- The San Diego State Aztecs have -140 odds to beat the UTSA Roadrunners.
- There is a 3-point spread in favor of SDSU.
FRISCO, Texas. – The 2021 Frisco Bowl will see a matchup between the San Diego State Aztecs and the University of Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners. The game will take place in Frisco, Texas at Toyota Stadium on Tuesday.
San Diego State Vs. UTSA Betting Odds
- SDSU -140
- UTSA +120
- Spread: SDSU -3
- Total: 49 Points
Can SDSU Hold Off A Streaking UTSA?
Online sportsbooks are slightly favoring the Aztecs to win being that they are coming out of the regular season inside of the top-25. However, that should not matter being that UTSA was inside of the top-25 and even the top-20 for the better part of the season.
What knocked the Roadrunners out was there first loss of the season on November 27th against North Texas. However, that is just one loss to their season as they finished 12-1.
Looking at SDSU, they finished with an impressive record as well at 11-2, but they could have lost a spark in the final week as they suffered a blowout loss to Utah State.
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UTSA could also cash their college football odds based on how they performed against the spread this year. The Roadrunners were one of the best teams against the spread this season after going 9-4 and covered the spread by an average of 3.8 points. They also won their games by 14.2 points each week.
SDSU, on the other hand, had a different outcome against the spread going 6-6-1. They have also struggled immensely lately having covered in just one of their last five games. It is also worth noting that SDSU’s last five wins have all come within single digits. This could be a sign that as the season has progressed, they have been slowing down.
Being that the Aztecs have seen a slight bump in the road, their odds could be in jeopardy as UTSA continues to thrive.
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