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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 9/15/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
BOISE ST
 
OKLAHOMA ST
-1  

+1  
-115

-105

66
 
21
Final
44

BOISE ST (2 - 0) at OKLAHOMA ST (2 - 0)
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Week 3 Saturday, 9/15/2018 3:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
145BOISE ST66-2.5
146OKLAHOMA ST-3.566.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
BOISE ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games2-0+12-02-059.038.0617.0(9.1)0.513.53.5286.0(4.6)2.5
Road Games1-0+11-01-056.035.0416.0(7.3)1.020.07.0379.0(4.9)4.0
Last 3 Games2-0+12-02-059.038.0617.0(9.1)0.513.53.5286.0(4.6)2.5
Turf Games2-0+12-02-059.038.0617.0(9.1)0.513.53.5286.0(4.6)2.5
BOISE ST - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)59.038.027.030:2737-255(6.9)22-3073.8%361(11.9)67-617(9.1)(10.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.45.227.824.528:4536-219(6.2)22-3269.8%324(10.3)67-543(8.1)(12)
Offense Road Games56.035.016.022:5329-111(3.8)20-2871.4%305(10.9)57-416(7.3)(7.4)
Defense (All Games)13.53.515.028:1534-123(3.6)17-2763.6%163(5.9)62-286(4.6)(21.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.813.820.832:3739-190(4.9)21-3462.7%194(5.8)72-384(5.3)(14.9)
Defense Road Games20.07.021.034:3144-124(2.8)24-3470.6%255(7.5)78-379(4.9)(18.9)

OKLAHOMA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games2-001-11-056.531.0674.5(7.6)2.515.010.0237.0(3.5)1.5
Home Games2-001-11-056.531.0674.5(7.6)2.515.010.0237.0(3.5)1.5
Last 3 Games2-001-11-056.531.0674.5(7.6)2.515.010.0237.0(3.5)1.5
Turf Games2-001-11-056.531.0674.5(7.6)2.515.010.0237.0(3.5)1.5
OKLAHOMA ST - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)56.531.032.531:4049-300(6.1)25-3964.6%374(9.5)89-674(7.6)(11.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.50.228.23033:3550-317(6.3)24-3665.5%314(8.6)87-630(7.3)(12.5)
Offense Home Games56.531.032.531:4049-300(6.1)25-3964.6%374(9.5)89-674(7.6)(11.9)
Defense (All Games)15.010.014.029:4737-94(2.5)14-3145.2%143(4.6)68-237(3.5)(15.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.18.28.51428:0938-129(3.3)12-2844.2%132(4.7)67-260(3.9)(14.3)
Defense Home Games15.010.014.029:4737-94(2.5)14-3145.2%143(4.6)68-237(3.5)(15.8)
Average power rating of opponents played: BOISE ST 25,  OKLAHOMA ST 9
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
BOISE ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018@ TROY56-20W-8.5W48.5O29-11120-28-305144-12424-34-2554
9/8/2018CONNECTICUT62-7W-33.5W63O45-40025-33-418025-12211-21-711
9/15/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST            
9/29/2018@ WYOMING            
10/6/2018SAN DIEGO ST            
10/13/2018@ NEVADA            

OKLAHOMA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
8/30/2018MISSOURI ST58-17W-45L -55-43625-37-296237-11011-28-1502
9/8/2018S ALABAMA55-13W-30W64.5O44-16426-42-453337-7817-34-1361
9/15/2018BOISE ST            
9/22/2018TEXAS TECH            
9/29/2018@ KANSAS            
10/6/2018IOWA ST            
10/13/2018@ KANSAS ST            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
BOISE ST: The Broncos have set (and maintained) the standard for mid-major college football excellence, so it's easy to forget that their Mountain West title last year was their first since 2014. This year's group should still improve further. Senior quarterback Brett Rypien is a seasoned veteran by now, and has experienced skill-position players around him like 1,000-yard rusher Alexander Mattison. Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch is gone from the defense, but almost no one else is. End Curtis Weaver (11 sacks as a redshirt freshman) is the new defensive star.
OKLAHOMA ST: It never felt like Oklahoma State quite reached its ceiling during the Mason Rudolph/James Washington era, which is unfortunate given that the team seems likely to take a step back without them. But Mike Gundy has achieved commendable consistency in Stillwater, and there's plenty of talent still in town. Running back Justice Hill now becomes the focal point of the offense, and he's capable of ripping off big runs even when getting a high volume of carries. For the defense, a still-young secondary needs to step up. An experienced front seven should make it easier on that unit to do so.
PREVIEW
No. 17 Boise St., No. 24 Okla. St. set to light up scoreboard
 

