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Friday, September 6

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WAKE FOREST (1 - 0) at RICE (0 - 1) - 9/6/2019, 12:00 PM
Top Trends for this game.
WAKE FOREST is 4-14 ATS (-11.4 Units) as a favorite of 10.5 to 21 points since 1992.
RICE is 78-55 ATS (+17.5 Units) in home games since 1992.
RICE is 78-55 ATS (+17.5 Units) in home lined games since 1992.
RICE is 78-55 ATS (+17.5 Units) in home games in games played on turf since 1992.

Head-to-Head Series History
WAKE FOREST is 1-0 against the spread versus RICE over the last 3 seasons
WAKE FOREST is 1-0 straight up against RICE over the last 3 seasons
1 of 1 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons

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MARSHALL (1 - 0) at BOISE ST (1 - 0) - 9/6/2019, 9:00 PM
Top Trends for this game.
MARSHALL is 48-72 ATS (-31.2 Units) in road games since 1992.
MARSHALL is 48-72 ATS (-31.2 Units) in road lined games since 1992.
BOISE ST is 148-107 ATS (+30.3 Units) in all games since 1992.
BOISE ST is 148-107 ATS (+30.3 Units) in all lined games since 1992.
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Week 2

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Friday, September 6

Wake Forest @ Rice
Wake Forest
Wake Forest is 6-1 SU in its last 7 games on the road
Wake Forest is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games
Rice
Rice is 6-1 ATS in its last 7 games
The total has gone OVER in 10 of Rice's last 15 games at home

Marshall @ Boise State
Marshall
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Marshall's last 5 games on the road
The total has gone OVER in 6 of Marshall's last 7 games
Boise State
Boise State is 8-1 SU in its last 9 games
Boise State is 18-3 SU in its last 21 games at home
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301WAKE FOREST -302 RICE
WAKE FOREST is 4-14 ATS (-11.4 Units) as an favorite of 10.5-21 since 1992.
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303MARSHALL -304 BOISE ST
BOISE ST is 11-2 ATS (8.8 Units) off an upset win since 1992.
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Week 2

Friday, September 6

Wake Forest @ Rice

Game 301-302
September 6, 2019 @ 8:00 pm

Dunkel Rating:
Wake Forest
82.336
Rice
66.696
Dunkel Team:
Dunkel Line:
Dunkel Total:
Wake Forest
by 15 1/2
57
Vegas Team:
Vegas Line:
Vegas Total:
Wake Forest
by 19
59
Dunkel Pick:
Rice
(+19); Under

William & Mary @ Virginia

Game 393-394
September 6, 2019 @ 8:00 pm

Dunkel Rating:
William & Mary
55.592
Virginia
86.938
Dunkel Team:
Dunkel Line:
Dunkel Total:
Virginia
by 31 1/2
40
Vegas Team:
Vegas Line:
Vegas Total:
Virginia
by 35 1/2
44 1/2
Dunkel Pick:
William & Mary
(+35 1/2); Under

Marshall @ Boise State

Game 303-304
September 6, 2019 @ 9:00 pm

Dunkel Rating:
Marshall
82.898
Boise State
90.646
Dunkel Team:
Dunkel Line:
Dunkel Total:
Boise State
by 8
54
Vegas Team:
Vegas Line:
Vegas Total:
Boise State
by 12
56 1/2
Dunkel Pick:
Marshall
(+12); Under

