Ohio Bobcats vs Kent State Golden Flashes Prediction, 12/12/2020 College Football Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: Ohio Bobcats vs Kent State Golden Flashes
Date: Saturday, December 12, 2020
Location: Dix Stadium
Odds/Point Spread: Ohio (+6)
Dustin Crum and the Kent State Golden Flashes (3-1) host the Ohio Bobcats (2-1) at Dix Stadium on Saturday, December 12, 2020. Kent State opens this game as 6-point favorites. The total has been set at 67.
In their last contest, the Ohio Bobcats went up against the Bowling Green Falcons and took home the victory by a score of 52-10. De'Montre Tuggle paced the team on the ground for that contest. He broke a long run for 70 yards and he added 3 TD's for this outing. He ran for a total of 185 yards on 15 carries which had him averaging 12.3 yards per run. Ryan Luehrman was the receiving yardage leader with a total of 34 yards on 5 catches. He had an average of 6.8 yards per reception for that contest. Kurtis Rourke went 10/11 with 63 yards by way of the pass and threw 1 TD. He finished this contest without throwing a pick.
The Bobcats currently have 1,088 yards in total for the season. As a team they're holding an average of 216.7 yards on the ground ranking them 20th in college football. When it comes to distribution of touchdowns, Ohio has compiled 4 passing touchdowns and 8 touchdowns via the ground. In terms of putting points on the board, the Ohio Bobcats hold an average of 34.3 PPG. The Bobcats are sitting in 22nd in D-1 when it comes to team defense, conceding 16.7 points per contest. They are giving up an average of 4.8 yards per rush and 194.0 yards on the ground per contest this season. In total, they have conceded 582 rushing yards through 3 contests. Concerning yards via the pass, the Bobcats have allowed 586 yards which ranks them 14th in the nation. In their 3 games played this year, they have given up 195.3 yards per contest through the air in addition to conceding a completion percentage of 54.4%. Overall, they are granting 389.3 yards per game ranking them 65th in Division 1.
Kurtis Rourke has connected on 30 of his career 44 tosses for a completion percentage of 68.2%. He is throwing for 96.5 yds per game. For his career, Rourke has thrown for 386 yards with 3 TD's and 0 interceptions. He has a QB rating of 164.4 with a TD percentage of 6.8% and an interception rate of 0.0%. Since he has been in college, he has left the pocket to run 17 times totaling 37 rushing yards.
In their last game, the Kent State Golden Flashes played the Buffalo Bulls and added a loss to their record by a score of 70-41. Dustin Crum went 22/32 with 343 yards by way of passing and added 3 touchdowns. He gave away 1 interception for the contest. Dustin Crum paced the team on the ground in this game. His longest run of the day went for 20 yards and he ran for 1 touchdown for this game. He scurried for 76 yards by way of 13 carries which meant he was running for 5.8 yards per run. Isaiah McKoy led the team in receiving yardage with a total of 137 yards on 5 catches. He averaged 27.4 yards per reception in this game.
When it comes to how much they score, the Golden Flashes sit 2nd in college football by scoring 49.8 points per outing. During the season so far, the Golden Flashes have thrown for a total of 1,294 yards via the pass as well as holding an average of 323.5 passing yards per contest, which has them ranked 13th in college football. They have an average of 283.0 run yards per game and have rushed for 1,132 yards overall. The Kent State Golden Flashes hold an average of 606.5 yards per game which has them sitting 1st in the country. The Golden Flashes are allowing 38.0 PPG, ranking them 129th in D-1. In total, they have relinquished 152 pts. Kent State has surrendered a total of 1,048 yards via the ground game (262.0 yards per outing) and 18 touchdowns rushing for the campaign. They have allowed the opposition 2 touchdowns through the air in addition to 162.0 yards per outing, which has them sitting 14th in the country.
Crum has thrown for 35 touchdowns while giving up 6 interceptions in his collegiate career. His TD rate when attempting a pass is 7.2% and his interception rate is 1.2%. He has left the pocket and rushed for 1,368 yds on 316 tries. He is averaging 127.7 passing yards per game with a 163.5 quarterback rating. In the 33 games in his college career, Dustin Crum has connected on 332 of 483 attempts for a total of 4,214 yds.
Who will win tonight's Bobcats/Golden Flashes college football game against the spread?
Tony's Pick: Take the Bobcats +6
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