Fresno State Vs New Mexico
Fresno State Vs New Mexico College Football Preview
In Week 11 of the college football season, the Fresno State Bulldogs will take on the New Mexico Lobos. The game is scheduled to tip off at 7 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on Stadium. The Bulldogs are looking to stay ranked against the Lobos, while the Lobos are looking to bounce back from a loss to the Wyoming Cowboys three weeks ago.
Fresno State is 6-0 ATS in its last five games. The Aggies are 8-3 ATS when they’ve beaten teams with a higher total than their opponents. The Aggies are ranked third in scoring defense in the country. They allow an average of 57.4 points per game. If Fresno State beats New Mexico, it will cover the spread by 10.5 points.
Fresno State is averaging 16.2 yards per play. In its last five games, the Aggies have allowed 73.5 points. This means Fresno State must score at least 73 points to win this game. If the Aggies lose this game, they will have lost four straight.
Fresno State’s first drive was a success. The Aggies went 52 yards on 11 plays. They added one point on a 2-point conversion attempt, but Fresno State’s kicker missed it. The Aggies punted on their next possession. The second drive ended in a Fresno State punt, and a rushing play by quarterback Jake Haener on 3rd-and-16 was incomplete.
Fresno State is a big favorite for this game. The Aggies are 7-1 under Justin Hutson. Fresno State has won four of the last five meetings with New Mexico. Fresno State is looking to bounce back from its loss to Boise State.
In this game, the Aggies need to contain UNLV’s top-ranked running back, Jordan Robinson. The Bulldogs have trouble guarding the three-point line and have struggled in fast-paced games. Having a reliable number two scorer will help them in a fast-paced game.
The Fresno State Bulldogs are looking for their third 10 win in five seasons. UTEP’s goal is to win their first bowl game in 54 years. Kickoff is scheduled for 11:15 a.m. PT and will be broadcast on ESPN. This game will be called by Ari Wolfe and will be analyzed by JJ Raterink.
The Lobos average 74.5 points per game, but they allow 75.7 points per game. Jamal Mashburn Jr. averages 17.9 points and 2.8 rebounds. Jaelen House adds 3.1 rebounds per game. Jemarl Baker is another key player for the Lobos.