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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 11/23/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore



NEW MEXICO (3 - 7) at FRESNO ST (9 - 0)
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Week 13 Saturday, 11/23/2013 4:00 PM
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195NEW MEXICO6565.5
196FRESNO ST-31-32
NEW MEXICO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-7-2.75-58-234.817.2438.4(6.7)1.139.922.3494.0(7.2)1.0
Road Games1-3+0.23-13-132.59.2403.0(6)1.539.222.7485.2(7.5)1.2
Last 3 Games1-2-12-13-039.016.3476.3(7.4)
Turf Games3-5-1.74-46-236.419.9461.4(7)1.139.421.7491.2(6.9)0.7
Conference Games1-5-4.23-35-133.315.0457.7(6.8)1.546.224.3528.2(7.4)0.3
NEW MEXICO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)34.817.221.233:4951-324(6.3)7-1549.0%115(7.8)66-438(6.7)(12.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.32.817.122.230:0541-201(4.9)19-3160.9%237(7.7)72-438(6.1)(13.3)
Offense Road Games32.59.221.037:0150-279(5.6)9-1751.5%123(7.3)67-403(6)(12.4)
Defense (All Games)39.922.324.127:4042-262(6.3)18-2767.2%231(8.5)69-494(7.2)(12.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.28.515.421.430:6040-187(4.6)20-3261.6%229(7.2)72-416(5.8)(14.6)
Defense Road Games39.222.722.526:4442-274(6.6)16-2369.9%211(9.1)65-485(7.5)(12.4)

FRESNO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-0+53-64-544.324.4548.4(6.2)1.626.98.9416.3(5.4)1.9
Home Games5-0+20-52-342.626.2546.2(6.3)1.230.612.0447.6(5.9)1.2
Last 3 Games3-0+22-10-341.315.0529.3(6.3)0.320.38.0409.0(5.7)1.7
Turf Games7-0+41-63-443.323.7551.6(6.3)1.628.610.4423.6(5.6)1.4
Conference Games6-0+42-42-440.819.7546.8(6.3)1.225.310.0418.8(5.4)1.5
FRESNO ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)44.324.430.029:5835-163(4.7)37-5369.1%386(7.3)88-548(6.2)(12.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.34.318.923.331:4441-191(4.6)23-3564.0%270(7.6)77-461(6)(13.4)
Offense Home Games42.626.229.628:5732-134(4.2)38-5569.0%412(7.5)87-546(6.3)(12.8)
Defense (All Games)26.98.920.029:2740-155(3.9)22-3857.8%261(6.9)77-416(5.4)(15.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.27.313.421.629:0741-169(4.2)21-3559.9%250(7)76-419(5.5)(15.3)
Defense Home Games30.612.020.831:0340-184(4.6)23-3663.5%264(7.3)76-448(5.9)(14.6)
Average power rating of opponents played: NEW MEXICO 25.7,  FRESNO ST 22.6
NEW MEXICO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/5/2013NEW MEXICO ST66-17W-12W59O56-5413-8-67040-18220-34-2693
10/12/2013@ WYOMING31-38L12W70U50-25712-24-179346-28519-33-2471
10/19/2013UTAH ST10-45L14L51O43-16011-20-140142-33716-24-1550
11/2/2013@ SAN DIEGO ST30-35L14.5W56.5O41-25310-20-170141-24917-22-2340
11/8/2013AIR FORCE45-37W-3W61O65-4511-3-28048-25715-23-1880
11/16/2013COLORADO ST42-66L6.5L61O46-27811-18-249249-34720-28-3020
11/23/2013@ FRESNO ST            
11/30/2013@ BOISE ST            

