North Texas Vs. Florida International: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – November 20, 2021

Written By Staff on November 16, 2021

The North Texas Mean Green (4-6, 3-3 C-USA) take a three-game winning streak into matchup against the Florida International Panthers (1-9, 0-6 C-USA). The Mean Green (-10.5) and the Panthers (+292 to win on the moneyline) kick off the action on November 20, 2021 at 7:00 PM ET. A point total of 57.5 points has been set for the contest by bookmakers.

In this article we will surface what you need to know to make a bet on the game. That includes key metrics, stats and trends, while also providing you with the best odds available.

This article references betting data current as of November 20, 2021 at 7:01 PM ET. Find all the up-to-date odds for this matchup in the table below and click here to claim your free sports bet (up to $1,001) at Caesars!

North Texas Vs. Florida International Betting Odds

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North Texas Offense Vs. Florida International Defense

Mean Green Offense Stats (Rank) Panthers Defense
24.9 (92) Points/Gm 39.0 (125)
419.1 (50) Yards/Gm 392.1 (87)
198.5 (98) Pass Yards/Gm 226.4 (63)
220.6 (13) Rush Yards/Gm 165.7 (87)
6.0 (115) Yards/Pass 8.2 (105)
4.6 (50) Yards/Rush 5.0 (110)
38.6% (74) 3rd Down % 48.4% (124)
13 (94) Turnovers 4 (126)
8 (68) Sacks 6 (92)

Florida International Offense Vs. North Texas Defense

Florida International Offense Stats (Rank) North Texas Defense
22.0 (110) Points/Gm 30.0 (91)
357.0 (92) Yards/Gm 393.0 (88)
259.9 (35) Pass Yards/Gm 236.3 (86)
97.1 (120) Rush Yards/Gm 156.7 (80)
8.9 (15) Yards/Pass 8.2 (105)
3.6 (100) Yards/Rush 4.1 (65)
36.3% (92) 3rd Down % 41.8% (93)
8 (33) Turnovers 9 (67)
12 (100) Sacks 10 (44)

When North Texas Has The Ball

  • The Mean Green’s rushing game ranks 13th in the FBS (220.6 yards per game). The Panthers allow 165.7 rushing yards per game (87th).
  • North Texas averages 4.6 yards per rushing attempt (50th in the FBS), and Florida International allows 5.0 per carry (110th in college football).
  • The Panthers give up third-down conversions on 48.4% of their opponents’ attempts (124th in the FBS). The Mean Green have a 38.6% third-down conversion rate, which ranks 74th in college football.
  • North Texas’ offense ranks 50th in the FBS in yards per game (419.1), while Florida International ranks 87th in yards allowed (392.1).

When Florida International Has The Ball

  • The Panthers have the No. 15 yards-per-pass average in college football (8.9 per attempt). The Mean Green’s defense allows 8.2 per attempt (No. 105 in college football).
  • Florida International is 100th-ranked in college football in sacks conceded (12), and is up against the team ranked 44th in bringing down opposing quarterbacks, North Texas (10).
  • The 259.9 passing yards per game the Panthers average ranks them 35th in the FBS, while the 236.3 the Mean Green allow ranks them 86th in college football.
  • North Texas allows 156.7 rushing yards per game (80th in the FBS). Florida International’s rushing game ranks 120th in college football (97.1).
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North Texas Betting Trends And Insights

  • North Texas has compiled a 6-2-1 ATS record so far this year.
  • In North Texas’ nine games this season, the combined scoring has gone over the point total three times.
  • North Texas’ games this season have featured more combined points than this contest’s total of 57.5 points three times.
  • The Mean Green have been the moneyline favorite only two other times so far this season, and they won both of the games.

Florida International Betting Trends And Insights

  • Florida International has a record of just 1-8-0 against the spread this year.
  • The Panthers have covered the spread once when an underdog by 10.5 points or more this year (in four opportunities).
  • In Florida International’s nine chances this season, the combined scoring has gone over the point total six times.
  • Florida International has played six games this season that finished with a combined score higher than 57.5 points.
  • This season, the Panthers have been listed as the underdog in eight games and failed to win any of those contests.

North Texas Players To Watch

  • This season, Austin Aune has put up 1,428 passing yards (142.8 yards per game) while completing 120 of 233 passes (51.5% completion percentage), with seven touchdowns and six interceptions. He has added 248 rushing yards on 61 carries (plus one touchdown), averaging 24.8 yards per game.
  • DeAndre Torrey has 206 attempts for a team-high 1,003 rushing yards (100.3 per game) and eight touchdowns.
  • Ayo Adeyi has 319 yards on 60 carries (45.6 ypg), with three rushing touchdowns.
  • Roderic Burns has 49 catches, leading his team with 596 yards (59.6 ypg) while hauling in three touchdowns this season.
  • Jason Pirtle’s stat line this year shows 36 catches for 320 yards and two touchdowns. He puts up 32.0 receiving yards per game.
  • Damon Ward has caught 14 passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 30.7 yards per game this year.

Florida International Players To Watch

  • Max Bortenschlager has thrown for 2,462 yards while completing 53.6% of his passes (141-of-263), with 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions this year (273.6 yards per game).
  • D’Vonte Price has taken 128 carries for a team-leading 662 rushing yards (73.6 yards per game) while scoring six touchdowns.
  • EJ Wilson Jr. has 133 yards on 17 carries (22.2 ypg).
  • This season Tyrese Chambers has 31 catches and leads the team with 795 yards (88.3 per game) while hauling in seven touchdowns.
  • Bryce Singleton’s stat line this year shows 35 catches for 714 yards and three touchdowns. He averages 89.3 receiving yards per game.
  • This season Randall St. Felix has caught 20 passes for 273 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 34.1 receiving yards per game.

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