UTSA won its first general event championship in program history, and it will now look to add its first bowling victory to this season’s list of achievements as the Roadrunners take on the San Diego State Aztecs in Frisco Bowl.
San Diego State will be looking to bounce back from a heartbreaking Mountain West Championship defeat by falling to Wyoming in a massive 46-13 loss. The Aztecs are 9-9 in bowl games in show history. Their latest result is a 48-11 win over Central Michigan in the New Mexico Bowl in 2019.
This will be the first match between these two shows. Let’s check the odds for the game through WynnBET Sportsbook.
San Diego State ranks 17th in rush rate, but the UTSA defense’s strength lies in running blocking (10th in opponent yards per take, limiting opponents to a 3.3-yard average. On the ground). Overall, San Diego State’s offensive ability is not good, ranking 107th in yards per play. They now face a defense built to stop the game from running. That is not a good combination for success in attack.
Meanwhile, the State of San Diego can do whatever it wants to stop UTSA’s aggressive behavior. The Aztecs prided themselves on being one of the country’s foremost defensive forces. They are 6th in opponent yards per play, 10th in opponent yards per play, 11th in opponent’s yards per pass, 21st in opponent completion rate, and 2nd. 6 in terms of the number of yards the opponent takes each time.
This game has all the make up of a defensive battle. I will ride BELOW 49.
Select: BELOW 49
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