NCAA Football Betting Picks and Odds For Thursday. October 20, 2016: BYU Cougars at Boise State Broncos.

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The (4-3) BYU Cougars who are independents will make the trip north to the “GEM STATE” for their week eight matchup of the 2016-17 NCAA Football season.

Brigham Young play’s the (6-0) and fourteenth ranked Boise State Broncos of the Mountain West, Mountain Division in 2016 College Football action.

Game time is at 10:15 PM EST on the ESPN Television Network. The teams will play at Albertsons Stadium “HOME OF THE BLUE TURF” in Boise, Idaho.

The game is on Thursday, October 20th, 2016. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the BYU Cougars are one of the best 4-3 teams in the NCAA Football landscape.

The Cougars have talent and experience on both sides of the football. The Boise State Broncos along with San Diego State are the class of the Mountain West Conference.

Boise State is back on the national scene, after two seasons of mediocrity.

Opening Betting Odds has the BYU Cougars as a Seven Point Road Underdog Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is 54 and a Half Points for Thursday’s game.

The 2016-17 BYU Cougars have won their last two football games, both against power conference opponents.

BYU beat Mississippi State in front of the home crowd last week on National Television. The Cougars went on the road and beat Michigan State in convincing fashion on October 8th.

The Cougars have also faced West Virginia and Toledo this season both at home. The first year Head Coach Kalani Sitake has a top notch running back and an experienced signal caller on offense.

Starting quarterback Taysom Hill is back under center after sustaining knee injuries and missing two years.

Running Back Jamaal Williams broke the school’s rushing record last week and is second in the nation with 942 yards.

The Brigham Young defense has played with intensity on the road, holding Michigan State to just fourteen points.

BYU has played one of the toughest schedules in the land, but it lightens up in the month of November.

A road victory over a top fifteen team would solidify the Cougars with a possible New Year’s Day Bowl.

Bovada Lv. List the BYU Cougars at +25,000 to win the 2016-17 BCS Title.

 

The Boise State Broncos may have been looking ahead last Saturday Night as they barely took care of Colorado State 28-23.

Colorado State recovered two onside kicks in keeping the game close. The Broncos lost to the BYU Cougars last season and revenge is on their minds.

Many in the College Football landscape thought the Broncos run in the past decade was over. However, the 2016 Broncos are proving the experts wrong, the loss of former head coach Chris Petersen hurt recruiting a bit.

However, Bryan Harsin is doing an outstanding job recruiting. Running Back and Doak Walker Award candidate Jeremy McNichols is one of the best at his position in the nation.

The Long Beach, California native is a future NFL player.

Sophomore quarterback Brett Rypien has a year of experience under his belt and can get the job done.

Boise State is solid on the defensive side of the football.

The key to a Boise State victory is to win the battle at the line of scrimmage.

Bovada Lv. List the Boise State Broncos at +130 to win the Mountain West Conference Crown for the 2016-17 season.

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