A pair of excellent wide receivers will be featured when Nathaniel Dell and the Houston Cougars (7-4) host Keylon Stokes and the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (4-7) on Saturday, November 26, 2022.
The Cougars are expected to win by double digits (currently -12) against the Golden Hurricane. The over/under for this game is 67 points.
Game Info and Betting Lines for Houston vs. Tulsa
- Game Day: Saturday, November 26, 2022
- Game Time: 7:30 PM ET
- TV Channel: ESPNU
- Location: Houston, Texas
- Stadium: John O’Quinn Field at TDECU Stadium
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Houston Betting Insights
- Tulsa has covered the spread only two times in 11 opportunities this year.
- When it has played as at least 12-point underdogs this season, Tulsa is 1-0 against the spread.
- Tulsa games have hit the over in six out of 11 opportunities (54.5%).
Houston Stats & Insights
- Houston owns the 21st-best offense this season in terms of total yards (460.0 yards per game), but rank 23rd-worst on defense (429.7 yards allowed per game).
- Houston has struggled defensively, ranking 16th-worst in the FBS (33.2 points allowed per game) this season. However, the defensive unit ranks 14th-best on offense, putting up 37.8 points per game.
- While Houston ranks seventh-worst in the FBS in passing defense with 283.0 passing yards allowed per game, it’s been a different story on the other side of the ball, as the offensive unit ranks 10th-best in the FBS (315.2 passing yards per game).
- Houston is totaling 144.8 rushing yards per game on offense this season (72nd in the FBS), and is surrendering 146.7 rushing yards per game (64th) on the defensive side of the ball.
- Houston has struggled defensively in terms of third-down efficiency, ranking 14th-worst in the FBS (45.0% third-down conversion rate) this season. With the ball, however, the Cougars ranks 11th-best, averaging a 49.7% third-down percentage.
- Houston has forced 10 total turnovers (119th in the FBS) this season and have turned it over 18 times (92nd in the FBS) for -8a turnover margin of -8, 100th-ranked in college football.
Houston’s Best Players
- Clayton Tune has thrown for 3,459 yards, completing 68.7% of his passes and recording 35 touchdowns and nine interceptions this season. He’s also run for 459 yards (41.7 ypg) on 107 carries with five rushing touchdowns.
- The team’s top rusher, Stacy Sneed, has carried the ball 70 times for 489 yards (44.5 per game), scoring five times.
- Dell’s 1,193 yards as a receiver pace the team. He’s been targeted 127 times and has collected 94 catches and 14 touchdowns.
- Matthew Golden has hauled in 33 receptions totaling 525 yards, finding the end zone six times as a receiver so far this campaign.
- KeSean Carter has compiled 34 receptions for 474 yards, an average of 43.1 yards per game. He’s scored four times as a receiver this season.
- Derek Parish has 4.5 sacks to lead the team, and also has 6.0 TFL and 19 tackles.
- Houston’s top-tackler, Donavan Mutin, has 62 tackles and 3.0 TFL this year.
- Art Green has picked off a team-leading two passes. He also has 37 tackles, 2.0 TFL, and four passes defended to his name.
Tulsa Betting Insights
- Tulsa has covered the spread only twice in 11 opportunities this year.
- When it has played as at least 12-point underdogs this year, Tulsa is 1-0 against the spread.
- In Tulsa’s 11 games with a set total, six have hit the over (54.5%).
Tulsa Stats & Insights
- Tulsa ranks 52nd with 410.1 total yards per contest on offense, and it ranks 97th with 405.9 total yards given up per contest on the defensive side of the ball.
- Tulsa ranks 54th in points per game (30.0), but it has been less productive defensively, ranking 15th-worst in the FBS with 33.4 points allowed per contest.
- Tulsa ranks 31st in the FBS with 269.3 passing yards per contest, but it has been led by its defense, which ranks 23rd-best by surrendering only 190.0 passing yards per game.
- Tulsa ranks 82nd in rushing yards per game (140.8), but it has been less effective on the defensive side of the ball, ranking fifth-worst in the FBS with 215.9 rushing yards surrendered per contest.
- From an offensive standpoint, Tulsa is putting up a 39.5% third-down conversion percentage (67th-ranked). It ranks 57th in the FBS on the other side of the ball (37.7% third-down rate allowed).
- With 13 forced turnovers (89th in the FBS) and 18 turnovers committed (92nd in the FBS) this season, Tulsa ranks 100th in the FBS with a turnover margin of -5.
Tulsa’s Best Players
- Davis Brin leads Tulsa with 2,138 yards on 148-of-250 passing with 17 touchdowns compared to eight interceptions this season.
- The team’s top rusher, Deneric Prince, has carried the ball 110 times for 689 yards (62.6 per game) with five touchdowns.
- Steven Anderson has been given 80 carries and totaled 326 yards with six touchdowns.
- Stokes has totaled 69 receptions this season and his team-high yardage total sits at 1,177 (107.0 yards per game). He’s been targeted 99 times and has seven touchdowns.
- JuanCarlos Santana has totaled 690 receiving yards (62.7 yards per game) and five touchdowns on 47 receptions.
- Malachai Jones’ 63 targets have resulted in 34 grabs for 425 yards and two touchdowns.
- Joseph Anderson has 3.5 sacks to lead the team, and also has 3.0 TFL and 18 tackles.
- Tulsa’s top-tackler, Bryson Powers, has 48 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and one sack this year.
- Justin Wright has picked off a team-high two passes. He also has 47 tackles, 4.0 TFL, two sacks, and two passes defended to his name.