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CFB : ATS Matchup
Friday 11/16/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
BOISE ST
 
NEW MEXICO
-22  

+22  


61.5
 
45
Final
14

BOISE ST (8 - 2) at NEW MEXICO (3 - 7)
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Week 12 Friday, 11/16/2018 9:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
317BOISE ST-21.5-20
318NEW MEXICO62.562.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
BOISE ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games8-2-0.65-45-436.621.1466.6(6.2)1.223.010.5365.4(5.8)1.7
Road Games4-1+2.82-23-138.022.2474.4(6.2)1.228.613.8385.4(5.9)1.6
Last 3 Games3-0+3.11-11-231.015.0435.0(6.1)1.023.714.7407.0(6.2)1.0
Turf Games8-2-0.65-45-436.621.1466.6(6.2)1.223.010.5365.4(5.8)1.7
Conference Games5-1-1.43-23-234.319.0448.5(5.9)1.323.812.5378.3(6.1)1.5
BOISE ST - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)36.621.124.232:1938-153(4)25-3768.9%314(8.5)75-467(6.2)(12.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.613.82029:2538-158(4.2)19-3161.7%233(7.5)69-391(5.7)(14.2)
Offense Road Games38.022.223.631:3436-127(3.5)28-4068.7%348(8.6)76-474(6.2)(12.5)
Defense (All Games)23.010.518.527:1234-126(3.7)18-2963.3%239(8.3)63-365(5.8)(15.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.28.614.920.731:3340-177(4.5)18-3060.7%225(7.6)69-402(5.8)(14)
Defense Road Games28.613.819.427:2936-133(3.7)18-2962.1%252(8.7)65-385(5.9)(13.5)

NEW MEXICO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games3-7-4.64-67-230.214.4363.0(5.3)2.235.820.3482.0(6.4)2.1
Home Games1-3-51-32-133.715.5424.2(5.8)2.037.722.2492.0(6.5)1.5
Last 3 Games0-3-31-23-022.010.7246.0(4.1)2.744.726.7576.0(7.5)3.0
Turf Games3-7-4.64-67-230.214.4363.0(5.3)2.235.820.3482.0(6.4)2.1
Conference Games1-5-2.62-44-223.511.8305.7(4.8)1.834.319.7458.3(6.1)1.8
NEW MEXICO - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)30.214.418.927:4043-163(3.8)14-2655.3%200(7.8)68-363(5.3)(12)
Opponents Defensive Avg.32.116.421.430:2441-181(4.4)18-3158.6%244(8)72-426(5.9)(13.3)
Offense Home Games33.715.521.527:5843-195(4.5)15-2950.8%229(7.8)73-424(5.8)(12.6)
Defense (All Games)35.820.323.332:1744-201(4.6)19-3258.9%281(8.8)76-482(6.4)(13.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.30.915.92130:4340-186(4.7)19-3258.4%234(7.3)72-421(5.9)(13.6)
Defense Home Games37.722.222.032:0240-163(4.1)21-3558.9%328(9.3)75-492(6.5)(13)
Average power rating of opponents played: BOISE ST 32.8,  NEW MEXICO 27.2
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
BOISE ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/29/2018@ WYOMING34-14W-15W46.5O46-16129-43-345024-8115-26-2141
10/6/2018SAN DIEGO ST13-19L-13L50.5U36-5122-44-178344-1548-15-1132
10/13/2018@ NEVADA31-27W-14L58P40-20728-38-299424-8224-42-3043
10/19/2018COLORADO ST56-28W-23.5W61.5O37-15023-27-322025-11631-44-3733
10/27/2018@ AIR FORCE48-38W-10T57O33-12122-36-409051-20111-16-2420
11/3/2018BYU21-16W-12L52.5U37-11323-35-214238-9619-29-2923
11/9/2018FRESNO ST24-17W2W55U44-17924-30-269128-10724-35-2830
11/16/2018@ NEW MEXICO            
11/24/2018UTAH ST            

