Free Week 10 Prediction: Bulldogs vs Tigers Odds
Week 10 College football betting sees the #20 Mississippi State Bulldogs taking on the Missouri Tigerson Thursday November 5th at Faurot Field, Columbia, Missouri. Cappers Picks provides complimentary handicapping picks all NCAA football season long so stay tuned for more FREE college football predictions.
#20 Mississippi State Bulldogs (6-2) vs. Missouri Tigers (4-4)
Date: Thursday Nov. 5th
Time: 9:00 PM
Venue: Faurot Field, Columbia, Missour
NCAA Football Spread: Mississippi State -7.5
NCAA Betting Total:43.5
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The #20 team in the nation hits the road for a huge conference battle as the Mississippi State Bulldogs take on the Missouri Tigers.
Both teams have major importance placed on this conference battle for various reasons.
For the Bulldogs, a win will continue to propel them up the ranks as they try to fight for a much better bowl game with an outside chance at a BCS game.
Missouri not only is trying to become bowl eligible, but with many tough SEC games left, this is their chance to steal a win.
The Bulldogs have finally found some offense to combine with their stellar defense as they have rattled off 3 in a row and will look for their 4th on Thursday.
With their 3 game winning streak, the Bulldogs now find themselves sneaking into the Top 25 in both the AP and BCS Playoff polls. They currently sit 20th in the AP Poll and 25th in the BCS Playoff.
The Bulldogs find themselves 3rd in the SEC in total offense with 445.1 yards per game and are led by QB Dak Prescott.
Prescott currently has thrown for 2048 yards to go along with 14 touchdowns. His biggest success and the reason for the Bulldogs success has been his ability to take care of the ball. Prescott has thrown for just 1 interception to those 14 touchdowns.
In his most recent outing against Kentucky, Prescott handled the Wildcats with ease. He finished with 6 total touchdowns as he torched the Wildcats both with his arm and legs.
While the Bulldogs are having no problem right now, the Tigers are simply a mess. Missouri has dropped 3 in a row after starting the season ranked in the Top 25.
The 3 game losing streak is Missouri’s longest since 2009 as they now sit at .500 at 4-4. Through their first 8 games, the Tigers sit just 2-6 ATS.
Things have gone from bad to worse to for Mizzou as QB Maty Mauk was suspended for the remainder of the season. Mauk’s reason for suspension still remains unknown, but the team did specify it was for violation of team rules. Mauk hadn’t played since Sept. 26th, but was allowed to practice.
With him out, the ball will be in the hands of freshman Drew Lock.
With the freshman calling the shots, expect a lot of pressure to be on the Missouri defense. That may be a good thing as they are the best scoring defense in the SEC with just 12.5 points against.
NCAA Football Handicapping Trends
- Bulldogs are 11-4 ATS in their last 15 games following a ATS win.
- Bulldogs are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 games after accumulating more than 450 total yards in their previous game.
- Bulldogs are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games overall.
- Tigers are 4-10 ATS in their last 14 home games vs. a team with a winning road record.
- Tigers are 2-6 ATS in their last 8 games overall.
Free Week 10 NCAA Football Prediction
This will be an interesting game to say the least. You get one of the best offenses in the conference against the best defense. Mississippi State will look to move quick and take some quick strikes down field, while the Tigers will try to control the clock and keep the ball out of Prescott’s hands.
4* Free NCAA Betting Pick: Missouri ATS
Lets assume the Tigers defense dominates here as they should have their shots to win this outright. At the very least, expect a low scoring, tight game throughout.
Week 10 Free Score Prediction: Mississippi State 20- Missouri 17
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