Utah vs Oregon State College Football Parlay
Saturday, October 12, 2019
Tyler Huntley and the Utah Utes go to Reser Stadium on Saturday where they'll take on the Oregon State Beavers. The spread on this game has Utah as 13.5-point favorites. The Utes are 2-3-0 ATS and 1-4-0 when betting on the total. The Beavers are 3-2-0 when wagering on the over/under and 4-1-0 against the spread.
Key Utah Utes Injuries
10/06/19 RB Zack Moss Shoulder is upgraded to probable Saturday vs Oregon State
09/29/19 WR Britain Covey ACL is out indefinitely
09/26/19 OL Noah Reneau-Myers Left Team has left team
Key Oregon State Beavers Injuries
10/06/19 WR Jesiah Irish Leg is questionable Saturday vs Utah
09/19/19 WR Trevon Bradford Foot is out indefinitely
08/27/19 LB Andrzej Hughes-Murray Foot is out indefinitely
08/06/19 DE Jeromy Reichner ACL is out for season
08/06/19 TE Ralph Taufa'asau Finger is out indefinitely
The last time they took the field, the Utah Utes went up against the Washington State Cougars and notched a win by a score of 38-13. Devonta'e Henry-Cole led the team on the ground in the game. He broke a long run for 13 yards but he never crossed the endzone by way of the rush. He rushed for 79 yards by way of 15 carries which meant he was running for 5.3 yards per run. Bryan Thompson led the team in receiving yardage with a total of 111 yards on 4 receptions. He earned an average of 27.8 yards per catch in the game. Taking the lead at quarterback for the Utes was Tyler Huntley who went 21/30 with 334 yards through the air and completed 2 TD's. He ended the game without an interception. The Utes rushed the ball a total of 41 times and totaled 192 yards earning them an average of 4.7 yards per rushing attempt. In the game, they totaled 71 plays for 526 yards. For the game, the Utes got 29 first downs and they had a total of 0 penalties for 0 yards which tells us that they had a disciplined week in practice. When it comes to their defensive performance, Utah conceded 30 catches on 49 tries for a total of 252 yards, and a completion percentage of 61.2%. In the running game, the Utes conceded 61 yards on 14 tries which means they allowed 4.4 yards per carry allowed. Overall, they gave up a total of 313 yards and forced 2 turnovers.
The Utes come into this game with a record of 4-1 for this season. They are one of the most potent offenses in the country averaging 31.4 points per game, putting them 61st in the nation. As a unit, they are averaging 223.4 rushing yards per game which is 1st in the Pac-12. For total yardage, they are currently ranked 6th in the Pac-12 and 44th in the nation with 2,301 yards. The Utes have one of the top tier defenses in the country, allowing 14.4 points per contest ranking them 3rd in the Pac-12 Conference. In terms of yards rushing, Utah is allowing 53.8 yards per contest which has them at 1st in the Pac-12 Conference and 4th in Division 1. They are allowing teams to run for an average of 2.5 yards per carry ranking them 1st in the Pac-12 Conference and 8th in the country overall. In total, they have conceded 269 yards rushing through 5 contests. When it comes to passing yards, the Utes have conceded 1,184 yards. Opponents are completing 62.5% of the throws they are attempting against them and averaging 6.8 yards per try.
In their last game, the Oregon State Beavers went up against the UCLA Bruins and earned the win by a score of 48-31. Running the show from under center for the Beavers was Jake Luton who went 18/26 with 285 yards through the air and threw 5 touchdowns. He ended the game with no interceptions. Artavis Pierce paced the team on the ground for that game. He broke a long run for 53 yards and he notched 1 touchdown for the game. He racked up a total of 119 yards on 21 carries which had him averaging 5.7 yards per carry. Isaiah Hodgins led the team in receiving yardage by racking up 123 yards on 10 receptions. He earned an average of 12.3 yards per catch for that game. The Beavers ran the ball 32 times and totaled 163 yards which gave them an average of 5.1 yards per attempt. For the game, the Beavers racked up 20 first downs and they had 5 penalties for 33 yards which tells us their heads weren't always in the game. Overall, they totaled 58 plays for a total of 448 yards. When it comes to their defensive performance, Oregon State conceded 27 completions on 41 attempts for a total of 236 yards, and a completion percentage of 65.9%. Overall, they allowed 492 yards but weren't able to add any takeaways. In the running game, the Beavers conceded 256 yards on 48 tries which means they allowed 5.3 yards per run allowed.
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The Beavers come into this game with a record of 2-3. In terms of offensive proficiency, the Beavers have one of the most prolific offenses in the country. Oregon State is making teams fear their ground game this season by averaging 203 yards on the ground per contest, putting them 39th in Division 1. As a team, they have compiled a total of 1,015 yards rushing through 5 contests, and if they want to continue their dominance, they'll want to keep running the ball. The Beavers average 475.6 yards per contest overall ranking them 24th in D-1 and 3rd in the Pac-12 Conference. The Beavers are allowing 30.4 points per contest ranking them 9th in the Pac-12 and 99th in the nation. When talking about points allowed, they have allowed 152 total points. In terms of rushing yards, they are conceding 195.6 yards per contest ranking them 106th in college football and 12th in the Pac-12 Conference. This season, they have conceded a total of 978 rushing yards and 6 rushing touchdowns. Their pass defense is one of the middling groups in the country. They are giving up 245 passing yards per contest. For passing yards allowed per game, the Beavers sit in 7th in the Pac-12 Conference.
So what is Tonights Parlay prediction?
Parlays Pundit's Pick: Take the Beavers +13.5 and over the total points
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