See our analysis and prediction for the Washington State vs. Washington matchup for week 13 to learn who we think will prevail and cover in Seattle.
- Each game, the Washington State defense allows 28.5 points to be scored.
- Washington ranks 25th with a passing completion rate of 66.4%.
WASHINGTON STATE VS WASHINGTON PREVIEW
On Saturday, November 25, the Washington State Cougars and Washington Huskies will square off at 4:00. Seattle, Washington’s Husky Stadium will host this game. FOX is winning the game.In this Pac-12 game, the Huskies are favored at home by 17 points. Can they cover the spread and win at home?
WASHINGTON STATE VS. WASHINGTON MATCHUP AT A GLANCE
- Sport: College Football
- Teams: Washington Huskies vs. Washington State Cougars
- Where: Husky Stadium in Seattle
- Date: November 25, Saturday
WASHINGTON STATE PREVIEW: WHAT’S NEXT FOR WASHINGTON STATE AFTER A LOSS?
Washington State has a 5-6 overall record going into this match. They won 56-14 against Colorado in their most recent game. Washington State has been the underdog in five games thus far and the favorite in five. An average scoring difference of +4.2 and an ATS record of 5-5 have resulted from this. The average over/under for Washington State’s games over the past 11 games has been 57.4 points. These games have had an average total score of 61.1 points, giving OU a 6-4 record.
In the end, the Cougars attempted 33 passes against Colorado, gaining 342 yards and two touchdowns. They scored three touchdowns on the ground while averaging 4.4 yards per carry in the running game. QB Cameron Ward gained 27 running yards and two rushing touchdowns in the victory over Colorado. He completed 60.0% of his throws for 288 yards in the passing game, good for a passer rating of 114.31.
In terms of defense, Washington State gave up 255 yards to Colorado. This entails surrendering 164 throwing yards and 91 permitted on-the-ground yards. The Washington State defense, which is ranked 77th in terms of passing yards allowed per game, is getting ready to play Washington. When playing the Cougars, opponents attempt 33.3 passes on average each game. They rank 120th in college football due to their opponents’ 28.5 points allowed per game. In the NCAA, their run defense is ranked 93rd.
WASHINGTON PREVIEW: WILL WASHINGTON BOUNCE BACK FROM A LOSS?
In anticipation of their matchup with Washington State this coming week, the Washington Huskies maintain their pristine 11-0 record. They triumphed 22–20 over Oregon State in their most recent match. The Huskies have been the favorite in ten games and the underdog in one coming into this week’s game against Washington State. They have a 5-5-1 ATS record going into the match. The over/under for Washington’s games this season has averaged 61.8 points. When they play this week, the Huskies have an over/under record of 6-5.
Against Oregon State, the Huskies passed the ball 28 times for 162 yards and two touchdowns in the passing game. They finished with one rushing touchdown while averaging 5.5 yards per carry on the ground. Against Oregon State, Michael Penix Jr. found the end zone in a number of ways. He not only ran for one score but also threw for 162 yards and two touchdowns.
Against Oregon State, Washington’s defense gave up 357 yards in total by the end of the game. Against Washington, Oregon State passed the ball 33 times for 169 yards. The Huskies allowed 188 running yards while they were on the ground. The Washington defense ranked 88th in the nation in points allowed, surrendering 23.2 points per game, going into their game against Washington State. 154th in the nation, opponents’ average passing yardage per game has been 260.5 so far. Their 145.2 running yards allowed against the run puts them in 71st place among college football teams.
WASHINGTON STATE VS WASHINGTON BETTING ODDS, TRENDS & ANALYSIS
The most recent match between the two teams saw Washington defeat Washington State 51-33. Washington’s defense played well against Washington State’s rushing attack, giving up just 75 yards on the ground, while the offense amassed 703 yards of total offense.
Thus far, there have been few alterations to the point spreads. With a payout of -111 and a spread of 17 points, Washington presently has the lead over Washington State, which is at +17 (-110). With a moneyline payout of -870, Washington is now assigned a 90% chance of winning based on the moneyline odds. On the other hand, the Cougars have an implied win percentage of 15% at a moneyline of +566.
KEY BETTING TRENDS
- In their previous five road games, Washington State has a 2-3 record against the spread.
- In their last three home games, Washington has a 2-1 record against the spread.
- In their past three games as underdogs, Washington had a 3-0 record.
- In their previous ten games as the favorite, Washington State has a record of 6-4.
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