NEW MEXICO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/29/2018LIBERTY43-52L-7L65O37-21121-41-369443-9627-47-4721
10/6/2018@ UNLV50-14W9W63O60-25213-21-250127-4315-35-1232
10/13/2018@ COLORADO ST18-20L-2.5L63U35-13412-20-165141-11224-42-3110
10/20/2018FRESNO ST7-38L14.5L52U33-14815-32-147144-15320-30-2800
10/27/2018@ UTAH ST19-61L19L64O30-7118-37-220549-18830-42-5163
11/3/2018SAN DIEGO ST23-31L12.5W45.5O37-1019-20-41140-16117-25-2403
11/10/2018@ AIR FORCE24-42L14L55.5O36-11913-18-186267-4785-6-1453
11/16/2018BOISE ST            
11/24/2018WYOMING            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
BOISE ST: The Broncos have set (and maintained) the standard for mid-major college football excellence, so it's easy to forget that their Mountain West title last year was their first since 2014. This year's group should still improve further. Senior quarterback Brett Rypien is a seasoned veteran by now, and has experienced skill-position players around him like 1,000-yard rusher Alexander Mattison. Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch is gone from the defense, but almost no one else is. End Curtis Weaver (11 sacks as a redshirt freshman) is the new defensive star.
NEW MEXICO: This program is not in a good place, coming off a 3-9 season and a spring where head coach Bob Davie served a month-long suspension. New OC Calvin Magee will oversee a transition from a triple-option attack to a spread-option, and the consensus seems to be that sophomore QB Tevaka Tuioti is the perfect guy to run the new scheme. The defense brings back several key players, so New Mexico seems set to improve upon last season's performance'not that that's saying a whole lot.
PREVIEW
No. 25 Boise State aims for 6th straight win
 

A week ago, Boise State senior quarterback Brett Rypien spoke hopefully about a "storybook ending" to the No. 25 Broncos' season.

With one giant slain, the possibility remains.

Rypien set Mountain West career records for passing yards and pass completions in Boise State's 24-17 home victory over then-No. 23 Fresno State last Friday, the opener of a three-game stretch critical to the Broncos' chances of repeating as the Mountain West Mountain division champion.

Next up, New Mexico.

Boise State (8-2, 5-1) will take a five-game winning streak into a meeting against New Mexico (4-7, 1-5) on Friday night, and a victory would assure the Broncos of winner-take-all game for the division title at home against No. 23 Utah State (9-1, 6-0) next week, regardless of the Aggies' result at Colorado State on Saturday.

"We all know what our goal is," Boise State coach Bryan Harsin said. "We want to play in that championship game.

"It's time to finish the season. Every year you have to find a way to win your division. A lot of work goes into where we are right now. It's a chance to finish it (and) finish it right. It starts at New Mexico."

Boise State has won two of the five championship games since the league went to a two-division format in 2013, and the Broncos had to overcome a 17-3 third-quarter deficit to beat Fresno State in the first do-or-die game last week.

No one played a bigger role than Rypien, who had 269 yards passing with one touchdown and an interception and rushed for 30 yards. His 49-yard touchdown pass to freshman Khalil Shakir with 9:22 remaining in the fourth quarter broke a tie at 17.

"He stepped up and guys are barreling down on him," Harsin said. "He was able to deliver a perfect ball in that situation. You think about all that going on, and you can deliver a perfect throw like that in a tight ball game, that's a lot of hard work."

Rypien passed former San Diego State quarterback Ryan Lindley's league record for career passing yards with a 41-yard completion on the first play of the San Diego State game and has 12,924 yards. Rypien, whose father, Mark, was a long-time NFL player, has 981 completions.

Halfback Alex Mattison rushed for a season-high 144 yards and two touchdowns on 30 carries last week and has 870 yards and 12 touchdowns rushing this season. He has 369 yards rushing and five touchdowns in the last three games, when he also has caught eight passes for 55 yards.

"The running game, it takes everyone to go out there and do it," Harsin said. "I thought he elevated his game."

Wide receivers Sean Modster and A.J. Richardson have been Rypien's primary targets, combining for 94 receptions, 1,442 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Despite the five-game winning streak following early losses to Oklahoma State and San Diego State, Harsin did not want to go there when asked if his team has hit its stride.

"Some teams are doing that right now, the really good teams," he said. "We just haven't had that. There are some simple things we can execute better."

A home loss to New Mexico in 2015 helped derail the Broncos' chances of winning the division that season, a defeat Harsin said "still stings" and can serve as motivation for this week.

The Lobos have lost five straight since beating UNLV 50-14 in the conference opener and have had trouble with the cream of the conference, losing 38-7 to Fresno State and 61-19 to Utah State. Air Force had 623 yards total offense, 478 rushing, in a 42-24 victory last week.

The Lobos have given up an average of 482 yards a game this season, ranked 119th of the 129 FBS schools, although the defense has been opportunistic the last two weeks while recovering three fumbles and returned one for a touchdown in each.

"At some point, something good has to happen for us," coach Bob Davie told reporters. "We just have to continue to accept the challenge and fight to get better, and just win a game."

Boise State has averaged 43.0 points and undefeated in four games at New Mexico, scoring 60 points in 2014 and 49 in 2016.


Last Updated: 12/14/2018 4:39:22 AM EST


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