At 11:00 PM ET on Saturday, the BYU Cougars (6-5) play at the Stanford Cardinal (3-8).

The Cougars are favored, but by less than a touchdown (-6.5), versus the Cardinal. The over/under for this game is 57.5 points.

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Game Info and Betting Lines for BYU vs. Stanford

  • Game Day: Saturday, November 26, 2022
  • Game Time: 11:00 PM ET
  • TV Channel: Fox Sports 1
  • Location: Stanford, California
  • Stadium: Stanford Stadium
Cougars vs Cardinal Betting Information
Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
Cougars -6.5 -112 -110 57.5 -113 -109 -240 +191

BYU Betting Insights

  • Stanford is just 2-9-0 against the spread this year.
  • Stanford is 1-5 against the spread when an underdog by 6.5 points or more this season.
  • Five of Stanford’s 11 games with a set total have hit the over (45.5%).

BYU Stats & Insights

  • Offensively, BYU ranks 32nd in the FBS with 439.1 yards per game. Meanwhile, its defense ranks 101st in total defense (413.3 yards allowed per contest).
  • From an offensive standpoint, BYU ranks 44th in the FBS with 31.6 points per game. Meanwhile, the team’s defense ranks 104th in points allowed (413.3 points allowed per contest).
  • BYU sports the 73rd-ranked defense this season in terms of passing yards (228.3 allowed per game), and has been better on offense, ranking 21st-best with 282.4 passing yards per game.
  • With 185.0 rushing yards allowed per game on defense, which ranks 25th-worst in the FBS, BYU has had to lean on their 64th-ranked running game (156.7 rushing yards per contest) to keep them competitive.
  • BYU has the 35th-ranked third-down offense this year (44.1% third-down percentage), but has been less effective on defense, ranking 17th-worst with a 44.2% third-down conversion rate allowed.
  • With 11 forced turnovers (112th in the FBS) against nine turnovers committed (10th in the FBS), BYU (+2) owns the 52nd-ranked turnover margin in college football.

BYU’s Best Players

  • Jaren Hall has racked up 3,078 yards (279.8 ypg) on 241-of-365 passing with 29 touchdowns compared to six interceptions this season. In addition, he’s added 279 rushing yards (25.4 ypg) on 75 carries while scoring two touchdowns on the ground.
  • Christopher Brown Jr. has carried the ball 88 times for a team-high 561 yards on the ground and has found the end zone five times as a runner.
  • Lopini Katoa has been handed the ball 75 times this year and racked up 333 yards (30.3 per game) with two touchdowns.
  • Puka Nacua’s leads his squad with 592 yards as a receiver. He’s racked up that yardage on 45 receptions (out of 66 targets) and scored five touchdowns.
  • Keanu Hill has caught 35 passes for 570 yards (51.8 yards per game) and seven touchdowns this year.
  • Kody Epps has a total of 459 receiving yards so far this year, hauling in 39 throws and scoring six touchdowns.
  • John Nelson leads the team with 2.0 sacks, and also has 4.0 TFL and 17 tackles.
  • Ben Bywater is the team’s tackle leader this year. He’s picked up 51 tackles, 1.0 TFL, one sack, and two interceptions.
  • Max Tooley leads the team with three interceptions, while also recording 38 tackles, 2.0 TFL, one sack, and three passes defended.

Stanford Betting Insights

  • Stanford has covered the spread only twice in 11 opportunities this season.
  • Stanford is 1-5 against the spread when an underdog by 6.5 points or more this year.
  • The teams have hit the over in five of Stanford’s 11 games with a set total.

Stanford Stats & Insights

  • Stanford ranks 92nd in total yards per game (360.7), but it has been less effective defensively, ranking 21st-worst in the FBS with 432.5 total yards surrendered per contest.
  • This season has been ugly for Stanford on both offense and defense, as it is putting up just 20.9 points per contest (23rd-worst) and ceding 31.9 points per game (19th-worst).
  • From an offensive standpoint, Stanford is putting up 248.5 passing yards per contest (46th-ranked). It ranks 63rd in the FBS on the other side of the ball (220.3 passing yards allowed per game).
  • Stanford has plenty of room to improve in the running game, as it ranks 18th-worst in rushing yards per game (112.3) and eighth-worst in rushing yards surrendered per game (212.3).
  • Stanford ranks 92nd in the FBS with a 36.4% third-down conversion percentage, but it has been carried by its defense, which ranks 23rd-best by allowing a 32.9% third-down rate.
  • With nine forced turnovers (124th in the FBS) and 21 turnovers committed (116th in the FBS) this season, Stanford ranks 100th in the FBS with a turnover margin of -12.

Stanford’s Best Players

  • Tanner McKee has compiled 2,634 yards on 60.5% passing while recording 12 touchdown passes with seven interceptions this season.
  • Casey Filkins has run the ball 122 times for 478 yards, with four touchdowns. He’s also tacked on 17 catches for 205 yards and one touchdown.
  • E.J. Smith has piled up 30 carries and totaled 206 yards with three touchdowns.
  • Elijah Higgins paces his squad with 627 receiving yards on 52 catches with two touchdowns.
  • Benjamin Yurosek has caught 47 passes and compiled 426 receiving yards (38.7 per game) with one touchdown.
  • Michael Wilson has racked up 418 reciving yards (38.0 ypg) and four touchdowns this season.
  • Stephen Herron has 5.5 sacks to lead the team, and also has 4.0 TFL and 25 tackles.
  • Levani Damuni, Stanford’s tackle leader, has 44 tackles, 3.0 TFL, one sack, and one interception this year.
  • Jonathan McGill has a team-leading one interception to go along with 34 tackles, 4.0 TFL, one sack, and one pass defended.
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