Both teams will be following a loss to their respective school’s most bitter rivals, by the strikingly similar scores of: Arizona St. – 27 / U. Arizona – 31 and, Cal – 28 / Stanford – 31. Arizona State will be at their home, complete with a passing offense ranking 11th overall in passing yards, and it will be interesting to see how that will fair when they face off against Cal’s defensive back, Steve Williams, who had an interception in the Stanford game. College football betting action on Golden Bears vs. Arizona State game.
Altogether, the teams are statistically well matched. Arizona St. quarterback, Osweiler, has thrown 3377 yards on the season versus Cal’s Maynard who has tallied up 2565 yards passing. Arizona has been able to find more success through the air, while the Golden Bears have edge out the Sun Devil’s on the ground for total yards. Isi Sofele leads the Golden Bears with 212 carries for 1113 yards and 8 touchdowns while averageing 5.3 yards per carry. While Arizona State running back (#6) Cameron Marshall trails in total yardage with 881 yards on the season, he doubles the amount of touchdowns scored by Sofele with 16. College football Odds on Golden Bears vs. Arizona State game.
Marshall is averaging 4.5 yards a carry. As far as total yards per game, Cal ranks 41st while Arizona State comes in at 28th. The Golden Bears are putting up 28.3 points a game while the Sun Devils are at 33.5 – pretty even. One of the biggest stand out statistics, however, has to be that the Sun Devils are a very respectable 12th in the nation with 325 passing yards a game. Cal is far from that number with 266.3 yards passing per game. Game time temperature looks to be between 50-70 degrees fahrenheit with a 30% chance of precipitation. There is no spread on the game, emphasizing the evenness of the two teams, and it should be a good one to watch indeed. Open an account to enjoy over $2,500,000 in FREE Weekly and Monthly Contests.