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CFB : ATS Matchup
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FRESNO ST (6 - 0) at SAN DIEGO ST (3 - 3)
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Week 9 Saturday, 10/26/2013 10:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
205FRESNO ST-8.5-7
FRESNO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-0+31-54-245.829.2558.0(6.2)
Road Games2-0+11-12-051.534.0632.0(6.5)
Last 3 Games3-0+11-22-147.032.0635.0(6.7)
Conference Games3-0+20-32-140.324.3564.3(6.4)2.030.312.0428.7(5.2)1.3
FRESNO ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)45.829.231.030:1037-171(4.7)37-5369.7%386(7.3)90-558(6.2)(12.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.3420.323.431:4941-180(4.4)23-3762.1%275(7.4)78-455(5.8)(13.4)
Offense Road Games51.534.035.031:5647-259(5.5)35-4972.4%373(7.6)96-632(6.5)(12.3)
Defense (All Games)30.29.321.228:5639-142(3.6)24-4058.4%278(6.9)80-420(5.2)(13.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Road Games25.51.520.025:2239-76(1.9)20-4347.7%277(6.4)82-353(4.3)(13.8)

SAN DIEGO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-3-5.43-32-426.712.3415.0(5.5)2.532.718.5417.7(5.5)1.5
Home Games1-2-7.42-12-133.321.0435.3(5.5)2.739.316.7491.3(5.5)2.0
Last 3 Games3-0+32-11-234.711.3481.7(6.6)1.326.714.3383.7(5)1.3
Grass Games2-2-6.42-22-231.517.0436.7(5.6)2.233.516.5435.5(5.3)1.7
Conference Games2-0+22-01-139.014.5502.0(7)1.532.013.5441.5(5.2)1.5
SAN DIEGO ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)26.712.320.732:1738-157(4.1)21-3756.1%258(6.9)75-415(5.5)(15.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.33.816.823.830:5241-221(5.5)21-3461.3%247(7.2)75-468(6.3)(13.8)
Offense Home Games33.321.021.032:1838-150(4)22-4154.1%285(7)79-435(5.5)(13.1)
Defense (All Games)32.718.521.227:1838-138(3.6)25-3865.9%279(7.3)76-418(5.5)(12.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.3317.82330:0441-179(4.3)23-3465.7%273(7.9)76-452(6)(13.7)
Defense Home Games39.316.725.726:5338-120(3.1)34-5166.4%372(7.3)89-491(5.5)(12.5)
Average power rating of opponents played: FRESNO ST 21.8,  SAN DIEGO ST 25.5
FRESNO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013CAL POLY SLO41-25W-27L -40-16223-34-208149-17215-27-2441
9/20/2013BOISE ST41-40W-3.5L69.5O24-6239-60-460053-20033-47-3612
9/28/2013@ HAWAII42-37W-16.5L59O45-20633-47-324535-5424-46-3772
10/5/2013@ IDAHO61-14W-27.5W68O50-31238-51-422343-9817-40-1775
10/26/2013@ SAN DIEGO ST            
11/9/2013@ WYOMING            
11/23/2013NEW MEXICO            

SAN DIEGO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/31/2013E ILLINOIS19-40L-14L66U35-12227-64-318536-17231-46-3612
9/7/2013@ OHIO ST7-42L28L55U27-6422-41-216440-26321-30-1821
9/21/2013OREGON ST30-34L6.5W54.5O40-7416-26-251220-1038-55-3672
9/28/2013@ NEW MEXICO ST26-16W-16.5L54.5U43-21222-34-229127-4023-35-2281
10/10/2013@ AIR FORCE27-20W-3.5W53U46-21415-26-249249-1696-12-1501
10/26/2013FRESNO ST            
11/2/2013NEW MEXICO            
11/9/2013@ SAN JOSE ST            
11/16/2013@ HAWAII            
11/23/2013BOISE ST            
FRESNO ST: The Bulldogs won the final five MWC games by an average of 47 to 21 before losing 43-10 by SMU in the Hawaii Bowl. The potent offense (478 YPG, 16th in FBS) will again be orchestrated by QB Derek Carr (4,014 pass yds, 37 TD, 7 INT), who is healthier after offseason hernia surgery. Sophomore WR Davante Adams (1,312 rec. yds, 14 TD) stretches the field, while WRs Isaiah Burse (851 rec. yds, 6 TD) and Josh Harper (333 rec. yds, 4 TD) work the middle. Robbie Rouse left with 4,647 rushing yards, but RBs Marteze Waller (4.2 YPC) and BYU transfer Josh Quezada (4.3 YPC, 6 TD career) are ample fill-ins. The new 3-4 defense amazed with 167 pass YPG (2nd in FBS) and 40 sacks (9th in FBS), and returns plenty, most notably NG Tyeler Davison (43 tackles), OLB Donavon Lewis (4 sacks) and FS Derron Smith (6 INT).
SAN DIEGO ST: The 2012 season certainly had its ups and downs, as the team started out 2-3, but then ripped off seven straight victories, including road wins at Boise State and Nevada. A crushing 23-6 Poinsettia Bowl loss capped the year. QB Adam Dingwell (939 pass yds, 8 TD, 7 INT) did an admirable job replacing injured QB Ryan Katz, and now the offense is his to run with the tutelage of new OC Bob Toledo, who wants Dingwell to attempt longer throws. SDSU's receptions leader, TE Gavin Escobar, is gone, but WR Ezell Ruffin (319 rec. yds, 18.8 YPC) is a field stretcher. But make no mistake, this is a run-first offense (221 rush YPG, 20th in FBS) led by RB Adam Muema (1,458 rush yds, 6.2 YPC, 16 TD). The Aztecs also have a stout run defense (133 YPG, 29th in FBS) that returns the entire D-Line and three great linebackers in MLB Jake Fely (90 tackles, 7 sacks) and OLBs Derek Largent (61 tackles, 6.5 sacks) and Nick Tenhaeff (13 TFL). The three-safety alignment is in great shape with Nat Berhe (94 tackles, 5 PD) and Eric Pinkins (65 tackles, 7 TFL, 3 INT) leading the charge, but SDSU will miss All-MWC corner Leon McFadden.
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*Fresno St.-San Diego St. Preview* ==================================

