Utah west virginia prediction


What time does the Texas vs West Virginia game start?

The Texas Longhorns (4-6, 2-5 in Big 12) take on the West Virginia Mountaineers (4-6, 2-5) Saturday on Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for noon ET. Below, we look at the Texas vs. West Virginia odds and lines, and make our expert college football picks, predictions and bets.

Who won the last two meetings between Texas and West Virginia?

Texas won the last two meetings with West Virginia, but the Mountaineers covered the spread in the last contest as 6.5-point road underdogs in a 17-13 loss last November. This is head coach Steve Sarkisian’s first year in charge of the Texas football program.

What has West Virginia lost back to back games?

West Virginia has lost back-to-back games to the Oklahoma State Cowboys (Nov. 6) and Kansas State Wildcats (Nov. 13) by a combined score of 58-20. Senior Mountaineers QB Jarret Doege leads the Big 12 in passing yards (2,448) on the most passing attempts (322).

Is Saturday’s Big 12 game a must-win for Texas and West Virginia?

In terms of bowl eligibility, Saturday’s Big 12 Conference showdown between the Texas Longhorns and West Virginia Mountaineers is a must-win for both squads. Texas has lost five straight games, including an inexplicable 57-56 overtime loss to Kansas in Austin last week.


Who is predicted to win the Rose Bowl?

Caesars Sportsbook lists the Buckeyes as four-point favorites in the latest Utah vs. Ohio State odds, down 2.5 points from the opening Rose Bowl line. The over-under for total points is set at 64.

Who will win the Rose Bowl 2022?

Rose Bowl 2022: Ohio State wins historic thriller over Utah – Los Angeles Times.

Who is predicted to win the Peach Bowl?

The Spartans are 3.5-point favorites in the latest Michigan State vs. Pitt odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is 55.5. Before making any Pittsburgh vs. Michigan State picks or Peach Bowl 2021 predictions, you need to see what the SportsLine Projection Model has to say.

What was the over and under for the Rose Bowl?

Per WynnBet, the Rose Bowl over under line was set at 63.5 coming into Saturday’s game. As such, the 56 points scored in the first half were just 7.5 points away from the line — and again, that total was for the whole game.

Has Ohio State ever played Utah in football?

OSU actually outgained Utah 326-324 in a wild first half, which saw the teams combine for four touchdowns in a span of 65 seconds midway through the second quarter. But Ohio State (11-2) reeled in the Utes with a strong second half, getting just enough stops defensively and watching as quarterback C.J.

How many times has Utah been to the Rose Bowl?

Here’s what to know about the 2021 Utes. For the first time in program history the Utah Utes are playing in the Rose Bowl as they face Ohio State on Jan. 1 in the “Granddaddy of them all.” It’s only the second time the two programs have played.

What bowl will Notre Dame play in?

No. 5 Notre Dame (11-1) will face No. 9 Oklahoma State (11-2) on Saturday in the 2022 PlayStation Fiesta Bowl at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The game will be televised by ESPN.

How accurate is ESPN matchup predictor?

75% accuracy in picking a game winner isn’t bad, but it isn’t anything exceptional. You should be able to get around 50% if you pick the winner randomly, and some of the games, such as MSU vs.

Where is the guaranteed rate Bowl?

Chase Field2016, 2016Sun Devil Football StadiumArizona StadiumGuaranteed Rate Bowl/Event locations

Who is favored to win the Super Bowl?

The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills open as the two early favorites to win Super Bowl LVII, according to PointsBet. The Chiefs are listed at the best odds to win at +650 while the Bills are right behind them +750.

What is Utes stand for?

The University of Utah and the Utes University of Utah athletics teams are known as the “Utes” in honor of the American Indian tribe for which the state of Utah is named.

Who will play Rose Bowl 2021?

The 2021 Rose Bowl Game Presented by Capital One Venture X between the No. 6 Ohio State Buckeyes and the No. 11 Utah Utes was simply wild.