STILLWATER, Okla. -- Boise State rolled for a school-record 818 total yards in its last game, climbed to No. 17 and is making a strong case out of the blocks to be a Group of Five member worth considering for the College Football Playoff.

That case could strengthen on Saturday when the Broncos travel to Oklahoma State to meet another 2-0 team, the No. 24 Cowboys.

As prolific as Boise State has been, particularly in its 62-7 rout of Connecticut last week, Oklahoma State actually leads the country with a 674.5-yard offensive average. Boise State ranks fourth (617.0).

"They can do like all of us, dink and dunk," Boise State coach Bryan Harsin said, "but they can take shots. You have to be disciplined on defense and you've got to make plays because you're going to get one-on-ones."

The team that counter-punches most effectively seemingly has the best chance.

Boise State certainly has made the most of these opportunities in the past. The Broncos are 2-1 against the Big 12. Each previous matchup came in the postseason, including the 43-42 overtime thrill ride they claimed against Oklahoma in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl.

Since 2000, Boise State is the winningest major-college program with 199 victories. It stands 13-16 all-time against ranked opponents but has won three of its last four. The Broncos have just three wins in 17 road games against Power Five opponents but has won two of their last three, at Virginia (2015) and Oregon State (2016).

Clearly, no stage is too tall. No light too bright.

"We are just going to treat (Oklahoma State) like a regular team," Broncos wide receiver A.J. Richardson said. "We'll go in and practice hard. I think that is where it has been paying off for us."

Senior quarterback Brett Rypien has passed for 667 yards and seven touchdowns with no interceptions, while completing 41 of 56 attempts. He will face an Oklahoma State defense still responding to schematic changes made by new coordinator Jim Knowles.

"We all like it a lot," said Cowboys linebacker Devin Harper, who scored on a pick-six against South Alabama. "It's very energetic and (Knowles) likes to blitz and see us run around. He likes for all of us to be athletes a lot of the time."

As well as Rypien has distributed the ball, one of his top weapons, sophomore wide receiver Octavius Evans, has been out with an injury. He is expected to make his season debut against the Cowboys. Same for senior defensive tackle David Moa.

"I don't see them seeing us any different. They are probably just going to run their offense and run their defense," Cowboys coach Mike Gundy said. "We have to be intelligent as play-callers and from the quarterback position and how we distribute the ball. If they do give us the run at times, then we have to block so our backs can make a cut at the line of scrimmage instead of the backfield."

The Oklahoma State run game has been unspectacular, despite the presence of last year's Big 12 rushing leader, junior Justice Hill. Hill carried just nine times for 32 yards against in a 55-13 romp over South Alabama, but Gundy admittedly was sparing his standout back from wear and tear. Backup J.D. King also gained 32 yards on nine attempts.

"Our run-blocking is very below average," Gundy added. "It's got to improve."

The numbers make Oklahoma State appear well-oiled.

However, Taylor Cornelius, a fifth-year senior in his first season starting at quarterback, will be facing his biggest test. He was sacked three times in the South Alabama win and was under duress on an interception he threw.

Although Cornelius has looked mechanical at times, he was still productive in his first two starts, though the opposition was indeed light.

Against South Alabama, two promising receivers emerged with 100-yard breakouts. Sophomore Tylan Wallace caught 10 passes for 166 yards and sophomore Tyron Johnson added five receptions for 137 yards to give the Cowboys more dimensions within a deep receiving corps.


Last Updated: 9/23/2018 8:12:27 AM EST


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