Wyoming (3-0) is going to trash UConn (0-4) on the road.
Get this: the Huskies have been outscored by an average of 41.7 points per game (worst in FBS) and can’t do anything offensively, averaging 7.0 points scored.
Here’s how UConn has fared so far this season: 45-0 loss at Fresno State, 38-28 loss to Holy Cross, 49-0 loss to Purdue, 52-21 loss at Army.
In the loss at West Point, they trailed 42-0 at halftime.
Yes, against Army.
Wyoming enters this game with a perfect record and just put up 50 points and then 45 points in back-to-back games. Expect huge outings from quarterback Sean Chambers, running back Xazavian Valladay and wideout Isaiah Neyor en route to a blowout win.
UConn is a turnstile on defense and can’t make anything happen when they have the ball. As a Huskies fan, trust me, this is an easy bet.
This might be the most confusing line of the week.
Sure, Tulsa (0-3) is off to a winless start, but they lost by two points to UC Davis, 5 points at Oklahoma State and 21 points at Ohio State. In other words, they nearly pulled off the upset against the Cowboys and kept the game reasonable against the Buckeyes, both Power 5 schools.
They should steamroll Arkansas State (1-2), who has allowed an FBS-worst 53.5 total points and 639.0 yards per game. They’re the only team out of 130 to allow over 595.5 total yards per contest.
The Red Wolves allowed 55 points to Memphis and then 52 to Washington in back-to-back games and even allowed 21 to Central Arkansas in their first game of the year.
Expect the Golden Hurricane to earn their first win of the year with little trouble.
Another year, another perfect start for #15 BYU (3-0).
The Cougars earned three-straight quality wins over Pac-12 opponents, beating Arizona on the road (24-16), Utah at home (26-17) and Arizona State at home (27-17). Now, they’ll get an easy matchup at home.
USF (1-2) has been outscored by an average of 33.5 points per game, which ranks 124th out of 130 Division I schools.
South Florida lost 45-0 on the road at NC State in their season-opener, fell 42-20 at home to #11 Florida and are coming off of a 38-17 win against Florida A&M.
Expect BYU running back Tyler Allgeier (65 carries, 265 yards, 2 TD) to have a huge outing on the ground in the Cougars’ run-first offensive attack.
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