Temple Owls @ Houston Cougars Tide NCAA Football Week-11, American Athletic Conference Betting preview for Saturday, November 10, 2018.

         

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The (5-4) SU, 6-3 ATS Temple Owls, are second in the East division of the AAC as they let a golden opportunity slip away on a November 1st, 52-40 SU loss as 10′ point road UNDERDOGS ATS. Know for playing tough defense the Owls showed they could score points which they’ll need to do again tonight in the Lone Star State.

Quarterback Anthony Russo earned the respect of teammates with 44 yards through the air with four touchdowns in defeat. The Owls offense produced 670 total yards well above their average.

  • Temple is 22-6 ATS their last twenty-eight vs. AAC opponents.
  • OVER bettors have been profitable in 5 of the Owls last six as an UNDERDOG.
  • The OVER is 5-0 the Owls last five in November.
  • Temple is 5-0 ATS their last five after throwing form more than 280 yards the previous game.

The (7-2) SU, 5-4 ATS Houston Cougars, are on top of the American Athletic Conference, West but look to bounce back after a 45-31 SU loss to SMU last Saturday a 14-point road FAVORITES ATS. Quarterback D’Eriq King and the Houston offense produced 365 total yards while the defense yielded 514 yards to the SMU offense.

The loss also knocked Houston out of the top twenty-five in rankings. Houston has the Owls number winning all four since the inception of the American Athletic Conference, and you can bet both teams will be ready.

  • OVER bettors have made a profit 4 of the Cougars last five after allowing more than 280 passing yards the previous game.
  • The Cougars are 5-0 ATS their last five after a POINT SPREAD loss.
  • UNDER bettors have cashed in the past four times, the teams have played.
  • Houston has covered 3 of their last four ATS.

Saturday’s game is at 7:00 PM EST at TDECU Stadium on campus in Houston, Texas. The CBSSN Television Network will be broadcasting.

The Opening Betting Line has Temple as 4′ point road UNDERDOGS ATS. The TOTAL is 70 points for Saturday’s contest.

Temple head coach Geoff Collins is pickup up where former coach Matt Ruhl left off as the Owls are still a formidable opponent for any team in College Football. However, they’ll probably play second fiddle to Central Florida again this season unless the Knights get upset a couple of times. Temple must get past Houston today, South Florida next week at home and then a road trip to Uconn.

The Owls offense have another chance to increase their (31.6) ppg today against a vulnerable Houston defense. Temple signal caller Anthony Russo leads a unit that ranks 6th in the AAC with (406) total yards per game. Running back Ryquell Armstead run for 142 in last weeks loss, he’s got 768 total yards on the ground this and must get touches Saturday.

The Owls defense allowed UCF 312 yards through the air last week which is more than double their season average of (147.5) Senior defensive tackle Michael Dogbe knows he must get pressure on the

Houston quarterback and most of all keep him in the pocket. Temple has allowed opponents more than 200-yards per game on the ground in five of their last six games.

Bovada.Lv, list the Temple Owls at +1,400 to win the 2018 American Athletic Conference Championship.

Major Applewhite has the Houston offense performing at an elite, but SMU held them to a season-low 31-points. The Conferences top offense averages (548.0) total yards per game with (44.7) ppg as a result. Quarterback D’Eriq King is the leader of the leagues top passing attack (315.9) yards per contest through the air, but four teams in the AAC have more yards on the ground. Wideout Marquez Stevenson (823) receiving yards on 49 catches with nine touchdowns is third in the American Athletic Conference.

Houston All American junior defensive tackle Ed Oliver has already declared for the 2019 NFL draft, and he’ll be a top ten pick; he’s back in action today after missing the past two games. However, the unit has their issues this season. Coordinator Mark D’Onofrio who once had the same title at Temple under Al Golden must have his group ready for an Owls offense that’s surging.

The Cougars defense has allowed opponents 400 or more yards in five consecutive games and the (324.0) passing yards given up which ranks among the worst in College football.

The coaching staff watched the Temple vs. Central Florida film and must find ways to make Russo uncomfortable, if you give his time he’ll throw darts.

Bovada.Lv, list the Houston Cougars at +400 to win the 2018 AAC title.

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Tulsa Golden Hurricane at Houston Cougars AAC West, 2018 NCAA Football Betting preview for Saturday, October 6th.

Written by College Football ATS Analyst Al Presto.

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The (1-3) SU/ATS Tulsa Golden Hurricane have lost three in a row SU since their season opener victory over Central Arkansas who’s in the FCS. Tulsa last played on September 20th, a 31-17 road loss to AAC East opponent Temple staying UNDER the total for the third time this season. Tulsa looked impressive in a 28-21 week two loss at Texas and played Arkansas State as well as Temple close before losing.

The UNDER is has cashed in for the betting public Tulsa last five games following an ATS loss, and the UNDER is also 5-0 the Golden Hurricane last five vs. Teams with a winning record.

Tulsa is 4-0 ATS their last four in Houston and 4-1 ATS their last five overall vs. The Cougars.
The (3-1) SU, 2-2 ATS Houston Cougars, will face their first American Athletic Conference foe tonight. The OVER is 3-1 for Houston this season. They’re coming off of a 70-14 win against Texas Southern who’s also in the College Football subdivision. Head coach Major Applewhite is putting his signature on the program with one of the most prolific offenses in College Football

Houston 4-0 ATS in their last four at home vs. teams with a losing road record.

