Washington State Vs. Arizona: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – November 19, 2021

Written By Staff on November 16, 2021

The Washington State Cougars (5-5, 4-3 Pac-12) are set for a Pac-12 matchup against the Arizona Wildcats (1-9, 1-6 Pac-12) at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Washington. The Wildcats (+476 moneyline odds to win) will visit the Cougars (-14.5) on November 19, 2021 at 9:00 PM ET on P12N. Bookmakers have set a point total of 52.5 points for the contest.

In this article we will provide you with the best odds available and surface what you need to know to place a bet on the game. That includes key metrics, betting trends, plus team and player stats.

The betting trends in the article below reflect odds as of November 19, 2021 at 9:02 PM ET. Check out the table below for the most up-to-date lines for this outing and get up to $1,000 Risk Free Bet at FanDuel today!

Washington State Vs. Arizona Betting Odds

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Washington State Offense Vs. Arizona Defense

Cougars Offense Stats (Rank) Wildcats Defense
25.7 (85) Points/Gm 29.5 (89)
375.2 (81) Yards/Gm 368.2 (64)
262.0 (34) Pass Yards/Gm 193.6 (25)
113.2 (108) Rush Yards/Gm 174.6 (97)
7.3 (75) Yards/Pass 7.9 (95)
3.8 (91) Yards/Rush 4.4 (88)
42.6% (47) 3rd Down % 37.5% (48)
16 (122) Turnovers 6 (107)
14 (114) Sacks 5 (99)

Arizona Offense Vs. Washington State Defense

Arizona Offense Stats (Rank) Washington State Defense
17.3 (121) Points/Gm 26.0 (65)
350.1 (97) Yards/Gm 398.3 (93)
216.5 (75) Pass Yards/Gm 221.3 (56)
133.6 (90) Rush Yards/Gm 177.0 (99)
6.0 (114) Yards/Pass 6.8 (30)
3.7 (93) Yards/Rush 4.8 (103)
34.4% (107) 3rd Down % 42.3% (101)
18 (129) Turnovers 13 (14)
10 (86) Sacks 3 (118)

When Washington State Has The Ball

  • The Cougars’ passing attack averages 7.3 yards per pass attempt (75th in the FBS). The Wildcats give up 7.9 per pass (95th in college football).
  • Washington State is 81st in college football, racking up 375.2 yards per game, while Arizona ranks 64th in yards conceded (368.2).
  • The Cougars have conceded 14 sacks to rank 114th in college football. The Wildcats’ defense has five (29th-fewest).
  • Washington State is the FBS’ 122nd-ranked offense in terms of committing turnovers (16), and are up against the 107th-ranked team in turnovers forced, Arizona (6).

When Arizona Has The Ball

  • The Wildcats are the FBS’ 129th-ranked offense in terms of committing turnovers (18), and are up against the 14th-ranked team in turnovers forced, the Cougars (13).
  • Arizona’s offense averages 6.0 yards per pass attempt (114th in the FBS). Washington State’s defense gives up 6.8 yards per passing play (30th in college football).
  • The Wildcats’ offense ranks 121st in the FBS at 17.3 points per game. The Cougars give up 26.0 per game (65th in college football).
  • Washington State’s defense has three sacks (10th-fewest in the FBS). Arizona has given up 10 sacks to rank 86th in college football.
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Washington State Betting Trends And Insights

  • Washington State has won six games against the spread this season, while failing to cover four times.
  • The Cougars have been favored by 14.5 points or more this season twice, and failed to cover both times.
  • Washington State and its opponents have combined to go over the point total four out of 10 times this season.
  • Washington State and its opponents have scored more than 52.5 points in six of 10 games this season.
  • The Cougars have been the moneyline favorite only two other times so far this season, and they split the two games.

Arizona Betting Trends And Insights

  • Arizona has won six games against the spread this year, while failing to cover four times.
  • The Wildcats have covered the spread four times this year (4-1 ATS) when playing as at least 14.5-point underdogs.
  • Arizona’s games have gone over the point total four out of 10 times this season.
  • Arizona has played three games this season that ended with a combined score higher than 52.5 points.
  • The Wildcats have been underdogs in eight games this season and won one (12.5%) of those contests.

Washington State Players To Watch

  • Jayden De Laura has passed for 2,253 yards while completing 62.7% of his throws (180-of-287), with 19 touchdowns and nine interceptions (250.3 yards per game).
  • Max Borghi has run for a team-leading 612 yards on 122 carries (61.2 yards per game) while scoring eight touchdowns.
  • So far this year Deon McIntosh has run for 416 yards on 85 carries (46.2 ypg), with two rushing touchdowns.
  • This season Calvin Jackson Jr. has 53 receptions for a team-high 754 receiving yards (75.4 per game) and five touchdowns.
  • Travell Harris has also chipped in with 62 catches for 683 yards and seven touchdowns this year. He averages 68.3 receiving yards per game.
  • De’Zhaun Stribling has 373 receiving yards on 31 receptions, with four touchdowns, averaging 41.4 yards per game.

Arizona Players To Watch

  • This year, Will Plummer has put up 1,055 passing yards (131.9 yards per game) while going 102-for-182 (56% completion percentage) and throwing three touchdowns and six interceptions. He has tacked on 171 rushing yards on 44 carries with two touchdowns, averaging 21.4 yards per game.
  • Drake Anderson has 73 carries for a team-high 267 rushing yards (29.7 per game) and one touchdown.
  • Michael Wiley has 251 yards on 79 carries (27.9 ypg), with two rushing touchdowns. He also has 21 catches for 198 yards (22.0 ypg) and two touchdowns.
  • Stanley Berryhill III has reeled in 68 passes for a team-high 606 yards while scoring one touchdown. He averages 60.6 yards per game.
  • Tayvian Cunningham’s stat line this year shows 18 catches for 299 yards and two touchdowns. He puts up 33.2 receiving yards per game.
  • Brian Casteel has racked up 263 yards on 28 receptions with one touchdown, averaging 32.9 yards per game.

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