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ASU Sun Devils vs. WSU Cougars Week 10 Betting Predictions & Preview

Arizona St. vs Washington St. NCAA Football Odds

Few things get a home crowd going like a college football  game on Halloween night. Add a national television audience to the mix,  and that’s what you have when the Arizona State Sun Devils and Washington  State Cougars matchup up in Week 10.

Arizona State (5-2, 3-1 Pac-12) vs. Washington State  (4-4, 2-3 Pac-12)
Thursday, Oct. 31 10:30 PM ET @ Martin Stadium
Spread: Arizona State -11.5
O/U: 71.5

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Arizona State

The Arizona State Sun Devils have looked good all  season, as their only losses have come against the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal  and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish—a three-point loss. In their last  game, they took down the No. 20 Washington Huskies in grand fashion,  tallying 54 points to UW’s 24.

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Against Washington State, expect to see a battle between  two high-powered offenses. The Sun Devils are in the bottom half of  the FBS when it comes to points allowed (26.7 per game, 63rd in the country), but they’re sixth in scoring at 45.4 points per contest.

Like Washington State, ASU finds its offense through  the air. The team is just 56th in the nation in rushing,  but it more than makes up for it with 332 yards per game through the  air. That puts them at 14th in the FBS, due large in part  to quarterback Taylor Kelly (18 TD, 7 INT) and do-it-all skill player  Marion Grice.

Grice, the team’s leading rusher with 553 yards  and 12 touchdowns, is also the team’s leading receiver in terms of  scores. He has 33 receptions on the year (third on the roster) for six  touchdowns.

Defensively, this team can forget about defending  the run. Washington State hasn’t established it yet this season, and  it’s doubtful a new plan of attack will be put into play on Halloween  night. Plan for the pass, and ASU will be just fine. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

Washington State

Washington State’s rushing attack hasn’t been  just bad this season—it’s been non-existent. The team is pounding  the ground to the tune of just 58.4 yards per contest, which puts them  as the third-worst running team in the entire country.

Passing, on the other hand, is a completely different  story. Head coach Mike Leach’s air-raid attack has allowed this team  to become the sixth-best passing team in the country, as they collect  373.1 yards per game through the air.

Unfortunately, for Washington State, those yards aren’t  resulting in nearly as many points as the Sun Devils acquire week to  week. The Cougars are scoring 30.9 points per game, which puts them  at 57th in the nation.

Like the Sun Devils, WSU hasn’t played in a game  since Oct. 19. They’re coming off of a bye week, which is crucial  entering a Week-10 matchup. Unlike the Sun Devils, the Cougars were  rocked by the Oregon Ducks, similarly to how the Huskies were defeated  by ASU.

The home field will be ready to go come Thursday,  but unfortunately for the Washington State faithful, they’ll be getting  tricks, not treats on Halloween night..

Prediction: Arizona State 45 – Washington State  24

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