Through 3 parts
The San Diego State Aztecs are only a quarter away from giving fans the win they’ve been waiting for all week. A win is yet to be won for either team, but they have taken a 21-20 lead against UNLV.
San Diego State Appreciated WR .’s Performance Jesse Matthews, who caught six passes for two TDs and 63 yards. Matthews didn’t help his team much against the Nevada Wolf Pack last week, so this is a good turning point for him.
The Aztecs were struggling to secure the bag and had allowed three bags. They will have to defend QB Lucas Johnson better if they want to keep the lead.
Number 19 San Diego State @ UNLV
Current record: San Diego State 9-1; UNLV 2-8
What to know
The San Diego State Aztec team is winning 5-1 against the UNLV Rebels since November 2015 and they will have a chance to extend that success on Friday. The Aztecs and UNLV will go head-to-head in a battle for Mountain West at 11:30 p.m. ET at Allegiant Stadium. San Diego State won’t have a home advantage, but they have an 11-point advantage.
It’s a close result, but last week San Diego State overcame the Nevada Wolf Pack to win 23-21. Kudo for odds providers to accurately predict both winners and close scores. No one had a standout game for San Diego State, but they got the score from TE Daniel Bellinger and RB Bell of opportunity.
The special team collected 11 points for San Diego State. KY Matt Araiza warmed up for three goals on the field, the longest 48-yard player in the second quarter, ultimately making the difference in the competition.
Meanwhile, the insurgents turned the game against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors into a follow-up encounter and took gold after trailing them 471 yards to 240. UNLV caught the Hawaii game last week 27-13. The scores were all equal at halftime 10-10, but UNLV was the better team in the second half. RB Charles Williams there was a dynamite game for UNLV; he dashed in three TDs and 274 yards on 40 carry. The longest running Williams was 64 yards in the third quarter.
This next game looks promising for San Diego State, the team is on a full 11 points. Those burned by picking them over last week’s spread may want to note that the team hasn’t beaten back-to-back games against the spread this season.
The victories brought the Aztecs to 9-1 and the rebels to 2-8. A couple of numbers to note before the game kicks off: San Diego State is struggling in the game with the 217th least passes per game nationally, accumulating only 140.8 on average. UNLV has experienced some struggles of its own as they are 199th nationally in terms of yards allowed per game, with an average of 266.1. Maybe one of these Achilles heels will get in the way of the losing team.
How to watch
- When: Friday at 11:30 p.m. ET
- Where: Allegiant Stadium – Paradise, Nevada
- TV: CBS Sports Network
- Live: CBSSports.com or fuboTV (Free trial. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- Watch on your phone: CBS Sports App
- Watch on a connected TV: CBS Sports App is on Roku and Fire TV
- Fare: $17.00
The Aztecs are the 11 favorites against the Rebels, according to the latest news college football odds.
The bookmakers had a good feeling for this line, as the game opened with the 11.5-point favorite Aztecs.
Top / Bottom: -108
San Diego State have won 5 of their last 6 games against UNLV.
- October 24, 2020 – San Diego State 34 vs UNLV 6
- October 26, 2019 – San Diego State 20 vs UNLV 17
- November 10, 2018 – UNLV 27 vs 24 San Diego State
- October 7, 2017 – San Diego State 41 vs UNLV 10
- October 8, 2016 – San Diego State 26 vs UNLV 7
- November 21, 2015 – San Diego State 52 vs UNLV 14
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