The Cougars are 0-5 ATS their previous five following an SU win of more than 20 points.

Thursday’s game is at 8:00 PM EST at TDECU Stadium in Houston, Texas. The ESPN Television Network will be broadcasting.

The Opening Betting Line has Houston as an eighteen and a half point home favorite against the spread. The total is seventy and a half points for Thursday Night’s contest.

Tulsa Golden Hurricane head coach Philip Montgomery followed up a 2016 regular season by winning the Miami Beach Bowl. He’s feeling the pressure after posting a 2-10 SU record in 2017, 1-7 in Conference play with their lone win a 45-17 home victory over Houston.

The Tulsa offense is scoring 24.0 ppg with quarterback Luke Skipper throwing for 716 yards with four touchdowns and six interceptions. Running Back, Shamari Brooks has 375 of the 838 yards on the ground for a rushing attack that averages 209.5 ypg.

The Golden Hurricane defense has given up 115 points which rank 61st in the nation, and they’ve surrendered 1,434 total yards, 31st in the FBS. Defensive coordinator Bill Young knows he must have his unit ready against a high-powered Houston offense.

The defensive line must win the battle in the trenches if they’re to have success. There’s also a revenge factor after the Cougars were embarrassed in Tulsa.

Bovada.Lv, list the Tulsa Golden Hurricane at +1,600 to win the 2018 AAC West Division title.

As bad as the Tulsa defense is against the run the Houston Cougars rushing offense has the 14th best running game in College Football averaging 253 yards per game. The Houston Cougars ground game averages 6.4 yards per attempt. Quarterback D’Eriq King has thrown for 1,997 yards with 15 touchdowns and just one interception. The Cougars score 52.2 ppg which ranks second in division 1. Houston ranks 20th in the nation in total offense with 2,428 yards on 324 plays. However, they must cut down on penalties which have stalled drives; the unit has been flagged 23 times for 172 yards, 100th in the FBS.

The Houston defense is led by a sure-fire first-round NFL draft pick if he decided to forgo his final season in tackle Ed Oliver. Houston allows opponents 114.0 yards per game on the ground which ranks 29th in the nation. However, the 389.0 yards per contest by opponents is last in the NCAA Football landscape.

The Cougars have had this game circled since fall camp, and you can bet fans will get involved.

Bovada.Lv, list the Houston Cougars at +300 to be the 2018 American Athletic Conference West.

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2018-19 College Football Point Spread Picks, and Odds: Houston Cougars Preview.

by NCAA Football Expert Analyst Charlie Red McDougall

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For some reason in a state where Texas A&M, Texas Tech whom Houston visits this season, Baylor, and the University of Texas reside expectations are at a peak for Houston Cougars alumni, fans, and boosters. 7-5 at the Institute of higher learning Texas largest city should be good enough but it isn’t, and second-year head coach Major Applewhite is beginning to feel feeling pressure. A November loss at Tulane, as well as an Aloha Bowl loss to Fresno State, is not a right way to end a season.

Productive players must be replaced on both sides of the football, but they’ve got a consensus All American on defense. The 2018 schedule has usual suspects from the American Athletic Conference West division. However, South Florida and Temple from the East will visit TDECU Stadium in Houston as well as PAC-Twelve South opponent Arizona in an out of conference revenge game for the visitors and the return of former Cougars head coach Kevin Sumlin.

The Houston Cougars are eager to show the AAC and NCAA what they're about in 2018.

The first year offensive coordinator Kendal Briles has baggage after having the same title at Baylor during a tumultuous time in Waco under the leadership of his Father Art. Quarterback D’Eriq King 1,260 passing yard has a full season under his belt which was average at best. University of Tennessee graduate Quinten Dormady will battle for playing time under center in fall camp. Briles understand he has some holes to fill with the departure of running back Duke Catalon and wide receivers Steven Dunbar and Linell Bonner. Baylor transfer Terrance Williams should be more than capable of producing yards on the ground attack. Center Will Noble is as good as it gets on an inexperienced offensive line.

Briles will take plenty of chances and won’t hesitate to rotate quarterbacks, and he will go no huddle with an uptempo the entire football game. Houston will be one of the best-conditioned team in College Football.

Houston held a lot of high powered offenses in check last season and was especially good against the pass. All American defensive tackle Ed Oliver will be a top-five pick in the 2019 NFL draft barring a severe injury, the homegrown product from Westfield high school is the best in College Football. TCU transfer Isaiah Chambers will help free up Oliver when he’s double-teamed at the point of attack. There is work to be done with inexperience at linebacker four players are competing for playing time. As usual, Houston has plenty of talent at in the secondary, and the addition of Notre Dame graduate transfer Nick Watkins and Deontay Anderson from Ole Miss will add depth.

Mark D’Onofrio enters his second season as coordinator of Houston and will have his unit ready to compete weekly; he’s an excellent mindset with an excellent eye for talent. Bovada.Lv, list Houston at +250 to win the AAC Football West Division Title.

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