
    • Yvandy Rigby is the team’s tackle leader this year. He’s racked up 54 tackles, five TFL, and two sacks.
    • Jordan has picked off a team-leading two passes. He also has 33 tackles, 12 TFL, 6.5 sacks, and two passes defended to his name.
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