The Boise St Broncos will travel in WAC conference play with a game against the New Mexico St Aggies on Saturday night.
Kick off time from New Mexico St is set for 8PM Eastern Time and you can watch it on ESPN Game plan Television.
The point spread opened up with the road team Boise St Broncos as 41 ½ point favorites with the over under lined at 60 ½ points.
The bettors have come in early on the side of the favorite as the Boise St Broncos have been bet up to a 43 ½ point favorite. The total saw movement downward to 60 points.
Money line gamblers betting the side of the favored Boise St Broncos will lay -75000 odds with the home underdog New Mexico St Aggies bringing back +25000 odds to produce victory without the aid of taking the points.
When these two WAC conference schools met in 2009 it was the Boise St Broncos with the 42-7 home win against New Mexico St as a 46 point favorite. The game landed under against a closing number of 58 points.
Boise St dominated in victory with 544 yards to the Aggies 191. The Broncos dominated the line of scrimmage with 256 rushing yards on 39 carries for a 6.6 yards a carry average. New Mexico St had just 49 passing yards in defeat.
Boise St enters the game with a 3-0 record on the season. The team averages 40 points and 500 yards per game.
Boise St has passed their two early test of the 2010 season. They opened up on a neutral field against Virginia Tech and earned the 33-30 victory as a 1 ½ point underdog.
Last week the Broncos hosted Oregon St from the PAC 10 conference in a national telecast in prime time and pulled away with the 37-24 victory as a 17 ½ point favorite.
Boise St nearly doubled the yardage on the Beavers last week as the team amassed 469 yards to the Beavers 237 yards. Boise St converted on 9 of 14 on third down. They were able to run the ball on a good Oregon St front seven for 175 yards on 36 carries for a 4.9 yards per rush average.
Quarterback Kellen Moore hit on 19 of 27 passes for 288 yards three touchdowns and no picks.
On the ground Doug Harper contributed with 19 rushes for a solid 138 yards.
Titus Young led the Broncos talented receiving corps with 5 catches for 136 yards and a touchdown. Austin Pettis contributed with 4 catches for 62 yards and a touchdown.
Boise St allows their opponents 20 points and 228 yards per game. They did a great job of shutting down the talented Beavers run game to a tune of 78 yards on 33 carries for a measly 2.4 yards a carry. Boise St held their PAC 10 opponent last week to only 3 of 14 on third and fourth down combined.
It looks like another long season for the New Mexico St Aggies as they come in at 0-3 on the season. The team averages only 15 points and 299 yards per game.
They have been no closer than 20 points to any one opponent and that loss came in a week two 41-21 home defeat to the San Diego St Aztecs as a 13 ½ point underdog.
The Aggies traveled to face Kansas last week and were defeated 42-16 as a 24 point road underdog.
New Mexico St had only 275 yards in the loss and converted on just 4 of 13 on third down. They ran it 35 times against the Jayhawks defense and could only gain 3.7 yards a carry.
Quarterback Matt Christian hit on 12 of 20 passes for 147 yards with a touchdown and no picks.
On the ground it was Seth Smith rushing it 16 times for 52 yards and a touchdown.
Wide out Marcus Allen led the Aggies with 4 catches for 89 yards and a touchdown.
Defensively the team allows their opponents 41 points and 519 yards per game.
Last week the club allowed 501 yards to Kansas and 10 of 15 combined on third and fourth down. The Aggies had trouble stopping the run game last week as their Big 12 conference opponent rushed it 44 times for 237 yards for a 5.4 yards a carry average.
CFB Trend: The Under is 4-1 in their past 5 meetings.