|Written by Michelle Allan|
Bet on NCAAF College football odds for Friday will feature college football betting action on the ESPN Western Athletic Conference matchup between Louisiana Tech and Nevada. College football odds players have seen Louisiana Tech win their WAC opener while this will be Nevada’s first college football betting conference matchup.
Louisiana Tech enters this one with a record of 2-2 both straight up and against the college football odds. The Bulldogs are an even 2-2 against the college football betting over/under line. They are 0-2 in online betting action on the road this year.
Last week the Bulldogs scored a 27-6 win over Hawaii as 6-point home favorites to start off the WAC portion of their schedule against the college football odds. Tech outgained Hawaii in total yardage 449-301 and held a 27-16 first down advantage.
Running back Daniel Porter was a major asset against the college football odds as he ran for 160 yards and 2 touchdowns in the win. The Bulldogs were +3 in turnover margin in that payoff against the college football odds.
Porter leads Louisiana Tech in rushing with 294 yards and a 4.5 yards per carry average with 4 touchdowns. Quarterback Ross Jenkins has been up and down with 3 touchdowns and 2 interceptions as he as thrown for 759 yards with a completion percentage of 61%.
The Nevada Wolfpack has a record of 1-3 both straight up and against the college football odds. Nevada exploded last week for their first win and payoff against the college football odds in a 63-28 home win over UNLV as 6.5-point favorites.
The Wolfpack tore apart the Rebels with a staggering 773 total yards and an eye-popping 559 yards on the ground. Three Nevada running backs had huge numbers against the college football odds vs. UNLV as Mike Ball ran for 184 yards and 5 touchdowns, Colin Kaepernick ran for 173 yards, and Luke Lippincott ran for 170 yards and a TD. Nevada is the 4th ranking team in the nation for rushing which matches up will with Louisiana Tech, who ranks a poor 105th in the nation at stopping the run.