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The Washington State Cougars (7-4) will host the Washington Huskies (9-2) on Saturday at 10:30 PM ET.
The Huskies are favored, but by less than a field goal (-2), versus the Cougars. The over/under for this game is 60 points.
Game Info and Betting Lines for Washington vs. Washington State
- Game Day: Saturday, November 26, 2022
- Game Time: 10:30 PM ET
- TV Channel: ESPN
- Location: Pullman, Washington
- Stadium: Martin Stadium
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Washington Betting Insights
- Washington State has gone 8-3-0 ATS this season.
- Washington State has a 3-2 record against the spread this season when an underdog by 2 points or more.
- Washington State hase gone over in two of 11 games with a set total (18.2%).
Washington Stats & Insights
- Washington ranks 50th in total defense this season (362.9 yards allowed per game), but has been shining on the other side of the ball, ranking fifth-best in the FBS with 505.2 total yards per game.
- Washington sports the 62nd-ranked defense this year (25.7 points allowed per game), and has been more effective on the other side of the ball, ranking seventh-best with 39.8 points per game.
- On the offensive side of the ball, Washington has been a top-25 unit in terms of passing yards, ranking best in the FBS by totaling 366.8 per game. The Huskies rank 79th on defense (231.2 passing yards allowed per game).
- Washington ranks 85th in run offense (138.4 rushing yards per game) and 42nd in run defense (131.7 rushing yards allowed per game) this season.
- Washington has struggled on defense in terms of third-down efficiency, ranking 10th-worst in the FBS (45.6% third-down conversion rate) this season. With the ball, however, the Huskies ranks best, averaging a 54.7% third-down conversion rate.
- Washington owns the 39th-ranked turnover margin in college football at +4, forcing 12 turnovers (101st in the FBS) while turning it over eight times (sixth in the FBS).
Washington’s Best Players
- Michael Penix Jr. has compiled 3,869 yards (351.7 ypg) on 305-of-457 passing with 26 touchdowns compared to six interceptions this season.
- Wayne Taulapapa has 653 rushing yards on 113 carries with nine touchdowns. He’s also added 20 catches for 199 yards (18.1 per game) and one touchdown via the passing game.
- Cameron Davis has carried the ball 101 times for 467 yards (42.5 per game) and 13 touchdowns.
- Rome Odunze’s leads his squad with 931 yards as a receiver. He’s racked up that yardage on 65 catches (out of 96 targets) and scored six touchdowns.
- Jalen McMillan has grabbed 65 passes while averaging 80.9 yards per game and scoring seven touchdowns.
- Ja’Lynn Polk has a total of 567 receiving yards so far this year, hauling in 34 throws and scoring five touchdowns.
- Bralen Trice has collected 7.0 sacks to pace the team, while also picking up 6.0 TFL and 22 tackles.
- Alex Cook is the team’s top-tackler this year. He’s picked up 53 tackles and 2.0 TFL.
- Asa Turner leads the team with two interceptions, while also collecting 33 tackles and two passes defended.
Washington State Betting Insights
- Washington State’s ATS record is 8-3-0 this season.
- Washington State is a 3-2 record against the spread in games it was an underdog by 2 points or more this year.
- Two of Washington State’s 11 games with a set total have hit the over (18.2%).
Washington State Stats & Insights
- From an offensive perspective, Washington State is posting 369.6 total yards per game (81st-ranked). It ranks 53rd in the FBS on defense (366.1 total yards allowed per game).
- Washington State has been dominant on defense, surrendering only 19.8 points per contest (23rd-best). Offensively, it ranks 76th by posting 27.3 points per game.
- Washington State is putting up 253.1 passing yards per contest on offense this season (42nd-ranked). Meanwhile, it is allowing 246.9 passing yards per contest (97th-ranked) on defense.
- Washington State’s rushing offense has been a bottom-25 unit this season, putting up 116.5 rushing yards per game, which ranks 24th-worst in the FBS. On defense, it ranks 26th with 119.2 rushing yards allowed per contest.
- Washington State ranks 90th in the FBS with a 36.6% third-down conversion rate on offense, and 26th with a 33.1% third-down percentage allowed on defense.
- With 19 forced turnovers (28th in the FBS) and 15 turnovers committed (61st in the FBS) this season, Washington State ranks 39th in the FBS with a turnover margin of +4.
Washington State’s Best Players
- Cameron Ward has thrown for 2,752 yards (250.2 ypg) while completing 64.2% of his passes and tossing 21 touchdown passes with eight interceptions this season.
- Nakia Watson has rushed for 663 yards on 115 carries so far this year while scoring seven times on the ground. He’s also tacked on 22 catches, totaling 249 yards and three touchdowns in the passing game.
- Jaylen Jenkins has racked up 63 carries and totaled 385 yards with one touchdown.
- De’Zhaun Stribling has racked up 544 receiving yards on 44 receptions to pace his squad so far this season while scoring five touchdowns as a receiver.
- Donovan Ollie has 41 receptions (on 66 targets) for a total of 452 yards (41.1 yards per game) and three touchdowns this year.
- Robert Ferrell’s 57 targets have resulted in 42 receptions for 446 yards and three touchdowns.
- Brennan Jackson has racked up 5.0 sacks to pace the team, while also picking up 8.0 TFL and 30 tackles.
- Daiyan Henley, Washington State’s tackle leader, has 85 tackles, 9.0 TFL, four sacks, and one interception this year.
- Sam Lockett III has a team-leading three interceptions to go along with 40 tackles and three passes defended.