#9 Central Florida Knights @ Memphis Tigers 2018 NCAA Football Week-7, AAC Betting preview for Saturday, October 13th.

Written by NCAA Football Point Spread Analyst Charlie Red McDougall.

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The (5-0) SU, 4-1 ATS Central Florida Knights, have picked up right where they left off in 2017. First-year head coach Josh Heupel inherited a wealth of talent from Scott Frost who’s having a miserable time at Nebraska. UCF has been an ATS covering machine cashing in each of their four vs. FBS opponents as a double-digit ATS favorite. Last Saturday Heisman trophy candidate quarterback McKenzie Milton was 18 of 34 passing for 278 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in a 46-20 home win over SMU of the AAC West covering the number by 3-points.

The UNDER is 4-0 Central Florida last four following an ATS win.

UCF is 1-4 ATS the last five meeting between the teams in Memphis.

The UNDER is the Knights last four games after scoring more than 40 points in their previous game.

UCF has gone OVER the total twice this season while staying UNDER three times.
The (4-2), 3-3 ATS Memphis Tigers lost to Central Florida in the 2017 AAC title game 55-62 but got the ATS cover as a 6 and a half point road UNDERDOG the game want way OVER the 80 point total. 2018 has been an inconsistent season for Memphis, they had a severe loss at Navy as a 7-point ATA road favorite and two weeks ago in an ESPN game suffered their second SU defeat 42-20 as a double-digit ATS road favorite at lowly Tulane. Players, as well as Tiger fans, are seeking revenge for last seasons Championship loss in Orlando.

The OVER is 3-1 Memphis last four this season at home.

Memphis is 0-4 ATS in their last four games following an SU win.

The home team is 10-1 ATS the previous eleven meetings between the teams.

The betting public has cashed in on the UNDER four of the last six times the teams have met.

Saturday’s game is at 3:30 PM EST at the historic Liberty Bowl stadium in Memphis, Tennessee. The ABC Television Network will be broadcasting.

The Opening Betting Line has Central Florida as a four and a half point road favorite against the spread. The total is seventy-seven points for Saturday’s contest.

Heupel and his staff will have the ATS favored Knights practicing at a high level this week for the nationally televised contest Saturday. Just last season a very talented UCLA football team came into the Liberty Bowl with 2018 first round NFL draft pick Josh Rosen at quarterback and fell victims to an upset by the Tigers.

Central Florida is 11-0 SU all-time vs. Memphis, and you can bet Memphis will be ready for this one.

The Knights are 8-2-1 ATS their last eleven on the road.

In last season’s ACC title game Memphis missed a go-ahead field goal with 2:07 left in the fourth quarter of their double-overtime shootout. The Knights offense put up (574.4) total yards per game, third in the FBS and they average 48.6 ppg. Milton has completed 60% of his passes for 1,501 yards with 15 touchdowns and four interceptions. Running Back Adrian Killins had his first 100-yard rushing game of the season last Saturday against SMU. The Daytona Beach, Florida native is small in stature but can take it the distance from anywhere on the field.

Defensive coordinator Randy Shannon could be the best at his job in the College Football; he understands the Memphis offense will score, but he had them prepared for Florida Atlantic holding the Owls led by offensive genius Lane Kinnin to 36-points. Central Florida knows Saturday will be the toughest game to date this season.

Bovada.Lv, list the UCF Knights at 7/5 to win the 2018 AAC title.

University of Memphis head coach Mike Norvell is in his third season since taking over for Justin Fuente. The Riley Ferguson to Anthony Miller connection that lit up the scoreboard at home as well as on the road no longer exists; both are playing on Sunday. After below average offensive outputs on the road where they got held two 45 total points. Memphis got back on track last week against UConn in a 55-14 win, covering as a 35 points ATS home favorite. However, the UNDER cashed in for the betting Public. Running Back Darrell Henderson 934 yards rushing with 12 touchdowns this season will get plenty of touches Saturday. Quarterback Brady White has 15 score passes with just one interception in his first year as the starter in an offense that averages 58 ppg at home this season.

The OVER is 14-3 Memphis last seventeen at home.

Memphis is 4-11-1 ATS in their last 16 games vs. teams with a winning record.

The Tigers defense is suspect and will get tested from all angles. They’ve got on future NFL player at cornerback, but that’s about it.

Bovada.Lv, list the Memphis Tigers at 7/4 to be the 2018 American Athletic Championship.

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Winning 2018-19 NCAA Football ATS Predictions, News, Notes and Odds: Central Florida Knights Preview


by College Football Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace

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A season to remember culminating with a Peach Bowl victory over Auburn will be hard to match for the reigning American Athletic Conference champions. Head Coach Scott Frost returned to his alma mater, Nebraska, in the Big Ten. Former Heisman Trophy runner-up Josh Heupel gets his chance to call the shots.

However, five starters on both sides of the football must be replaced. As fast as Central Florida played last season, Heupel may accelerate the pace. Atlantic Coast Conference opponents North Carolina and Pittsburgh will be prepared. Lower-ranked teams on their schedule may be caught off guard by UCF’s talent level. The War on I-4 against South Florida takes place in Tampa this season and could determine the East Division Champion.

UCF Knights sell out Brighthouse Networks Stadium yet again.


Hawaii native McKenzie Milton’s 4,037 passing yards last season return to an offense that ranked fifth overall in the FBS. The Knights put up a whopping 48.2 points per game under Frost, tops in college football.

Tre’quan Smith’s departure leaves Heupel needing to replace 1,171 receiving yards. Tight end Jordan Akins also went to the NFL. Number two wide receiver Dredrick Snelson and University of Mississippi transfer Tre Nixon will have plenty of balls thrown in their direction. Running back Adrian Killins Jr is a game-breaker who can score a touchdown from anywhere on the field. He and Otis Anderson could be the best tandem in college football. There is some work to be done on the offensive line, but Jake Hescock is a tight end transfer who can block and a former SEC lineman who should see immediate action.

Central Florida has confidence on offense. Under Frost, they scored at will. Even Auburn had trouble with their speed and diversity. Will Heupel continue the magic in Orlando?

UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton celebrates a Knights' touchdown.

More questions exist on defense but Heupel brought in a proven coordinator who can flat out make them instant contenders. Randy Shannon will put his stamp on a pass defense that gave up over 260 yards per game. NFL draft picks Mike Hughes and inspirational leader Shaquem Griffin will be missed, but Shannon has a knack for filling holes. Trysten Hill is a run stopper in the middle and there are a few speed rushers on the edge who must get more sacks and create turnovers. Three starters return in the secondary, including Neville Clarke, who coaches believe will eventually play on Sundays.

As good as a hire as Shannon is, his new unit must play through the whistle every play. Last season, they were lackadaisical, depending on the offense to bail them out of critical situations. Bovada.Lv list Central Florida at -175 to win the AAC Football Championship.

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