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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 11/10/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
MISSISSIPPI ST
 
ALABAMA
+22  

-22  


51
 
0
Final
24

MISSISSIPPI ST (6 - 3) at ALABAMA (9 - 0)
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Week 11 Saturday, 11/10/2018 3:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
181MISSISSIPPI ST51.552
182ALABAMA-24-22.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
MISSISSIPPI ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games6-3-4.66-31-729.117.1417.8(6.5)0.912.35.0278.7(4.3)1.1
Road Games1-2-41-20-313.79.0333.0(5.3)2.019.06.7250.7(4)1.0
Last 3 Games2-102-10-325.313.7392.0(6.6)1.311.77.7256.7(3.8)1.0
Grass Games5-2-1.65-21-532.018.6431.6(6.7)0.910.45.0285.0(4.3)1.1
Conference Games2-3-5.62-30-513.47.2293.0(4.8)1.216.46.6298.6(4.6)1.2
MISSISSIPPI ST - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)29.117.120.230:3338-231(6)13-2649.8%187(7.2)64-418(6.5)(14.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.914.52029:1736-160(4.5)17-3154.9%236(7.5)67-396(5.9)(14.7)
Offense Road Games13.79.016.729:1735-214(6.2)12-2842.2%119(4.3)62-333(5.3)(24.4)
Defense (All Games)12.35.016.429:2734-111(3.3)17-3153.4%167(5.4)65-279(4.3)(22.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.913.420.131:4140-168(4.3)17-3056.0%204(6.9)69-372(5.4)(14.9)
Defense Road Games19.06.716.730:4342-151(3.6)11-2152.4%100(4.8)63-251(4)(13.2)

ALABAMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games9-0+16-36-351.336.2565.6(8.2)0.814.16.4295.4(4.6)2.0
Home Games4-002-23-149.237.5573.7(8.5)0.513.55.7321.0(4.7)2.0
Last 3 Games3-0+13-01-242.029.3561.7(7.4)1.010.38.0222.0(3.8)1.7
Grass Games7-0+15-24-349.436.7561.7(7.9)0.911.76.3283.7(4.4)1.9
Conference Games6-0+14-23-349.734.8560.7(8)0.815.39.7285.3(4.5)2.2
ALABAMA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)51.336.226.031:1941-224(5.5)19-2868.1%342(12.1)69-566(8.2)(11)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.116.220.429:1538-176(4.6)18-3059.3%233(7.9)68-410(6.1)(13.6)
Offense Home Games49.237.525.230:2241-210(5.1)19-2771.3%364(13.5)68-574(8.5)(11.6)
Defense (All Games)14.16.416.228:4131-102(3.3)17-3451.0%193(5.8)65-295(4.6)(20.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.516.121.831:4239-174(4.5)19-3260.0%249(7.7)71-424(6)(14.3)
Defense Home Games13.55.717.229:3833-143(4.3)17-3548.9%178(5)68-321(4.7)(23.8)
Average power rating of opponents played: MISSISSIPPI ST 35.7,  ALABAMA 36.8
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
MISSISSIPPI ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/15/2018LA LAFAYETTE56-10W-34.5W63O47-33116-24-276126-6523-34-2451
9/22/2018@ KENTUCKY7-28L-10L56U28-5616-32-145147-2298-14-711
9/29/2018FLORIDA6-13L-7L52U32-10411-26-98034-11823-32-2391
10/6/2018AUBURN23-9W3W45U57-3499-17-69121-9019-38-2142
10/20/2018@ LSU3-19L6.5L45U37-2018-24-59444-11016-28-1291
10/27/2018TEXAS A&M28-13W-1W42.5U31-14314-22-241022-6123-46-2321
11/3/2018LOUISIANA TECH45-3W-23W48.5U36-28917-29-243032-14014-31-981
11/10/2018@ ALABAMA            
11/17/2018ARKANSAS            
11/22/2018@ OLE MISS            

ALABAMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/15/2018@ OLE MISS62-7W-21W70.5U44-21019-28-306237-1157-22-1333
9/22/2018TEXAS A&M45-23W-23.5L58.5O28-10925-33-415028-13023-44-2632
9/29/2018LA LAFAYETTE56-14W-48L69O46-26813-16-340038-20011-20-882
10/6/2018@ ARKANSAS65-31W-34.5L58.5O41-24614-18-393031-17226-40-2333
10/13/2018MISSOURI39-10W-28W72U45-18419-30-380135-7013-26-1423
10/20/2018@ TENNESSEE58-21W-29W58O42-21821-32-327130-3114-25-2271
11/3/2018@ LSU29-0W-13.5W51.5U37-28125-42-295125-1218-35-1841
11/10/2018MISSISSIPPI ST            
11/17/2018THE CITADEL            
11/24/2018AUBURN            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
MISSISSIPPI ST: The Bulldogs lost coach Dan Mullen to Florida, but they bring back 17 starters'none more important than quarterback Nick Fitzgerald. There was some Heisman buzz around the dual-threat QB early last season; a hard-to-watch injury ended his season against in-state rival Ole Miss. With Aeris Williams rumbling in the backfield, defenses will have a tough time keeping State honest. On defense, new coordinator Bob Shoop leads an improving unit. As always in the West, the schedule is a gauntlet, but new head coach Joe Moorhead, who was offensive coordinator at Penn State, knows a thing or two about life in an elite division.
ALABAMA: How the West Was Won, starring Nick Saban. Bama is the choice to win the West, even if it returns just 11 total starters. Nick Saban's crew simply reloads, with yet another cache of future NFL first-round picks on both sides of the ball. At QB, the Tide will start either Jalen Hurts or Tua Tagovailoa; both have shown game-altering ability under pressure. Wideouts Jerry Jeudy and DeVonta Smith'who caught Tagovailoa's overtime strike to win the National Championship'will replace Calvin Ridley, while running back Damien Harris remains the workhorse back. There are more questions on defense, which lost Minkah Fitzpatrick, Daron Payne and Rashaan Evans to the NFL. But this is a golden era of Alabama football, and while the Crimson Tide may occasionally stumble, there's no reason to pick against them as West champions yet again.
PREVIEW
No. 1 Alabama worries about itself, No. 16 Mississippi State
 

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- It goes without saying that Alabama is riding high.

It is undefeated (9-0, 6-0 SEC), is coming off a 29-0 victory at No. 7 LSU and is ranked No. 1 in the College Football Playoff rankings.

You know the old football about if it looks like a trap game, and feels like a trap game, it might be a trap game.

Even though Mississippi State is ranked No. 16, the Bulldogs have the advantage of coming off a win against Louisiana Tech while Alabama is always a little beat up after facing LSU. Moreover, the Crimson Tide has its annual rivalry showdown with Auburn looming in addition to having already clinched a spot in the SEC Championship Game against Georgia.

"Moving forward, the battle gets very internal in terms of putting the last game behind you and looking forward to the challenges and the test of the future, so you can't really be complacent or satisfied," Alabama coach Nick Saban said.

"We need to put that behind us and get ready for the next team, Mississippi State, which is a very good team.

"They're 6-3, they have one of the top defensive teams in the country. Really good front. Really good pass efficiency defense. Hard to run against. One of the top defensive teams in the country."

One thing that will work in Saban's favor in trying to avoid a letdown is that Alabama nearly lost this game a year ago.

The teams were nearly in the same situation only the Crimson Tide was No. 2, when Jalen Hurts arguably had his finest moment as a starting quarterback in 2017. He connected with Calvin Ridley on third-and-15 and then DeVonta Smith for a 26-yard touchdown pass with 25 seconds remaining as Alabama survived 31-24.

"It was tough," Crimson Tide senior running back Damien Harris said. "Very hostile environment. Playing a tough team; good on offense, defense and special teams.

"They do a lot of things that gave us issues. I remember that being a game I didn't really know if we were going to be able to pull that out."

Mississippi State quarterback Nick Fitzgerald was 13-for-24 for 158 yards and ran for 66 yards and a touchdown.

But this time the game will be at Bryant-Denny Stadium, where Alabama hasn't played since Oct. 13, and the Crimson Tide has the Heisman Trophy frontrunner at quarterback in sophomore Tua Tagovailoa.

"I hope we are able to make it difficult on him," Mississippi State coach Joe Moorhead said. "I think they are up near 550 yards per game in total offense and over 50 points.

"Great players like (Tagovailoa), I call them game wreckers, because they can take the games over by themselves. I don't know that it is ever necessarily a matter of stopping them, as it is neutralizing them or containing them. That is our hope with him."

Tagovailoa has been slowed somewhat by a knee injury, but Alabama's running game has improved of late and the defense has started looking as good as the Crimson Tide offense. LSU was limited to 12 rushing yards on 25 carries and it was only the fourth time in 25 years that the Tigers were shut out at Tiger Stadium.

Alabama has also won the last 10 meetings against the Bulldogs.

So either Mississippi State (6-2, 2-3 SEC) is hitting Alabama at the right time, or it just may be that there is no right time to play the Crimson Tide this season.

"I don't think there is enough time in the press conference or ink in the printer to go through all of his superlatives," Moorhead said about Saban. "Obviously, the best head coach in college football right now and arguably one of the best of all time."

He added: "They're the gold standard of the league. They've done it the best for the longest time."


Last Updated: 11/15/2018 4:16:32 AM EST


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