On Friday evening, the UTSA Roadrunners will face the Army Black Knights in a Week 3 showdown. After losing in Week 1, each of these clubs won in Week 2. The Roadrunners defeated Texas State 20-13. Army is coming off a 57-0 shutout victory against Delaware State on the other side of the pitch. This season, Army is 1-1 against the spread, while UTSA is 0-2 ATS.
The game will begin at 7 p.m. ET from the Alamodome in San Antonio. According to SportsLine consensus, the Roadrunners are 8-point favourites against the Army. The over/under for total points scored is 43. Before making any Army vs. UTSA predictions, be sure to check out SportsLine’s proven computer simulation model’s college football predictions and betting recommendations.
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The algorithm is now focused on Army vs. UTSA and has just given its choices and forecasts. You can view the model’s choices on SportsLine right now. Here are some UTSA vs. Army college football odds and trends:
• Army vs. UTSA betting line: Roadrunners -8
•Army vs. UTSA total: 43 points
•Money line for Army vs. UTSA: Roadrunners -324, Black Knights +253.
•UTSA: UTSA has gone under in eight of its previous 13 games.
• ARMY: Army has gone under in three of its past four away games.
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Why can the Army provide protection?
In the first two games of the season, Army’s defence has been strong. So far, the Black Knights have only allowed 8.5 points and 258 total yards per game. In the centre of the field, they have athletic and effective linebackers. Leo Lowin, a senior linebacker, has excellent instincts and awareness for analysing plays. Lowin leads the team in total tackles (10) and has a forced fumble.
Spencer Jones, a senior linebacker, is another nimble defender with exceptional downhill speed. Jones has a total of ten stops. Jimmy Ciarlo, a senior linebacker, has the ability to push the pocket and generate pressure. Ciarlo has nine total tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, and two sacks this season. He had a sack in back-to-back games. Check out which team to choose here.
Why can UTSA provide coverage?
On all three levels, UTSA’s defence features game changers. They have allowed 288 total yards and just 66 running yards in two games. Because of their effective and persistent rushers, the pass rush has the capacity to constantly produce pressure. Trey Moore, a sophomore linebacker, gets into the backfield with ease because to his agility and forceful hands.
Moore has the most tackles (12) and sacks (4) on the team. In his last game, the Texas native had seven total tackles and three sacks. Nick Booker-Brown, a junior defensive lineman, possesses excellent instincts and a rapid burst. Booker-Brown’s nonstop motor enables him to give his best every time he steps on the pitch. With three total tackles, the Texas native is second on the team in sacks (1.5). Check out which team to choose here.
How to Choose Between Army and UTSA
The point total is favoured by SportsLine’s model, which predicts the sides will score 55 points combined. According to the model, one side of the spread has all of the value. SportsLine is the only place where you can view the model’s selection.