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    At 7:00 PM ET on Friday, the Army Black Knights (1-1) play at the UTSA Roadrunners (1-1).

    The Roadrunners are double-digit favorites (currently -10.5) in their matchup against the Black Knights, with the over/under being 46 points. (On the moneyline, the Roadrunners are -526 and the Black Knights are +380.)

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    Game Info for UTSA vs. Army

    • Game Day: Friday, September 15, 2023
    • Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
    • TV Channel: ESPN
    • Location: San Antonio, Texas
    • Stadium: Alamodome
    UTSA vs Army Betting Information
    Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
    UTSA -10.5 -111 -109 46 -110 -110 -526 +380

    UTSA Pick Insights

    • UTSA has not covered the spread in a game yet this season in two games.
    • UTSA is winless against the spread (0-1) when playing as at least 10.5-point favorites.

    UTSA Stats & Insights

    • Last year, UTSA averaged 14.3 more points per game (36.8) than Army surrendered (22.5).
    • UTSA was 6-5 against the spread and 10-1 overall last season when the team put up over 22.5 points.
    • UTSA racked up 117 more yards per game (476) than Army gave up per matchup (359) last year.
    • In games that UTSA picked up more than 359 yards last year, the team was 6-6 against the spread and 10-2 overall.
    • UTSA rushed for 175.3 yards per game last season, 23.7 fewer than the 199 Army allowed per contest.
    • When UTSA rushed for more than 199 yards last season, it compiled a 3-2 ATS record and a 5-0 overall record.
    • UTSA turned the ball over three more times (19 total) than Army forced a turnover (16) last season.

    UTSA’s Best Players

    • Frank Harris had a passing stat line last season of 4,063 yards with a 69.6% completion rate (328-for-471), 32 touchdowns, nine interceptions, and an average of 290.2 yards per game. His rushing stat line was 129 carries for 602 yards and nine TDs.
    • Last season, Kevorian Barnes ran for 845 yards on 135 carries (60.4 yards per game) and scored six times.
    • Brenden Brady put up 699 yards on 156 carries (49.9 yards per game), with nine rushing touchdowns last year.
    • Zakhari Franklin hauled in 94 catches for 1,136 yards (81.1 per game) while being targeted 134 times. He also scored 15 touchdowns.
    • Joshua Cephus also impressed receiving last season. He bagged 87 receptions for 985 yards and six touchdowns. He was targeted 115 times.
    • De’Corian Clark’s stat line last year: 741 receiving yards, 51 catches, eight touchdowns, on 74 targets.
    • Trey Moore’s hard work last season put together a stat line of eight sacks, nine TFL and 38 tackles.
    • Last season Jamal Ligon racked up 64 tackles, three TFL, and one sack.
    • Clifford Chattman collected five interceptions while adding 45 tackles and five passes defended last year.

    Army Betting Insights

    • Army has not covered the spread in a game yet this year in one game with a set total.
    • Army’s one games with a set total this season have all finished under the over/under.

    Army Pick Insights

    • Army put up 28.6 points per game last year, comparable to the 25.9 UTSA allowed.
    • Army was 4-3 against the spread and 5-2 overall in games when it put up over 25.9 points last season.
    • Army racked up 21.7 fewer yards per game (365.9) than UTSA gave up (387.6) per outing last year.
    • When Army picked up more than 387.6 yards last season, the team was 3-3 against the spread and 4-2 overall.
    • Last season Army ran for 144.7 more yards per game (288.9) than UTSA allowed per outing (144.2).
    • When Army rushed for more than 144.2 yards last year it had a 5-5 ATS record and a 5-5 overall record.
    • Army had 12 giveaways last year, while UTSA had 21 takeaways.

    Army’s Best Players

    • Cade Ballard completed 43.5% of his passes to throw for 363 yards and two touchdowns last season. He also helped on the ground, collecting one touchdown while racking up 196 yards.
    • Tyhier Tyler tallied 662 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground during last year’s campaign.
    • Riley Tyson ran for two touchdowns on 436 yards a year ago.
    • Isaiah Alston averaged 23.8 receiving yards and grabbed one receiving touchdown over the course of the 2022 season.
    • Ay’Juan Marshall grabbed two touchdowns and had 208 receiving yards (17.3 ypg) in 2022.
    • Braheam Murphy caught six passes on his way to 165 receiving yards and one touchdown a season ago.
    • Andre Carter II proved to be a strong defender last year, recording three sacks, seven TFL and 24 tackles.
    • Leo Lowin was all over the field last season with 66 tackles, five TFL, three sacks, and two interceptions.
    • A year ago Marquel Broughton tallied 59 tackles, one TFL, and three passes defended as well as three interceptions.

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