LOUISIANA (-12) over Georgia State

The Ragin’ Cajuns are back in the rankings — in the AP Poll, at least — after winning seven straight games. The Sun Belt leader has struggled as a big favorite this season, but has been a different team at home, where it has won by an average of more than 23 points per game.

TEXAS A&M (-4) over Auburn

Bo Nix has been better of late, but the Auburn quarterback — who was held to 144 yards passing in last year’s meeting — will return to maddening form against the SEC’s second-best defense and 100,000 or so of its closest friends.

Baylor (-7) over TCU

A bizarre game begins without ex-TCU coach Gary Patterson on the sideline for the first time in two decades, but in front of the stadium in statue form.

Wisconsin (-13.5) over RUTGERS

During their four-game win streak, the Badgers are giving up 8.5 points per game. Rutgers, which is averaging 12 points per game in Big Ten play, may never make it to the red zone.

ALABAMA (-28.5) over Lsu

Last year, DeVonta Smith seized the Heisman Trophy by recording 219 receiving yards and three touchdowns by halftime of a 55-17 win over LSU.

MICHIGAN (-20.5) over Indiana

Despite their collapse at Michigan State, the Wolverines are still in control of their season. The Hoosiers (2-6) — and their freshman quarterback, Donaven McCulley, who is making his second start — will make it easy to bounce back. Even Jim Harbaugh can’t mess this one up, I think.

OKLAHOMA (-4) over Iowa State

After replacing Caleb Williams with former starter Spencer Rattler during the Sooners’ first loss of the season, Lincoln Riley confirmed he will put the star freshman back under center. He’s not overreacting (again). Neither should you.

ALABAMA (-20.5) over Arkansas

The Crimson Tide aren’t as dangerous as their predecessors, but the nation’s second-best team is the only one boasting top-10 units on both sides of the ball. Alabama’s shaky showing against LSU in its most recent home game is now a gift. The Tide haven’t allowed another program to stay within two possessions of them in Tuscaloosa since 2015.

CINCINNATI (-11.5) over Smu

The Bearcats are uncomfortable as Goliath. They have struggled carrying unusually large expectations, blowing four consecutive covers against some of the AAC’s worst teams. When the competition improves, Cincy will, too (see: the win at Notre Dame).

Michigan (-14.5) over MARYLAND

Maryland hasn’t stayed within two touchdowns of a ranked team in the Big Ten in three years and has lost by at least 21 points in its past five meetings with Jim Harbaugh. Fortunately, the Terps won’t be embarrassed in front of too many of their fans.

PITTSBURGH (-14.5) over Virginia

If Brennan Armstrong (ribs) doesn’t play, the Cavaliers may not exceed the three points they scored without him in last week’s blowout loss to Notre Dame.

Baylor (-1) over KANSAS STATE

The Wildcats have won four straight games, all against teams with losing records in the Big 12. That was preceded by three straight losses, all against teams with winning records. I’m sure that is all just a coincidence.

Oklahoma State (-10.5) over TEXAS TECH

You ride her until she bucks you or you don’t ride at all. The Cowboys keep coming through and have only looked stronger since I touted them as a playoff sleeper a few weeks back. This week, the nation’s third-ranked defense gets matched up with a quarterback (Donovan Smith) making his second career start.

When Texas Has the Ball

Running back Bijan Robinson entered the season as a Heisman Trophy contender and became a Doak Walker Award semifinalist as a sophomore.

When West Virginia Has the Ball

The West Virginia offense has shown promise at times in 2021. The best examples came in back-to-back wins over TCU and Iowa State in which the unit averaged 489.5 total yards and 6.71 yards per play.

Final Analysis

The Mountaineers haven’t been nearly as stingy on defense in 2021 as the unit was last year, but West Virginia still has an edge over Texas in most defensive categories.

Prediction: West Virginia 29, Texas 28

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