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The (4-4) Lousiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns of the SunBelt Conference will be in the “CITY OF SIX FLAGS” for a Conference matchup. Louisiana-Lafayette takes on the (4-4) South Alabama Jaguars also of the SunBelt in 2015 College Football action. The teams will play at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama. Kickoff time is at 7:30 PM EST on the ESPNU Television Network. The game is on Thursday, November 12th, 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes Louisiana-Lafayette football program is still alive for the Conference title. The Ragin’ Cajuns have some of the best skill players in the SunBelt. The South Alabama Jaguars have plenty of experience with a slew of UAB transfers. The Jaguars need a home win to stay in contention for a bowl bid. The Opening betting line has Louisiana-Lafayette as a three-point Road Underdog Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is 61′-points for Thursday’s game.
The Louisiana Lafayette Ragin Cajuns have won two in a row and three fo their last four SunBelt football games. ULL got past Georgia State 23-21 on the road last Saturday, November 7th. Head Coach Mark Hudspeth team was outgained by the Georgia State offense but held on for the victory. The Ragin’ Cajuns defense will have to step up again in Moblie Thursday Night. Junior quarterback Brooks Haack got the majority of snaps in the win at Atlanta and passed for 162 yards with a touchdown. Jamaal Nixon has been the starting quarterback the majority of the season but was pulled after throwing an early interception against Georgia State. The Ragin’ Cajuns offense averages over 400 yards per contest and running back Elijah McGuire is one of the best in the Conference. The ULL defense gives up a little over 400 yards per game. The ULL offensive line is struggling without All SunBelt offensive tackle Mykhael Quave, who is out for the season. The key to a Ragin’ Cajuns win is to establish a running game.
The 2015 South Alabama Jaguars got a 52-45 homecoming win against Idaho. Thursday Nights opponent has much more talent than Idaho and head coach Joy Jones is aware of how good ULL can be. Jones knows when you talk of SunBelt Football the first program mentioned, Louisiana-Lafayette. The Jaguars broke a two-game losing streak with the victory over Idaho. The Jaguars erased a twenty-four point first quarter deficit in the game that was a tale of two halves. Starting signal caller and UAB transfer Cody Clements tossed a couple of touchdown passes. The Jaguars and Louisiana-Lafayette are two of five teams in the SunBelt Conference with a record at or above .500. Both teams has lost to front-runner Arkansas State. The key to a South Alabama win is to compete for four quarters; they can’t afford to fall behind the Ragin’ Cajuns.
Louisiana Lafayette is 1-6-1 Against The Spread their last eight on fieldturf.
The Betting Odds Over the Total are 5-0 South Alabama last five at home.
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