Nevada Vs. Colorado State: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – November 27, 2021

Written By Staff on November 22, 2021

The Colorado State Rams (3-8, 2-5 MWC) battle to stop their five-game losing streak in matchup against the Nevada Wolf Pack (7-4, 4-3 MWC). The Rams, +127 on the moneyline to win, welcome the Wolf Pack, listed at -3 on the spread, on November 27, 2021 at 9:00 PM ET on CBS Sports. Oddsmakers have installed an over/under of 57 points for the game.

In this article you’ll find everything you need to know to place a bet on the game, including statistical trends, key metrics and more, as well as up-to-date odds.

The betting insights in the article below reference odds valid as of November 27, 2021 at 9:01 PM ET. Check out the table below for the latest odds for this contest and get up to $1,000 Risk Free Bet at FanDuel today!

Nevada Vs. Colorado State Betting Odds

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Nevada Offense Vs. Colorado State Defense

Wolf Pack Offense Stats (Rank) Rams Defense
35.3 (21) Points/Gm 26.1 (66)
428.9 (42) Yards/Gm 365.0 (57)
368.9 (4) Pass Yards/Gm 202.6 (33)
60.0 (129) Rush Yards/Gm 162.4 (87)
7.8 (54) Yards/Pass 7.2 (55)
2.4 (130) Yards/Rush 3.9 (51)
43.6% (35) 3rd Down % 35.8% (37)
8 (26) Turnovers 9 (76)
12 (99) Sacks 12 (20)

Colorado State Offense Vs. Nevada Defense

Colorado State Offense Stats (Rank) Nevada Defense
24.9 (94) Points/Gm 25.7 (64)
413.3 (57) Yards/Gm 391.5 (87)
255.2 (43) Pass Yards/Gm 226.5 (72)
158.1 (68) Rush Yards/Gm 164.9 (90)
7.7 (61) Yards/Pass 6.3 (15)
3.7 (97) Yards/Rush 4.5 (91)
42.1% (53) 3rd Down % 37.9% (55)
12 (77) Turnovers 11 (43)
8 (65) Sacks 8 (66)

When Nevada Has The Ball

  • The Wolf Pack have given up 12 sacks to rank 99th in college football. The Rams’ defense has racked up 12 (20th-most).
  • Nevada averages 2.4 yards per carry (130th in college football) compared to the 3.9 per rushing attempt Colorado State gives up (51st in the FBS).
  • The Wolf Pack have committed eight turnovers, 26th-lowest in the FBS, while the Rams have forced nine turnovers (52nd-fewest in college football).
  • Nevada has the 21st-ranked offense in the FBS (35.3 points per game), and will be facing Colorado State’s 66th-ranked defense (26.1 ppg).

When Colorado State Has The Ball

  • The Rams’ offense averages 7.7 yards per pass attempt (61st in the FBS). The Wolf Pack’s defense allows 6.3 yards per passing play (15th in college football).
  • Colorado State ranks 77th in college football, committing 12 turnovers this season, while Nevada is 43rd with 11 turnovers forced.
  • The Rams’ offense ranks 57th in the FBS in yards per game (413.3), while the Wolf Pack rank 87th in yards allowed (391.5).
  • Nevada has the 64th-ranked scoring defense (25.7 points per game). Colorado State’s 94th-ranked scoring offense averages 24.9 points per game.
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Nevada Betting Trends And Insights

  • Nevada has won seven games against the spread this season, while failing to cover four times.
  • The Wolf Pack are 3-2 ATS this season when playing as at least 3-point favorites.
  • Nevada’s games have gone over the point total seven out of 11 times this season.
  • Nevada’s 11 games this season have gone over this contest’s total of 57 points six times.
  • The Wolf Pack have gone 4-1 in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite (winning 80% of those games).

Colorado State Betting Trends And Insights

  • Colorado State has won four games against the spread this season, while failing to cover six times.
  • The Rams have been an underdog by 3 points or more three times this season, and covered the spread in two of those matchups.
  • A total of four Colorado State games this season have gone over the point total.
  • Colorado State has combined with its opponent to score more than 57 points just once this season.
  • The Rams have won one of the four games they’ve played as underdogs this season.

Nevada Players To Watch

  • Carson Strong leads his team with 3,487 passing yards (348.7 per game) and has a 68.8% completion percentage (313-of-455), throwing 27 touchdown passes and eight interceptions.
  • Toa Taua has 124 attempts for a team-high 625 rushing yards (56.8 per game) and five touchdowns. He also has 34 catches for 242 receiving yards (22.0 per game) and one touchdown.
  • Devonte Lee has run for 156 yards on 65 carries (15.6 yards per game), with two touchdowns on the ground this year.
  • Romeo Doubs has grabbed 70 passes for a team-high 938 yards with eight touchdowns. He averages 104.2 yards per game.
  • Cole Turner has also contributed with 55 receptions for 624 yards and nine touchdowns.
  • Melquan Stovall is averaging 56.5 yards per game, racking up 48 receptions for 565 yards and one touchdown.

Colorado State Players To Watch

  • Todd Centeio has thrown for 2,535 yards while completing 61% of his passes (194-of-318), with 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions this year (253.5 yards per game). He’s also carried the ball 109 times for 372 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 37.2 yards per game.
  • David Bailey has rushed for a team-leading 658 yards on 175 carries (73.1 yards per game) while scoring eight touchdowns.
  • This season Trey McBride has 76 catches and leads the team with 894 yards (89.4 per game).
  • Dante Wright has also contributed with 35 catches for 468 yards and three touchdowns this year. He averages 66.9 receiving yards per game.
  • Ty McCullouch has caught 23 passes for 408 yards and one touchdown, averaging 45.3 yards per game this year.

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