The Horned Frogs (5-1 SU, 4-1 ATS) are coming off of a 41-7 whipping of San Diego State at home. The 34 point margin easily covered the NCAA line of 25 points for the game. The Rams are coming off of an impressive 41-28 win against UNLV last week as a slight home favorite.
The Horned Frogs were yet again solid defensively this last week and have only had more than 14 points scored on them by #1 Oklahoma so far this season. The TCU defense held the Aztecs to a measly four first downs and 85 total yards in the win.
The TCU running attack was pretty amazing as well, carrying the ball 71 times for 383 yards and holding the ball for 43:29, an absolutely ridiculous time of possession advantage. The Horned Frogs have now covered seven of their last nine games for college football gamblers against the final college football wagering odds.
Even though the Rams (3-2 SU, 2-2 ATS) have not beaten TCU since 1998, they made this their homecoming game so they will have some extra motivation to go out and take care of HC Gary Patterson’s club.
Last week, the Ram offense amassed 510 total yards in their win led by RB Gartrell Johnson with his 191 yard rushing performance accompanied with three touchdowns. The Rams have covered their last four home games per the NCAA gambling odds and will look to do that again this week.
Bettors who wager on NCAA football games to go under the ‘total’ will also be interested to note that three of the Rams four games have gone under the posted ‘total’ so far this season. Sports-Gambling.com Sportsbook currently has the college football gambling line for this game with TCU as 15-point road favorites and a ‘total’ of 48.5 points.
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