- The Wyoming Cowboys are 3.0-point betting favorites over the Kent State Golden Flashes.
- Kent State returns with +135 odds as the underdog.
- The total has been set at 59.0 points with a -110 line on both sides.
BOISE, Idaho - The Kent State Golden Flashes and Wyoming Cowboys will square off in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Tuesday.
Wyoming finished the season with a 6-6 record and qualified for the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl along with the 7-6 Kent State. Online sportsbooks are favoring the Cowboys by a field goal in the meeting.
Wyoming vs Kent State Spread Odds
- Wyoming Cowboys -3.0 -115
- Kent State Golden Flashes +3.0 -105
Bettors who want to side with Wyoming may need to do so quickly before the line moves to 3.5 points as the shading on the line suggests.
The Cowboys are a rush-first team as they average nearly 30 more rushing yards than passing yards per game. The Golden Flashes’ defense isn’t very good, ranking 103 of 130 in FBS in rushing yards allowed per game.
Plus, Kent State had a negative scoring differential this season, showing they’re not as good as their 7-6 record would suggest.
USAOnlineSportsbooks.com provides you with the most current information regarding sports betting and fantasy with the help of commissions we receive from links you may click on our site.
Bettors who want to take a show on the underdog’s moneyline should take caution when doing so, but the price doesn’t return some solid value for a team that was likely more battle-tested throughout the season.
Wyoming vs Kent State Moneyline Odds
- Wyoming Cowboys -160
- Kent State Golden Flashes +135
Betting The Total: 59.0 Points
Wyoming is used to low-scoring games while Kent State is used to being in high-scoring affairs. College football betting sites seem to think the game will follow the Golden Flashes’ usual game script as the total is set rather high.
Wyoming vs Kent State Total Odds
- OVER 59.0 -110
- UNDER 59.0 -110
The Cowboys’ average total is just 45.7 points per game and they’re bound to chew clock throughout the game due to their aforementioned rushing attack. Wyoming runs the ball on 61.63% of their total plays, the 11th-highest in the NCAA. Kent State runs on 57.71% of their plays which ranks 29th in the country.
Expect the clock to be moving throughout the game with limited scoring opportunities for either side. The game is set to begin at 3:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday and will air on ESPN.
Nick got involved with the world of sports at a young age and never turned his back on it. He graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Broadcast/Journalism. In his free time, you can catch him at the bottom of the leaderboards on any video game he’s playing.