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Louisville Cardinals vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights CFB Preview & Free Pick

Cardinals vs Scarlet Knights NCAA Football Spread/Handicapping

The Big East is down this year with no teams ranked in the top 25, but still the winner of this game will bag a BCS bowl berth.

Venue/ Stadium: High Point Solutions Stadium, PISCATAWAY, NJ
Time/Date: 7:30 PM EST Thursday, November 29, 2012
NCAAF Odds From: TopBet.eu
Moneyline: OFF
Spread: Rutgers -3
Over/Under:  43.5

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Louisville Cardinals vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights Preview

Louisville was ranked a couple of weeks back, but they have lost their last 2 games and Rutgers is also coming off a loss. NCAAF lines have Rutgers as a 3-point favorite with a total of 43.5.

In their last game Louisville lost a tough game to UCONN 23-20 in 3 OT and Rutgers struggled, big time, in their 27-6 loss to Pittsburgh.

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This season Rutgers is 7-4 ATS with an Over/Under record of 6-4 with Louisville at 4-7 ATS and they have an Over/Under record of 3-7.

The Scarlet Knights have a great defense, ranked 4th in the country, but they did not play good D in the loss to Pitt. QB Teddy Bridgewater leads the Cardinals’ offense and he has a solid big play receiver in DeVante Parker, who is 6’3″ and has nearly 700 receiving yards with 8 TD. If Rutgers can keep him from making the big play down the field they will be in good shape.

Louisville lead RB Jeremy Wright has not played well in the Cardinals’ 2 game losing streak and with Senorise Perry lost for the season with an injury he will have to man the rushing attack. He will be facing a Scarlet Knights’ run defense that ranks a solid 11th in the nation. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

Rutgers does not have a dynamic offense ranking 90th in the country in passing offense and 96th in rushing offense. QB Gary Nova has to avoid the turnover and while he does not have a great WR corps he has to avoid the big mistake, which he has not done lately with 4 INT in his last 3 games. The strength of the Louisville D is their pass defense that ranks 14th in the nation.

Rutgers RB Savon Huggins has got most of the action lately in the backfield even though Jawan Jamison is the lead rusher with over 1,000 yards on the ground. Louisville gave up nearly 149 rushing yards in the loss to Connecticut in their last game and they have to play good run D in this game.

In some betting trends for this Big East match up Louisville is only 1-4 in their last 5 road games, 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games following a S.U. loss, and in their last 8 road games they have an Over record of 6-2.

In their last 7 home games Rutgers has an ATS record of 5-2 and in their last 6 home games the total has gone Over 5 times.

Jason’s Pick: Have to go with Rutgers in this game simply because they are at home and they have a much better defense.


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