Boise State vs Oklahoma State

Boise State vs Oklahoma State : Boise State and Oklahoma State possess two of the most entertaining college football programs in the country — and they’ve given their fans plenty of reason for optimism this season.

The Broncos and Cowboys are a combined 4-0 with 231 points scored and 57 points allowed. Their quarterbacks have combined for 1,395 yards and 13 touchdown passes. The teams are both ranked in the Top 25 — as has become expected for both programs.

How to watch Boise State vs Oklahoma State

Date: Saturday, September 15
Game Time: 3:30 ET
Venue: Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, OK
Network: ESPN

Boise State (2-0) vs Oklahoma State (2-0) Game Preview

One Reason Why Boise State Will Win

Brilliant so far, everything has clicked offensively in blowout wins over Troy and UConn. Brett Rypien has yet to throw a pick for the nation’s third-most efficient passing game, the attack owns third downs, and the attack overall is averaging well over 600 yards per game.

The firepower is there to keep up if this turns into any sort of a road shootout.

The other side of the ball isn’t bad, either.

The defense has ben a rock against the run and it isn’t allowing much of anything deep. Granted, Troy and UConn don’t have big-time passing games, but still, the defense has been a rock so far in two stress-free performances.

The team is totally tuned up and ready for a game like this.

One Reason Why Oklahoma State Will Win

Oklahoma State has had its scrimmages, too, and it’s all working.

SW Missouri State and South Alabama aren’t exactly Missouri and Alabama, but still, the Cowboys needed the layups to get the new parts to the passing game working.

Taylor Cornelius has thrown three picks, but he’s also been explosive as the new main man under center, connecting on several big plays and hitting 67% of his passes. And best of all? There’s a rested and ready Justice Hill ready to go.

The star running back hasn’t been needed so far, carrying the ball just 19 times and averaging over eight yards per carry. He might not bust loose a whole slew of big runs against this Bronco D, but he’s ready to be a workhorse if needed.

The respective punting games might be the other key. Boise State hasn’t needed to boot it too much, but it’s averaging under 30 yards per try so far. Oklahoma State’s punters are averaging 46 yards per pop.

Prediction & Line

Oklahoma State 37, Boise State 30
Line: Oklahoma State -3, o/u: 63.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 4

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