Arkansas State Red Wolves vs Washington Huskies Prediction, 9/18/2021 College Football Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: Arkansas State Red Wolves vs Washington Huskies
Date: Saturday, September 18, 2021
Location: Husky Stadium in Seattle, WA
Odds/Point Spread: Huskies (-16)
The Arkansas State Red Wolves (1-1) are en route to Husky Stadium on Saturday where they will compete against the Washington Huskies (0-2). Washington opens this matchup as 16-point favorites. The over/under is 57.5.
The Arkansas State Red Wolves head into this matchup 1-1 this year. In their last matchup, the Red Wolves played the Memphis Tigers and ended up losing by a score of 55-50. Johnnie Lang was the best rusher for the Red Wolves with 12 carries for 18 yds (1.5 yards per attempt). Layne Hatcher connected on 23/38 with 276 yards through the air and 1 touchdown. He had a quarterback rating of 130.2 and finished the game without throwing a pick. Against the run, the Red Wolves conceded 263 yds on 37 attempts, which is an average of 7.1 yards per run surrendered. Arkansas State relinquished 22 completions on 33 attempts for a total of 417 yds, and a completion percentage of 66.7%. When all was said and done, they had 98 plays which totaled 680 yds. The Arkansas State Red Wolves ran the football 32 times and tallied 98 yds, earning them an average of 3.1 yards per carry.
The Red Wolves have racked up 515 total yards over the course of this year. In terms of scoring touchdowns, Arkansas State has earned 4 passing touchdowns and 1 touchdown on the ground. Arkansas State has 25 first downs, and they have been called for 6 penalties for 50 yards. As a team they average 98.0 yards on the ground which ranks them 100th in Division 1. Concerning putting points on the board, the Arkansas State Red Wolves have an average of 45.0 points per game.
Concerning passing yards, the Red Wolves have allowed 296 yards which has them sitting in 52nd in the country. They have conceded 148.0 yards per game via the pass as well as giving up a completion percentage of 54.8%. In total, they are surrendering 169.0 yards/game ranking them 26th in the nation. They are allowing 2.1 yards per running attempt and 21.0 rushing yards per contest on the season. Over the course of this year, they have allowed 42 running yards through 2 outings. The Red Wolves sit in 131st in the country concerning team defense, conceding 38.0 PPG.
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The Huskies come into this game with a record of 0-2 for this year. The last time they took the field, the Huskies went home defeated by a final of 31-10 when they played the Michigan Wolverines. Dylan Morris (1 touchdown) finished the contest with 293 yards on 20/37 through the air while his quarterback rate was 129.5. He didn't toss any picks and his average yards per attempt was 7.9. Richard Newton carried the ball 12 times for 24 yards, finishing the contest with 2.0 yds per carry for Washington. Washington ran for 1.6 yds per attempt, finishing the contest with 50 yds on 32 carries. The Huskies finished with a total of 343 yards while running 69 plays (5.0 yds per play). The Huskies pass defense allowed a completion rate of 46.7%, relinquishing 44 yds on 7 out of 15 through the air. Washington allowed 56 running attempts for 343 yards (6.1 yds per rush).
Regarding how much they score, the Huskies currently rank 129th in D-1 with 8.5 points per game. During this campaign thus far, the Huskies currently sit at 519 passing yards along with holding an average of 259.5 passing yards per game, ranking them 28th in college football. The Washington Huskies maintain an average of 317.0 yards/game, which is good for 87th in D-1. The Washington offense has accrued 89 yards of penalties on 9 infractions, which is good for 88th in college football in terms of helping out the other team.
Washington has yielded a total of 470 yards rushing (235.0 yards per game) in addition to 5 touchdowns on the ground for the season. They have surrendered no TDs via the pass in addition to 74.5 yards per outing, which has them ranked 17th in college football. The Huskies defense has taken the field for 128 plays, which is 77th in college football. The Huskies are allowing 22.0 PPG, which puts them 79th in college football. In total, they have given up 44 total points.
Who will win tonight's Red Wolves/Huskies college football game against the spread?
Tony's Pick: Take the Red Wolves +16
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