Sacramento State Hornets vs. Colorado State Rams Line, Odds and Betting Information | September 24

Media by Associated Press: Colorado State running back David Bailey (5) runs the ball during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Hawaii

The Colorado State Rams (0-3) play the FCS Sacramento State Hornets (2-0).

The Rams are underdogs, but by less than a touchdown (+4.5), versus the Hornets (with an over/under of 59.5 points).

Below you can find our betting primer for this this game between the Hornets and the Rams, and discover all of our predictions here, too!

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Sacramento State -4.5 vs. Colorado State

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Sacramento State vs. Colorado State betting lines

  • Spread Favorite: Hornets (-4.5)
  • Moneyline: Hornets (-193), Rams (+160)
  • Total: 59.5 Points

Sacramento State vs. Colorado State betting info and stats

  • Sacramento State’s record against the spread last year was 7-3-0.
  • Against the spread, Colorado State was 4-7-0 last year.
  • Colorado State did not lose ATS (2-0) as underdogs of 4.5 points or more last year.
  • Out of 11 Colorado State games last season, five went over the total.

Sacramento State vs. Colorado State Key Players

Sacramento State Hornets

  • Last season Jake Dunniway put up 2,576 passing yards (214.7 per game), a 63.2% completion percentage, 12 touchdowns, and five interceptions.
  • Last year, Asher O’Hara ran for 663 yards on 162 carries (55.3 yards per game) and scored nine times.
  • Cameron Skattebo churned out 520 yards on 57 carries (43.3 yards per game), with six rushing touchdowns last year.
  • Pierre Williams reeled in 50 catches for 764 yards (63.7 per game) while being targeted 65 times. He also scored three touchdowns.
  • Marshel Martin tacked on 649 yards on 53 grabs with six touchdowns. He was targeted 67 times, and averaged 54.1 receiving yards per game.
  • Jared Gipson’s stat line last season: 379 receiving yards, 20 catches, two touchdowns, on 26 targets.
  • Josiah Erickson did his thing last season with a huge stat line of nine sacks, two TFL and six tackles.
  • Taylor Powell went to work last year, collecting 16 tackles, one TFL, and 0.5 sacks.
  • Marte Mapu intercepted four passes last year while also totaling eight tackles and one TFL.

Colorado State Rams

  • Todd Centeio completed 60.3% of his passes to throw for 2,958 and 15 touchdowns last season. Centeio also contributed on the ground, collecting two touchdowns on 36.6 yards per game.
  • David Bailey averaged 62.7 rushing yards per game and collected nine rushing touchdowns.
  • Trey McBride averaged 93.4 yards on 7.5 receptions per game and compiled one receiving touchdown in 2021.
  • Dante Wright averaged 46.2 receiving yards on 5.5 targets per game in 2021, scoring three touchdowns.
  • Ty McCullouch averaged 34.6 receiving yards per game on 4.1 targets per game a season ago.
  • Scott Patchan proved to be a relentless defender last year, recording 11.5 sacks, 15 TFL and 58 tackles.
  • Cam’Ron Carter put together a great stat line last year, tallying 86 tackles, seven TFL, six sacks, and one interception.
  • A year ago Robert Floyd tallied 27 tackles and two passes defended as well as two interceptions.
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