The Texas State Bobcats (1-2) face an FCS opponent, the Houston Baptist Huskies. the lynxes () and Huskies ( on moneyline to win) enter the field on September 24, 2022 at 7:00 pm ET. The total for the match is defined in spots.
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State of Texas vs. Houston Baptist Odds
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.
2021 team stats comparison
|state of texas||Statistics (ranking)||Houston Baptist|
|23.1 (101)||points per game||17.0 (32)|
|33.0 (108)||Points per game against||27.0 (17)|
|194.7 (95)||passing yards||196.0 (33)|
|246.3 (108)||Pass Yards Against||179.0 (19)|
|147.7 (72)||reed yards||-9.0 (100)|
|186.2 (105)||Throwing yards against||129.0 (21)|
|15 (96)||sweepstakes||3 (78)|
|8 (98)||Apprenticeship||1 (28)|
State of Texas vs. Houston Baptist betting information
Texas State Statistics and Trends
- Texas State has won once against the spread this season.
- One of Texas State’s three games has come to an end this season.
- The Bobcats and their opponent have not scored more than 62.5 points combined in a game this year.
- The over/under in this game is 62.5 points, 6.7 above the Bobcats’ total game average this season.
Houston Batista stats and trends
- Houston Baptist didn’t lose ATS (1-0) as an underdog of 22 points or more last season.
- The average total points scored in the Huskies’ games last year (62.5) is 3.5 points higher than the total for this match.
Texas State Players to Watch
- Layne Hatcher has 701 yards (233.7 ypg) to lead Texas State, completing 61.5% of his passes and recording six touchdown passes and three interceptions this season.
- The team’s best runner, Calvin Hill, carried the ball 49 times for 251 yards (83.7 per game), with a touchdown this year.
- This season, Lincoln Pare has racked up 13 carries for 47 yards (15.7 per game).
- Ashtyn Hawkins’ 251 receiving yards (83.7 yards per game) leads all receivers on the team. He collected 27 receptions and four touchdowns.
- Charles Brown has caught three passes for 114 yards (57.0 yards per game) and a touchdown this year.
- Julian Ortega-Jones’ 10 receptions earned him 95 yards (31.7 ypg).
- Blaise Bentsen completed 57.4% of his passes for 196 yards and a touchdown last season.
- Dreshawn Minnieweather recorded 21 yards during last year’s campaign.
- Charles King rushed for 0 yards a year ago. King was also effective as a receiver, totaling seven receptions for 64 yards with a touchdown.
- Branden Walker had 55 receiving yards (55.0 ypg) in 2021.
- Tyson Thompson caught six passes on his way to 44 yards a season ago.