Sacramento St @ Arizona State

Game
September 6, 2019 @ 10:00 pm

Dunkel Rating:
Sacramento St
53.743
Arizona State
86.493
Dunkel Team:
Dunkel Line:
Dunkel Total:
Arizona State
by 33
53
Vegas Team:
Vegas Line:
Vegas Total:
Arizona State
by 36
63 1/2
Dunkel Pick:
Sacramento St
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Wake Forest gave up 596 yards but beat Utah State 38-35 at home LW; Aggies threw for 416 yards, WF 401. Rice lost its opener 14-7 at Army; total yardage was 284-243- Owls threw for only 62 yards. Wake plays local rival North Carolina Thursday; since 2010, Wake is 1-4 ATS as a road favorite. Last three years, Owls are 5-4 as home underdogs. Deacons (-27) beat Rice 56-24 in last meeting. Wake has more experienced OL (82 returning starts to 32). Last four years, ACC teams are 11-5 vs spread when playing a C-USA opponent.
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Trap game for Boise State after their emotional comeback win at Florida State. Broncos have solid young QB in freshman Bachmeier; he threw for 407 yards at FSU last week. Under Harsin, Boise is 17-21 ATS as a home favorite- they’re 14-10 ATS in last 24 non-league games. Marshall whacked a I-AA team in their opener; hard to tell much about that. Since ’12, Marshall is 11-4-1 as a road underdog. Both teams have 100+ returning stats on their OL; Conference USA teams covered seven of last nine games as an underdog vs Mountain West opponents.
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Friday, Sept. 6
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WAKE FOREST at RICE...Wake 10-4-1 last 15 away from Winston-Salem, 14-5 as visiting chalk since 2015. Owls 7-3 as DD dog since LYm 6-1 getting 20 points or more.
Wake Forest, based on team trends.


MARSHALL at BOISE STATE... Boise a bit better as blue carpet chalk LY (3-3) but still just 16-35 last 51 in role. Herd 8-2 as dog past two seasons and has covered 7 straight away from home vs. non-CUSA teams.
Marshall, based on team trends.
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303 MARSHALL @ 304 BOISE ST
Play on BOISE ST using the money line in All games in non-conference games
The record is 22 Wins and 4 since 1992 (+18.1 units)
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Marshall at Boise State
Venue/Location: Albertsons Stadium in Boise, ID
Time/TV: Friday, Sept. 6, 9:00 p.m. ET, ESPN2
Line: Boise State -11, Total 55


After last week had a handful of great games on Friday, this week there are just two games that pit FBS programs against one another, and it's the later of the two out on the Smurf Turf that I'll be focusing on here.


Last week's piece ended up playing out alright, as Rutgers is going into Iowa this week off a win of 20+ over Massachusetts, staying away from Oklahoma State wasn't the best idea as they brought out their offense early and often against a bad Oregon State team, while the Best Bet on the 'over' in the Colorado-Colorado State showdown cashed with relative ease.


It was a nice start to a season of Friday Showcase breakdowns, and hopefully this week brings more rewards to all those inclined to join.


Marshall and Boise State both come into this game with 1-0 SU records, but while Marshall beat up on FCS Virginia Military (56-17), Boise State was on the road in Tallahassee, engineering a great 2nd half comeback to beat Florida State. The Broncos outscored FSU 17-0 in the final 30 minutes, as a combination of great in-game adjustments and a gassed FSU team who appeared to have shot their full shot in the opening 30 minutes enabled Boise State to comeback. Given that it was true freshman quarterback Hank Bachmeier that orchestrated that comeback for the Broncos, this “rebuilding” year for Boise State may have turned into a “contending” year after just a single game.


But just like we will see next week when Week 2 of the NFL season arrives, Week 2 in college football is known for overreactions as well. Excitement for the season means football consumption is at an all-time high in Week 1 in terms of sheer volume of games consumed (bettors trying to get a handle on teams across the country), and there are always some snap judgements made after good/bad Week 1 performances. Keep that in mind as you navigate your way through the entire college football betting board this week, but Boise State contending for a Mountain West title this year with their youthful roster is still not something I'm sold on yet. That being said, Boise State is still Boise State, and you've got to give them the benefit of the doubt in terms of recruiting quality talent and coaching them up once they arrive on campus.


But it's that same positive, potential overreaction on the Broncos win that has seen early money for this game push the number Marshall's way after opening up at -12. An early week move like that is very understandable on multiple levels, as the perception of how good Boise State is this year is definitely inflated a touch after the Florida State win, and laying double digits with a freshman QB in his first career home start against FBS competition is still a big ask. Marshall's a team that's still projected to be the program that does very well in Conference USA this season, and relies on a great returning O-line to spark a highly explosive running game.


Yet, at the same time, Marshall was not challenged in any aspect of football in its Week 1 win over VMI, and taking that initial step up for a team can bring some issues. For one, it's a road game on a short week, meaning that travel cuts into prep time on the field in that regard for Marshall, and the home field advantage that the Smurf Turf brings Boise State is one of the better ones in the land.


