Washington State Cougars vs Washington Huskies Prediction, 11/26/2021 College Football Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: Washington State Cougars vs Washington Huskies
Date: Friday, November 26, 2021
Location: Husky Stadium in Seattle, WA
Odds/Point Spread: Huskies (+1.5)
The Washington State Cougars (6-5) are on their way to Husky Stadium on Friday where they will take on the Washington Huskies (4-7). Washington State opens this game as 1.5-point favorites from Vegas oddsmakers. The over/under is 43.5.
The Washington State Cougars head into this game 6-5 this year. The last time they took the field, the Cougars played against the Arizona Wildcats and notched a win by a score of 44-18. Jayden De Laura went 13/22 with 259 yds through the air and 4 TDs. He had a quarterback rate of 218.0 and finished the game with no interceptions. Max Borghi was the leader on the ground for the Cougars with 16 carries for 139 yards (8.7 yds per attempt). The Washington State Cougars ran the rock 36 times and had 223 yds, earning them an average of 6.2 yards per attempt. For the game, they had 58 plays which totaled 482 yards. Washington State gave up 24 pass completions on 42 tries for a total of 222 yds, and a completion percentage of 57.1%. In the running game, the Cougars gave up 147 yards on 29 attempts, which averages out to 5.1 yds per rush surrendered.
In terms of getting in the endzone, the Washington State Cougars are averaging 27.4 points per game. As a unit they're holding an average of 123.2 yards on the ground which is 104th in the nation. The Cougars have earned 4,234 total yards for the season. When it comes to scoring, Washington State has amassed 24 touchdowns through the air and 15 touchdowns via the ground. Washington State has amassed 226 1st downs as a unit, and they have committed 54 penalties for 476 yards. They have surrendered the football 17 different times.
Concerning passing yards, the Cougars are allowing 2,435 yds which ranks them 69th in Division 1. They have given up 221.4 yards per game through the air in addition to conceding a completion percentage of 61.2%. Over the course of this year, they have yielded 395.5 yards per contest putting them 90th in D-1. They have granted 14 touchdowns via the pass in addition to 18 touchdowns via the ground game. They are allowing teams to run for an average of 4.8 yards per rushing attempt and 174.1 rushing yards per game on the year. In total, they have conceded 1,915 rushing yards through 11 contests. The Cougars are ranked 71st in D-1 when it comes to team defense, conceding 25.3 PPG.
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The Huskies head into this game 4-7 this season. In their last game, the Huskies took a defeat with a final score of 20-17 when they faced the Colorado Buffaloes. Cameron Davis ran the football 12 times for 29 yds, finishing the game with 2.4 yds per carry for Washington. Dylan Morris (2 touchdowns) walked away from the contest with 387 yards on 33/52 passing while his QB rate was 131.0. He tossed 2 picks and his average yards per attempt was 7.4. Washington allowed 27 rushing attempts for 71 yds (2.6 yds per carry). The Huskies passing defense gave up a completion rate of 56.0%, relinquishing 112 yds on 14 for 25 through the air. The Huskies finished the game with 426 yds while running 84 plays (5.1 yds per play). Washington ran the ball for 1.4 yards per carry, finishing the contest with 38 yards on 28 carries.
The Washington Huskies hold an average of 337.0 yards/outing, which is good for 110th in the nation. The Washington offense has racked up 438 penalty yds on 50 violations, which has them ranked 119th in college football in terms of making mistakes. During this campaign to this point, the Huskies have compiled 2,510 yards via the pass as well as holding an average of 228.2 throwing yards per game, which ranks 73rd in the nation. When it comes to how much they score, the Huskies are 106th in Division 1 averaging 22.3 points per game.
Washington has given up a total of 2,115 rushing yards (192.3 yards per game) and 18 touchdowns by way of the ground game on the year. They have given up 6 touchdowns from the passing game in addition to 134.1 yards/contest, which puts them in 13th in the nation. The Huskies defense has taken part in 729 plays, which has them sitting 55th in the country. The Huskies are giving up 21.1 points per game, which has them 40th in D-1. This season, they have given up 232 pts.
Who will win tonight's Cougars/Huskies college football game against the spread?
Josh's Pick: Take the Huskies +1.5
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