College football betting odds should be very competitive on Wednesday, September 17th as the Louisville Cardinals host the Kansas State Wildcats
The Wildcats opened up their season with 45-6 rout of North Texas and a 69-10 rout of Montana State while Louisville split their first two games in NCAA football betting, losing to Kentucky but defeating Tennessee Tech.
College football betting odds may be tilted toward Kansas State in this game because of their two opening routs but head coach Ron Prince knows that the team can do a lot better. “Pretty clearly, our tackling on defense has to improve,” Prince said. “We need a huge step up in that area.” Kansas State is also not happy with their running game. Running backs Keithen Valentine and Logan Dold have struggled to find holes. Quarterback Josh Freeman is ranked fifth in the country in passing efficiency according to college football betting stats. Kansas State is second in the country in total offense according to NCAA football betting stats although they have played a couple of weak teams.
Louisville bounced back from their loss to Kentucky to rout Tennessee Tech 51-10 last week in college football betting. It was the third-highest point total for Louisville in the Steve Kragthorpe era according to college football betting stats. Red-shirt freshman Victor Anderson rushed for a career high 114 yards on just 12 carries according to college football betting stats. Quarterback Hunter Cantwell was 15-of-23 for 203 yards and two scores according to NCAA football betting stats.
College football betting stats show that Louisville and Kansas State have only met once in history. They played in 2006 according to NCAA football betting information and Louisville won on the road 24-6. Kansas State is 12-4 in their last 16 games coming off a bye week according to college football betting stats. Kansas State has been very solid in non-conference play according to college football betting stats. The Wildcats have won 11 of their last 15 games vs. non-conference opponents according to college football betting stats. In all non-conference action over the last 12 seasons (Big 12 era), the Wildcats are 43-10 according to college football betting stats. Kansas State is 9-5 when playing on either ESPN or ESPN2, including a 1-2 mark last season according to college football betting stats.
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