Vanderbilt at Purdue NCAA Football Pick and Parlay 9/7/2019
Saturday, September 7, 2019
Riley Neal and the Vanderbilt Commodores go to Ross-Ade Stadium on Saturday where they'll take on the Purdue Boilermakers. Vanderbilt opens this game as 8-point dogs. The total is set at 56.5.
In their last game, the Vanderbilt Commodores took on the Georgia Bulldogs and were on the losing end of this game by a score of 30-6. Leading the way at QB for the Commodores was Riley Neal who went 14/25 with 85 yards by way of passing but didn't get a passing TD in this game. He walked away from this game with no interceptions. Ke'Shawn Vaughn paced the team on the ground in this game. He had a long run of 16 yards but wasn't able to convert a rushing touchdown. He scurried for 74 yards via 15 carries which meant he averaged 4.9 yards per carry. Ke'Shawn Vaughn was the receiving yardage leader by racking up 24 yards on 3 catches. He earned an average of 8.0 yards per catch in this game.
The Commodores step onto the field holding a record of 0-1 for this year. They are a low scoring offensive team in the conference and they will have to really have a good night if they want to have a good offensive game. For total yards, they sit in 13th in the Southeastern Conference and 120th in D-1 with 225 yards. When it comes to getting in the endzone, the Commodores have compiled a total of 0 passing TDs and 0 rushing touchdowns. They are one of lowest scoring teams in the nation averaging 6 points per game, ranking them 126th in D-1. As a unit, they have an average of 116 rushing yards per game which is 10th in the Southeastern Conference.
The Commodores have one of the middle tier defenses in the country allowing 30 points per game, putting them 12th in the SEC and 83rd in the country. When talking about yards rushing, Vanderbilt is allowing 325 yards per contest ranking them 14th in the Southeastern Conference and 126th in college football. Opposing teams are running for an average of 8.1 yards per rush which has them at 14th in the SEC and 128th in the nation overall. Overall, they have conceded 325 rushing yards through 1 game. When it comes to yards through the air, the Commodores have conceded 109 yards. Opponents are completing 65.2% of the passes they throw against them and averaging 6.8 yards per attempt. They have allowed 1 passing touchdown and 2 rushing touchdowns.
In their last game, the Purdue Boilermakers took on the Nevada Wolf Pack and added a loss to their record by a score of 34-31. Leading the way at QB for the Boilermakers was Elijah Sindelar who went 34/52 with 423 yards by way of the pass and added 4 TD's. He tossed 2 interceptions on this day. Zander Horvath led the team on the ground for that game. He broke a long run for 13 yards but he wasn't able to rush for a TD on this day. He scurried for 66 yards by way of 19 carries which gave him an average of 3.5 yards per carry. Rondale Moore was the leader in receiving yardage with a total of 124 yards on 11 catches. He earned an average of 11.3 yards per catch for that game.
The Boilermakers head into this game 0-1. In discussing the offensive production, the Boilermakers have one of the top tier offenses in the country. When talking about the points that are being put on the board, the Boilermakers are currently ranked 11th in the Big Ten Conference and 63rd out of all the teams in the country with an average of 31 points per contest. Purdue hasn't done much to make teams fear their rushing game by averaging 96 yards per contest, which has them at 101st in the country. As a team, they have compiled a total of 96 yards rushing through 1 game, so they'll need to look to improve on these numbers if they want to compete with the better teams in the nation. The Boilermakers average 519 yards per contest overall ranking them 27th in the nation and 4th in the conference.
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The Boilermakers are giving up 34 points per contest ranking them 14th in the Big Ten Conference and 96th in college football. Their pass defense is one of the middle of the road groups in D-1. They are allowing 295 passing yards per game. For yards through the air allowed per game, the Boilermakers currently sit at 13th in the conference. They have allowed 3 passing TDs in 2019. When talking about points allowed, they have allowed 34 points in total. When it comes to rushing yards, they are conceding 109 yards per game ranking them 58th in D-1 and 11th in the Big Ten Conference. In 2019, they have conceded 109 yards on the ground and 1 rushing TD.
So what is Tonights Parlay prediction?
Parlays Pundit's Pick: Take the Commodores +8 and under 56.5 total points
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