UTSA vs MTSU Prediction Live, Odds, Preview, Line

UTSA vs MTSU Prediction Live, Odds, Preview, Line: The final weekend in September is often when homecoming takes place, along with all of its customary related celebrations.

As the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders prepare to host the UTSA Roadrunners for a Friday night game at Floyd Stadium after a historic road victory last weekend, supporters in Murfreesboro will be happy to put that celebration out by a week. Follow Sportsbugz.com for updates related to the sports world.

UTSA vs MTSU Prediction

This season, the UTSA Roadrunners have performed well, scoring 37 points on 478.5 total yards per game. Frank Harris, a senior quarterback, needs some help since he is now completing 67.5 percent of his passes for 1,310 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions. De’Corian Clark, a senior wide receiver, has been the most important offensive component, performing effectively with 27 catches for 417 yards (15.4 yards per grab) and 6 passing touchdowns.

The UTSA Roadrunners’ defense has so far given up 438.5 total yards per game while only allowing 35 points per game. They are having trouble as they have let up 65 points over the previous two games. They created two turnovers, but if they want to win this game, they must make some adjustments.

Middle Tennessee is offensively strong.

As of right now, the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders are averaging 33.8 points per game, demonstrating their strong offensive performance. Senior quarterback Chase Cunningham has performed well so far, amassing 1,000 yards with a 70.8 completion %, 7 touchdown passes, and 3 interceptions. Their offense is successful, and they also run the ball well thanks to sophomore running back Frank Peasant, who now leads the nation with 6 rushing touchdowns on 63 carries for 292 yards (4.6 yards per carrying).

The defense has been doing decently, giving up 25 points on 342.8 total yards per game. They just played in a game in which they allowed 31 points, the most throughout their last three victories. With a +4 turnover ratio going into this game, the defense has done well at forcing turnovers.

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