Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns vs. Texas State Bobcats Prediction, 11/26/2022 College Football Picks, Best Bets & Odds

Game: Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns vs. Texas State Bobcats

Date: Saturday, 11/26/2022

Location: Bobcat Stadium in San Marcos, TX


Odds/point distribution: Bobcats (+5.5)

Total/Over-Under: 46

The Texas State Bobcats (4-7) host the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns (5-6) at Bobcat Stadium on Saturday. Louisiana is the oddsmakers’ 5.5-point favorite. The total is 46.

The Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns enter the field with a 5-6 record this season. The last time they took the field, the Ragin’ Cajuns faced the Florida State Seminoles and walked away in a 49-17 loss. Dre’lyn Washington was the Ragin’ Cajuns’ leader with 10 dead for 57 yards (5.7 yards per carry). Chandler Fields went 19/36 with 159 air yards and 1 TD. He had a 99 quarterback rating and finished the game with no interceptions. In the running game, the Ragin’ Cajuns gave up 251 yards on 45 attempts, which is 5.6 yards per streak conceded. Louisiana gave up 13 pass completions on 21 attempts for a total of 189 yards and a 61.9% completion percentage. By the end of the game, they had 71 plays that converted to 291 yards. The Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns rushed the football 35 times for 132 total yards, averaging 3.8 yards per carry.

The Ragin’ Cajuns have earned a total of 3,979 yards this season. When it comes to getting into the end zone, Louisiana has compiled 23 passing touchdowns and 8 rushing touchdowns. You gave up the ball 15 different times. Louisiana, as a unit, has 207 1st downs and 77 penalties for 635 yards. Offensively, they average 141.0 rushing yards, which ranks them 81st in college football. In terms of scoring on the board, the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns average 25.7 points per outing.

When it comes to passing yards, the Ragin’ Cajuns allow 2,499 yards, which ranks them 70th in college football. They give up 227.2 yards per pass pass and give up a 57.7% completion percentage. For the season, they conceded 362.1 yards per contest, ranking 48th in college football. They conceded 15 touchdowns from the air and 17 touchdowns on the rock. Opponents rushed an average of 3.8 yards per rush and 134.9 yards on ground per game for the campaign. For the year, they conceded 1,484 yards over ground play in 11 games. The Ragin’ Cajuns rank 44th in college football in terms of opposing scoring, allowing 23.7 PPG.

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The Bobcats enter the field with a 4-7 record for the season. Last stepping onto the field, the Bobcats defeated the Arkansas State Red Wolves by a final score of 16-13. Layne Hatcher finished the contest with 196 yards on 23/36 through the air while his QB rating was 109.6. He threw no interceptions and his average yards per attempt was 5.4. Lincoln Pare ran the football 19 times for 75 yards and finished the game at 3.9 yards per carry for Texas State. The Bobcats finished the game with 340 total yards while rushing 75 games (4.5 yards per game). Texas State rushed for 3.8 yards per attempt and finished the game with 144 yards on 38 attempts. Texas State allowed 23 attempts on the ground for 54 yards (2.3 yards per carry). The Bobcats secondary gave up a 55.0% completion rate and gave up 237 yards on 22 of 40 through the air.

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When it comes to scoring chances, the Bobcats rank 106th nationally with a 21.8 PPG average. So far this season, the Bobcats have compiled 2,520 passing yards and averaged 229.1 passing yards per game, ranking 69th in D-1. The Texas State Bobcats average yards/game 322.4 yards/game, which ranks them 114th in college football. The Texas state offense has 501 penalty yards for 55 violations, which ranks it 107th nationwide for giving up free yards.

The Bobcats rake in 25.0 PPG, which ranks them 55th in college football. Texas State has conceded a total of 1,229 yards on the ground (111.7 yards per game) and 17 touchdowns on the ground this year. In total, they allowed 275 total points. They have 15 touchdowns from the passing game and 242.5 yards per outing, ranking 91st in the country. The Bobcats defense has participated in 754 games, ranking 59th in Division 1.

Who will win the Ragin’ Cajuns/Bobcats college football game against the spread tonight?

Josh’s Pick: Go for the Ragin’ Cajuns -5.5

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