They kick off this game from Boise St at 6PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by The Mountain.
Boise St was opened in the betting as a –51 point favorite with an over under coming in at 61 points.
The early money from the wagering public has come in on the side of the road team as the Boise St Broncos are now favored by -48 points.
The total has moved up to 61 ½ points.
Those betting the Boise St Broncos on the money line will lay –255000 odds with the road underdog New Mexico Lobos bringing back +85000 odds to pull off the upset win with no need for points on their side.
New Mexico and Boise St meet on the college football field on Saturday for the first time since the 2000 season where the Broncos posted the 31-14 road win against the Lobos as a -1 ½ point betting favorite.
There was no over under posted in this game in September of 2000.
The hapless Lobos travel to Boise St with a mark of 1-10 on the season. The club is 0-5 on the road.
New Mexico puts up 13 points and 305 yards per game with 118 yards rushing for 3.5 yards per rush.
On defense the Lobos allow 41 points and 487 yards per game. Opponents rush for 255 yards against them for 5.6 yards per rush against average.
They will be coming off their bye week.
Just prior to the bye the New Mexico Lobos dropped a 31-10 road loss to the Wyoming Cowboys a week ago as a +24 point underdog.
The total arrived at under the closing line of 53 points.
New Mexico gained 296 offensive yards while giving up 462 yards to Wyoming.
The Lobos rushed for 134 yards on 34 carries for 3.4 yards a carry.
The team turned it over twice and took one from Wyoming.
They allowed the Cowboys 250 yards rushing on 40 carries for 6.3 yards per rush against average.
Quarterback B.R. Holbrook completed 18 of 28 passes for 162 yards with an interception. Holbrook had 12 scrambles for 48 yards and a rushing touchdown.
Crusoe Gongbay on 10 carries ran for 52 yards.
Martize Barr had a 22 yard run. Barr had two catches for 32 yards.
Lucas Reed caught three passes for 38 yards.
Quintell Solomon caught six balls for 34 yards.
The Boise St Broncos host hapless New Mexico with a mark of 10-1 on the year. The club is 4-1 at home.
Boise St averages 43 points and 477 yards per game with 175 yards rushing for 4.6 yards a carry.
On defense the Broncos give up 19 points and 326 yards per game. Opponents rush for 126 yards against them for 3.9 yards per rush against average.
The team has won two straight since losing at home to TCU by one point.
They are coming off the 36-14 home win against the Wyoming Cowboys a week ago as a -32 point betting favorite.
The over under landed under the closing line of 60 points.
Boise St was able to amass 479 offensive yards and allowed Wyoming 191 yards.
The team ran for 200 yards on 41 carries for nearly 5 yards a carry.
The Broncos turned it over twice and got two away from Wyoming.
Quarterback Kellen Moore completed 24 of 36 passes for 279 yards with three touchdowns and one interception.
Doug Martin had 26 carries for 153 yards and two rushing touchdowns.
D.J. Harper ran for 35 yards on nine carries. Harper had five catches out of the backfield for 51 yards.
Matt Miller led Boise St with four receptions for 66 yards and a receiving touchdown.
Tyler Shoemaker caught four passes for 53 yards.
Chandler Koch grabbed two balls for 31 yards.
CFB Trend: New Mexico Lobos are 4-0 to the under in their past four games.