The Nevada Wolf Pack (+10) will clash with the Vanderbilt Commodores (-10) at Vanderbilt Stadium. SEC Network has the TV rights and this crucial daytime matchup is scheduled to get underway at 12:00 p.m. ET.
Betting Preview: Nevada Wolf Pack vs. Vanderbilt Commodores
The Wolf Pack come into this Saturday game as a noticeable underdog and they’re currently being given 10 points. In order to take the home favorite, moneyline bettors would currently need to put down $400 to win $100 back on the Commodores (-400). The Wolf Pack are getting +300 moneyline odds. Some solid live betting scenarios may present themselves during this showdown.
This game’s line opened at -8 but the sharp action has been siding with the Commodores,
The Wolf Pack are 1-0 against the spread (ATS) and have gained 0.0 units so far. The team has posted an O/U mark of 0-0.
The Commodores are up 1.0 unit for moneyline bettors this season. They’re 1-0 ATS and have an O/U record of 0-1.
The Wolf Pack are 1-0 straight up (SU) in 2018 while the Commodores are also 1-0 SU.
The Wolf Pack are looking to stay unbeaten following a 72-19 victory over Portland State last week. Ty Gangi completed 16 passes for 342 yards, three scores and one interception. Toa Taua (56 yards on eight rush attempts) led the running attack. Kaleb Fossum (six receptions, 139 yards) and McLane Mannix (four catches, 132 yards, three TDs) shared the receiving duties in the win.
Vanderbilt just got a 35-7 win over Middle Tennessee. Kyle Shurmur completed 10-of-17 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns. Jamauri Wakefield (56 yards on 10 rush attempts, one TD) handled the running game while Kalija Lipscomb (four receptions, 60 yards, one TD) and Jared Pinkney (three catches, 32 yards) led the receiving corps in the win.
Nevada Wolf Pack vs. Vanderbilt Commodores NCAA Prediction
SU Winner: Nevada, ATS Winner: Nevada
Team Betting Trends
- Both teams have yet to lose a fumble in 2018.
- The Wolf Pack O-line allowed 16 sacks last season. Their defense created 23 sacks.
- The Commodores O-line allowed 18 sacks last season. Their defense was able to sack opposing quarterbacks 22 times.
- The Wolf Pack created 12 rushing touchdowns last season.
- The Commodores put up 14 rushing touchdowns last season.
- The Wolf Pack registered 4.2 yards per carry last season while allowing 4.4 yards per rush attempt to opponents.
- The Commodores registered 3.7 yards per carry last season and gave up a YPC of 5.0 to opponents.
- The Wolf Pack converted 30 passing touchdowns last season.
- The Commodores produced 27 passing touchdowns last season.
- The Vanderbilt defensive unit has created six sacks on the year while Nevada has 4.