Authored by Football Against The Spread Expert Analyst Charlie McDougall and produced by Charliessports.com for their 2014 College Football game on Thursday Night November 20, 2014 at 7:00 pm EST on the ESPN Television Network.
The (7-2) And 11th ranked Kansas State Wildcats of the Big Twelve Conference will travel from the heartland to the hills of Appalachia to take on the (6-4) West Virginia Mountaineers also of the Big Twelve Conference in 2014 Football action. The game will be played at rowdy Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, West Virginia. This Sports handicapper is still all in with legendary coach Bill Snyder and Kansas State, they are out of the Four team playoff for the National title, but a Major Payday could be on the horizon when bowl invitations are sent out. West Virginia has hit a bit of a skid and a home win Thursday would put the Mountaineers back on track. The Opening Betting Line has West Virginia as a two-point home favorite Against The Spread, and the total is posted at 58 points for Thursday Night’s game.
The 2014 Kansas State Wildcats have own their last two straight up and Against The Spread vs. West Virginia, and both have stayed under the total. Kansas State lost at TCU on November 8th, 41-20 in their last game. The Wildcats are averaging just over six yards per play on offense, and the over is 5-0 KSU last five road games vs. A team with a winning home record. Kansas Sate has covered sic of seven Against The Spread, going over the total in four of the seven. Kansas State will be led on offense by Senior quarterback Jake Waters for their 2014 Football Expert ATS Predictions game at West Virginia. The key to a Kansas State win is to control the line of scrimmage on both sides of the football. The Wildcat defense gave up 40 points on the road in their last game and if that happens they will lose.
The 2014 West Virginia Mountaineers were in control of their destiny after an October home win vs. Baylor but back to back losses to TCU at home and at Texas on November 8th just about dashed any hopes of a Conference title for West Virginia. The under has come in the last six-time WVU has faced a Big Twelve foe, and they are 0-7 their last seven coming off of a bye week. West Virginia has covered three of their last four Against The Spread, staying under in all four. The West Virginia Mountaineers will be led on offense by Senior quarterback Clint Trickett, a Florida State transfer. The Mountaineers must move the football and play defense; the fans will be fired up; they always are in Morgantown. The coaching staff can’t call a conservative football game.
Free Pick: West Virginia-2.