Saturday, October 10, 2015
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The New Mexico Lobos matchup against the Nevada Wolf Pack on Saturday at Mackay Stadium. The opening line for this game has Nevada as 6 point favorites and the over/under was set at 57.
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New Mexico was led in passing last game by Lamar Jordan, who finished with 45 yards through the air. He went 5 for 17 on the game, good for a 29% completion percentage. Lamar Jordan was the rushing leader for the Lobos last game. He carried the ball 16 times for an average of 10 yards per carry and ended with 157 yards. Marquis Bundy led the team in receiving. He had a total of 15 yards on 2 receptions for an average of 8 yards per catch in the game. As a team in that game New Mexico totaled 446 yards by way of 78 plays. They rushed the ball 61 times for a total of 401 yards on the game and the Lobos totaled 21 first downs by getting 18 rushing, 2 passing and 1 by penalty.
Nevada was led in passing last game by Tyler Stewart, who finished with 202 yards through the air. He went 20 for 44 on the game, good for a 45% completion percentage. Tyler Stewart was the rushing leader for the Wolf Pack last game. He carried the ball 11 times for an average of 6 yards per carry and ended with 61 yards. Jerico Richardson led the team in receiving. He had a total of 87 yards on 8 receptions for an average of 11 yards per catch in the game. Nevada totaled 343 yards by way of 79 plays. They rushed the ball 35 times for a total of 141 yards on the game and the Wolf Pack totaled 24 first downs by getting 8 rushing, 13 passing and 3 by penalty.
New Mexico is averaging a total of 34.6 points per game on offense. In the air, they are attempting an average of 18.6 passes per game and completing 8.8 of them for a 47.3 percent completion percentage on the year. They are throwing for 116 yards per game through the air as well. The Lobos are averaging 296.2 rushing yards per game on 50.6 attempts per contest for an average of 5.9 yards per carry. They run 69.2 plays per game and average 6 yards per play for an average of 412.2 total yards each outing. The Lobos get 19 first downs per game and they average 68 penalty yards via 7 penalties each contest.
New Mexico allows 232 passing yards per game and 26.2 points per contest on defense. They give up 17.2 completions on 30.6 attempts per game for a completion percentage of 56.2. The Lobos allow an average of 157.4 rushing yards per game on 39.6 carries for a 4 average. New Mexico gives up 389.4 total yards per game including 5.5 yards per play. They force 2 turnovers per contest and get flagged for 7.2 penalties per game that total 53.6 yards as a unit.
Nevada is accumulating 23.8 points per game on offense. In the air, they attempt an average of 30.2 passes per game and complete 15.8 of them for a 52.3 percent completion percentage. They throw for an average of 164 yards per game through the air as well. The Wolf Pack rush for an average of 196.6 yards per contest on 40 attempts for an average of 4.9 yards per carry for the season. They run 70.2 plays per game and average 5.1 yards per play for an average of 360.6 total yards per game. The Wolf Pack are averaging 19 first downs per outing and accumulate 66.4 penalty yards via 6.6 penalties each game.
Nevada allows an average of 256.2 passing yards and 29.8 points per contest. They give up 23.6 completions on 36.4 attempts for a completion percentage of 64.8 per game. The Wolf Pack allow an average of 187.8 rushing yards per game on 37.8 carries for an average of 5 yards per carry. Nevada gives up 444 total yards per game including an average of 6 per play. They create an average of 1.4 turnovers per game and 5.8 penalties for 52.4 yards each game.
New Mexico Betting Trends
New Mexico is 3-2-0 against the over/under so far this season
New Mexico has an ATS record of 3-2-0 this season
Nevada Betting Trends
Nevada is 2-3-0 against the over/under so far this season
Nevada has an ATS record of 2-3-0 this season
Injuries to Watch
10/05/15 DL Kene Okonkwo Ankle out indefinitely
09/06/15 C Toye Adewon Undisclosed out for season
09/01/15 OT Johnny Vizcaino Concussion out for season
09/01/15 LB Richard Winston Headache out indefinitely
10/04/15 OG Adam Khouri Undisclosed "?" Saturday vs. New Mexico
10/04/15 DT Rykeem Yates Suspension "?" Saturday vs. New Mexico
09/29/15 TE Matt Moen Undisclosed out for season
09/08/15 WR Brayden Sanchez Knee out for season
Tony's Pick: Take New Mexico
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