Portland State Vikings vs San Jose State Spartans 9-1-22

Portland State Vikings vs San Jose State Spartans 9/1/2022 Picks Predictions Previews

Portland State Vikings vs San Jose State Spartans 9/1/2022 Picks Predictions Previews


The Portland State Vikings will meet with the San Jose State Spartans at CEFCU Stadium, San Jose, CA on Sunday, September 01, 2022, at 10:30 PM ET.


The Portland State Vikings’ head coach, Bruce Barnum, is in his ninth season in charge after leading the team to a 5-6 (4-4 Big Sky Conference) record last time out.


Portland State was predicted by the Big Sky preseason coaches poll to place ninth overall out of 12 teams. The Vikings had a seasoned head coach and a vacancy at quarterback when Davis Alexander, the program’s all-time leader in passing yards, graduated. 


Dante Chachere, a redshirt sophomore, is currently the Portland State Vikings’ starting quarterback. His elder brother Andre, a cornerback at San Jose State from 2014 to 2017, is the reason the last name might sound familiar.


Both former Boise State running back Andrew Van Buren and former San Jose State defensive tackle EJ Ane are anticipated to start for Portland State in the starting 22. 


  • The total went OVER in 4 of the Vikings’ previous 6 games. 
  • The Portland State Vikings are 0-5 SU in their last 5 matches on the road. 
  • The team is 0-6 SU in their previous 6 matches against an opponent in the Mountain West Conference.

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Portland State Vikings vs San Jose State Spartans Predictions 9/1/2022


“Climb the mountain” became a motto for the San Jose State Spartans football team after the team’s first Mountain West Conference championship in 2020.


The 2022 Spartans and sixth-year head coach Brent Brennan begin a sort of redemption tour with a Thursday night home game against Division I FCS opponent Portland State in just their second meeting, following a 66-35 San Jose State victory in 2016.


This comes after the disappointment of not making back-to-back bowl games in 2021.


The San Jose State Spartans have a strong, seasoned defense that features nine starters returning, including defensive end Cade Hall, the Mountain West’s co-defensive player of the year heading into the season, and two 2021 all-MW selections in defensive end Viliami Fehoko and linebacker Kyle Harmon.


The two-deep also includes former USC safety Chase Williams and UCLA cornerback Elisha Guidry, both of whom are seasoned Pac-12 graduate transfers. 


  • The San Jose State Spartans are 9-3 SU in their last 12 matches at home. 
  • The team is 2-11 SU in their previous 13 games played in September. 
  • The total went UNDER in 5 of the Spartans’ last 6 games played in week 1.

Portland State Vikings vs. San Jose State Spartans. The NCAAF pick for this match is the Portland State Vikings. This is a must-win for a variety of obvious reasons.


Undoubtedly, a victory will boost the players’ and supporters’ confidence going into the Auburn game on September 10. Fans will feel more motivated about the forthcoming season the larger the gap.


Despite losing their star and record-breaking quarterback, Portland State still has a lot of talented players on the team, including a former defensive tackle for San Jose State.


This underscores even more how never, ever underestimate an opponent. The Portland State Vikings will win a predicted play of 35-21.


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NCAAF Starting Time: 10:30 PM (EDT)


Location: CEFCU Stadium, San Jose, CA 


Date: September 1, 2022




NCAAF Odds: PORST +17.5


NCAAF Totals: 53.5


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