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Penn State vs. Ohio – College Football – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

The Penn State Nittany Lions (1-0) face the Ohio Bobcats (0-0) on Saturday, September 10, 2022 at Beaver Stadium. The Nittany Lions are undoubtedly the favorites in this one, with the spread posted at 24.5 points. The over/under is set at 53.5 in the outing.

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Penn State vs. Ohio Betting Trends

  • Against the spread, Penn State was 7-6-0 last season.
  • The Nittany Lions were winless ATS (0-1) when playing as at least 24.5-point favorites last season.
  • Penn State had three of its 13 games hit the over last season.
  • Penn State was the moneyline favorite eight total times last season. They finished 6-2 in those games.
  • Penn State played as a moneyline favorite of -3673 or shorter in just two games last season, and it split them 1-1.
  • Ohio beat the spread five times in 12 games last season.
  • Out of 12 Ohio games last year, four hit the over.
  • Ohio was an underdog in eight games last season and won two (25%) of those contests.
  • Last season, Ohio was at least a +1267 underdog on the moneyline one time, losing that contest.

Penn State vs. Ohio: Over/Under Trends

  • Penn State and its opponent broke the 53.5-point mark times last season.
  • Ohio’s games finished with over 53.5 points scored times last year.
  • Last season, the two teams combined to average 5.9 points per game fewer than the total for this matchup (53.5).
  • The total for this game is 53.5 points, 5.9 higher than the combined points allowed for these two teams last season.
  • The over/under in this game is 53.5 points, 2.0 higher than the average total in Nittany Lions games last season.
  • Last season, Bobcats games resulted in an average scoring total of 55.5, which is 2.0 points higher than the over/under for this matchup.

Penn State Players to Watch

  • Kaytron Allen’s team-high 31 rushing yards (31.0 per game) have come on eight carries this year.
  • This season Keyvone Lee has taken nine carries for 30 yards (30.0 per game).
  • Mitchell Tinsley’s 84 receiving yards (84.0 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s registered seven receptions and one touchdown.
  • Brenton Strange has put up a 77-yard season so far (77.0 receiving yards per game) with one touchdown, reeling in two passes.
  • KeAndre Lambert-Smith’s four receptions have netted him 58 yards (58.0 ypg) and one touchdown.

Ohio Players to Watch

  • Kurtis Rourke averaged 150.0 passing yards per outing and tossed 11 touchdowns last season. In addition, he added three more touchdowns on 27.3 yards rushing per game.
  • De’Montre Tuggle tallied 805 rushing yards and seven touchdowns on the ground during last year’s campaign.
  • Armani Rogers ran for seven rushing touchdowns on 529 yards a year ago.
  • Cameron Odom collected 406 receiving yards and one touchdown over the course of 2021.
  • Ty Walton caught 32 passes last season on his way to 380 yards and two receiving touchdowns.
  • Isiah Cox averaged 30.2 receiving yards per game a season ago.

Where To Watch Penn State vs. Ohio

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