There will likely be no 6.1 yards per rush for Marshall this week like they had a week ago, and their 55% 3rd down conversion rate on offense (6-for-11) should take a hit as well. Boise's State's comeback against FSU was fueled by the ability of their defense to get off the field on 3rd down – Florida State was 1-for-12 on 3rd down in the game – and the offense's ability to stay on the field on 3rd down (10-for-19) against what should be a quality program. Remember, Marshall went 55% on 3rd down against VMI, Boise State nearly did the same (53%) against Florida State. The opening number of 12 points was warranted and may even end back up there by the time kickoff arrives.


So while it's still fine to take a long-term cautious approach with Boise State this year – there will be some dud games for the freshman QB – I do believe backing them this week is the right move. Going against the early line move does bring some minor concerns, but you can't underestimate (or perhaps quantify) the confidence someone like Hank Bachmeier gained from that comeback win at FSU last week, and hopefully that rolls over into Friday's game as well.


With Marshall's defense still having a big question mark in terms of their ability to stop the run this year, Boise State should be able to use the running game – RB Robert Mahone had 142 yards rushing on 24 attempts vs FSU (2 TDs) – to open up the pass, because Marshall's secondary enters the year as the strength of the unit and one that's probably eager to get a crack at Bachmeier. But if they are forced to come down into the box to help stop the run – which I believe they will be – things can really start to open up for Bachmeier and Boise's attack can get on a roll from there.


Playing under the lights on the Smurf Turf typically is rough for visiting teams as it is, and with Marshall as a program on a 0-7 ATS run after allowing fewer than 20 points, and 3-7 ATS when coming off a win of 20+ points, the initial move on them makes sense, but it won't be the one that gets bettors to the payout window.


Best Bet: Boise State -10.5


Best Bet YTD Record: 1-0 ATS
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Boise at home and ready for Marshall


For the second straight week, Hank Bachmeier gets a chance to make a first impression.


It will be hard for Boise State's freshman quarterback to top what he did in the season opener.


''You thought after having a four-year starter at quarterback there would be a little bit of a drop-off there,'' Marshall coach Doc Holliday said. ''But this kid, he didn't look like a freshman out there. He took some shots in that Florida State game, stood right in there and delivered the ball.''


Bachmeier and the 24th-ranked Broncos play their first game on the blue turf Friday night when they host Marshall, one of the preseason favorites in Conference USA. While it's an intriguing matchup of two Group of Five teams, all eyes will be on Bachmeier.


Bachmeier helped create the excitement with his performance last week in Boise State's 36-31 comeback win over Florida State. Down by 18 in the second quarter, the Broncos (1-0) outscored Florida State 23-0 the rest of the way, with Bachmeier turning in a sterling performance. He completed 30 of 51 passes for 407 yards and a touchdown. It was the best passing debut by a Boise State quarterback since the school went to the FBS level in 1996 and the 407 yards nearly cracked the top 10 performances all time in school history.


The 18-point comeback was the biggest by Boise State against a Power Five opponent since overcoming a 14-0 hole to rout Oregon State 42-14 in 2006.


''Hank showed toughness in there and that's part of it. You don't want your quarterback to get hit but at times to stand in there and deliver a ball you've got to do that sometimes,'' Boise State coach Bryan Harsin said. ''Just the overall game, his poise, composure and staying in it. As the game was not going our way early on I think guys mentally can get themselves out of it and it's hard to get refocused in three and a half hours and get yourself back on track and he never seemed to lose that throughout the game.''


Marshall (1-0) opened with a 56-17 thumping of VMI. Sophomore Isaiah Green threw a career-high four touchdowns while the Thundering Herd compiled 620 yards of offense, including 280 on the ground. Holliday is hoping his team understands the challenge will be far different out west.


''It's a challenge we're looking forward to. I know when you're in this business as a coach or as a player, these are the kind of games that you want to go play,'' Holliday said. ''I talk to these kids all the time because you play this great game, you get opportunities a lot of people don't get. This is one of them.''


Other things to watch as the Broncos and Thundering Herd meet for just the second time:


CRACKING 100


Boise State running back Robert Mahone rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns against Florida State, and averaged nearly 6 yards per carry. It's a pretty good start for a program trying to continue a 10-year streak of having a 1,000-yard rusher. He'll be challenged by a Marshall defense that has not allowed a 100-yard rusher in the past 15 games. Marshall was one of just four teams that didn't allow a 100-yard rusher last season, along with Clemson, Southern Miss and Northern Illinois.


