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The Wyoming Cowboys and the Ohio Bobcats play in the Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl. The matchup is at 4:30 PM ET on December 30, 2022, and airs on Bars.
The Bobcats are underdogs, but by less than a field goal (+1), versus the Cowboys (with an over/under of 42.5 points).
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Game Info and Betting Lines for Wyoming vs. Ohio
- Game Day: Friday, December 30, 2022
- Game Time: 4:30 PM ET
- TV Channel: Bars
- Location: Tucson, Arizona
- Stadium: Arizona Stadium
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Wyoming Betting Insights
- Ohio’s ATS record is 9-4-0 this year.
- Ohio has a 5-3 record against the spread this year when an underdog by 1 point or more.
- The teams have hit the over in seven of Ohio’s 13 games with a set total.
Wyoming Stats & Insights
- While Wyoming ranks 61st in total defense with 369.4 yards allowed per game, the team’s offensive unit has been slightly less successful, ranking 15th-worst (316.1 yards per game).
- Wyoming ranks 20th-worst in scoring offense (20.8 points per game), but has been a little better on defense, ranking 40th with 23.4 points allowed per contest.
- Wyoming ranks seventh-worst in passing offense (127.8 passing yards per game), but thas played a little better on defense, ranking 62nd with 219.8 passing yards allowed per contest.
- Wyoming is totaling 188.3 rushing yards per game offensively this year (37th in the FBS), and is surrendering 149.7 rushing yards per game (68th) on the other side of the ball.
- Wyoming has been a bottom-25 offense on third down this season, ranking 22nd-worst with a 34.0% third-down conversion rate. Defensively, the Cowboys rank 62nd in the FBS (37.7% third-down percentage allowed).
- With 13 forced turnovers (96th in the FBS) against 14 turnovers committed (37th in the FBS), Wyoming (-1) has the 100th-ranked turnover margin in college football.
Wyoming’s Best Players
- Andrew Peasley has thrown for 1,388 yards (126.2 ypg) to lead Wyoming, completing 51.4% of his passes and collecting nine touchdown passes compared to eight interceptions this season. He’s also contributed in the ground game with 330 rushing yards on 70 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
- Titus Swen has racked up 1,039 yards on 207 carries while finding paydirt eight times as a runner.
- Dawaiian McNeely has racked up 356 yards on 63 attempts, scoring one time.
- Joshua Cobbs’ 407 yards as a receiver lead the team. He’s been targeted zero times and has collected 35 receptions and two touchdowns.
- Wyatt Wieland has caught 21 passes for 289 yards (28.9 yards per game) and one touchdown this year.
- Treyton Welch has compiled 17 receptions for 217 yards, an average of 24.1 yards per game. He’s scored four times as a receiver this season.
- DeVonne Harris has seven sacks to pace the team, and also has 11 TFL and 48 tackles.
- Easton Gibbs, Wyoming’s top tackler, has 105 tackles, six TFL, and two sacks this year.
- Cameron Stone has a team-high two interceptions to go along with 35 tackles, one TFL, and 10 passes defended.
Ohio Betting Insights
- Ohio has a 9-4-0 record against the spread this year.
- Ohio is 5-3 against the spread when an underdog by 1 point or more this season.
- Seven of Ohio’s 13 games with a set total have hit the over (53.8%).
Ohio Stats & Insights
- Ohio ranks 38th in total yards per game (424.3), but it has been less productive on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 19th-worst in the FBS with 435.9 total yards conceded per contest.
- With 31.9 points per game on offense, Ohio ranks 40th in the FBS. Defensively, it ranks 86th, allowing 28.4 points per contest.
- Ohio ranks second-worst in passing yards allowed per game (293.3), but at least it has been getting things done on offense, ranking 18th-best in passing yards per contest (285.3).
- With 139.0 rushing yards per game on offense, Ohio ranks 83rd in the FBS. Defensively it ranks 52nd, allowing 142.6 rushing yards per contest.
- With a 41.9% third-down conversion percentage on offense, Ohio ranks 42nd in the FBS. Defensively, it ranks 68th, allowing a 38.8% third-down rate.
- Ohio has accumulated 23 forced turnovers this season and have turned it over 10 times, resulting in a +13 turnover margin, which ranks fourth-best in the FBS.
Ohio’s Best Players
- Kurtis Rourke has compiled 3,256 yards (296.0 ypg) while completing 69.1% of his passes and tossing 25 touchdown passes with four interceptions this season. He’s also rushed for 249 yards with four touchdowns.
- Sieh Bangura has run for 940 yards on 197 carries so far this year while scoring 12 times on the ground. He’s also added 23 catches, totaling 208 yards and two touchdowns through the air.
- Nolan McCormick has run for 283 yards across 81 carries, scoring one touchdown. He’s chipped in with 20 catches for 164 yards and one touchdown.
- Sam Wiglusz has racked up 856 receiving yards on 70 catches to pace his squad so far this season while scoring 11 touchdowns as a receiver.
- Jacoby Jones has 42 receptions (on zero targets) for a total of 732 yards (61.0 yards per game) and five touchdowns this year.
- James Bostic’s zero targets have resulted in 32 catches for 592 yards and one touchdown.
- Bryce Houston leads the team with five sacks, and also has nine TFL and 85 tackles.
- Keye Thompson is the team’s leading tackler this year. He’s amassed 106 tackles, four TFL, one sack, and one interception.
- Zack Sanders has picked off a team-high three passes. He also has 54 tackles, two TFL, one sack, and four passes defended to his name.