Auburn Tigers versus Kansas St Wildcats College Football Betting Preview

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An outstanding matchup is scheduled to kick of week four from college football on Thursday night September 18th as the Auburn Tigers pay a visit to the Kansas St Wildcats. The Tigers and Wildcats will get things started from Kansas St at 7:30PM Eastern Time with ESPN TV providing the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road side Auburn Tigers the -9 point wagering favorite.

Auburn will have the benefit of a bye week as they avoid that short preparation time by not scheduling a game last Saturday. The Tigers opened up the year by defeating the Arkansas Razorbacks on a neutral field 45-21. The Razorbacks are built to run the football and some felt that the Arkansas running game could allow the team to possess the football longer than the Tigers. But that did not occur because the Razorbacks had trouble sustaining drives as they go just 2 of 10 on third down so they were unable to keep that high octane Auburn offense off the field. We bring up that comparison because a lot of running is what the Tigers could face in this road game at Kansas St. The Wildcats are a perfect 2-0 on the year and too will have the benefit of a bye week as they host Auburn in this big game. In week two Kansas St opened up Big 12 conference play by traveling to face the Iowa St Cyclones. The Wildcats got off to a 13-0 lead and then they allowed 28 straight Iowa St points to fall behind 28-13 early in the second period. In a hostile environment the Kansas St defense held Iowa St scoreless in the second half and the team was able to overcome an eight point fourth quarter deficit by pushing across two unanswered fourth quarter touchdowns to escape Iowa St with the 32-28 victory as a -7 ½ point favorite. Wildcats quarterback Jake Waters is a run threat who led Kansas St in rushing in week two with 138 yards on the ground with two touchdowns.

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