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USC vs. Rice – College Football – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

The USC Trojans (0-0) play the Rice Owls (0-0) on Saturday, September 3, 2022 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Trojans are without a doubt the favorites in this one, with the spread posted at 33.5 points. The over/under for the contest is 61.5 points.

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USC vs. Rice Betting Trends

  • USC beat the spread four times in 12 games last year.
  • Last season, six of USC’s 12 games hit the over.
  • USC was the moneyline favorite seven total times last season. They went 4-3 in those games.
  • USC did not play a game last season with moneyline odds of -5000 or shorter.
  • Rice posted a 3-9-0 record against the spread last season.
  • Out of 12 Rice games last year, nine went over the total.
  • Rice won two of the nine games it played as underdogs last season.
  • Rice entered one game last season as the underdog by +2500 or more and won each of those games.

USC vs. Rice: Over/Under Trends

  • USC’s games had more than 61.5 points scored on occasions last year.
  • Last season, Rice games featured more than 61.5 points scored.
  • Last season, the two teams combined to average 11.3 points per game fewer than the total for this matchup (61.5).
  • Last season, the opponents of these two teams scored a combined 68 points per game, 6.5 more than the point total in this matchup.
  • The over/under for this game is 61.5 points, 2.9 more than the average point total for Trojans games a year ago.
  • Owls games averaged 51.5 total points last season, 10.0 fewer than the total for this matchup.

USC Players to Watch

  • Last season, Jaxson Dart recorded 1,353 yards (112.8 yards per game), a 61.9% completion percentage (117-of-189), nine touchdowns, and five interceptions.
  • Keaontay Ingram went to work last year, rushing for 911 yards on 156 carries (75.9 yards per game) and scoring five touchdowns.
  • Vavae Malepeai ran for 482 yards on 113 carries (40.2 ypg), with six rushing touchdowns last year.
  • In the previous season, Drake London grabbed 88 passes for 1,084 yards (90.3 yards per game). He also found the end zone for seven touchdowns.
  • Tahj Washington also filled up his receiving stat line last year. He collected 54 receptions for 602 yards and one touchdown. He produced 50.2 receiving yards per game.
  • Gary Bryant Jr.’s stat line last year looked like this: a total of 579 yards, 44 catches, seven touchdowns, and 48.3 yards per game.

Rice Players to Watch

  • Jake Constantine completed 61.2% of his passes to throw for 1,622 yards and eight touchdowns last season.
  • Ari Broussard racked up three rushing touchdowns on 47.4 yards per game last season.
  • Khalan Griffin ran for two rushing touchdowns on 400 yards a year ago.
  • Jake Bailey averaged 59.5 receiving yards and collected two receiving touchdowns over the course of the 2021 season.
  • Cedric Patterson III averaged 48.6 receiving yards per game in 2021, scoring six touchdowns.
  • August Pitre III played his way to three receiving touchdowns and 494 receiving yards (41.2 ypg) last season.

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