No. 17 Fresno State (6-0) at San Diego State (3-3), 10:30 p.m. EDT

Fresno State wide receiver Davante Adams has turned heads with back-to-back huge efforts.

Now he and quarterback Derek Carr will try to take advantage of one of the nation's worst passing defenses in a showdown for first place in the West Division of the Mountain West Conference.

The No. 15 Bulldogs hit the road Saturday night in search of a seventh straight win when they face a San Diego State team that has won three straight overall and seven in a row in conference play.

Adams finished with career highs of 221 yards receiving and four scores from Carr in a 38-14 rout of UNLV last Saturday. In his previous game, he had 16 catches for 185 yards and three scores in a 61-14 win at Idaho on Oct. 5.

The junior says he is taking advantage of one-on-one coverage.

"I think of it as just guys being stubborn or running what they run," he said. "We just have to keep attacking it and get them out of it. They kept going back to it and we just kept going and attacking it."

Carr is second in the FBS with 23 touchdown passes and sixth in yardage with 2,276. He has guided Fresno State (6-0, 3-0) to its best start since brother David Carr led the Bulldogs to the same mark in 2001, and sees no reason not to keep targeting Adams.

"Our mind-set is if anyone is going to play us man we treat it like they are disrespecting us," Carr said. "Davante loves one-on-one coverage, so hopefully we continue to see it. He continues his level of play each week, and it just so happened (Saturday) that half his catches were TDs."

Whether San Diego State (3-3, 2-0) can offer any resistance is questionable. The Aztecs are allowing 280.2 yards per game through the air for the 15th-worst mark in the nation.

San Diego State has recovered from an 0-3 start, and will be well rested after being off since a 27-20 win at Air Force on Oct. 10.

Aztecs coach Rocky Long, however, is concerned about his team.

"We're inconsistent," Long said. "At times, we look pretty good. And other times, we don't look like we even practice. So that just must be this team's personality, and hopefully we'll play good enough to win some more games."

Both teams are unsure of the status of injured running backs.

San Diego State's Chase Price has missed the three-game win streak with a separated shoulder, while the Bulldogs' Marteze Waller is questionable after spraining his foot last Saturday.

Waller's loss may not be a huge one since Josh Quezada started the first five games, even though he is second on the team with 351 rushing yards to Waller's 408.

Fresno State's offensive focal point remains Carr, who went 42 of 55 for a career-high 536 yards and five touchdowns in a 52-40 victory over San Diego State on Sept. 29, 2012, the Aztecs' last MWC defeat.

The Bulldogs will be facing first-year San Diego State starter Quinn Kaehler, who has six touchdowns and 535 yards passing in his last two games. Kaehler has a higher yards per attempt figure (8.05) than Carr (7.41).

Fresno State has the 16th-worst pass defense in the nation, yielding 278.0 yards per game.

San Diego State has taken the last four home meetings with the Bulldogs. The Aztecs are trying to become the second FBS team since 2002 to open with three defeats and win their next four contests.

The Aztecs lead the all-time series 27-21 with four ties. San Diego State has scored 1,092 points and Fresno State 1,091 in the 52 previous matchups.

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