FRESNO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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 ST35-28W-6.5W65.5U19-4335-57-298048-17021-39-3372
11/9/2013@ WYOMING48-10W-7.5W80.5U42-23434-47-366031-15619-33-1402
11/23/2013NEW MEXICO            
11/29/2013@ SAN JOSE ST            
NEW MEXICO: The Lobos try to erase the thought of six straight defeats to end their 2012 season, the first under Bob Davie. But four wins were more than the previous three years combined (3-33 record), and five losses in 2012 came by seven points or less. The nation's fifth-best ground game (301 YPG) averaged 5.7 YPC (3rd in FBS), thanks mostly to RB Kasey Carrier (1,469 rush yds, 5.8 YPC, 15 TD), who has four returning O-Linemen to build on his gaudy stats. Sophomore QB Cole Gautsche (13-for-31, 222 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT; 760 rush yds, 7.0 YPC, 7 TD) runs the Pistol offense nicely, but will be pushed by talented JUCO dual-threat QB Clayton Mitchem. The 3-4 defense allowed 444 YPG (99th in FBS) and lost eight starters. The three returners are all of high quality though in DE Jacori Greer (5 sacks) and LBs Dallas Bollema (89 tackles, 3 INT) and Rashad Rainey (40 tackles, 5.5 TFL). The 106th-ranked pass defense (269 YPG) lost all four starters in the secondary, and moved some offensive players to help this unit, which features sophomore CB Cranston Jones.
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).
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (NEW MEXICO-FRESNO ST) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*New Mexico-Fresno St. Preview* ===============================


New Mexico (3-7) at No. 15 Fresno State (9-0), 4:00 p.m. EDT

Fresno State has its sights set on busting the BCS. The Bulldogs still have a few goals to achieve before that can happen.

The most immediate is clinching the West Division of the Mountain West, which they can do with a win over struggling New Mexico on Saturday.

The No. 15 Bulldogs (9-0, 6-0) had last week off before continuing their quest for a BCS berth. They had little trouble at Wyoming on Nov. 9, winning 48-10 behind another stellar performance from Derek Carr and their powerful ground attack.

Carr went 33 of 46 for 360 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions, and Fresno State got 105 of its 234 rushing yards from Josh Quezada. The Bulldogs are fourth in the country with 384.0 yards per game through the air and fifth in total offense at 546.6.

Carr is averaging 380.1 passing yards and has thrown 32 touchdowns, both good for second in the nation. He's the biggest reason why Fresno State is holding out hope of playing in a BCS bowl despite some skepticism among poll voters.

"I know there's that talk, `Hey, they're only sneaking by people' or whatever, but that really wasn't our goal today," coach Tim DeRuyter said. "Our goal today was just play as well as we can, and we didn't early. And give Wyoming credit for that. But I thought the last three quarters of the game we played pretty well."

DeRuyter's team is joined by No. 20 Northern Illinois as the only ranked and unbeaten teams not in the top 5 where Alabama, Florida State, Baylor and Ohio State reside. The Bulldogs are among six undefeated Top 25 teams.

Fresno State moved up one spot in the BCS standings to 15th this week. The Bulldogs are the highest-ranked team from a non-automatic qualifying conference, with a solid lead over NIU. By remaining that team, they'll earn an automatic BCS bowl bid by finishing in the top 12 of the final BCS standings or by finishing in the top 16 ahead of a champion from an automatic qualifying conference.

Keeping that hope alive first means defeating New Mexico, which would wrap up the division race and give Fresno State its first 10-win season since it was 11-3 in 2001 - when Carr's brother David was under center for the Bulldogs.

"We still have some unfinished business to do a week later (in the season finale at San Jose State), but I think the fact that we can clinch will be special not only for our players but our ... fans," DeRuyter said.

Derek Carr has continued to put together a career as stellar as that of his brother, as he hasn't thrown an interception in the past four games. He'll be looking to send the Lobos to their fourth straight loss in the series.

Carr passed for 416 yards with four touchdowns and one interception in a 49-32 victory over New Mexico last Oct. 27. Two of those scores went to Davante Adams, who also had 198 yards receiving in the game and was among 10 semifinalists for this year's Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation's top receiver, announced Monday.

Adams leads the nation with 15 TD catches.

New Mexico (3-7, 1-5) gave up its highest point total of the season last week in a 66-42 defeat to Colorado State. The Lobos closed to within 45-42 at the end of the third quarter before the Rams put up three touchdowns in the fourth to put the game away. Colorado State also made two key fourth-down stops.

"I appreciate the effort," coach Bob Davie told the school's official website of the defense. "It's going to take time. The reality is they shouldn't score 66 points. We couldn't stop them.

"But I saw a lot of positive things. But I'm really proud of these kids. We had so many young kids out there. We have two games left against great offensive teams, so we know what's ahead of us."

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