San Diego St Aztecs vs. Ohio Bobcats College Football Betting Preview

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The San Diego St Aztecs will battle Ohio Bobcats in the Frisco Bowl NCAA college football game on Wednesday December 19th. The Aztecs and Bobcats will get things started from Frisco Texas at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has 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 Ohio Bobcats favored by -2 ½ points with the total set 53 ½ points.

San Diego St expected better than a 7-5 record on the season. Team had a notable home win to Arizona St and had won six of their first seven games. But injuries at the running back position and the Aztecs lost three straight and four of five games to close the year. A bad loss came back on November 10th to a down UNLV team 27-24. San Diego St had trouble moving the football in 2018. Despite an experienced offensive line, the team averaged only 4.0 yards rushing per game. Defense was still sound with the San Diego St program with the team allowing 327.4 yards per game. Quarterback play was very poor. Junior Ryan Agnew a first year starter in 2018 completed only 52.3% of his passes for 1525 yards. This program has been promoting running backs into the NFL in recent seasons. Junior James Washington had 180 carries for 870 yards but missed the entire month of October to injury. After rushing for 8 yards per carry as a freshman, 6 yards per run as a junior he netted 4.8 this season.

Ohio from the MAC conference concluded play at 8-4 overall. Like most seasons the Bobcats played their best football down the stretch as they won two straight and five of their final six games. They are a very good offensive team that generates 470.8 yards and 41.2 points per game. Defensively the team is strong against the run holding opponents to 135 yards per rush. Quarterback Nathan Rourke completed 61.3% of his passes for 22 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He closed the season with eight touchdowns and two interceptions in his final four games.

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