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Week 11: Aggies vs Cowboys Pick

NCAA Football Week 11 betting action sees the Utah State Aggies taking on the Wyoming Cowboys on Friday November 7th at War Memorial Stadium. Cappers Picks provides free college football handicapping tips all season long.

Utah State head coach Matt Wells is quick to tell you how much moxie his team has.

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Utah St. vs Wyoming
Date/Time: Friday, Nov. 7 2014, 8 pm EST
Venue: War Memorial Stadium, Laramie WY
Broadcast: ESPN2
Utah State, Wyoming (no odds yet listed)
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Though the Aggies are 6-3 so far, that confidence is reflected in a defense that flirts with Top 25 status in the Bowl Subdivision. The home team Cowboys are looking to poke holes in that claim on Friday night.

At 4-5, the Wyoming Cowboys have been the walking definition of mediocrity. They are coming off a nice win over the now Derek Carr-less Fresno State Bulldogs last week, but have been cannon fodder for major conference teams (Oregon, Michigan State). The Cowboys haven’t been an especially tough draw.

The visiting Aggies will be confident in their ability to capitalize on that, particularly with junior WR Hunter Sharp. Sharp contends for the Mountain West lead in receptions (49) receiving yards (791) and TDs (seven). He’s been a lethal weapon for Aggies QBs Darell Garretson and Chuckie Keeton.

The Utah State football program – long a laughingstock in the mid-major conferences – reached its zenith under former head coach (and current Wisconsin head man) Gary Andersen a few years ago.

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Yet, the Aggies fight to remain relevant in a competitive Mountain West Conference.

Utah State is tied with Boise State with a 3-1 conference record in the Mountain division, a road win would help it keep pace with the Broncos and the division-leading Colorado State Rams.

Sure, the Aggies were target practice for Tennessee earlier in the year (losing 38-7 in Week 1) but they have a nice victory against BYU and got the heavy lifting on the schedule out of the way.

If Utah State beat Wyoming, it should have a string of wins leading up to the final regular season game on Nov. 29, on the “Smurf Turf” of Boise State.

For Wyoming to pull an upset, it needs senior QB Colby Kirkegaard to supplement the strong running of freshman RB Brian Hill (starter Shaun Wick is out with a broken hand). Hill already has 452 rush yards and four majors on his maiden campaign.

The Wyoming defense has put forth some inspired performances this season, but when they are not on form, the team’s goose is cooked. The Cowboys’ offense is not dangerous enough to top opponents in a shootout.

Essentially, if Sharp can victimize an unimpressive Wyoming secondary, the Aggies should be putting points on the board. If that’s happening, it is a safe bet that Utah State will come into Laramie on Friday night and wrest a victory from the Cowboys.

Free 4* Play: Utah State 38, Wyoming 17

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