It will be the San Jose State Spartans (1-1) against the Western Michigan Broncos (1-2) in a college football game at CEFCU Stadium in San Jose, California. The Spartans, listed inin the spread, receives the Broncos, to win, on September 24, 2022 at 10:30 pm ET on CBS Sports. The match point total is currently set to .
The betting trends in the following article refer to odds valid from September 21, 2022 at 7:27 am ET. See below for a table with the latest odds for this tour and click here to get the best DraftKings Sportsbook deposit bonus!
State of San Jose vs. Western Michigan Odds
|To spread||Up down|
West Michigan (+7)
Predictions are calculated by a data-driven algorithm (raw power score) that ranks head-to-head results within a closed gaming network. The confidence of the forecast is determined by the delta between each team’s raw power score.
Team stats comparison
|State of San Jose||Statistics (ranking)||western michigan|
|18.5 (114)||points per game||21.0 (108)|
|20.5 (51)||Points per game against||33.0 (103)|
|257.0 (53)||passing yards||184.3 (103)|
|219.0 (73)||Pass Yards Against||234.3 (82)|
|51.5 (129)||reed yards||132.7 (90)|
|167.5 (95)||Throwing yards against||197.0 (115)|
|0 (100)||sweepstakes||7 (116)|
|5 (23)||Apprenticeship||3 (72)|
State of San Jose vs. West Michigan betting information
San Jose state statistics and trends
- San Jose State has a win against the spread this season.
- San Jose State is ATS winless (0-1) as a 7-point or more favorite this year.
- Spartans games averaged 50.0 points this season, 1.0 point more than the over/under for this match.
West Michigan stats and trends
- Western Michigan has a win against the spread this year.
- Western Michigan is ATS winless (0-2) while playing at least 7-point underdog this season.
- Two Western Michigan games (out of three) have surpassed their point total this season.
- The Broncos’ games ended with more than 49 points once this season.
- The Broncos’ average game total is 50.8 points, 1.8 more than this game’s over/under.
San Jose State players to watch
- Chevan Cordeiro has been a double threat to lead San Jose State in passing and running. He has 514 yards (257.0 ypg), completing 55.7% of his passes and throwing a touchdown this season. He rushed for 23 yards (11.5 ypg) on 27 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
- Kairee Robinson carried the ball 21 times for 59 yards (29.5 per game), with a touchdown this year. He also caught six catches for 53 yards (26.5 per game).
- Elijah Cooks’ 169 receiving yards (84.5 yards per game) came in 10 catches.
- Charles Ross had five passes for 89 yards (89.0 yards per game) this year.
- Justin Lockhart dragged in six grabs for 76 yards (38.0 ypg) this season.
Western Michigan Players to Watch
- Jack Salopek threw for 522 yards (174.0 ypg) to lead West Michigan, completing 53.6% of his passes and throwing a touchdown pass and four interceptions this season. He also figured in the ground game with 52 yards (17.3 ypg) on 23 carries.
- Sean Tyler carried the ball 37 times for 189 yards (63.0 per game), with two touchdowns this year.
- This season, La’Darius Jefferson rushed for 132 yards (44.0 per game) on 33 carries with three touchdowns.
- Corey Crooms’ 169 receiving yards (56.3 yards per game) came in 18 receptions with a touchdown.
- Jehlani Galloway has had a 142-yard season so far (47.3 receiving yards per game), with 10 passes.
- Anthony Sambucci’s three receptions yielded 77 yards (25.7 ypg).