It is a key NCAA football betting game in the conference since Tulsa is 2-0 while UTEP comes into the game at 1-1.
College football betting at the sportsbook favors Tulsa but UTEP is not without a chance in this game. It is only the third time ever that ESPN has televised a UTEP home game so excitement will be high. UTEP has not played since losing on October 10th at Memphis in college football betting while Tulsa is coming off a 28-21 loss to sixth-ranked Boise State last week in a game in which they did cover the NCAA football betting number. This is a key game for Tulsa since after this college football betting contest they are home for four of their last five Conference USA games.
UTEP has played two games previously on Wednesday’s under head coach Mike Price but both were bowl games. It is the ninth time under Price that the Miners have played on a day other than Saturday and they are 4-4 in those college football betting games including 1-0 at home.
This college football betting series has seen Tulsa win 10 of the 17 all-time games and they have a 5-3 advantage in games played at El Paso. Tulsa has not won though at UTEP since 2003. The home team has won each of the last five NCAA football betting matchups in the series. UTEP won in college football betting in 2005 and in 2007 in El Paso. UTEP and Tulsa have combined to score 492 points in the last five college football betting meetings. That means the teams have combined to average 82 points per game the last five times they have met.
It will be interesting to see how Tulsa bounces back in college football betting after their loss to Boise State last week. The Golden Hurricane had a shot but just fell short even though they did cover the NCAA football betting odds at the online sportsbook. Quarterback G.J. Kinne threw two touchdown passes in the game. There should be a lot of points scored in this college football betting matchup on Wednesday and that makes for exciting TV. The total in college football betting at the sportsbook is high but with these two teams it may go over anyway.