Duke Blue Devils vs Kansas Jayhawks 9/24/2022 – On Saturday noon, the Duke Blue Devils will be taking on the Kansas Jayhawks at David Booth Memorial Stadium for the week 4 of college football. The Duke Blue Devils are coming here after facing North Carolina in the previous game and managing to win with 29 points. The Kansas Jayhawks played Houston in the last week and won, keeping them undefeated in this season. The Kansas Jayhawks will be winning this game as predicted by the college football predictions today.
Duke Blue Devils vs Kansas Jayhawks 9/24/2022
|When:||Saturday, September 24, 12:00 PM ET|
|Where:||David Booth Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, Kansas|
|Blue Devils||+8 (-110)||64.5 o (-110)||+285|
|Jayhawks||-8 (-110)||64.5 u (-110)||-350|
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Duke Blue Devils
The Duke Blue Devils are coming here after winning only one game out of their last six played on the road and are yet to be defeated in this season. The Duke offense is led by Riley Leonard who has a pass completion percentage of 72.7 percent this season for 360 receiving yards along with 19 catches. On the ground, the Blue Devils are covering 205 yards in each game. On defense, the Duke Blue Devils are allowing their opponents to score 14.3 points in each game, along with 348 yards.
Players to watch: Riley Leonard QB (CMP 48, ATT 66, YDS 723, CMP% 72.7, AVG 11, LNG 81, TD 5, INT 2, SACK 2, SYL -19, RTG 183.7), Henry Belin IV QB (CMP 5, ATT 6, YDS 43, CMP% 83.3, AVG 7.2, LNG 18, TD 0, INT 0, SACK 1, SYL -9, RTG 143.5), Jaylen Coleman RB (ATT 29, YDS 177, AVG 6.1, LNG 20, TD 3), Jordan Waters RB (ATT 25, YDS 174, AVG 7, LNG 42, TD 2), Jalon Calhoun WR (REC 12, YDS 198, AVG 16.5, LNG 51, TD 0).
The Kansas Jayhawks have won only one game out of their last six played at home and are also coming undefeated to this game. The Kansas offense is led by Jalon Daniels who has a pass completion percentage of 67.1 percent in this game along with 566 yards and seven touchdowns. In their ground game, the Jayhawks are covering an average of 260 yards in each matchup. The Kansas defense is allowing opponents to score an average of 27.3 points in each game along with 379 yards.
Players to watch: Jalon Daniels QB (CMP 47, ATT 70, YDS 566, CMP% 67.1, AVG 8.1, LNG 60, TD 7, INT 1, SACK 0, SYL 0, RTG 165.2), Jason Bean QB (CMP 1, ATT 1, YDS 16, CMP% 100, AVG 16, LNG 16, TD 0, INT 0, SACK 0, SYL 0, RTG 234.4), Devin Neal RB (ATT 27, YDS 237, AVG 8.8, LNG 37, TD 3), Daniel Hishaw Jr. RB (ATT 28, YDS 204, AVG 7.3, LNG 80, TD 4), Lawrence Arnold WR (REC 10, YDS 110, AVG 11, LNG 21, TD 0).
Duke Blue Devils vs Kansas Jayhawks Betting Numbers
Duke Blue Devils
Duke are 2-7 ATS in their last 9 games.
Duke is 3-8 SU in their last 11 games.
Duke is 1-8 ATS in their last 9 games on the road.
Duke is 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games against an opponent in the Big 12 conference.
Duke is 6-0 SU in their last 6 games played in September.
Kansas is 6-0 ATS in their last 6 games.
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Kansas’ last 6 games.
Kansas is 5-15 SU in their last 20 games.
Kansas is 2-10 SU in their last 12 games at home.
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Kansas’ last 5 games against an opponent in the Atlantic Coast conference.
Duke Blue Devils vs Kansas Jayhawks Betting Picks
The Duke Blue Devils are definitely a very strong team and are coming here, yet to face a defeat in this season. However, the Kansas Jayhawks will be winning this matchup with a final score of 37-21 as per the recent NCAAF betting trends.