Baylor Bears vs Kansas State Wildcats 10/05/2019 NCAAF Betting Picks
Posted by: Hilbert Mayer
Baylor Bears vs Kansas State Wildcats 10/05/2019- The Baylor Bears (4-0) are knocking on the doors of the Bill Snyder Family Stadium to engage the Kansas State Wildcats (3-1), with the latter pegged as an imminent favorite of online betting sites in this exciting match-up.
Baylor Bears vs Kansas State Wildcats 10/05/2019
In their last match-up, the Bears escaped narrowly from the jaws of defeat with a 23-21 score. John Lovett led the rushing department with 12 carries at 52 yards. The leader in the receiving department was Tyquan Thornton with an output of 11 catches at a total of 141 yards. QB Charlie Brewer isn’t getting left behind with 3 converted touchdowns made possible by 26/45 with 307 passing yards. The Bears are formidable with their 4-0 record and are going into this match-up with full confidence in each player’s abilities. After all, they have been hailed as having the best defensive lines, giving up only a measly 16.3 points per game. They’re a bit weak on air defense, having allowed opponents a throw completion rate of 57.4% They also have an average of 40.8 points scored per match, which makes them a force to be reckoned with.
Players to watch:Charlie Brewer QB 79 CMP 119 ATT 972 YDS 66.4 CMP% 8.2 AVG 50 LNG 10 TD 0 INT; John Lovett RB 34 ATT 238 YDS 7 AVG 38 LNG; Gerry Bohanon QB 14 ATT 176 YDS 12.6 AVG 38 LNG; Denzel Mims WR 24 REC 355 YDS 14.8 AVG 46 LNG; Tyquan Thornton WR 16 REC 236 YDS 14.8 AVG 44 LNG
Kansas State Wildcats
The Kansas State Wildcats are still recovering from their match-up with Oklahoma State Cowboys who dealt them a 26-13 loss. Nevertheless, the players still attempted to make the score, with QB Skylar Thompson going 11/23 and covering 118 air yards, but failed to convert these figures into touchdowns. James Gilbert was better news, tallying 1 touchdown with a long 18-yard run. He also did 12 carries for a total of 44 yards. Samuel Wheeler covered the receiving end with 2 receptions at 39 yards. The Wildcats completed 55 plays, adding up to a total of 244 yards covered and ran the ball 32 times. The Wildcats’ defense allowed a completion percentage of 64% and gave way to a total of 526 yards and 2 forced turnovers. The running game defense was also problematic, allowing the opponent a total of 373 yards on 44 attempts. Despite these figures, the Wildcats are still making other teams wary due to their strong ground game with 241.5 ground yards covered each game. However, they only scored an alarming 8 first downs with 8 penalties. They definitely need to improve on their discipline as a team in order to ensure a win.
Players to watch:Skylar Thompson QB 47 CMP 76 ATT 604 YDS 61.8 CMP% 7.9 AVG 39 LNG 4 TD 0 INT; James Gilbert RB 55 ATT 321 YDS 5.8 AVG 51 LNG; Jordon Brown RB 25 ATT 166 YDS 6.6 AVG 50 LNG; Dalton Schoen WR 10 REC 150 YDS 15 AVG 38 LNG; Malik Knowles WR 9 REC 137 YDS 15.2 AVG 34 LNG
Baylor Bears vs Kansas State Wildcats Betting Trends
Bears is 3-7 ATS in its last 10 games when playing Kansas State
Kansas State Wildcats
Wildcats is 7-3 ATS in its last 10 games when playing Baylor
Baylor Bears vs Kansas State Wildcats Betting Picks
The Wildcats are being picked out by top online sportsbook sites to triumph with a 31.7 versus 28.5 predicted scoreboard. The Wildcats will cover the spread with a total going over.