The Wisconsin Badgers are the favorites, but by less than a touchdown (-6.5), in this year’s Las Vegas Bowl, where they will meet the Arizona State Sun Devils. Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada will act as host on December 30, 2021, starting at 10:30 PM ET. The over/under in this outing is 41.5 points.
Wisconsin vs. Arizona State Predictions
Wisconsin vs. Arizona State Odds
|Favorite||Spread||Favorite Spread Odds||Underdog Spread Odds||Total||Over Total Odds||Under Total Odds|
Wisconsin vs. Arizona State: Last 3 Games
- Wisconsin has covered the spread once, and is 2-1 overall, over its past three games.
- In its past three contests, Wisconsin has gone over the total twice.
- The Badgers and their opponents have combined to score an average of 41.3 points in their last three games, 0.2 less than the 41.5 over/under in this matchup.
- In its last three games, Arizona State has one win against the spread, and is 2-1 overall.
- Arizona State has gone over the total once in its past three games.
- The Sun Devils and their opponents have combined to score an average of 52.5 combined points over their last three games, 11.0 more than the 41.5 over/under in this matchup.
Wisconsin vs. Arizona State Betting Trends
- Wisconsin has put together a record of 6-6-0 against the spread this season.
- In games they have played as 6.5-point favorites or more, the Badgers have an ATS record of 4-3.
- This season, six of Wisconsin’s games have gone over the point total.
- The Badgers have been favored on the moneyline 12 total times this season. They’ve finished 8-4 in those games.
- Wisconsin has not yet played as a moneyline favorite of or shorter.
- The Badgers have a 0.0% chance to win this game based on the moneyline’s implied probability.
- Arizona State has gone 4-6-0 against the spread this season.
- This year, five of Arizona State’s games have gone over the point total out of 10 chances.
- The Sun Devils have split the two games they’ve played as underdogs this season.
- This season, Arizona State has won six of its 10 games, or 60%, when they’re the underdog by at least on the moneyline.
Wisconsin vs. Arizona State: Over/Under Trends
- This season, Wisconsin and its opponents have combined to outscore Thursday’s over/under of 41.5 points six times.
- There have been eight Arizona State games that have finished with a combined score higher than 41.5 points this season.
- Together, the two teams combine for 55.5 points per game, 14.0 points more than the over/under of 41.5 for this game.
- The 37.3 points per game these two teams allow to opponents on average this season are 4.2 fewer than the 41.5 total in this contest.
- This season, the average total for Badgers games is 42.4 points, 0.9 more than the over/under of 41.5 points for this contest.
- A difference of 11.0 points separates the average total points bet in Sun Devils’ games (52.5 points) and this game’s over/under (41.5 points).
Wisconsin Players to Watch
- Graham Mertz leads Wisconsin with 1,821 passing yards (151.8 ypg) on 158-of-269 passing with nine touchdowns compared to 10 interceptions this season.
- Braelon Allen’s team-high 1,109 rushing yards (92.4 per game) have come on 157 carries, with 12 touchdowns this year.
- This season Chez Mellusi has racked up 815 yards (67.9 per game) on 173 attempts with five touchdowns.
- Danny Davis III’s team-high 478 receiving yards (39.8 yards per game) have come on 32 receptions with two touchdowns.
- Jake Ferguson has put up a 417-yard season so far (34.8 receiving yards per game) with two touchdowns, hauling in 43 passes.
- Kendric Pryor has hauled in 31 grabs for 406 yards (33.8 ypg) and three touchdowns this season.
Arizona State Players to Watch
- Jayden Daniels leads Arizona State with 2,221 passing yards (185.1 ypg) on 186-of-280 passing with 10 touchdowns and nine interceptions this season. He also has 667 rushing yards (55.6 ypg) on 119 carries while scoring six touchdowns on the ground.
- Rachaad White has carried the ball 182 times for a team-high 1,000 yards (83.3 per game), with 15 touchdowns this year. He has also caught 43 passes for 456 yards (38.0 per game) and one touchdown.
- Ricky Pearsall’s 515 receiving yards (42.9 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s registered 44 receptions and four touchdowns.
- Curtis Hodges’ 20 catches this season have resulted in 373 yards (31.1 ypg) and two touchdowns.
College Football Picks
Looking for college football predictions? Go here for all of our free college football picks.
Looking for the best bonuses and offers from online sportsbooks? Check out BetSGPN, your home for online sports betting.