Jamil Brown

#9 BYU(7-0) vs. #21 Boise St(2-0) Betting Preview

A midseason non-conference game between 2 teams that have a little bit of history. BYU was a member of the Mountain West from its inception until 2011 when they decided to be an Independent fashioning themselves as the “Notre Dame Of The West”.

Spread: BYU -4.5 (-110), Boise St. +4.5 (-110)

Moneyline: BYU (-200), Boise St. (+170)

Total: OVER 63 (-110), UNDER 63 (-110)

BYUs’ Season to Date

The Cougars were the only team from the West of The Mississippi to participate in a full season. The scheduling then became much different from years past and you can say its kinda of a cupcake schedule with the exception being Houston. Regardless the Cougars are playing great Football with great mix of pass and run. This team believes they can apart of the Final 4 if they win out but now the schedule gets tougher. This team has won 5 of their games by 30+ points on their way to a perfect 7-0

BYUs’ Betting Record: ATS 6-1-1 OVER/UNDER 3-4-0

BYUs’ Leaders on Offense

QB Zach Wilson: 2,152 pass yards with 19 TD’s and 2 INT’s

RB Tyler Allgier : 685 total yards with 8 TD’s

WR Dax Miline: 42 receptions; 706 receiving yards with 6 TD’s

Boise St s’ Season to Date

The Broncos started their season 2 weeks ago and literally picked up where they left off dominating the Mountain West with2 resounding wins over Utah St and Air Force. Boise St showed some grit last week in a back and forth contest against Air Force but went on to play a stellar 2nd half and win 49-30. The mix of a stingy Defense and potent Offense make the Broncos a very formidable opponent in tonight’s matchup.

Boise St s’ Betting Record: ATS 2-0-0 OVER/UNDER 2-0-0

Boise St s’ Leaders on Offense

QB Jack Sears: 289 pass yards with 3 TD’s and 0 INT

RB George Holani: 138 total yards with 2 TD’s

WR Khalil Shakir: 13 Receptions; 213 receiving yards with 2 TD’s

BYU vs. Boise St Recent History – Last Meeting BYU Won 28-25 on 10/19/19