09 September, 2023
The Southern Miss Golden Eagles, who are 1-0 so far this year, take the field. The Golden Eagles defeated the Alcorn State Braves by a final score of 40-14 the last time they played on the field. The Golden Eagles’ top rusher was Rodrigues Clark, who made 9 tries for 54 yards (an average of 6.0 yards per attempt). Billy Wiles completed 21 of his 28 passes for 267 yards and 3 touchdowns. He finished the game with one pick and a QB rate of 183.3. The Golden Eagles gave up 182 yards on 29 attempts at the line of scrimmage, which works out to an average of 6.3 yards per run allowed. In total, Southern Miss allowed 5 pass completions on 14 attempts for a completion percentage of 35.7% and a total of 44 yards. They completed 69 plays in all, covering 441 yards. Averaging 3.8 yards per attempt, the Southern Miss Golden Eagles carried the football 38 times for a total of 145 yards.
For the season, the Golden Eagles have accrued 441 total yards. Southern Miss has scored one touchdown on the ground and three touchdowns in the air when it comes to scoring in the end zone. One ball has been given up by them. In terms of offensive first downs, Southern Miss has accounted for 25, and they have suffered from 5 penalties totaling 35 yards. They are ranked 69th in the US for offensive running game average of 145.0 yards. The Southern Miss Golden Eagles average 40.0 points per game in terms of scoring.
The Golden Eagles are allowing 44 yards in the air, which ranks them fourth in the country. They are giving up a pass completion rate of 35.7% and 44.0 yards per game. They have allowed 226.0 yards per game this season, ranking them 26th in the nation. They have yielded two scores on the run and no passing touchdowns. Teams are being permitted to gain 182.0 running yards each game on average this season, or 6.3 yards per attempt. They have given up 182 running yards through 1 game so far this season. When it comes to opponents’ scoring, the Golden Eagles are placed 49th in Division 1 after giving up 14.0 PPG.
The Seminoles had a perfect start to the season going into this contest. The Seminoles defeated the LSU Tigers by a final score of 45-24 when they last played on the field. Trey Benson carried the ball 12 times for 47 yards to help Florida State finish with an average of 3.9 yards per attempt. Jordan Travis (4 TDs) finished the game with 342 yards on 23 of his 31 passes for a quarterback rating of 203. He had an interception rate of 1, and he averaged 11.0 yards per attempt. Florida State gave up 113 yards on 27 rush attempts (4.2 yds per run). The Seminoles’ pass defense allowed 347 yards on 22 of 37 attempts for a completion rate of 59.5%. The Seminoles ran 66 plays for an average of 7.5 yards during the game, totaling 494 yards. Florida State finished with a total of 135 yards on 34 attempts, averaging 4.0 yards per attempt.
The Seminoles are rated 24th in Division 1 in terms of scoring offense, averaging 45.0 points per contest. The Florida State Seminoles are currently ranked 27th in Division 1 with a total of 494.0 yards per game. In terms of aiding the opposition, the Florida State offense has accrued 64 penalty yards on 7 infractions, which ranks 46th in Division 1. They have only thrown one interception, lost none of their fumbles, and gained 22 first downs.
The Seminoles are rated 80th in Division 1 for their 24.0 points allowed per game. For the season, Florida State has allowed a total of 113 yards and 2 rushing touchdowns. They have lost a total of 24 points. They are ranked 120th in the nation because they allow 347.0 yards and 1 passing touchdown per game. With 64 plays, the Seminoles defense is now ranked 53rd in college football. On the year, they have accrued one fumble and one pick.
Which team will cover the spread in tonight’s NCAA football match between the Golden Eagles and Seminoles?
Take the Seminoles at -31
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