Texas State Bobcats vs. Houston Baptist Huskies Line, Odds and Betting Information | September 24

Media by Associated Press: Texas State Brady McBride during an NCAA football game on Saturday

The Texas State Bobcats (1-2) play an FCS opponent, the Houston Baptist Huskies (1-1).

The Bobcats are very heavy favorites (currently -26.5) in their game versus the Huskies, with the over/under being 65 points. (On the moneyline, the Bobcats are -5707 and the Huskies are +1540.)

Read on for our betting preview for this this contest between the Bobcats and the Huskies, and uncover all of our betting picks here, too!

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Texas State -26.5 vs. Houston Baptist

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Texas State vs. Houston Baptist betting lines

  • Spread Favorite: Bobcats (-26.5)
  • Moneyline: Bobcats (-5707), Huskies (+1540)
  • Total: 65 Points

Texas State vs. Houston Baptist betting info and stats

  • Texas State had seven wins in 12 games against the spread last season.
  • In 12 Texas State games last season, five hit the over.
  • Houston Baptist won just twice against the spread last year.

Texas State vs. Houston Baptist Key Players

Texas State Bobcats

  • Last year Brady McBride had 1,508 passing yards (125.7 per game), a 59.6% completion percentage, 12 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions. He also added 143 rushing yards on 77 carries with one rushing TD (averaging 11.9 rushing yards per game).
  • Last season Calvin Hill took 128 carries for 708 yards (59 per game) and scored three touchdowns.
  • Jahmyl Jeter ran for 383 yards on 90 carries (31.9 yards per game), with eight rushing touchdowns last year.
  • Javen Banks reeled in 36 catches for 545 yards (45.4 per game) while being targeted 63 times. He also scored five touchdowns.
  • Marcell Barbee also impressed receiving last season. He bagged 40 receptions for 524 yards and five touchdowns. He was targeted 72 times.
  • Trevis Graham Jr. hauled in 20 passes on 30 targets for 290 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 24.2 receiving yards per game.
  • Issiah Nixon’s hard work last season put up a stat line of four sacks, two TFL and 31 tackles.
  • Markeveon Coleman was a wrecking ball on the field, collecting 52 tackles last year.
  • Last season DeJordan Mask had a huge stat line of one interception, 29 tackles and one pass defended.

Houston Baptist Huskies

  • Orion Olivas threw for an average of 125.7 yards passing per outing and threw for six touchdowns last season.
  • Xzavier Ford racked up three rushing touchdowns on 18.1 yards per game last season.
  • Ean Beek ran for one touchdown on 162 yards a year ago.
  • Tyson Thompson was targeted 5.4 times per game and piled up 523 receiving yards and two touchdowns over the course of 2021.
  • Ismael Fuller averaged 26.6 receiving yards on 2.6 targets per game in 2021, scoring one touchdown.
  • Branden Walker averaged 24.7 receiving yards per game on 3.3 targets per game a season ago.
  • Segun Ijiyera proved to be a relentless defender last year, recording 2.5 sacks, 29 tackles and one pass defended.
  • Brennan Young had an impactful defensive performance last season with 10 tackles, two TFL, two sacks, and one interception.
  • A year ago Travis Greenawalt tallied 10 tackles, two TFL, two sacks, and one interception as well as one interception.
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