The Air Force Falcons (7-3, 4-2 MWC) take the No.11 scoring defense in college football into a matchup with the Nevada Wolf Pack (7-3, 4-2 MWC), who have the No. 24 scoring offense. The Falcons, listed aton the spread, take the field as visitors on November 19, 2021 at 9:00 PM ET on FS1 against the Wolf Pack, on the moneyline to win. Oddsmakers have listed the matchup’s point total at .
In this article we surface key metrics, betting trends, top players and the best available odds — everything you need to know before making a bet on the game.
The betting trends in the article below reference odds valid as of November 19, 2021 at 9:01 PM ET. See below for a table with the latest odds for this matchup and click here to get the best DraftKings Sportsbook deposit bonus!
Air Force Vs. Nevada Betting Odds
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Air Force Offense Vs. Nevada Defense
|Falcons Offense||Stats (Rank)||Wolf Pack Defense|
|28.3 (67)||Points/Gm||24.2 (55)|
|409.2 (56)||Yards/Gm||383.2 (74)|
|98.1 (128)||Pass Yards/Gm||246.9 (100)|
|311.1 (1)||Rush Yards/Gm||136.3 (54)|
|9.9 (4)||Yards/Pass||6.4 (17)|
|5.0 (27)||Yards/Rush||4.1 (65)|
|43.4% (38)||3rd Down %||36.6% (43)|
|5 (9)||Turnovers||11 (34)|
|3 (12)||Sacks||8 (66)|
Nevada Offense Vs. Air Force Defense
|Nevada Offense||Stats (Rank)||Air Force Defense|
|34.9 (24)||Points/Gm||17.6 (11)|
|437.9 (32)||Yards/Gm||284.3 (6)|
|373.7 (3)||Pass Yards/Gm||180.4 (17)|
|64.2 (128)||Rush Yards/Gm||103.9 (15)|
|7.8 (56)||Yards/Pass||7.0 (43)|
|2.6 (128)||Yards/Rush||3.4 (19)|
|44.0% (35)||3rd Down %||40.7% (83)|
|7 (23)||Turnovers||7 (97)|
|12 (100)||Sacks||9 (54)|
When Air Force Has The Ball
- The Falcons have given up three sacks (12th-fewest in college football), while the Wolf Pack’s defense has compiled eight (62nd-fewest).
- Air Force’s running game ranks first in the FBS (311.1 yards per game), while Nevada allows 136.3 per game (54th-ranked run defense).
- The Wolf Pack allow 4.1 yards per rushing attempt (65th in the FBS). The Falcons are 27th in rushing, averaging 5.0 per carry.
- Air Force’s 98.1 passing yards per game ranks 128th in the FBS. Nevada’s defense allows 246.9 through the air (100th in college football).
When Nevada Has The Ball
- The Wolf Pack’s 64.2 rushing yards per game is good for 128th in the FBS. The Falcons’ defense gives up 103.9 on the ground (15th in college football).
- Nevada ranks 128th in the FBS averaging 2.6 yards per carry. Air Force gives up 3.4 per rushing attempt (19th in college football).
- The Wolf Pack offense is 23rd-ranked in college football in terms of turnovers allowed (7), and are playing the 97th-ranked team in turnovers forced, the Falcons (7).
- Air Force allows third-down conversions on 40.7% of its opponents’ attempts (83rd in the FBS). Nevada has a 44.0% third-down conversion rate, which ranks 35th in college football.
Air Force Betting Trends And Insights
- Air Force has covered six times in nine games with a spread this season.
- The Falcons have covered the spread five times this season (5-3 ATS) when playing as at least 1.5-point favorites.
- In Air Force’s nine games this season, the combined scoring has gone over the point total three times.
- In two games this season, Air Force and its opponents have combined to score more than 53.5 points.
- The Falcons have won five of the eight games they were listed as the moneyline favorite this season (62.5%).
Nevada Betting Trends And Insights
- Nevada has won seven games against the spread this season, while failing to cover three times.
- The Wolf Pack have been an underdog by 1.5 points or more four times this year, and covered the spread in four of those games.
- Nevada’s games have gone over the point total six out of 10 times this year.
- Nevada’s games this season have had a combined scoring total higher than 53.5 points in six of 10 outings.
- The Wolf Pack have been underdogs in four games this season and won two (50%) of those contests.
Air Force Players To Watch
- Haaziq Daniels has thrown for 727 yards while completing 46.8% of his passes (36-of-77), with four touchdowns and two interceptions this year (72.7 yards per game). He’s also carried the ball 118 times for 543 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging 54.3 yards per game.
- Brad Roberts has rushed for a team-leading 951 yards on 214 attempts (95.1 yards per game) while scoring 10 touchdowns.
- Brandon Lewis has racked up 15 receptions for 424 yards, best on his team, and one touchdown. He averages 47.1 receiving yards per game.
- Micah Davis has also added six receptions for 111 yards and one touchdown.
- This season Dane Kinamon has caught seven passes for 101 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 11.2 receiving yards per game.
Nevada Players To Watch
- This year, Carson Strong has collected 3,166 passing yards (351.8 yards per game) while going 289-for-414 (69.8% completion percentage) and throwing 24 touchdowns and seven interceptions.
- Toa Taua has picked up a team-best 548 rushing yards (54.8 per game) and four touchdowns. He has added 34 receptions for 242 yards (24.2 yards per game) and one TD.
- Devonte Lee has rushed for 158 yards on 63 carries (17.6 yards per game), with two touchdowns on the ground this year.
- Romeo Doubs has hauled in 60 passes for a team-best 798 yards while scoring seven touchdowns. He averages 99.8 yards per game.
- Cole Turner has hauled in 50 catches for 570 yards (71.3 yards per game) and seven touchdowns.
- Melquan Stovall has caught 47 passes for 540 yards and one touchdown, averaging 60.0 yards per game this year.
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