PLENTY OF TARGETS


Eleven different players caught passes for Marshall against VMI, including five different players with a TD catch. Corey Gammage led the Herd with five catches for 82 yards, while Tavin Richardson and Armani Levias had three catches each.


NO HANGOVER


One of Harsin's big concerns going into Week 2 was that his younger players would be affected by the attention they got after the win over Florida State.


''There was a lot of hype from this last game and there can be a major hangover because of that,'' he said. ''Everybody is on their phone, they want to see how many times their name gets retweeted and they want to see the pictures that Boise State football puts out there.''


Maybe he shouldn't be as concerned as the Broncos have won 17 straight home openers.


WE MEET AGAIN


It's been a long time since the only previous meeting between the schools. Marshall and Boise State met in the 1994 Division I-AA (now FCS) national semifinals. The Broncos pulled out a 28-24 win at home and faced Youngstown State in the national title game played on Marshall's home field. The Broncos fell in the title game 28-14
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Wake Forest looks to improve defense



HOUSTON (AP) Wake Forest got a close win over Utah State in the season opener. Coach Dave Clawson admits there's still plenty the Demon Deacons need to improve, especially on defense.


The defense picked off three passes but gave up 596 yards, including 416 yards passing, in the 38-35 win. The Demon Deacons (1-0) will have a quick turnaround to fix those issues, traveling to Houston to play Rice (0-1) on Friday night.


''We gave up 13 plays for 393 yards and the rest were a little over 200,'' Clawson said. ''We didn't tackle well. We had poor angles. We had some communication breakdowns in the back end. Those are things that we have to coach, correct and get better at.''


Rice will present a different challenge for the Wake Forest defense after rushing for 181 yards and throwing for just 62 yards last week in a 14-7 loss at Army.


''It is completely opposite to what we do and what we have seen,'' Clawson said. ''They use multiple personnel groups and use groupings with two, three, even four tight ends. It is hard to prepare for. They stretch you out.''


On offense, Wake Forest threw for 401 yards. The Demon Deacons averaged 3.1 yards per carry, finishing with 178 yards rushing on 58 carries and a fumble.


''I think anytime something doesn't go well you have to ask, `Why didn't it go well? Was it what we're doing, how we're doing it, who's doing it?''' Clawson said. ''It's always a combination of those three things. So I think at times we were a little bit too robotic with our snap count that they were able to predict the quarterbacks sneak, they were off the ball before we were.''


More things to know about the Wake Forest-Rice game:


FINISHING DRIVES


Rice had trouble finishing drives in the opener against Army, going 0 for 1 in the red zone, 3 for 11 on third downs and 0 for 1 on fourth down.


''It's very simple,'' said Rice coach Mike Bloomgren. ''I love averaging six yards a carry. I love protecting the football and with the way our defense is playing, I think it's a formula that can win a lot of games. But we need a couple of more points on the scoreboard. That's the bottom line.''


SHORT-YARDAGE WOES


Wake Forest needs to perform better in short-yardage situations. The Demon Deacons were stopped on fourth downs twice inside the Utah State 5, and they settled for a field goal after another drive stalled inside the 10.


''They were physical and they were able to tighten things up and get the backfield and at times we just didn't execute well,'' Clawson said.


SECONDARY TEST


Rice's defensive line saw a lot of action against Army, holding the Black Knights to 231 yards rushing, but the secondary had a rather light night as Army finished 3 of 8 passing for 53 yards. Bloomgren knows that will be different against Wake Forest. Quarterback Jamie Newman finished 34 of 47 for 401 yards and three touchdowns against Utah State.


''This is going to be a tempo,'' Bloomgren said. ''Their quarterback threw for over 400 yards the other night. He's playing at a really high level.''
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Wake Forest - WR Jaquarii Roberson & DL Tyler Williams (undisclosed) are doubtful tonight versus Rice
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Rice - LB Treshawn Chamberlain (undisclosed) is questionable tonight versus Wake Forest
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Boise St - OL John Ojukwu (knee) is questionable tonight versus Marshall
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