Washington Vs. Colorado: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – November 20, 2021

Written By Staff on November 16, 2021

Pac-12 opponents hit the field when the Washington Huskies (4-6, 3-4 Pac-12) meet the Colorado Buffaloes (3-7, 2-5 Pac-12) at Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado. The Huskies (-6.5) travel to face the Buffaloes (+217 on the moneyline to win) on November 20, 2021 at 3:00 PM ET. A total of 43.5 points has been set for the matchup.

In this article we break down what you need to know before placing a bet on the game. That includes key metrics, betting trends, team and player stats, plus the best available odds.

This article refers to betting data valid as of November 20, 2021 at 2:02 PM ET. Browse all the current odds for this game in the table below and click here to get the best DraftKings Sportsbook deposit bonus!

Washington Vs. Colorado Betting Odds

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Washington Offense Vs. Colorado Defense

Huskies Offense Stats (Rank) Buffaloes Defense
22.8 (106) Points/Gm 27.5 (78)
325.5 (111) Yards/Gm 418.2 (101)
212.2 (82) Pass Yards/Gm 234.1 (79)
113.3 (107) Rush Yards/Gm 184.1 (105)
6.6 (102) Yards/Pass 7.2 (60)
3.5 (107) Yards/Rush 5.1 (111)
41.6% (56) 3rd Down % 38.8% (60)
12 (89) Turnovers 3 (127)
5 (30) Sacks 4 (107)

Colorado Offense Vs. Washington Defense

Colorado Offense Stats (Rank) Washington Defense
19.2 (119) Points/Gm 21.2 (29)
275.3 (123) Yards/Gm 340.3 (35)
137.9 (124) Pass Yards/Gm 136.4 (1)
137.4 (85) Rush Yards/Gm 203.9 (119)
6.2 (111) Yards/Pass 5.3 (1)
3.7 (94) Yards/Rush 4.9 (104)
34.4% (106) 3rd Down % 37.6% (48)
5 (9) Turnovers 11 (34)
9 (76) Sacks 7 (78)

When Washington Has The Ball

  • The Huskies are No. 30 ranked in college football in sacks conceded (five), facing the pass rush ranked 107th, the Buffaloes (four).
  • Washington’s offense averages 6.6 yards per pass attempt (102nd in the FBS). Colorado’s defense gives up 7.2 yards per passing play (60th in college football).
  • The Buffaloes rank 127th in college football with three turnovers forced, while the Huskies have committed 12 (89th).
  • Washington’s offense is 106th in the FBS at 22.8 points per game. It will be facing Colorado’s defense which allows 27.5 per game (78th in college football).

When Colorado Has The Ball

  • The Buffaloes average 137.9 yards through the air per game (124th in the FBS). The Huskies rank first, giving up 136.4 passing yards.
  • Washington’s defense allows 5.3 yards per pass attempt (first in the FBS). Colorado’s offense averages 6.2 yards per pass (111th in college football).
  • The Huskies have the 29th-ranked scoring defense (21.2 points per game). The Buffaloes’ 119th-ranked scoring offense puts up 19.2 points per game.
  • The Buffaloes’ offense is 123rd in college football averaging 275.3 yards per game, while Washington ranks 35th in yards allowed (340.3).
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Washington Betting Trends And Insights

  • Washington has put together a 3-6-0 ATS record so far this year.
  • The Huskies have covered the spread once this season (1-2 ATS) when playing as at least 6.5-point favorites.
  • So far this season, just two of Washington’s games have hit the over.
  • Washington and its opponents have scored more than 43.5 points in four of nine games this season.
  • The Huskies have been the moneyline favorite four total times this season. They’ve gone 3-1 in those games.

Colorado Betting Trends And Insights

  • Colorado has put together a 4-5-0 ATS record so far this year.
  • The Buffaloes have an ATS record of 3-4 when playing as at least 6.5-point underdogs this season.
  • In Colorado’s nine chances this season, the combined scoring has gone over the point total four times.
  • Colorado’s games this season have had a combined scoring total higher than 43.5 points in five of nine outings.
  • This season, the Buffaloes have won one out of the seven games in which they’ve been the underdog.

Washington Players To Watch

  • Dylan Morris leads his team with 2,071 passing yards (207.1 per game) and has a 60.1% completion percentage (187-of-311), throwing 12 touchdown passes and 10 interceptions.
  • Sean McGrew has rushed for a team-high 430 yards on 106 carries (61.4 yards per game) and eight touchdowns.
  • Cameron Davis has rushed for 279 yards on 73 carries (31.0 yards per game), with two touchdowns on the ground this year.
  • This season Terrell Bynum has 26 receptions for a team-high 436 receiving yards (54.5 per game) and four touchdowns.
  • Jalen McMillan has also tacked on 33 catches for 422 yards and three touchdowns this year. He averages 52.8 receiving yards per game.
  • This season Taj Davis has caught 23 passes for 298 yards and one touchdown, averaging 37.3 receiving yards per game.

Colorado Players To Watch

  • This season, Brendon Lewis has racked up 1,344 passing yards (134.4 yards per game) while connecting on 126 of 209 passes (60.3% completion percentage), with 10 touchdowns and three interceptions. He has tacked on 135 rushing yards on 77 carries (plus one touchdown), averaging 13.5 yards per game.
  • Jarek Broussard has 130 carries for a team-high 618 rushing yards (61.8 per game) and two touchdowns.
  • So far this year Alex Fontenot has run for 298 yards on 83 carries (29.8 ypg), with five rushing touchdowns.
  • Brenden Rice has hauled in 21 receptions for 299 yards, best on his team, and three touchdowns. He averages 29.9 receiving yards per game.
  • Brady Russell has contributed with 19 catches for 244 yards this year. He puts up 34.9 receiving yards per game.
  • This season Daniel Arias is averaging 25.8 yards per game, with 15 catches for 206 yards and one touchdown.

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