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San Diego State Aztecs vs New Mexico Lobos Prediction, 11/18/2022 College Football Picks, Best Bets & Odds

San Diego State Aztecs Jesse Matthews Football Predictions

Game: San Diego State Aztecs vs. New Mexico Lobos

Date: Friday, 11/18/2022

Location: University Stadium in Albuquerque, NM

TV: FS1

Odds/point distribution: Lobos (+14.5)

Total/Over-Under: 40

The New Mexico Lobos (2-8) play the San Diego State Aztecs (6-4) at University Stadium on Friday. San Diego State opens this contest as a 14.5-point favorite. The over/under is 40.

The San Diego State Aztecs enter the field with a record of 6-4 this season. The last time they took the field, the Aztecs faced the San Jose State Spartans and won 43-27. Jalen Mayden was the lead on floor for the Aztecs with 13 kills for 61 yards (4.7 yards per attempt). Jalen Mayden finished 17/22 with 268 yards through the air and 3 TDs. He had a 215.5 QB rate and finished the game with 1 pick. In the current game, the Aztecs gave up 28 yards on 21 attempts, which works out to be 1.3 yards per run allowed. San Diego State gave up 19 completions on 33 attempts for a total of 195 yards and a 57.6% completion percentage. For the game, they had 68 plays, which gave them 425 total yards. The San Diego State Aztecs threw the ball a total of 45 times and had 157 yards, averaging 3.5 yards per dead.

In terms of end zone ball placement, the San Diego State Aztecs average 21.9 points per game. Offensively, they average 163.3 rushing yards, which ranks them 57th in the country. The Aztecs have totaled 3,214 yards this season. In terms of touchdown spread, San Diego State has 11 touchdowns in the air and 9 touchdowns on the ground. San Diego State has conceded 165 first downs as a team and committed 76 penalties for 593 yards. You gave up the ball 16 times.

In terms of passing yards, the Aztecs give up 2,353 yards, which ranks them 78th in college football. They threw 235.3 yards per contest and allowed a 61.4% completion percentage. Overall, they give up 353.1 yards per game, ranking 39th in the country. They gave up 19 touchdowns from the air and 11 touchdowns on the rock. They’re allowing an average of 3.8 yards per dead and 117.8 yards on the floor per contest this year. Overall, they conceded 1,178 rushing yards in 10 games. The Aztecs sit 37th in Division 1 in team defense and allow 21.9 PPG.

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The Lobos enter the field with a 2-8 record for the season. The last time they stepped on the gridiron, the Lobos lost 35-3 to the Air Force Falcons. Christian Washington carried the rock 7 times for 24 yards and finished the contest at 3.4 yards per carry for New Mexico. Justin Holaday finished the game with 128 yards on 10/21. through the air while his quarterback rating was 98.8. He didn’t throw any picks and his Y/A was 6.1. New Mexico gave up 70 attempts on the ground for 421 yards (6.0 yards per carry). The Lobos secondary gave up a 100.0% completion percentage and gave up 42 yards on 2 for 2 through the air. The Lobos finished the game for 172 yards while rushing for 46 games (3.7 yards per game). New Mexico sped the football 1.8 yards per attempt, for a total of 44 yards in 25 attempts.

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If you look at how much they score, the Lobos are ranked 129th in Division 1 and have 14.7 points per contest. For the season to this point, the Lobos have 1,085 total passing yards in addition to an average of 108.5 passing yards per game, which ranks them 127th in the country. The New Mexico Lobos average 239.5 yards per contest, which is good for 131st place in college football. The New Mexico offense has a total of 546 yards penalties for 64 violations, which ranks 61st in Division 1 in terms of helping the other team.

The Lobos are dropping 25.5 points per game, which puts them 61st in D-1. New Mexico gave up a total of 1,639 rushing yards (163.9 yards per outing) in addition to 17 touchdowns over the rush for the year. In total, they allowed 255 total points. They have given up 11 through-air touchdowns in addition to 192.1 yards per outing, which ranks them 26th in Division 1. The Lobos defense has participated in 657 games, which is good for 39th place in Division 1.

Who will win the Aztecs/Lobos college football game against the spread tonight?

Tony’s choice: Take the Aztecs -14.5

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